Submission Guidelines

Submission Guidelines

The editorial board of the Journal of GlobalFaultlines (ISSN: 2054-2089) invites the submission of articles, book review essays and book reviews that contribute to the debates related to the wider discussions of Global Faultlines and Global Shifts. If authors are unsure about the fit of a proposed article, send us a brief synopsis (one page) to look at and
give an opinion on suitability, style etc.

Contributors should send manuscripts as attachments in Word format by e-mail to:

* Bulent Gokay ( b.gokay@keele.ac.uk ) for substantive articles

* Ilia Xypolia ( i.xypolia@keele.ac.uk ) for review articles and book reviews

The length of the articles will vary, but should probably be between 8,000 and 10,000
words (including footnotes). Manuscripts should be typed double spaced in twelve
point font, with subheads in 14 point; have wide margins and page numbers; should
not have right-margin justification. The manuscript should contain: a title page; an
abstract of 150 words or less; the body of the text; a list of cited references. Please
use either minimal footnotes or preferably no footnotes at all. Citations are to follow
the Harvard System, i.e., in the text they are to be by author’s name and year of
publication (Gokay 2008), and at the end of the paper in alphabetical order of
authors’ surnames. Works by the same author and published in the same year are to
be distinguished by letters appended to the year. Illustrations should be discussed in
the text and should be numbered sequentially with Arabic numbers (e.g. Figure 2).
Captions for illustrations should be typed together on a separate page (labelled
Figure Captions) and not included on the illustration itself. Illustrations must be of
professional quality.

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