The Chinese Historical Review (CHR) invites scholars to
submit manuscripts of original and solid research concerning the history
of China, China's historical relations with the world, history of the
overseas Chinese, and comparative studies of history in general.
The editors also welcome research notes, historiographical essays, and
featured reviews of books, especially those covering recent historical
scholarship published in Chinese. Article manuscripts are reviewed
anonymously by external referees. CHR does not consider a submission for
publication if it is concurrently under consideration elsewhere.
Article manuscripts normally should not exceed 10,000
words, excluding notes, tables, and other forms of data. Research notes
should not exceed 3,500 words. Book reviews are normally between 1,200
and 1,500 words except for featured book reviews. All texts, including
footnotes, quotations and tables should be double spaced. The style of
writing should conform to The Chicago Manual of Style (15th ed). CHR
uses the pinyin system for Romanization of Chinese
characters, except for commonly used names. A bibliography of all
cited Chinese sources in an article submission should be attached to the submission.
Article authors should also submit an abstract of 250 words and a short biographic note highlighting
their academic training and publications.
For CHR style sheet, click
submissions in text (three copies) and electronic (WORD)
format to: The Chinese Historical Review, 225 Keith Hall, Indiana
University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA 15705, U.S.A. or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org