aimed at a general but sophisticated audience, Jews and others
seeking new ideas about the world. Covenant
is interested in both topical and thematic contributions, discussed
in accessible and engaging ways. The modern world, history, politics
and culture are all topics of interest to Covenant. Potential authors
should feel free to contact us at email@example.com with proposals,
suggestions for authors, and general comments.
submitted to Covenant for consideration should be original
contributions and should
not be under consideration by any other
publication at the same time. If another version of the
article is under consideration by another publication, or has
will be published elsewhere, please clearly indicate
this at the time of submission. Manuscripts should be submitted
(via e-mail or computer disk) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
is no standard length for articles but 2,000-5,000 words (including
notes and references) is a useful target.
should include a two line bio at the end of the article.
Style: Language, Spelling and Grammar
use American spelling and punctuation throughout (e.g., 'Recognize,'
not 'Recognise,' and 'color' not
'colour'). Punctuation should be placed inside
from one to ten should be spelled out, other numbers should
be written as numerals.
should be in the following form: December 21, 1999; 1994-98;
first use of an abbreviation should be in parentheses following
the full name or title [e.g. Former Soviet
words not known by the general public should be italicized,
such as hudna or mukhtar.
Style: Formatting Your Article
should be in bold, italic, and flush left. Skip
one line before subhead.(e.g.
Fact, Theory and Covenant)
articles should be in Times New Roman 12 point font (including
must be in Times New Roman 16 point font, centered.
line is center with capital B in By.
should be linked and have http:// at the beginning.
quotations (more than four lines) should be preceded
colon and indented in the
the use of quotation marks.
Journal Style: Endnotes
use the imbedded endnotes function in
rather than footnotes,
should be used.
I. Langmuir, Toward a Definition of Antisemitism (Berkeley
and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1990).
number of endnotes (please, no footnotes) should be kept to a
reasonable minimum. They should be numbered consecutively
throughout the article.