Guidelines

Nordic Theatre Studies, the leading academic journal for theatre scholars writing on all aspects of Nordic theatre (including the three Baltic countries, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) and for Nordic and Baltic theatre scholars writing on any aspect of theatre, invites researchers to contribute to its issues. The journal is divided into a thematic section and a section which is open to a broader scope of topics.

Proposals for contributions (both to the thematic section and to the open section) should be presented in a short abstract (200-300 words) and sent with a short biography (50 to 100 words) to the Editor-in-Chief Laura Gröndahl (laurakgröndahl@gmail.com). Manuscripts are to be submitted in English. The length of the article should be approximately 4,000 to 6,000 words including notes and references.

Nordic Theatre Studies is a peer-reviewed journal.

MANUSCRIPTS

Manuscripts must be submitted in English. The author is responsible for having the manuscript translated. Contributions to Nordic Theatre Studies should be submitted as an attachment (Word) to an e-mail. The length of the article should be between 4,000 and 6,000 words, including notes and references.

Editorial rules are available from the Editor-in-Chief and will be sent automatically to all authors whose articles are to be published. The editors reserve the right to reject any manuscript, whether it is a commissioned piece of work or a spontaneously submitted contribution. A manuscript sent to Nordic Theatre Studies must not be submitted to another publication at the same time. Nordic Theatre Studies does not publish translations of articles published elsewhere. Article submissions should be sent to the Editor-in-Chief, Laura Gröndahl (laurakgröndahl@gmail.com).