1. Register with PubPub. Add a profile photo, a 50 word biography, your website, and your Google Scholar information, as well as any other contact and social media information. This will allow those reading your work to find you elsewhere.
2. Register with Orcid, and add the given ID to your PubPub profile. Your Orcid ID is a unique identifier that can be used with your work.
3. Review our Writing Guidelines.
4. Include in your submission your PubPub profile name and your Orcid ID. We will review your profile to confirm that it contains the information outlined above; this must be done before your article can move to the second round of editing.
5. Please submit your 3000 - 25000 words text using the PubPub system by clicking on “SUBMIT PAPER” at the end of the “CALL FOR PAPERS” web page along with the following:
Abstract (150-200 words)
Essay DOI (to be provided by our journal / MIT Press)
ISBN (to be provided by our journal / MIT Press)
Please submit the final paper ready for peer review. Your contribution will be reviewed by at least two members of the editorial board, and revisions may be requested and subject to review.
For themed and pictorial essays, submit an abstract or outline for editorial consideration and further discussion.
Keep your news, announcements, and hyperlinks brief and focused; include contact details and a link to an external site where relevant.
Our publication formats allow for full color throughout, and we encourage rich pictorial content where relevant and possible. Note, however, that all material submitted must be copyright cleared (or due diligence must be evidenced).
We reserve the right to sub-edit your submissions in order to comply with our policies and formats. Where material is time sensitive, please include both embargo and expiry dates.
Failure to comply with in-house referencing style and format as well as with copyright clearance for images will result in the rejection of your submission at any stage of the process. Acceptance of papers after review is conditional to your due diligence and compliance with all matters—in particular, referencing style and copyright clearance. No exceptions will be made.
Questions and Concerns
For any questions or concerns, please contact the Co Editor-in-Chief, Thomas Heinrich Musiolik, at t[.]musiolik[at]udk-berlin[.]. Be sure to include exact details about any problems you are experiencing in order to receive a quick and efficient reply.