Ideas in History, Journal of the Nordic Society for the History of Ideas, is a bi-annual journal for intellectual history writ-large: the history of political ideas, history of science, history of art, literature and aesthetics, history of philosophy, methods in intellectual history and 'intellectual culture' – i.e., political, scientific, aesthetic and cultural-critical ideas in social and political context.
Ideas in History seeks to maintain a dialogue between past and present: what genealogies of intellectual culture provide contexts for current intellectual debates, what is the meaning of engagement with the past via intellectual-historical methods and what philosophical, political-historical, cultural and theoretical problems do scholars working in fields related to intellectual history need to be aware of?
Ideas in History is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal. The journal is currently published on Museum Tusculanum press. Ideas in History welcomes submissions from scholars working in the Scandinavian countries, as well as internationally. Ideas in History is published in English.