All submissions are electronic. Articles or papers should be sent, as either a Word or PDF attachment, to the TJIA submissions email address: email@example.com
Submissions must include:
- A permanent email address (If you anticipate graduating prior to publication, please refrain from using your student email, as these frequently expire shortly after graduation)
- A contact phone number
- A permanent mailing address
- A separate title page that includes the author’s name and the title of the paper.
- A brief profile of the author on the second page of the manuscript.
- The rest of the manuscript should include no identifying marks; do not include a named heading.
- Submissions should be at least ten (10) pages, however, we will consider shorter submissions under special circumstances
- Submissions must be double-spaced, 12-pt Times New Roman Font with standard, 1-inch margins.
- Charts, tables, graphs, etc. from secondary sources may be used in-text, but written approval from the original source must be obtained prior to inclusion in the published journal.
- Submissions must have page numbers in the top, right-hand corner of the page.
- Submissions must be submitted as a Word document (.docx) file.
- Citations must adhere to the Chicago Manual of Style. The TJIA uses footnotes, as opposed to endnotes.
- Most questions can be addressed through the Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide or the full Chicago Manual of Style.
- Footnotes should be in Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3) rather than Roman numerals (I, II, III).
General Instructions (Footnotes):
- Use Chicago style format as shown below
- After cited once, use shortened footnote:
- Author last name “and” Second Author last name. Year of publication. Italicized work title.
- Example: Cohen and Jaidi. 2006. Morocco.
- For consecutively cited sources:
- Use “Ibid.”
- Be sure to ensure that font type is consistently maintained for all footnote entries. Beware that copying URL can introduce new font types.
- Ensure uniformity in capitalization for article titles:
- Example: “Alienation and Globalization in Morocco: Addressing the Social and Political Impact of Market Integration.”
Example of a Book source:
Shana Cohen and Larabi Jaidi. 2006. Morocco: Globalization and Its Consequences. Globalizing Regions. London, England: CRC Press, page number
Author first name author last name. Date of publication. Book Title. Location of Publication: Publisher, page number.
Example of an Online Journal source:
Shana Cohen. “Alienation and Globalization in Morocco: Addressing the Social and Political Impact of Market Integration.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 45, no. 1 (2003): 168–89. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3879486.
Author first name author last name. “Title of Article.” Journal Title, edition (date published): pages cited. Link, page number.
Example of a News Article/Online source:
Adam Taylor. 2015. “The Rise and Fall of the British Empire.” Washingtonpost.com. September 8, 2015.https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2015/09/08/map-the-rise-and-fall-of-the-british-empire/
Author first name author last name. Year of publication. “Title of Article.” Website url. Month of Publication Date of Publication, Year of Publication. URL, page number.
Example of a Speech source:
Martin Luther King Jr. 1963. “I Have a Dream.” Transcript of speech delivered at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC, August 28, 1963.
Speaker first name speaker last name. Year. “Speech Title.” Transcript of Speech delivered at Location Name, Month Day, Year.