«Throughout the year, different past issues will be retrieved on the website»
2017 sets the starting point for the celebration Mètode’s 25th anniversary, a journal born in 1992 with the goal to build a bridge between science and humanities. From February, and throughout the year, different past issues will be retrieved on the website – renewed in time for the anniversary – along with an article especially written for the occasion. In these articles, the responsible for coordinating each monograph will put the issue in context, they will talk about their experience with the magazine and they will analyse the progress that has taken place in each discipline. The first issue to be retrieved is Understanding the universe, coordinated by Joan Ferrando in the spring of 1999.
Moreover, in order to share this celebration with as many people as possible, Mètode has launched and special subscription offer that will last until March 20: subscribe to Mètode and, for the same price, you can gift another annual subscription to whomever you choose. All this for 30 € (40€ outside Spain).
«’Mètode’ is a journal to think about science – a meeting point between sciences and humanities – from a cross-curricular perspective that welcomes the participation of artists, philosophers, historians, journalists and people of letters»
Mètode is a quarterly journal dedicated to disseminate and study science. Its intention is to bring science to society, encourage debate and critical thinking on current science matters. In short, a journal to think about science – a meeting point between sciences and humanities – from a cross-curricular perspective that welcomes the participation of artists, philosophers, historians, journalists and people of letters. While it is a reference publication in Catalan, since issue number 65 (year 2010), it also publishes a simultaneous version in Spanish. Moreover, since 2011, Mètode also publishes its annual review in English.
Run since 1999 by Martí Domínguez and edited by the University of Valencia, Mètode is open to anyone that wishes to participate with new and unpublished articles. Professionals from the world of letters and humanities also participate in it, as well as artists that provide visual appeal to each issue, along with their own particular vision of science.