Material submitted to Central Europe must be original and not published, accepted or under consideration for publication elsewhere, or in another language. Permission to publish any and all copyright material must be obtained by the author before submission.
Copyright of all published material is retained by the publisher of Central Europe. Articles should not normally be longer than 8,000 words, including footnotes, and should be submitted with an abstract of not more than 200 words. However, contributions that fall outside this range may also be considered. Other contributions (marginalia, notes and queries and original documents) should aim at a corresponding and proportionate brevity.
Manuscripts must be clearly typed on one side of the paper only, double-spaced with ample margins. Pages should be numbered consecutively. If your manuscript is accepted for publication you will be expected to provide an electronic version as well as hard copy. Contributors unused to writing in English are strongly urged to have their material checked by a native English-speaker before submitting it to Central Europe.
Central Europe adheres to a strict house style, based on the guide below.