Manuscripts must be submitted electronically to the editor-in-chief (firstname.lastname@example.org) as Microsoft Word documents with “Submission to Different Visions” in the subject line of the email message. All submissions must include a discussion of the author’s theoretical framework in the introduction to the article. Manuscripts must be in English and cannot exceed 7,500 words. Citations must be in the form of endnotes and follow the Chicago style. All quotations must be in English in the main text with the original language in the notes. Since the peer review process is blind, the author must remove all instances in the text where he or she is identified, including in the notes. All text and notes must be double-spaced. Accepted submissions will be published in PDF format.
For the initial submission: authors may include embedded images within the Microsoft Word document or include .jpg images as attachments along with the text of the article. Attached illustrations must be numbered and correspond with figure numbers in the text, and the author must provide a list of illustrations with complete identifying information. Illustrations for both initial and accepted submissions should not exceed 720 x 720 pixels (10 inches, either horizontal or vertical, at 72 dpi). If total file size of the submission exceeds 2 MB, please contact the editor to arrange submitting files in multiple e-mails or via FTP.
For articles accepted for publication: in cases where the author does not hold copyright, he or she is required to obtain permissions, pay any associated fees, and provide documentation of permissions to the editor-in-chief. Images for the final publication should be in .jpg format and in color when possible. Links between images and copyright holders’ web sites (i.e. a link to the Morgan Library) can be accommodated if required.
Audio Clips and Virtual Tours
Audio clips must be .mp3 files and may be submitted either electronically or via a CD-Rom or DVD-Rom. Quick Time virtual tours must be submitted as .mov files.
Open Access and Copyright
Open access means that all issues of Different Visions are freely available on the public internet as full-text articles, which can be downloaded, searched, and crawled for indexing without charge. Authors retain copyright, and should be properly acknowledged and cited, but Different Visions retains perpetual rights to publish and re-purpose articles under its auspices.