Globalistics and Globalization Studies

Preparation of manuscripts. Articles should generally be no longer than 9000 words, review articles should not exceed 2500 words, and brief reviews should be no longer than 600 words. A separate sheet should give the author's name and academic affiliation, the title and a short abstract of no more than 150 words. All contributions, whether articles or reviews, should be clearly typed on one side of A4 paper or American Quarto, double-spaced and with wide margins throughout (including footnotes and bibliographical references). Footnotes, references, tables, and charts should be typed on separate pages.

Footnotes should be kept to a minimum. Essential notes should be presented in a typed list at the end of the article, double spaced.

Bibliographical references should be given in parentheses in standard author-date form in the body of the text: (Lee and Devore 1968: 236). A complete list of references cited, arranged alphabetically by author's surname, should be typed at the end of the article along the following lines:

Soros, G. 2000. The Open Society. Reforming Global Capitalism. New York: Public Affairs.

Schaebler, B., and Stenberg, L. (eds.) 2004. Globalization and the Muslim World: Culture, Religion, and Modernity. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

Thomson, J. E. 1995. State Sovereignty in International Relations: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Empirical Research. International Studies Quarterly 39(2): 213–233.

Slaughter, A. M. 2000. Governing the Global Economy through Government Networks. In Byers, M. (ed.), The Role of Law in International Politics (pp. 177–205). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

McCall, D. F. 1975. The Hornbill and Analogous Forms in West African Sculpture. In McCall, D.F., & Bay, E.G. (eds.), African Images: Essays in African Iconology (pp. 268–324). New York - London: Routledge.

Subheadings should be typed flush left without preceding numbers or letters. Where subheadings are of a different order of importance this should be indicated by A, B, or C penciled in the margin.

Quotations. Single inverted commas should be used except for quotations within quotations, which should have double inverted commas. Quotations of more than about 60 words should be set off from the text with an extra line of space above and below, and typed without inverted commas.

For the detailed guidelines, please, contact Editors: Prof. Leonid E. Grinin, Volgograd Center for Social Research, Russia,; Prof. Tessaleno Devezas, University of Beira Interior, Portugal,; Prof. Andrey V. Korotayev, Russian State University for the Humanities,