AHI Foundation Policy Journal Guidelines for Authors
The AHIF Policy Journal invites authors to submit articles on recent policy and historical developments that affect U.S.’s relationship with Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Southeastern Europe and the Middle East.
How to Submit
Authors are encouraged to submit proposals or completed articles to Yola Pakhchanian, via email at [email protected]. For any questions, please contact Mrs. Pakhchanian at Tel: 202.785.8430
For proposals: send a one-page description about the content of your proposed essay. This can be like a formal abstract or more informal. If you wish, add your personal interest and any unique motivations regarding this work.
Submitted completed manuscripts must be original and not currently under review elsewhere. The manuscripts must be accompanied by 50-to-100-word biographical note introducing the contributor’s education background, current affiliations, research interests, recent publications and full contact details (email, phone, fax and postal).
Format for Submissions
- All submissions must be in English and submitted electronically (in Microsoft Word format).
- The article should be written in Times New Roman font.
- Title should be in size 16. Author’s name should be in size 14. Title and author should be centered. Subheadings flush left in size 12
- The main text should be written in size 12.
- Use endnotes. No footnotes. No citation within the text.
- Further reading should be listed alphabetically by author at the end of the paper.
- Textual style: generally, follow the Chicago Manual of Style.
- Always use Greece, not Hellas, for identifying the nation state. Use Hellenic to indicate a culture broader than that of a nation state.
- Render geographical names in standard English: Crete, not Kriti.
Requirements for each category of submission
Scholarly manuscripts should be approximately 7,000 to 8,000 words. Longer manuscripts will be considered only in exceptional circumstances.
Book reviews should be approximately 1,000-2,000 words unless another length has been mutually agreed on.
Shorter articles, essays or briefing papers
The journal encourages the submission of shorter articles of a timely nature. These should be approximately 2,500 to 3,500 words in length and require few citations. Unsolicited articles are welcomed.
A special category of our journal are essays titled Emerging Voices of Greek America which features the work of young Greek Americans and phil-Hellenes. Many may still be attending a university.
The Review Process
By necessity the timing of the review process varies, but we hope to reply to authors within three to four weeks of receiving the submission.
The AHIF shall acquire the copyright to all works published in the AHIF policy journal and have the right of first publication in any format including print and online. The AHIF may, in its sole discretion, edit the content of each work submitted for publication
All rights reserved. All articles appearing in the AHIF Policy Journal are the copyright of the Journal. The online edition is free to individuals and institutions. Copies of the individual articles are strictly prohibited. Reproduction, storage or transmission of this work in any form or by any means beyond that permitted by Sections 107 and 108 of the U.S. Copyright Law is unlawful without prior permission in writing of the publisher, or in accordance with the terms of licenses issued by the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) and other organizations authorized by the publisher to administer reprographic reproduction rights. Distribution of the published articles for research or educational purposes is possible, but requires the formal authorization of the Journal editor and the authors. Commercial use of the AHIF Policy Journal or the articles contained herein is expressly prohibited without the written consent of the Managing Editor.