Instructions for Contributors
SUBMISSION OF ARTICLES
The Journal of Indo-European Studies welcomes submissions on any aspect of Indo-European history and culture. All submissions will be refereed by an appropriate panel. Articles should be submitted electronically to Emily West, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission by authors of a manuscript for publication in JIES shall be accepted as confirmation of the assignment of copyright to the Institute for the Study of Man, publisher of The Journal of Indo-European Studies, in the event the manuscript is accepted for publication. Submission also indicates authorization for the Institute for the Study of Man to distribute the article both in print and electronically, either directly or through agents, and to be entitled to any remuneration received therefrom. Authors retain the right to publish the article or any part of it elsewhere, providing that they acknowledge its prior appearance in JIES and withhold such secondary publication for a period of not less than twenty-four months after its publication in JIES. Inclusion of the article in an institutional repository prior to that period may be permitted by the Journal under certain conditions.
Authors are required to obtain permission for the reproduction or adaptation of any figures published in an article.
All sources, print and electronic, must be referenced. This includes sources for figures.
Each article must be prefaced with an abstract. Abstracts should clearly indicate the topic of the paper and briefly summarize its original contribution. Contributors are required to include an email address on their submission which will be anonymized.
Articles should be submitted in electronic form. The preferred format is Microsoft Word but any manuscripts involving diacritics, complex tables embedded in the text, or figures generated by the word processor should be accompanied by a PDF showing exact formatting. Figures should be submitted in a format supported by Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign.
Footnotes should not be used for referencing sources. They are for additional comment only.
In-text references should follow the following format:
(Hamp 1990a: 145-150)
a) use of the colon,
b) full page numbers (not 145-50),
c) avoid the use of ‘ibid’, ‘op cit’, ‘loc cit’.
Non-recoverable sources are to be cited in the text or footnotes, but not in the references, e.g., personal correspondence.
(R. L. Quinn, personal communication, September 28, 2019)
References should follow the following formats:
1987 Comparative Mythology. Baltimore and London: Johns
Birnbaum, Henrik and Jaan Puhvel (eds.)
1966 Ancient Indo-European Dialects. Berkeley and Los Angeles:
University of California.
Article in edited book
1966 Italo-Celtic revisited. In: Birnbaum, Henrik and Jaan
Puhvel (eds.) Ancient Indo-European Dialects, 29-50.
Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California.
1999 Near Eastern Aryans in Central Asia. Journal of Indo-
European Studies 27: 295-326.
Webpage with an author(s)
Mycenean civilization. Ancient History Encyclopedia.
(April 10, 2019).
Webpage with an organization as author
University of Texas at Austin, Linguistics Research Center
PIE etymon and IE reflexes. (April 16, 2020).