Postcolonialism, Orientalism, and Video Games
Guest Editors: Souvik Mukherjee and Zahra Rizvi
Submission Deadline: January 31, 2023 (Full Papers)
Call for Papers: Postcolonialism, Orientalism, and Video Games
What to Submit
Submissions are welcome from scholars in any discipline. Text style follows the current edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. For further information, consult the Publishing Style Guide of the American Anthropological Association.
CyberOrient publishes peer-reviewed articles (5000-8000 words), comments (2000-4000 words) and book reviews (750+ words). For articles, please format your submission as follows:
- Cover page with your name, affiliation, address, article title. In case of multiple authors, state who is the Corresponding Author.
- Second page with article title, abstract (150-200 words) and three or four key words. Do not put your name on this page or on the pages of the following text.
- Article with references at the end, following the current edition of the Chicago Manual of Style.
Comments and book reviews will be reviewed by the editors. You may suggest book which you would like to review, but the final decision is up to the editors.
How to Submit
Please submit all materials electronically as attachments. Text should be in Word format, double spaced, in Times font at 12 point. Please do not submit in PDF format. Photographs and illustrations should be submitted in jpg or gif format with minimum 72 DPI. Send your submission to the editor-in-chief, at email@example.com or to the associate editors, at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. You should receive confirmation of your submission by email within a few days.
- Deadline for winter issue is April 1.
- Deadline for summer issue is October 1.
Submitted manuscripts are subjected to initial checks to assess their suitability for review (e.g. completeness and relevance). After that, the manuscript proceeds to the reviewers. The double-blind peer review is applied, which means that the reviewers of the paper will not be able to know the identity of the author(s), and the author(s) will not be able to know the identity of the reviewer. The reviewers comment on the quality of the work, as well as on its originality and its importance. The turn-around time for the peer review process is a maximum of two months.
Permissions and Copyright
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