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CFP: Holocaust and Genocide Studies (journal)


Call for articles:
 
Holocaust and Genocide Studies is the premier forum for work on the
extensive body of literature and documentation on the Holocaust and
genocide. It features essays and reviews that cut across the disciplines
of history, literature, economics, religious studies, anthropology,
political science, sociology, and others. HGS also considers how insights
into the Holocaust apply to other genocides. Articles compel readers to
confront the entire range of human behavior, to contemplate the moral
dimensions of science and technology in our society, and to reconsider the
concept of state and the consequences of our methods of political and
social organization.
 
Holocaust and Genocide Studies welcomes the submission of articles for
editorial consideration. Submission involves the tacit assurance that the
material has not been published and will not be simultaneously submitted
or published elsewhere. To be accepted for publication, all articles must
pass a peer review by at least two experts in the field.
 
Submission of articles:
 
Authors should submit three (3) copies of their manuscript to:
 
The Editors
Holocaust and Genocide Studies
c/o Academic Publications
Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington DC 20024-2126
USA
 
A separate title page should contain the title of the article, the
author's name, address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address.
Manuscripts should be no longer than 10,000 words, and must be accompanied
by an abstract and a brief biography of the author (each approximately 100
words in length). In general, manuscripts should follow the Chicago Manual
of Style, 14th edition.
 
It is the responsibility of the author to obtain written permission
(including payment of fees) to reprint or reproduce any material
(including text, charts, tables, photographs, illustrations, etc.) that is
under copyright, and to supply such permissions when submitting the
manuscript.
 
Article authors will receive two complimentary copies of the issue in
which their work appears and 25 complimentary reprints courtesy of the
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and will have the opportunity to
order additional reprints from the publisher. Book review authors will
receive one complimentary copy of the issue in which their work appears.
 
At the time that manuscripts are accepted for publication (following the
peer review process), authors should submit their text on 3 1/2-inch
diskette, preferably in Microsoft Word 8.0 (Windows 97 or higher) for
IBM-compatible computers. The text should be typed using a single font
(Times New Roman is preferred). Use left-justification only. Do not use
automatic hyphenation. Indicate all diacritical marks clearly. Tables and
charts should be typed, each on a separate page, with an indication of
where these should appear in the text. Both text and notes should be
double-spaced.
 
Authors are strongly advised to check their diskettes for viruses before
submitting them to the editors.