Last edited 14 March 2019
For the foreseeable future, Skepsi will not be published.
We regret that currently we can only accept articles submitted to us in response to the current Call for Articles.
Articles must be in English, between 5,000 and 8,000 words long, and accompanied by an abstract of about 250 words and brief biographical details of the author, both of which may, if desired be included in one file with the article. If quotations from works originally published in a language other than English are included, please observe the following conventions:
- If the works have a published translation into English, the quotations may be either solely from the published translation or from the original language version followed by the published translation.
- If the works do not have a published translation into English, the quotations must be from the original language version followed by a translation by the author of the article.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions (email contact in sidebar).
All the articles which are submitted to Skepsi are double-blind peer reviewed (the peer review will be blind both for the author and the peer-reviewer). Our peer reviewing system guarantees the quality and the originality of our publications.
As a peer reviewer you will read and give anonymous feedback (style, presentation, originality, scholarly merits) on academic articles in your field of study. Based on your comments, as well as other factors including the comments of another peer-reviewer, the editorial board will then choose which articles to publish. You will have to make sure that the submission requirements of the journal are met by the submitted articles, using the peer review response form and guidelines that will be sent to you.
If you are interested in becoming a peer-reviewer for Skepsi, please complete the Registration Form and send it to us with a current academic CV (email contact in sidebar). We will confirm whether or not your details have been added to our database of peer reviewers. We will contact you again when we have an article which belongs to your field. However, please do not be discouraged, if it’s some time before this happens. Each issue of the journal is dedicated to a particular theme and only contains on average four articles.
Proof Readers and Copy Editors
Skepsi is always looking for new additions to its devoted team of proof readers and copy editors and will particularly welcome anyone with experience in these fields. If you wish to join our team in either of these roles, complete the Registration Form and send it to us with a current academic CV (email contact in sidebar). We will provide you with all the information you need to start working with us.