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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in the journal's Word template.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Word template.
  • Where available, DOIs for the references have been provided.

Author Guidelines

1700-tal welcomes contributions on all aspects of the long eighteenth century and its reception, written in Scandinavian languages or in English, French or German. Please note that 1700-tal targets a multidisciplinary readership. When writing your contribution, make sure that you explain contexts and technical terms that may be unfamiliar to scholars from other disciplines.

In order to facilitate the editorial process, please use the appropriate word template below. Each word template contains information on reference styles etc. The journal practices double-blind peer review; consult this page on how to remove identifying information from your manuscript file.

The manuscript should be uploaded directly on the journal's webpage, please make sure to register as author. For information on the technical aspects of the manuscript submission workflow, you can consult this page.

Submission deadline for peer-reviewed articles: 1 January (or according to agreement with the editor-in-chief).

Peer-reviewed articles

All submitted manuscripts will be reviewed by at least two specialist referees independently of the editorial board. The review system used is double-blind, i.e. anonymous to both author and reviewer. The text may not exceed 50,000 characters including footnotes (bibliography excluded).

Word template with author guidelines: ENGLISH / SVENSKA / NORSK

 

Peer-reviewed essays

This section is reserved for articles that introduce a research field or analytical approach in an essayistic manner. The texts can be of various lengths, but should not exceed 50,000 characters including footnotes. These texts may or may not undergo peer-review, on decision of the editorial team. Essays that have been through a peer review process will be clearly marked in the PDF as well as the metadata when published.

Word template with author guidelines: CLICK HERE

Short essays

This section is reserved for articles that introduce a research field or analytical approach in an essayistic manner. The texts can be of various lengths, but should not exceed 50,000 characters including footnotes. These texts may or may not undergo peer-review, on decision of the editorial team. Essays that have been through a peer review process will be clearly marked in the PDF as well as the metadata when published.

Word template with author guidelines: CLICK HERE

Debate

In this section, we welcome comments and discussions on topical subjects in current societal and/or scholarly debate. The texts can be of various lengths, but should not exceed 20,000 characters including footnotes. These texts may also undergo peer-review, on decision of the editorial team. Debate articles that have been through a peer review process will be clearly marked in the PDF as well as the metadata when published.

Dissertations

This section is reserved for reviews of recent doctoral dissertations. Instructions for authors of dissertation reviews:

INSTRUCTIONS IN ENGLISH / INSTRUKTIONER PÅ SVENSKA / FORFATTERVEILEDNING PÅ NORSK

Literature

This section is reserved for reviews of recent scholarly literature (monographs and anthologies). Instructions for authors of literature reviews:

INSTRUCTIONS IN ENGLISH / INSTRUKTIONER PÅ SVENSKA / FORFATTERVEILEDNING PÅ NORSK

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