Authors are asked to send one hard copy of the manuscript along with digital copy on CD (compact disk) to:
In order to save paper and postage costs, authors may print their submissions on both sides of the page and may use line-and-a-half spacing. The manuscript must be submitted in a form appropriate for blind review. The author's name should appear only on a separate title page. The body of the manuscript must contain nothing that reveals the author's identity. Articles should be no longer than 25,000 words (approximately 100 double-spaced pages). Since The Owl of Minerva is an international journal, citations of sources originally written in a language other than English must refer to sections or pages in original language editions as well as to English translations. Full bibliographical information must be given for all sources, and citations must conform to the style requirements of The Chicago Manual of Style (latest edition).
The Owl will not consider a manuscript that is currently under consideration elsewhere or has been published previously, except in special circumstances and with the prior approval of the Editor.
Articles accepted for publication must be re-submitted on a 3.5" computer disk or CD with double spacing throughout (including notes) and a double-spaced hard copy. Notes should be arranged as end notes at the end of the article. The preferred word processing programs are Microsoft Word, Word Perfect for Windows, or an rtf file. Please check disks for viruses.
Books for Review
Publishers should send review copies of books to:
Authors or editors of new books on Hegel or Hegel-related topics are asked to send the Editor of The Owl the following:
Recent graduates of doctoral programs who have written dissertations focused on Hegel or Hegel-related topics are asked to send the Editor of The Owl a dissertation abstract of seventy-five words or less together with the following information:
The abstract should identify the dissertation's research area, not summarize the argument.
Permission to reprint, in whole or in part, any work published in The Owl
must be obtained in writing from both the Editor and the author, except for fair
scholarly use such as personal research or reference, limited classroom use, or
brief quotations in a review or essay.