Articles must be submitted electronically as email attachments. In general, articles should be between 5,000 and 10,000 words in length, including notes.
Notes for Contributors:
Iranian Studies is a peer reviewed journal of history, literature, culture and society, covering everywhere with a Persian or Iranian legacy, especially Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia, the Caucasus and northern India.
Editorial correspondence and manuscripts of articles should be addressed to: Homa Katouzian, The Middle East Centre, SI. Antony's College, University of Oxford, Oxford OX2 6JF, UK (Tel: 44-1865-284757; Fax: 44-1865-311475; Email: email@example.com).
Book reviews and books for review should be sent to:
Siavush Randjbar-Daemi (History)- Middle Eastern Studies, School of Arts, Languages, Cultures, Univ. of Manchester, Oxford Rd., Manchester M13 9PL, UK. (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rivanne Sandler (Literature and Culture) - Dept. of Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto, 4 Bancroft Ave., Toronto, Ontario M5S 1C1, Canada. (Email: email@example.com)
Publishers are asked to make sure to send review copies to the appropriate book review editor.
As a rule, the book review editors assign books for review. Before writing a review, please check with the appropriate book reveiw editor rather than sending an unsolicited review.
Articles must be submitted electronically as email attachments. In general, articles should be between 5,000 and 10,000 words in length, including notes. Each article must also include a 100-120 word abstract. Each copy of any kind of submission must be double-spaced, with at least one-inch margins, and in a legible typeface, preferred size is 12 points and preferred font is Times New Roman. Articles must be submitted as Word documents. Mention any proposed illustrations with the initial submission but not the illustrations themselves. If the article is accepted, illustrations may be submitted either electronically as TIFF files at 300 dpi or as scanner-ready hard copy (e.g. photographs of artwork).
Notation Style: The Journal follows an endnote/bibliography style drawn from The Chicago Manual of Style, Sixteenth Edition. Full instructions can be found here .
The Journal uses American English (rather than UK, Australian, etc.)
Book reviews should follow the same guidelines as those for articles.