Krisis will appear three times a year, on the first of May, August and December. There are two kinds of deadlines, deadlines for articles and deadlines for other contributions (essays, reviews, etc.). Articles are automatically subjected to a blind double-peer review procedure.
Each year the deadlines are as follows:
Deadline articles: January 10
Deadline other: Februari 10
Deadline articles: May 10
Deadline other: June 10
Deadline articles: September 10
Deadline other: October 10
Submit an article to Krisis
Articles and all other relevant information are to be submitted through the electronic Open Journal Systems submission form (button on the left).
Krisis accepts articles in Dutch and in English. Articles that are considered suitable for the journal by the editorial board are double-blind peer reviewed. Other contributions submitted for publication are reviewed by the editors.
Krisis accepts only original, unpublished material that has not been submitted for publication elsewhere. Authors intending to submit already published articles, or to use previously published material as part of an article, must indicate this intention at the time they accept the invitation to publish or, in the case of unsolicited articles, at the time of submission.
Krisis reserves the right to edit contributions. Authors have the opportunity to review corrections before publication, provided the articles are submitted to the editors in good time.
If an article, following acceptance, is not in substantial conformity with these Guidelines, the editors reserve the right to return the article for revision by the author. Authors acknowledge that they may be waiving their right to review proofs prior to publication if the article is returned to them for revision to bring it into conformity with the Guidelines. If an article is revised and resubmitted in time to allow the editors to meet their publication deadline, it will appear in the agreed-upon issue of Krisis. In other cases, the editors may reserve the article for publication in a later issue.
Citations must be formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition (author-date). Please follow the instructions on http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html and choose the ‘author-date’ tab.
Text must be saved in a simple format i.e. without automatic hyphenation, automatic indexing of section headings, with a consistent script and NO activated hyperlinks or other macros. Please use endnotes only. Preferred file formats are .docx, .rtf or .odt (for alternative formats, contact firstname.lastname@example.org).
Maximum size of contributions, including notes and bibliographic references:
- 8000 words for articles
- 5000 words for essays
- 2000 words for book reviews (4000 words for reviews of more than one book)
Separately, authors should supply:
- An abstract not exceeding 100 words. For Dutch articles, a second abstract in English should be provided.
- A short biography (affiliation, recent publications, e-mail address).
- Relevant keywords (max. 6). These will be used for ‘tagging’ the published PDF.