Language in Conflict invites contributions from all interested parties, covering a wide range of topics inspired by authors' individual backgrounds and interests. In general, articles should consider the use of language in conflict and conflict resolution from either a linguistic or conflict studies perspective, or reflect on it from a practitioner's point of view.
A few general guidelines:
• Articles should be no longer than 1500 words.
• We do not normally accept contributions submitted to several publications at the same time, as we prefer not to reproduce material available elsewhere. Please also let us know if your article has already been published elsewhere, either online or in print.
• Please supply us with any links that provide context, explanation or further reading relating to your article.
• If this is the first time you are writing for Language in Conflict, please provide a brief overview of your professional background, interests and any other information you consider relevant for your readers. Once your article has been published, your author profile will become available in the alphabetical Our Authors section.
• Articles on Language in Conflict are published under a Creative Commons Non-Commercial License, which allows re-publication by non-commercial / non-profit organisations for free. Please read our Terms and Conditions before submitting your article.
All submissions are reviewed and responded to individually, so please bear with us if it takes us a little while to get back to you.
To submit an article to be published on the Language in Conflict website, you will need to register and then log into your account using your username and password. Then click the 'Submit an Article' button at the top right to access the text editor window and enter your article. You can also view the slideshow at the bottom of this page for an introduction on how to use the editor interface.