CENTRAL EUROPEAN HISTORY SOCIETY

Central European History


Editorial Policy

Central European History publishes articles, review articles, book reviews, and conference reports dealing with the history of German-speaking Central Europe. The journal solicits manuscripts using all approaches to history and dealing with all historical periods. Because space is limited, articles which have been or soon will be published elsewhere are not accepted. Manuscripts submitted to CEH should not be under consideration by another journal pending decision of the editor on publication. If it is learned that an article is under submission to another journal while being considered at CEH, consideration will cease immediately. Unsolicited book reviews are not accepted. Manuscripts and correspondence should be directed to:

The Editor, Central European History
Department of History
Wayne State University
FAB 3094, 656 W. Kirby
Detroit, MI 48202
USA
Email: centraleuropeanhistory@wayne.edu

The editors prefer that manuscripts be submitted in electronic form as email attachments sent to the journal's address, preferably in Microsoft Word 2003 or later or WordPerfect 12.0 or later; Adobe Acrobat pdf files will also be reviewed. Manuscripts submitted in printed form must be accompanied by a compact disk or diskette with the article in Word, WordPerfect, or pdf. 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 and should be placed in a separate section at the end of the text. Correspondence concerning book reviews should be sent to:

The Associate Editor, Central European History
Department of History
St. Thomas University
51 Dineen Dr.
Fredericton, NB
E3B 5G3
Canada
Email: ceh@stu.ca

Further guidelines for the preparation of manuscripts for publication in Central European History will be sent upon acceptance of materials by the editor. All materials will be edited to conform with The Chicago Manual of Style in matters regarding punctuation, capitalization, and format.The final decision on style remains with the editor.