All submissions should be typed, double-spaced, 12 pt., Times New Roman font. A title page should accompany your manuscript. The title page should contain the author’s name, postal address, phone number, and e-mail address. In order to facilitate the anonymous peer-reviewing process the author’s name should not appear on the manuscript, and all references in the text and endnotes that might identify the author should be removed and cited on a separate page. Essays should be no longer than 35 pages or 9,000 words. An abstract must accompany the manuscript. Manuscripts without abstracts cannot be considered until the abstract is received.

Scholarly articles should follow the author-date system as outlined in the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th edition, 2017. In this system, references to works are included in chronological order in the text. The author’s last name and the year of publication are enclosed in parentheses (Davis 1977) and correspond to the alphabetical list of Works Cited at the end of the essay. Page numbers follow the date, preceded by a comma (Garcia 1997, 57). When there are two authors the following format applies: (Chang and Williams 1985, 13); for three authors: (Fulcher, Hernandez, and Spikes 1974); and more than three: (Rashid et al. 1993). If the author is not known, the text reference should substitute the title of the article or book for the author (the title may be shortened as necessary, but must include the first word other than an initial article).