The journal Herzegovina was published for the first time in 1981. Although it was conceived as a yearbook, it was not published regularly in the pre-war period, and after the war events in 1990s it was relaunched. Twenty five issues were published till 2011 when a perennial pause was made. The journal Herzegovina was relaunched again in 2015 with a completely new design. Besides visual things, Editorial Board and Editorial Council were also new and thus the journal editorial policy. Since 2015 the journal has been published regularly once a year. It accepts unpublished papers from humanities covering the topics of Herzegovina, its history, culture and tradition as well as the topics which are in any way related to or have an impact on this area. In almost 40 years of its existence, the journal Herzegovina has given great contribution to studying cultural heritage and history of Herzegovina.

The journal adopted guidelines and methodology for writing papers the author should obey to. Submitted papers undergo a double-blind review process, one of which is foreign. Besides categorized articles (original scientific articles, short communications, review articles, scientific conferences presentations and professional articles) the journal also publishes reviews of books and periodicals, overviews, notices, etc.

In the last couple of years the journal has been indexed in the foreign databases:

CEEOL – Central and Eastern European Online Library –

ERIH PLUS – European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences –

Hrčak – Portal znanstvenih časopisa Republike Hrvatske –

Slavus – Slavic Humanities Index –

UDK: 930.85(497.6) 908(497.6)

ISSN 2566-3429 (Press)

ISSN 2712-1844 (Online)