InScriptum publishes original research papers on topics of significance to investigations in culture, literature and literary language. Papers are expected to approximate 10-20 pages (5,000-8,000 words). Reviews follow submission deadlines. Publication of a new volume is planned for the winter every year.
Contributors wishing to offer special/themed/institutional volumes or sections within volumes should contact the Editors by 15 January, outlining the topic(s) they wish to address and providing a preliminary table of contents (with the names and affiliations of the prospective contributors). Complete contributions need to be submitted by June 15.
By June 15, all submissions to be considered for inclusion in the forthcoming volume must be sent to: email@example.com
Authors are requested to include their ORCID codes in their contact details.
ORCID identifiers can be obtained free of charge from http://orcid.org/.
A full statement on the journal’s publication ethics is available at Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement.
No fees are charged for publication in this journal. Only original research papers that are not submitted for consideration elsewhere are accepted; multiple, redundant or concurrent publication is not endorsed. The Editors screen all papers for plagiarism. All submissions are double-blind peer-reviewed by two reviewers. If deemed necessary, the Editors may obtain an additional review.
Copyright and Open Access
The journal retains copyright of published articles. For personal or academic purposes, users may access, download, copy, and link to full texts of articles free of charge and without obtaining prior permission from the publisher or the author(s) on condition that the original link to the online edition is provided.
Self-archiving is also permitted, so that authors are allowed to deposit the published PDF version of their articles in academic and/or institutional repositories, without fee or embargo. Authors may also post their individual articles on their personal websites, again on condition that the original link to the online edition is provided.
Submission of a manuscript for publication constitutes the author’s acceptance that the editorial board of InScriptum is free to publish the submission in digital form, including but not restricted to the journal’s online website, academic databases, reference services, and repositories.
Authors are also advised that submission of a manuscript for publication grants the Editorial Board of InScriptum the non-exclusive right and license to reproduce, distribute reproductions of, display, publicly perform, and adapt the content of the submitted text by the standards of EBSCO Publishing, Inc., whose principal place of business is at 10 Estes Street, Ipswich, Massachusetts, 01938-0682, USA, in text, image, other electronic format or such other formats or on such other media as may now exist or hereafter be discovered, to end-users through the re-license or sale of information products using the media of CD-ROM, tape, online hosts, internet services and other electronic or optical media or formats now known or hereafter discovered.