Research articles should be no longer than 6000 words, including endnotes.
Review articles should be no longer than 1500 words.
Submissions are to be in English.
All articles are to be electronically submitted in Rich Text Format (rtf) via an email to the editor at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Any foreign fonts employed (e.g. Sanskrit, Coptic, Runic) are to be included as a separate file.
Images, if clearly mentioned in the argument and referenced within the article, are also to be submitted as separate electronic files (high resolution jpg, gif, and bitmap are acceptable image formats). Permission from the copyright holder must be submitted in writing before publication of the article.
All articles submitted must follow these guidelines to be considered for publication.
All text is to use Times New Roman font only.
All text is to be left justified AND single line spaced. Double spacing between sentences to be removed.
Emphasis and foreign words are to be indicated by italics.
All titles to be indicated by italics.
Footnotes only to be used and numbered in Arabic numerals (see Bibliographic Reference Stylistics).
Text Font Sizes
Body text: 10 point.
Headings within the body of the text: 11 point, bold, and small capitals.
Subheadings: 10 point, and italicised.
Quotations of less than five lines: Marked by SINGLE quotation marks only within the text.
Quotations of more than five lines: Indented both sides of text and spaced from preceding text, 9 point font, and NO quotation marks.
Do NOT indent paragraphs. Paragraphs should be spaced from each other.
Abstract and Biographies
When submitting, please include an abstract of 150 - 200 words and a biography of between 50 - 75 words.
The abstract and biography should be included in a separate Rich Text Format (rtf) file from the submission document file.
B. C. (Before Christ) is now B. C. E. (Before Common Era) and A. D. (Anno Domini) is now C. E. (Common Era).
All capitals must have a space between them - B. C. E. and not B.C.E.
1990's is now 1990s.
All titles or concepts attributed to a particular person used in the body of the text are to be fully referenced at the first instance. All titles are to be italicised, unless they are chapter titles, journal article titles, or the titles of short stories, in which case they are to be in double inverted commas - "Introduction."
Commas and full stops are to be before final inverted commas - .. in "Introduction." or "Introduction,"
Commas and full stops may also be used such - quoting Percival Smith '...and so John Smith said in his article "Good Neighbours".' or quoting Percival Smith '...and so John Smith said in his article "Good Neighbours",'......
Semi colons and colons are to be after the final inverted commas.