Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History is a refereed journal.

Articles submitted to Holocaust Studies should be original contributions and should not be under consideration for any other publication at the same time. If another version of the article is under consideration by another publication, or has been, or will be published elsewhere, authors should clearly indicate this at the time of submission.

There is no standard length for articles but 9–10,000 words (including notes and references) is a useful target. The article should begin with an indented and italicised summary of around 100 words, which should describe the main arguments and conclusions of the article.

Details of the author’s institutional affiliation, full address and other contact information should be included on a separate cover sheet. Any acknowledgements should be included on the cover sheet as should a note of the exact length of the article.

All diagrams, charts and graphs should be referred to as figures and consecutively numbered. Tables should be kept to a minimum and contain only essential data. Each figure and table must be given an Arabic numeral, followed by a heading, and be referred to in the text.

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Authors are responsible for ensuring that the final version of their article conforms to the journal style.

Headings, sub-headings, and sub-sub headings should be clearly differentiated on the copy.

Use standard UK spelling; ‘ise’ endings. Use antisemite, antisemitic. Capitalise North, South, East and West when used globally but use northern, western, south-eastern etc. Use per cent rather than percent or %.

Dates should be given in the form 7 December 1998; 1994–98 and the 1990s.
Numbers should be spelled out from one to ten then given as numerals.

Notes should be numbered consecutively through the article with a raised numeral corresponding to the list of notes placed at the end. The journal uses the British Chicago Notes System. Bibliographic citations are provided in short notes (endnotes), supplemented by a list of references which includes all works cited in the notes. This British version uses single quote marks, double within single, and punctuation outside quotes.

In Notes:
Marrus, Holocaust in History, 65–76.

In References:
Michael M. Marrus, The Holocaust in History (London: Penguin Books, 1989).

Chapters in Books
In Notes:
Pokorny, ‘The Survivor Syndrome’, 93–4.

In References:
Michael R. Pokorny, ‘The Survivor Syndrome’, in Soul Searching: Studies in Judaism and Psychotherapy, ed. Howard Cooper (London: SCM Press, 1988).

Articles in Journals
In Notes:
Kushner, ‘Horns and Dilemmas’, 276.

In References:
T. Kushner, ‘Horns and Dilemmas: Jewish Evacuees in Britain During the Second World War’, Immigrants and Minorities 7, no.3 (1988): 273–91.