So, you are a researcher in the field of Royal Studies and you just waited for a journal specialising in this field?
Wait no more – the Royal Studies Journal has launched last Friday, and is of now accepting submissions.
The first issue is due end of 2014, if you want to be considered for this issue hurry up and send us your article (8-10,000 words all inclusive) by end of August. See more on submission here.
And now for the formal introduction of the Journal:
The Royal Studies Journal is a new academic publication which was recently launched at the Kings & Queens 3 conference.
This peer-reviewed, open access, interdisciplinary and international journal for the field of Royal Studies will be published twice a year with the initial issue expected at the end of 2014. Articles can be submitted in French, Spanish, Portuguese and German although English is preferred. Optimal length should be between c. 8-10,000 words including notes and bibliography. A full style guide is available on our website and can be downloaded right here: authorsguidelines.
Book reviews will also be featured.
Please visit www.rsj.winchester.ac.uk to find out more about the journal and how to submit articles to the RSJ. If you wish to contact us with any queries about the journal, suggestions of upcoming/recent works in the field to review or the submissions process please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.