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Manitoba History: Contributor Guidelines

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Manitoba History publishes scholarly, feature-length articles as well as shorter, popular articles, documentary selections, essays, pictorial essays, and reviews relating to the social, economic, political, intellectual, and cultural history of Manitoba and the Canadian West.

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Notes

Scholarly

Submissions should not normally be longer than twenty-five double-spaced pages (7,500 words), including endnotes. Contributors should consult The Chicago Manual of Style when formatting citations, and should allow sufficient time after submission for peer review. Email submission is preferred and all correspondence should be sent to journal@mhs.mb.ca.

Popular

Submissions for the Pageant section should not normally be longer than ten double-spaced pages (3,000 words) and do not require endnotes. These articles are not subject to peer review. Email submission is preferred and all correspondence should be sent to pageant@mhs.mb.ca.

News items

Submission for the Gazette section must be no more than one double-spaced page (300 words). These articles are not subject to peer review. Email submission is preferred and all correspondence should be sent to newsletter@mhs.mb.ca.

Email submissions of inquiries and manuscripts to the Editor-in-Chief are strongly encouraged. If sending manuscripts by regular mail, please send them to the MHS office.

Contributors are not paid but will receive copies of the issue containing their article.

Illustrations provided with article submissions are welcomed. Scanned images must be of sufficient resolution for high-quality reproduction, and no less than 300 dpi. Permission to publish photographs and artwork from archives or other repositories is the responsibility of the contributor. Manuscripts should be submitted electronically, preferably in Microsoft Word format. The Manitoba Historical Society assumes no responsibility for statements made by contributors.

Formatting Conventions

Authors are asked to conform to the following manuscript formatting conventions, as this will greatly facilitate the publication process.

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