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How do I submit an article for publication?
How do I submit a book review?
How do I submit a book for review?
Which style guide do I need to use for my article?
Who is involved in editing and publishing the Journal?
Where is the Sixteenth Century Journal indexed/abstracted?
How can I order or subscribe to the Journal?
Are back issues of the journal available? How can I order them?
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What is the Sixteenth Century Society & Conference?
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How do I submit an article for publication?

Contributions to the Sixteenth Century Journal are invited. Email queries may be made at David_Whitford@baylor.edu. Please follow the submission guidelines.

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How do I submit a book review?

Scholars interested in submitting a book review should contact Gary G. Gibbs at scj@roanoke.edu. More information about book reviews can be found at the Book Review website.

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How do I submit a book for review?

Books for review should be sent to:

Sixteenth Century Journal Book Review Office
Roanoke College
Department of History
Salem VA 24153-3794

All books received will be listed in the Sixteenth Century Journal. Please visit the Book Review website.

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Which style guide do I need to use for my article?

For all submissions, documentation must follow Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed. (2010).

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Who is involved in editing and publishing the Journal?

Information about the Editors, Editorial Committee, and Assistants may be found on the Staff page.

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Where is the Sixteenth Century Journal indexed/abstracted?

The SCJ is indexed/abstracted in: Abstracts of English Studies, ATLA Religion Database with ATLA Serials, America: History and Life, American Humanities Index, American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies (ABSEES), Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA), Web of Science (formerly Current Contents), EBSCOhost (vol.24 [1993]-), Historical Abstracts, Part A, Modern Historical Abstracts (1973-), Historical Abstracts Part B, Twentieth Century Abstracts (1973-), MLA International Bibliography of Books and Articles, Modern Language and Literature (complete edition), Recent Publications and Articles, Religion Index One: Periodicals (RIO), Religious and Theological Abstracts, Social Science Reference Sources

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How can I order or subscribe to the SCJ?

For information on ordering or subscribing to the Sixteenth Century Journal follow this link to the subscription page.

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Are back issues of the Sixteenth Century Journal available? How can I order them?

Back issues of SCJ 37(2006) through 44(2013) may be ordered here. For earlier volumes contact Kathryn Brammall.

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Where can I contact the Sixteenth Century Journal?

The SCJ may be contacted at:

Sixteenth Century Journal
Truman State University
100 E Normal Street
Kirksville, MO 63501-4221
USA

Tel: (660)785-4665
Fax: (660)785-4337
Email: scj@truman.edu

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Who do I contact for advertising rates?

For information about advertising and for rates, contact:

Kathryn Brammall, Managing Editor
Sixteenth Century Journal
Truman State University
100 E. Normal Street
Kirksville, MO 63501-4221
USA

Tel: 660-785-4665
Fax: 660-785-4337
Email: brammall@truman.edu

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What is the Sixteenth Century Society & Conference?

The Sixteenth Century Society & Conference is an interdisciplinary collection of scholars that sponsors the SCJ annual meeting and Prizes. For more information about the Society and the Annual Conference which takes place in late October, click here.

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How do I become a member of the Sixteenth Century Society & Conference?

Membership to the SCSC can be obtained by purchasing the Sixteenth Century Journal. An annual subscription to the SCJ includes individual membership in the SCSC.

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