The Red Sea Journal
The institute is pleased to announce the creation of its journal for the study of the Red Sea and surrounding regions. The journal will be peer reviewed and published online beginning in 2017. We welcome submissions on the anthropological fields--anthropology, archaeology, and ethnography, as well as history when pertinent to the aforementioned disciplines.
Articles submitted to the journal should be original works by the author or authors, and must not have been published elsewhere. Articles should be a minimum of 5000 words. Shorter submissions can be published as a note. Submissions should be in English with American or British spellings.
Full color figures, photographs, and illustrations necessary to the text are encouraged. These should be appropriately credited and accompanied by any necessary reproduction permissions. These should be at a minimum of 300 dpi and in the tiff format.
We do not accept unsolicited reviews.
Submissions should be sent as a word document (doc or docx) to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Red Sea Journal follows the Chicago Manual of Style.
Notes and bibliography generated by programs such as Mendeley, etc. are encouraged.
End notes are used exclusively.
The first reference to a work must contain full bibliographic information, and thereafter the author(s) last name, date, and page(s). For example:
Notes may discuss pertinent information related to the text, but lengthy discussions should be incorporated into the text itself.
A complete bibliography must be included. Please do not abbreviate journal titles. Examples:
For all other style questions please consult the Chicago Manual of Style.