Immediations Submission Guidelines
Please note that all articles considered for submission will be peer-reviewed by experts in the field and must therefore represent original research of a high academic standard. Contributors are expected to liaise with their supervisors in the preparation of their articles and rough drafts of work-in-progress are not acceptable. Articles not following the style guidelines in all respects will be returned to contributors for correction. Material submitted must not have been previously published, nor be under consideration for publication in another journal.
Length: Articles should be 4000-6000 words in length (excluding endnotes). Please adhere to this word limit .
Submission of typescripts: Articles should be sent as Word documents via email to email@example.com (please also address queries regarding submission here) and a hard copy should be placed in the Immediations pigeon-hole in the Staff Common Room. Contributors are asked to supply a brief synopsis (150-200 words), to precede the text.
The deadline for submissions for the next edition is 1st December 2014.
Typescript layout: Articles should be typed, double-spaced, on A4 paper, on one side of the page only. Ample margins should be left. Pages should be numbered and endnotes should be used. These should be marked in the text using a numerical system (1, 2, 3), placed outside punctuation, and where possible at the end rather than in the middle of a sentence.
Illustrations: Illustrations should be supplied where necessary to support the argument. Contributors are responsible for providing good quality images as tif files at a resolution of 300dpi and for indicating their placement within the text as follows: (fig.1) etc. A separate, numbered list of illustrations must be included, providing details of the illustrations as follows: Juan Gris, Landscape at Céret, oil on canvas, 1913, Moderna Museet, Stockholm.
Copyright: Contributors are responsible for securing copyright on all images. Immediations will endeavor cover any costs within reason. Failure to supply illustrations or to secure copyright may result in delayed publication.
Alterations: In cases where an article has
been accepted subject to revisions, the contributor must complete
these changes by the given deadline to ensure publication in
the forthcoming issue.
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