Articles/essays should not exceed 7,000 words in length, including references and, where they are used, endnotes. All articles/essays will be subject to peer-review.
Article/essay guidelines: All article/essay submissions should be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org as a Microsoft Word document, using 12 pt Times New Roman font, with 1” margins on all sides. The suggested word length for articles/essays is 5,000 – 7,000 words inclusive of abstract (250-300 words), endnotes, and citations.
Reviews: All reviews should be submitted electronically to email@example.com as a Microsoft Word document, using 12 pt Times New Roman font with 1” margins on all sides. The suggested word length for reviews is 1,200-1,800 words inclusive of abstract (250-300 words), endnotes, and citations.
*If you are considering submitting a manuscript to Dialogue, know that we are always happy to review abstracts to assess the fit prior to submittal.
Dialogue is an “open access” journal which means that the peer-reviewed articles and reviews are freely accessible online. Open access scholarly journals are an increasing trend that has been shown to allow for quicker dissemination of scholarly work and an increased research impact. Also, in comparison to traditionally published journals, research has shown that articles published in open access journals are cited more frequently. Although some open access journals charge a publication fee for authors to submit, Dialogue is committed to creating and maintaining a scholarly journal that is accessible to all – meaning that there is no charge for either the author or the reader.
The Journal is interested in contributions that offer theoretical, practical, pedagogical, and historical examinations of popular culture, including interdisciplinary discussions and those which examine the intersections between American and international cultures. In addition to analyses provided by contributed articles, the Journal also encourages submissions for guest editions, interviews, and reviews of books, films, conferences, music, and technology.
We are excited about this new development in the studies of Popular Culture, and we look forward to your potential participation in this venture. For more information and to submit manuscripts, email Lynnea Chapman King, Editor in Chief, or Anna CohenMiller, Managing Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.