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The Journal Studia Źródłoznawcze, Commentationes has been published by the Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences since 1957. The Journal was established by the community of medievalists from Poznań and Warsaw, and for many years it was edited and published both in Poznań and Warsaw. The first Editorial Board included Aleksander Gieysztor, Gerard Labuda, and Brygida Kürbis, who was initially an assistant editor, and from the publication of the second volume (1958) – a member of the Board. The post of the assistant editor was held for a long time – from vol. 2 (1958) to vol. 31 (1987) – by Ryszard Walczak (d. 1989). He prepared for publication the double volume 32–33 for the year 1990. His deputy was Danuta Zydorek. Next, the post of assistant editor was taken up by Tomasz Jasiński (vol. 34 – 1993), then by Danuta Zydorek (vol. 35 – 1994, and vol. 36 – 1997).

In 1969 (vol. 14), the Editorial Board was joined by Ireneusz Ihnatowicz. Volumes 19 and 20 for the years 1974 and 1976 were prepared and edited by the Board with a new member Emanuel Rostworowski. In 1976 (vol. 21), the Board was joined by Ryszard Kiersnowski (to vol. 32 of 1990), and in 1990 – by Maria Koczerska, Stefan K. Kuczyński, and Józef Szymański.

Since 2000 (vol. 37), the Journal has been published in Warsaw. At that time, the Editorial Board included: Zbigniew Dalewski, Maria Koczerska (editor), Stefan. K. Kuczyński (editor), and Marek Słoń (assistant editor). In 2001 (vol. 39), the Board was joined by Maria Starnawska, in 2009 (vol. 47) by Piotr Węcowski. In 2009 and 2011–2012 (vols 47, 49–50), the post of assistant editor was held by Anna Salina. In 2011 (vol. 49), the Editorial Board was joined by Andrzej Rachuba (editor), in 2012 (vol. 50) by Marek D. Kowalski, and in 2016 (vol. 54) by Marcin Hlebionek. In 2016 Jacek Adamczyk was the Journal’s assistant editor, while in 2010 (vol. 48), 2013–2015 and 2017–2019 (vols 51–53 and 55–57) it was Marta Piber-Zbieranowska who in 2020 joined the Editorial Board. Since 2013 (vol. 51), the function of assistant editor has been performed by Rafał Rutkowski. Since vol. 58 (for 2020) Piotr Węcowski is the second editor-in-chief (replacing Maria Koczerska), the position of the board’s secretary is held by Hanna Rajfura. In 2021 (vol. 59), Joanna Szady joined the Editorial Board.

At present, the post of editor-in-chief is jointly held by Prof. Andrzej Rachuba (Tadeusz Manteuffel Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences) and Dr. hab. prof. UW Piotr Węcowski (Department of History of the University of Warsaw).

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