American Catholic Studies
Description/ Purpose: American Catholic Studies is the Journal of the American Catholic Historical Society, and is the oldest, continuously published Catholic scholarly journal in the United States. American Catholic Studies has won several awards in the refereed competition of the Catholic Press Association, including first and second place General Excellence Awards in the category of Best Catholic Scholarly Journal. American Catholic Studies is a double-blind refereed journal that publishes high quality studies and book reviews for academics, opinion leaders, and informed general readers. We welcome submissions in the fields of U.S. Roman Catholic history, sociology, theology, architecture, art, cinema, music, popular movements, and related areas that we believe our readers will find to be of particular interest.
Address/ Phone/ Website: American Catholic Studies, St. Mary's Hall, Villanova University 800 Lancaster Avenue, Villanova, PA 19085 - Phone (610) 519-5470 – Fax (610) 519-7304 - Web http://www.publications.villanova.edu/acs/.
Subscription Info.: Published quarterly, $40 annual subscription ($60 – outside U.S.), send to: American Catholic Studies, Subscription Services, P.O. Box 465, Hanover, PA 17331-0465
Submission Format: Authors interested in submitting an article for possible publication should do so electronically to email@example.com in Microsoft Word format with the understanding that the manuscript has not been previously published and is not being considered for publication elsewhere.
Annual Proceedings of the Villanova Theology Institute
Description/Purpose: To publish full papers given by presenters of the Theology Institute.
Editor/Contact: Joan Davis, Administrative Assistant or Darlene Weaver, PhD., Editor
Subscription Info: $15 for Annual Volume. Only checks or money orders.
Submission Format: Submission by invitation only.
Description/Purpose: A journal of Villanova University on the life, work, thought and influence of Saint Augustine of Hippo.
Editor/Contact: Allan D. Fitzgerald, O.S.A.
Address/Phone/Website: Augustinian Studies, 800 Lancaster Avenue, Villanova University, Villanova, PA 19085; Fax: (610) 519 6697; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.library.villanova.edu/sermons/augustiniana.html
Subscription Info: Annual subscription cost is $28.00 for individuals, $36.00 for institutions. Please add $5.00 for shipping outside the United States. All correspondence regarding subscriptions, renewals, and matters regarding the journal’s distribution should be addressed to: Philosophy Documentation Center P.O. Box 7147, Charlottesville, VA 22906-7147 (800) 444-2419 (toll free within the US and Canada) (434) 220-3300, Fax: (434) 220-3301 email@example.com Augustinian Studies -- ISSN 0094-5323 Library of Congress Card Catalog Number: 79-141613
Submission Format: The Editors welcome contributions from a variety of disciplines and perspectives, including history, philosophy, and theology. Although the primary emphasis of the journal is the study of Augustine himself, articles illuminating aspects of the study of Augustine more broadly conceived (for example, studies of other persons, groups, or issues in Augustine’s time, or the extent that such studies bear on or contribute to an understanding of Augustine’s life and thought and on the influences on Augustine or on his influence on others. The annual Saint Augustine Lecture, given each Fall at Villanova University, is published in the pages of this journal. Augustinian Studies also prints substantive review articles on appropriate publications. In the preparation of manuscripts, authors are requested to follow the Chicago Manual of Style. Full titles of Augustine’s works may be used; when abbreviations are used, those given in Augustine Through the Ages: an Encyclopedia or in the Augustinus-Lexikon are preferred. When citing the book, chapter and paragraph for one of Augustine's works, the style of the critical edition should be used. The texts of ancient authors which are given in modern translation in the text should usually be accompanied by the original text in note. In some cases it may be preferable to include key Latin or Greek terms within the text in parentheses at appropriate places.
Articles are to be submitted in manuscript form (one clean, double-spaced copy with endnotes) — preferably accompanied by a copy on disk. In order to allow manuscripts to be evaluated in ignorance of the author’s name and institutional affiliation, the editor requests that such information be given in an accompanying letter and not on the manuscript itself. A decision will normally be reached within three to four months of receiving a paper. Manuscripts will not normally be returned.
Description/Purpose: An interdisciplinary journal of Graduate Studies at Villanova University
Editor/Contact: The Center for Liberal Education, SAC 104
Address/Phone/Website: 800 Lancaster Avenue, Villanova University, Villanova, PA 19085;
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Description/Purpose: The Journal of the College Theology Society.
Editor/Contact: Anthony Godzieba; Eileen Flanagan, Book Review Editors; Ellen Murray, R.S.M., Business Editor; Sarah Glaser, Editorial Assistant
Address/Phone/Website: Horizons, Journal of the CTS, St. Mary's Hall, Villanova University, Villanova, PA 19085; (610) 519-7302; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subscription Info: $16 individual, $40 institutional. Send remittance payable to: College Theology Society, P.P. Box 465, Hanover, PA 17331. Horizons is automatically received through membership in the College Theology Society. Published biannually in Spring and Fall.
Submission Format: In submitting manuscripts, please send four clear copies. Author's name should appear only on an unpaginated cover sheet, with address and essay's title. No other identifying reference to author should appear on the manuscript. All references to author's work in text or notes should be in the third person. Essay's title should appear at the top of first page of text. Notes should be placed on separate sheets at end. Full double spacing should be used throughout, including indented quotations and notes. Top, bottom, and right-hand margins should be at least one inch; left-hand margins at least one-and-a-half. Manuscripts should be accompanied by an abstract of one hundred fifty words or less and an author vita of one hundred words or less. Authors should state that the manuscript will not be submitted to another journal until Horizons' evaluation is completed. Manuscripts will be returned if postage is supplied.
Description/Purpose: The official publication of the Friends Historical Association (FHA). The FHA is devoted to the study, preservation, and publication of material related to the history of the Religious Society of Friends.
Editor/Contact: Charles Cherry
Subscription Info: Semiannual, sent free to members of Friends Historical Association. Libraries may subscribe through the membership office (Friends Historical Association, Haverford College Library, Haverford, PA 19041) at $15 per annum. Single Copies are sold for $7.50. Cumulative five-year indexes free to subscribers.
Submission Format: In preparing MSS for submission contributors should use MLA or Chicago style. Contributors should submit both paper and disc versions of proposed articles.
Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Description/Purpose: Published under the auspices of the Pakistan American Foundation. The Journals major objective is to provide a forum for scholars engaged in study of the modern Islamic and non-Islamic societies and leaders in public affairs in a wide range of areas and disciplines.
Editor/Contact: Dr. Hafeez Malik
Address/Phone/Website: 800 Lancaster Avenue, 421 St. Augustine Center, Villanova University, Villanova, PA 19085; (610) 519-4738 or (610) 519-4791; email@example.com
Subscription Info: $30 individual; $35 Institutional; $40 Foreign. Includes postage and handling, sent 4 times per year, Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall.
Submission Format: Articles are invited from all parts of the world. They should be between 2,000 and 6,000 words and in size 12 font, double-spaced, with footnotes and must follow the Chicago Manual of Style. The Journal will be published in English. Articles written in other languages may not be submitted. Submission of an article will be taken to imply that it has not been previously published and is not on offer to any other publisher. Please submit articles via email as an attached Microsoft Word document to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also include a brief three to six line autobiography.