Instructions for authors
Articles and reviews can be submitted in English, German, and French. All articles should be accompanied by an abstract in English no longer than 110 words, in it an English translation of the title, and below it up to five keywords. Non-native speakers are requested to have their papers proofread by a native speaker. The correspondence address (for both the traditional paper post and e-mail) should be placed between the body of the text and the references section. Meanings should be given in single English curly quotes (‘ and ’), and names of cited authors, both in the body of the text and in the references, in sentence case rather than capitals or small caps. If applicable, grants and other sources of financing should be listed in a footnote. Papers should be submitted as a .doc (not .docx) and two .pdf files: one with the author’s name and one without.
All submissions are double blind peer-reviewed in writing by scholars unaffiliated with the author. Identities of the reviewers of individual volumes are not revealed; a cumulative list is published yearly.
Authors receive the volume and twenty off-prints (independently of the number of authors of a given article).