Instructions for Authors

Articles submitted to the International Journal of Armenian Genocide Studies (IJAGS) are first reviewed and approved by the editor and in case of meeting the aims and scope and technical requirements of IJAGS are sent to peer review. Articles undergo double blind peer review by two reviewers in the field. Based on the result of reviews the editor makes decision about the publication or refusal of the publication of the material. The editor has the right to immediately refuse the submitted article for not satisfying the scientific and technical requirements of the IJAGS.


Your paper should be compiled in the following order: title page; abstract; keywords; introduction, main texts (materials and methods, results, discussion); conclusion; acknowledgments; appendices (as appropriate); table(s) with caption(s) (on individual pages); figures; figure captions (as a list). An abstract should contain 150-200 words. In case of necessity after the main text can be included an acknowledgment to the individuals or/and organizations.
Please supply a short biographical note for each author (no more than 200 words).

A typical paper for this journal should be between 6000 and 12,000 words.
Book reviews should be between 2,000-4,000 words.

Authors should submit their manuscripts via submission system by clicking on the "Make a Submission" button on the right sidebar and following the steps.
Manuscripts should follow the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th edition.
It is the responsibility of the author to obtain written permission (including payment of fees) to reprint or reproduce any material (including text, charts, tables, photographs, illustrations, etc.) that is under copyright, and to supply such permissions with the manuscript.

Please use double quotation marks, except where “a quotation is ‘within’ a quotation.” Place full stops and commas inside the quotation marks. Please note that long quotations should be indented without quotation marks as a separate insertion.
Use italics for titles of books, newspapers, journals and pamphlets, as well as for non-English words.

Up to ninety-nine in words, 100 upwards in numerals.
Eleven per cent in text, 11% in tables and figures.
7,000; 41,000.

24 April 1915
20th century