Croatian Conservation Institute's periodical, Portal, is a peer-reviewed academic journal published annually since 2010. Directed at presenting research and professional papers on investigations, treatments, results, theoretical reflections and historical overviews, Portal is open to papers from both the Institute's staff, as well as all those who wish to contribute, professionally and scholarly, to the reflection and promotion of art conservation and restoration. Owing to its comprehensive abstracts in English, the basic content of each paper is also available to international experts.
The journal Portal is categorized as a1, the top group of national journals, and indexed by HRČAK, ERIH PLUS, Scopus and ESCI.
Portal, journal of the Croatian Conservation Institute
Croatian Conservation Institute
Zagreb, Nike Grškovića 23
For the Publisher:
Boris Mostarčić, Director a.i.
Ana Azinović Bebek, PhD
Martina Ivanuš, PhD
Editorial board: email@example.com
Frequency of publication: annually
The first issue of the Portal journal posted on the web: 20. 4. 2012.
The last issue of the Portal journal posted on the web: 30. 12. 2021.
Published in: Zagreb
ISSN 1847-9464 (printed edition)
ISSN 1848-6681 (online edition)
Papers in the latest issue are arranged according to a previously established structural division (Immovable, Movable and Archaeological heritage) and comprise various topics. Architectural heritage is represented by two articles focusing on the history of mansion construction, their valorization and guidelines/recommendations for renovation – the Opeka Mansion in Marčan and the Jakovlje Mansion (Petar Puhmajer and Viki Jakaša Borić). The chapter covering immovable heritage is opened by two papers from a specific discipline...
Portal is a yearly scientific and professional journal of the Croatian Conservation Institute, covering a wide range of topics in the field of cultural heritage protection.
Articles (in the second issue of the journal) address various topics: from theoretical reflections and the history of conservation-restoration practice in Croatia to accounts of long-term and comprehensive conservation-restoration works, such as those in the Old Town of Hrvatska Kostajnica or the results of individual investigations like the analysis of the stone-masonry markings on the Veliki Tabor Castle or the research of the Kaštel Palace in Tar...
In its first issue, authors address a number of topics and present researches in conservation-restoration and similar disciplines. The journal contributes to the theory and practice of protecting Croatian cultural heritage, especially focusing on direct interventions on the artefacts themselves. The featured CD presents the Croatian Conservation Institute’s overview of research and works for the year 2009, in the form of 273 catalogue items.