CfC: Dedicated "Focus-section: Global DLH: show, tell and teach".
Posted by Annemieke Romein on 2022-05-30
We are pleased to invite proposals from researchers and others working with digital legal history at any stage of their career for a special section of the Journal for Digital Legal History for publication in November 2022. The theme of this section is "Global DLH: Show, tell and teach".
We actively encourage ECR and researchers from more diverse background to publish with us (non-English primary sources, institutions based outside Europe and North America) to contribute to this focus-section on the particular challenges they encountered in their research, either through necessary adaptations of certain digital techniques or through decisions to implement specific settings in their collaborative work.
- Length: Pieces in this section can count 2,500-5,000 words (up to 10,000 words max.). Consider alternative formats, such as fully explained notebooks, posters with additional explanations or linked videos, tutorials or course outlines.
- We accept publications in English; we can also support German, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese but do contact the editorial board in advance. If you wish to publish in another language than mentioned here, please consult us beforehand.
- More info: https://openjournals.ugent.be/dlh/
- Please send an email before July 1st, 2022, with a short proposal (150 words), including a provisional title and suggested format (and length) for your contribution. Please also include a short biographical statement for the proposed contributor(s), including an area of expertise, interests, affiliation (if applicable), and any other relevant information. We will respond to all submissions within 14 days. Mention in the subject line of the contact form to which CfC you are submitting.
- Submission of your full contribution (of any kind) before September 30th, 2022.
- Peer-review reports before November 4th, 2022.
- Submission of the final version between November 18th - 25th, 2022.
- Appearance on the website – pending positive peer review – two to three weeks after final submission.
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