Call for Papers – Museum International: Open Edition


The next issue of Museum International will be an open edition, with all proposals related to the museum and heritage fields welcome.

This new issue of Museum International will address the diversity of issues, themes and actors shaping the international museum landscape today. 

It will follow the journal's primary vocation of fostering knowledge sharing and debate within the international museum community in all museum- and heritage-related fields, by publishing multidisciplinary and international research articles, case studies, reports and book reviews, in an inclusive manner.

All abstracts received will be evaluated for their relevance to the current museum landscape, and will be selected on the basis of an anonymous reviewing process.

This issue will be published, in collaboration with Taylor&Francis/Routledge, in summer 2022.

Note: Proposals addressing Covid-19 and its impact on the sector will not be considered for this issue, as this topic will be covered in Vol. 73 N° 289-290, Empty Museums.


Abstracts of between 250 and 300 words, written in English, French or Spanish, should be submitted for selection to

Contributions will be on a voluntary basis.

The following information should be included with the abstract:

  • Title of submitted paper
  • Name(s) of author(s)
  • Professional background

The abstract submission deadline is 18 November 2021.

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