For those who are interested in contributing to VoegelinView, please note the following:
For 2018 Winter (Jan.-April): For January we will look at Plato; February British history, culture, politics, and literature, including Shakespeare; March Russian literature; and April American literature.
For 2018 Summer (May-August): For May we will look at Eric Voegelin; July the culture and politics of the United States; and August higher education. There are no themes set for June.
For 2018 Fall (Sept.-Dec.): There are no themes set for September, October, November, and December.
Please feel free to submit proposals about any topic, but note that preference would be given to those works that address the above-mentioned themes.
Email us with your proposal at [email protected] for Lee Trepanier.
When preparing works for submission, please observe these layout rules:
1. FORMAT: All works must be formatted in either WORD. We cannot work with PDF.
2. LENGTH: Book reviews can range from 800 to 3,000 words; essays 1,500-5,000; and articles 5,000-10,000 words. Citations are required for articles and are optional for essays and book reviews.
3. FONT AND LAYOUT.
Times New Roman 12 point type.
Page margins: 1 inch.
Alignment: left (no tab paragraph breaks).
Double space between paragraphs.
4. NOTES. For citations, use only endnotes and the Chicago Manual of Style.
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