The EEHR strives to uphold the standards of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). The EEHR invites to read the Code of Ethics to which it refers.
The EEHR is a “no-charge journal” for article submission and publication.
The journal encourages authors to present topics concerning the history of Eastern Europe and its relations with Continental Europe in the Modern era.
The articles submitted for publication can consist of a synthesis of studies and research, and can also present more specific topics in more detail with precise archive references.
We do not consider articles that have been submitted for publication elsewhere, or have been previously published in any other language or form.
We welcome articles, in Italian and/or English, between 10.000 and 30.000 words with footnotes. A submission that is under or over this length will not be considered.
The articles accepted must conform to Eastern European History Review’s editorial notes. The journal has adopted the Chicago Manual of Style:
Practical Submission information:
The author is invited to send an electronic version of the article in Word format (not Pdf). It should be double-spaced, including the article title, the word count, name and affiliation of the author.
Images and/or tables included in the contribution, should be sent in a separate file with appropriate references. For original images, an authorization of the conservative institution must be attached to the document.
Send in a separate file:
- a max 250-word abstract of articles in English, including keywords.
- a max 100-word Biographical Statement: it should include the author full name and affiliation, personal history, academic program and position, field/s of research, current research project and institutional e-mail (it is not required).
Bio Statement will appear on a specific dedicated page of the Eastern European History website so to allow contacts between the authors and the readers. It will also encourage scientific collaboration among scholars.
- (If necessary) Submit images as JPEG file with resolution of 300dpi. The author must ensure that he/she is authorized to publish the image.
The authors will be informed about the acceptance of the manuscript within two / three months.
For more Information and Submission: email@example.com
Submissions will not be returned.
Eastern European History welcomes the publication of original documents particularly significant for the history of East Europe.
Please send to Editorial Board (firstname.lastname@example.org) a brief description of the document, indicating the potential impact on the future research. The Editorial Board will consider the document relevant to the interests of the journal and to the history of East Europe, after considering the publication, which must be submitted with a relevant and appropriate introduction (max. 7000 words). The authorization for publication by the conservative institution must be provided.
If the original document is not in Italian or English, the proposer must provide a translation into English or Italian and it will be published in both versions (the original and the translated).
Editorial and Scientific Board judges the contribution according to the advancement of sciences and rejects manuscripts which are not in line with the mission of the journal.
Once verified that submissions respect the purposes of Eastern European History Review, the editors will send the paper to at least two blind peer reviewers. The sending is also notified to the author and the manuscript is considered accepted by the journal.
The reviewers could ask for some revisions of the works based on the guidelines and the scientific mission of the journal. If the authors accept the suggestions and will return the revised work (within the period indicated by the editorial board in the notification mail), the manuscript will be ready for publication.
The list of anonymous reviewers (and their affiliation) who contributed to the publication of the magazine will be published at the end of the year.
Authors retain the copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License (CC-BY-4.0) that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgment of the work’s authorship and initial publication.
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The names and email addresses communicated on the Eastern European History Review will be used for the stated purposes of the journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.