Call for papers in upcoming issue of Alchemist Journal of Humanities (AJH)
Interestingly, contemporary studies, including literary studies, study of dalit-literature, subaltern literary theory, women studies, cross-cultural studies, and other innovative ideas related to interdisciplinary subjects are being installed into the syllabi of Universities across the country. Research is becoming more demanding and publishing of research papers during PhD course have become integral part to validate the originality of work. Keeping this in the mind, here AJH will provide an opportunity to budding scholars to publish their research papers on monthly peered review journal.
Editor: Ravinder Kumar
Address: HN 1410, Sector 3, HUDA, UE, AndKurukshetra-Haryana (India) 136131
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributors may contact the editor for advice on publication if they wish – email above. Otherwise the following guidelines are offered:
The Journal takes the following:
• Short articles and essays 2000-3000 words
• Research Reports
• Letters to the Editor re published articles
• Book Reviews
New authors are asked to submit the following with their paper:
• Details of their academic qualifications
• Their current place of work – title, address
• A head and shoulders photograph of themselves
• Their email address
All articles must be submitted by email
Contributors are asked to observe the following format where possible:
Title: 14pt Times Roman Font
Name: Author’s name and brief biography
Body: 10pt Times Roman Font for text
9pt Times Roman Font for tables
References in text:
Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 6th ed. New York: MLA, 2003.
Lastname, Firstname. Title of the Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year.
Lastname, Firstname. “Title of the Article.”Name of the Scholarly JournalVolume.Issue (Date): first page-last page.
Lastname, Firstname. “Title of the Newspaper Article.”Title of the Newspaper Date, edition: SectionPagenumber+.
“The Title of the Article.” Title of Magazine
Date: page number. Name of the Library Database
Name of the Service. Name of the library with city, state abbreviation. Date of access <URL>.