Submission Guideline Requirements
InterNationality is a professional, peer-reviewed, online publication of theoretically significant, empirically grounded scholarship on major issues in international and area studies. We welcome submissions of scholarly articles based on original field research, or new lines of interpretation of existing findings. We seek work on major themes in global and cultural studies, transnationalism, international relations, environmental change, the study of major world regions, and related topics.
Articles should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, ideally as Microsoft Word attachments (although RTF and HTML formats are also acceptable). While articles of all lengths will be considered if the quality of their content and academic contribution warrants review, articles of 8,000-12,000 words are preferred. Submissions should also include an abstract of 150 words or less. Articles accepted for publication will be formatted according to our in-house style guide, using a parenthetical citation format. We appreciate submissions which conform to our in-house style parameters.
By submitting an article for review, the author accepts responsibility for assuring that the piece is an original work, that it is not under review or accepted for publication elsewhere, and that it meets all ethical and legal requirements that might be applied to the research reported. Consistent with scholarly norms across disciplines, we encourage authors to ensure, when appropriate, that their field notes, data sets and other original source material are available to others. While InterNationality is not able to archive such materials, we encourage authors to do so on their own websites, or other appropriate fora. For instance, the Publication-Related Archive of the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) (https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/ICPSR/) archives quantitative datasets for replication purposes.
Articles submitted for publication will be subjected to anonymous review by active and publishing scholars selected for their knowledge of and contributions to the relevant area(s) of study addressed in the article. Articles will be judged on their fit with the subject matter of the journal, quality of scholarship, value of research, and clarity of writing. We are committed to a professional, reasonable and timely review of all submissions. All final publication decisions will be made by the InterNationality editorial staff.
For the purposes of review please send, via email, a copy of the proposed article with identifying markers referring to the author removed.
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