- Articles should be approximately 1200 words long, without footnotes or references.
- Include a short bio of the author (50 words).
- Hyperlinks are encouraged.
- A list of about five articles or books can be included at the end of an article as recommended further reading.
- Suggestions of illustrations (royalty-free) are welcome.
We encourage authors to avoid scientific jargon and write in a lively manner, with concrete examples that will speak to any educated reader.
Pick a narrow topic and dig deeper to show its different facets, with as many concrete examples as possible. You may want to hook the reader’s attention with one intriguing case, and highlight how the topic is a matter of globalization or a transnational issue.
As a general rule, authors should only write about topics on which they have demonstrated expertise. Please avoid the temptation to predict the future.
All articles will be carefully reviewed and fact-checked by the editors, and edited for style.
Please refer to our “Globalization” page to make sure your proposal falls into the scope of the journal.
In terms of article format, we welcome submissions in any of the four following categories.