Central European History

Editorial Policy

Central European History publishes articles, review articles, and book reviews, among other forms of scholarly writing dealing with the history of German-speaking Central Europe. The journal welcomes manuscripts using all approaches to history and dealing with all historical periods. Because space is limited, the journal does not accept articles that have been or will be published elsewhere. Most CEH articles are 10-12,000 words, including notes. Manuscripts submitted to CEH should not be under consideration by any other journal. If the editor learns that an article CEHis considering is also under submission at another journal, CEH’s consideration will cease. Unsolicited book reviews are not accepted. Authors may submit articles in languages other than English, but only after consulting the Editor. Some financial support may be available to defray the costs of translation into English if a manuscript is accepted.

All manuscripts should be submitted via Cambridge University Press’ ScholarOne system. Please take care to remove any information that might identify you as author, and follow the prompts in ScholarOne to make your manuscript anonymous. The entire text of all manuscripts, including footnotes and headings, must be prepared in double-spaced typescript with generous margins to allow for copyediting. Footnotes must be numbered consecutively.

All materials will be edited to conform with The Chicago Manual of Style in matters of punctuation, capitalization, and format. Final decisions on style remain with the editor.

Correspondence for the Editor should be sent to:

E-mail:ceh@utk.edu, or

The Editor, Central European History
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Department of History
Dunford Hall, 6th Floor 
Knoxville, TN 37996

Correspondence for the Associate Editor, book reviews should be sent to:

E-mail: ceh@ohio.edu, or

The Associate Editor, Central European History
Department of History
421 Bentley Annex
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701