New Orleans Historical and Cultural Review Call for Articles And Creative Works
The New Orleans Historical & Cultural Review is designed to focus on the history and culture of New Orleans and the surrounding region, revealing the region through scholarly research and through creative works inspired by the area or created by residents of the Greater New Orleans Area in reflection of their unique heritage. The Southern University at New Orleans Library publishes the journal irregularly with the collaboration of the SUNO College of Arts & Sciences. The first issue of this journal was funded by a Louisiana State Board of Regents Enhancement Grant for FY 2006-2007. Volume One, Issue One can be viewed online at http://www.suno.edu/News/docs/NOHCR_Volume_One_Issue_One_WEB.pdf
Submissions are evaluated for inclusion in the New Orleans Historical & Cultural Review by 2 separate peer review boards: one for research & professional reportage submissions; the other for creative works submissions. Manuscripts and creative works should be submitted by April 30, 2009 for inclusion in the second volume of the publication, slated for release as an online publication in late Summer 2009. Submissions received after the cutoff date will be considered for inclusion in the following issue.
Research articles produced by scholars worldwide judged by the editorial board to meet the standards of scholarship and to advance the study and understanding of the culture and history of New Orleans and the surrounding region will be accepted for publication.
Article Length 10-20 pages (3,000-5,000 words)
Reviews of books by authors resident in Southern Louisiana, or focusing on the history and culture of New Orleans and the surrounding region may be submitted for consideration.
Review Length 3-4 pages (900-1,200 words)
Submissions of original creative works produced by the citizens of New Orleans and its region, or which focus on the region and its culture will also be considered for publication. Creative works can include short stories, drama, poetry, essays, visual arts, music, and film. As the journal will be online, music and film can be recorded on CD or DVD for mounting and playback as part of the publication. Visual and fine arts can be photographed for reproduction.
Authors of research articles and originators of creative works published will by their submission of materials for consideration, give certain copyright permissions to the editors of the publication. Originators and authors will retain copyright to their own work, while granting the publication full copyright clearance for use of their work within the publication, as an advertisement or fund-raising tool for the publication, or as presented in aggregators’ databases as contents of the publication.
General Manuscript Guidelines
Manuscripts should be submitted using APA style format as a guide. Note that this is a change from our first issue.
All manuscripts should be double-spaced with 1 inch margins.
Manuscripts should be typed in the Microsoft Word program.
Please spell-check all text.
The title page should include the author’s complete name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, and professional affiliation.
A short author biography, including any prior publication history highlights, should be included on a separate page behind the title page.
An abstract should be included on a separate sheet behind the bio.
References for works cited should be complete and listed in a separate Reference List at the end of the article.
Illustrations should be submitted in copy-ready format and, if not the property of the author, should be accompanied by written permission from the owner of each image for its reproduction.
Authors are responsible for the factual accuracy of their text and notes. The editors are not responsible for fact-checking, although discovered errors will be addressed.
Accepted manuscripts will be edited for grammar, consistency and clarity. Such edits will be submitted to the author for review and incorporation prior to publication.
Please submit an electronic copy by either floppy disk, CD/RW or e-mail attachment. Manuscripts should be mailed to R. Giusti, Leonard S. Washington Memorial Library, Southern University at New Orleans, 6801 Press Drive, Building 27, New Orleans, Louisiana 70126, United States of America. E-mail attachments should be sent to email@example.com
Southern University at New Orleans Library
Lake Campus, Bldg 27
6801 Press Drive
New Orleans, LA 70126
Fax: (504)284-5490 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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