Kungliga Vitterhetsakademin

Publications

Vitterhetsakademien has a broad range of academic publications in the humanities and social sciences, and publishes new research for an interested public and the wider academic community.

Since 1789, Vitterhetsakademien has 1§ extensively in its fields of interest, initially with an emphasis on antiquarian research. It now has a broad range of academic publications, which includes monographs, edited volumes, and several book series in the humanities, social sciences, and cultural heritage management. As far as possible all publications are made available online with open access. Vitterhetsakademien has a yearbook, Kungl. Vitterhetsakademiens Årsbok, in which it publishes its recent activities, inaugural lectures by newly elected members, and eulogies for late members.

Since 1906, The Academy has published Fornvännen, the leading journal for Swedish antiquarian research. Fornvännen is available digitally via DiVA as a collaboration with the Swedish National Heritage Board and the Swedish National Historical Museums.

Vitterhetsakademien’s library is managed by the Swedish National Heritage Board and its collections belong to both the Swedish National Heritage Board and the Academy. The library has all the Academy´s publications available for loan and interlibrary loan.

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The Academy´s publications are available from our own online shop and from Adlibris, Bokus, and Amazon.

The publications are distributed by eddy.se AB. For orders, distribution, subscriptions, or invoicing, contact:

Phone and email:
E-mail: order@bokorder.se
Tel. no.: +46 498-25 39 00
Fax no.: +46 498-24 97 89

Address:
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Box 1310
621 24 Visby

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The Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities

Phone: +46 8-440 42 80
Bank: 535-3552


E-mail:
kansli@vitterhetsakademien.se

Postal address:
Kungl. Vitterhetsakademien
Box 5622
114 86 Stockholm


Visiting address:
Villagatan 3, Stockholm



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