The editors and the board welcome submissions of scholarly and critical essays on any subject, using any convincing method, so long as they contribute significantly to our understanding of English literary culture, 1660-1700.
While preferring essays of 5000-7500 words (including notes), the editorial board will evaluate essays of any length. Restoration encourages submissions from scholars at the beginnings of their careers; however, seminar papers, conference presentations, and dissertation chapters should be revised to conform to the expectations of an academic essay.
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to email@example.com. Manuscripts should conform to current MLA style, be double-spaced throughout, and avoid all authorial self-reference.
If you are unable to submit electronically, please address manuscripts to:
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RESTORATION seeks compilers for the semiannual, annotated listing, "Some Current Publications." Those interested should apply by letter to the Editor and should be recommended by a recognized scholar qualified to comment on the applicant's competence and reliability in meeting deadlines. Advanced graduate students are especially encouraged to apply.