Submissions

Author Guidelines

Please send your articles or reviews as word or txt format to: eckl@namibian-studies.com

There is no deadline for the submission of an article – a paper to be considered for publication is welcome any time! – nor are there strict guidelines with respect to the extent.

A “standard” article usually has about 8.000 - 10.000 words and must include a brief (200 words or less) abstract and a short note (50 words or less) with author's full name, title, current affiliation, E-Mail address, and a brief description of recent work.

Spelling and grammar are to follow either American or British convention but consistently throughout the text.

Double inverted commas ( “xx”) should strictly be used for quotations only, meaning that every use of double inverted commas does ask for a detailed reference.

Quotations from non-English source materials must be accompanied by their original in the citation.

Archival citations should be as brief as possible, yet consistent. The identity and location of each archive must be fully spelled out when mentioned for the first time.

A full bibliography must be supplied separately, first (Christian) names to be written out.

Citations (full bibliographical details to be supplied) and notes must be formatted as footnotes and numbered consecutively throughout the text. No author/date method.

 

Style

First name Last name, "Journal Article: Subtitle", Journal of Namibian Studies, 13 (2013), pp. 7-28 [indicating full page numbers] (14) [indicating quoted page].
Thereafter:
Last name, "First main word of the article's title": p. 14.

First name Last name, Monograph: Subtitle, Place, Publisher, Year: pp. 5.
Thereafter:
Last name, Monograph : p. 7.

First name Last name, "Chapter", in: First name Last name and First name Last name, (eds.), Edited Collection, Place, Publisher, Year: pp. 5-25.

For websites: First name Last name (if authored), "Page Title", < http://www.url.com > [accessed 1 November, 2013].

For newspapers, periodicals: Windhuker Anzeiger, 12 October, 1898.

For more specific formatting questions consult the published issues and emulate exactly or contact the editors.

Privacy Statement

The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.