for Submission of Manuscripts:
Manuscripts are to be sent to the
Editor, BRIDGES, Editorial and Marketing Offices,
P.O. Box 3075
Oakton, VA 22124
Authors alone are responsible for the content of their articles,
the accuracy and completeness of their bibliographic citations,
and all necessary permissions for quotations and photographs.
The Editorial Board of BRIDGES welcomes manuscripts that are
apropos to the Statement of Purpose. Submissions shall be
no longer than 15 double-space typed or word-processed pages
(~4,500 words) in length (excluding endnotes). Except for
quotations, manuscripts must be in English. Notes shall be
numbered consecutively and appear at the end of the manuscript
in a Scholarly Periodical
Gordon D. Kaufman, "Nuclear Eschatology and the Study of
Religion," Journal of the American Academy of Religion
51 (1982): 3.
Book With One Author Paul K. Feyerabend, Against Method: Outline
of an Anarchistic Theory of Knowledge (London: NLB, 1975), p.
Book With One Author (and translators) Ernst Cassirer, The Problem
of Knowledge: Philosophy, Science, and History since Hegel,
trans. William H. Woglom and Charles W. Hendel (New Haven: Yale
University Press, 1950), pp. 139-43.
Book With Two Editors
Imre Lakatos and Alan Musgrave, eds., Criticism and the Growth
of Knowledge (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1970), p.
New York Times, 6 February 2002, p. 3.
Margins shall be no less than one inch on all sides of the page.
(no carbons or dot matrix) of each manuscript must be sent.
Enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope to ensure return.
BRIDGES is not responsible for any damage or loss incurred in
mailing. Allow approximately 3 months for reply. Especially
helpful are electronic submissions that are compatible with
International Business Machine (IBM) personal computers, specifically
those manuscripts created using Corel WordPerfect 10 software
on DOS-formatted 3.5" diskettes or CD-ROM. Articles shall
contain a 150-word abstract, to be submitted as a separate page.
A listing of six to eight keywords should be included on the
page with the abstract. Article titles should be very informative
to assist in retrieval from data base searches. Authors shall
also submit a 100-word vita that includes the reasons why they
wrote their particular piece. Because manuscripts will be evaluated
on an anonymous basis, authors should have no reference to their
name on any other than the Title Page.
No manuscript will be considered for publication if it is concurrently
under consideration by another journal or press or if it has
been published or is soon to be published elsewhere. Both restrictions
apply to the substance as well as to the exact wording of the
manuscript. The Editor reserves the right to copy-edit all accepted
manuscripts in accord with current University of Chicago Manual
of Style guidelines. Sexist language will also be altered at
the Editor's discretion. The Editor may suggest other changes
in the interest of clarity and economy of expression; such changes
are not made without consultation with authors. The Editor is
the final arbiter of length, grammar, and usage.