Narodna umjetnost - Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research
ISSN 1848-865X (Online)
ISSN 0547-2504 (Tisak)
Editor-in-Chief: Ines Prica
Editors: Suzana Marjanić, Jelena Marković, Iva Niemčić, Reana Senjković
International Editorial Board: Catherine Baker, Sara Cohen, Sarah Czerny, Ondřej Daniel, Catherine Foley, Eric Gordy, Adriana Helbig, Jasmina Husanović, Aleksandar Jakir, Stef Jansen, Maria Kaliambou, Uršula Lipovec Čebron, Sabina Mihelj, Sanja Puljar D'Alessio, Sabine Rutar, Gleb Tsipursky
International Advisory Board: Vitomir Belaj, Phillip V. Bohlman, Rolf W. Brednich, Oskár Elschek, Dunja Fališevac, Jonas Frykman, Ina-Maria Greverus, Elsie Ivancich Dunin, Radoslav Katičić, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Gerald Florian Messner, Svanibor Pettan, Ivo Supičić, Marko Terseglav, Maria Todorova, Pietro Vereni, Krysztof Wrocławski
Editorial Assistant: Vesna Beader
Publisher: Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku
Narodna umjetnost is published since 1962
The journal is financially supported by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
Address of the Editorial Board:
Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku,
Subiceva 42, 10 000 Zagreb, PP 287
Tel: +385 1 4596-743
Tel/Fax: +385 1 4596-709
Access journal on-line Hrcak database & CEEOL database.
Indexed in: EBSCO Humanities International Complete; ERIH; IBBS, London; MLA
International Bibliography, MLA Directory of Periodicals, New York; OPEN
FOLKLORE; RILM, New York; SCOPUS
Narodna umjetnost was first published in 1962 as the annual published journal of the Institute of Folk Art in Zagreb (now the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research). The journal was regularly published on an annual basis until 1995, when from issue No. 32/1 it started to be published twice a year: the first issue is always in English, while the second issue is published in Croatian.
Until the 1970s, the journal was largely oriented towards folkloristics, concentrating mainly on ethnomusicological and ethnochoreological themes and on oral and folk literature. With the development of the ethnological profession within the Institute, the interdisciplinary significance of Narodna umjetnost has also grown. Today, the journal features articles from the fields of ethnology, cultural anthropology, philology, folkloristics, ethnomusicology and ethnochoreology. The editorial policy of Narodna umjetnost strives to bring together the heritage of diverse disciplines, to establish a balance between scientific theory and research practice, and to reconcile traditional ethnological and folkloristic demands with innovative approaches and new research issues.