The Journal of Badiou Studies accepts submissions in both English (British English) and French.
The standard length of article submissions should be between 6,000-10,000 words and reviews up to 6,000 words. All submissions will be considered on their individual merits.
All submissions should be sent as a Microsoft Word document, and formatted in Times New Roman, 12-point font with pagination and 1.5 line spacing throughout.
The Journal of Badiou Studies follows the MHRA (Modern Humanities Research Association) style guide a summary of which can be found here, as well as a complete pdf guide here. All references should be given in footnotes (no in-text, author-date references). DOI (Digital Object Identifier) numbers should be given for all reference with a DOI registration; information on how this should be presented can be found in section 11.2.11 (p. 71) of the MHRA pdf guide.
All article submissions should include a title page with an additional 300 word abstract, as well as up to eight key words. Abstracts should clearly and concisely convey: the article’s context, rationale and central problematic; the approach/methodology adopted within the article; as well as a statement of the conclusion(s) reached and the following implication(s). Authors should prepare manuscripts for double-blind peer review: please redact or remove any content (e.g., self-references) and document meta-data which may identify the author.
All submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line indicating the intended section and the author’s name: ‘[Art/Love/Misc/Politics/Review/Science] – [Author’s Name]’ (e.g., ‘Science – Georges Peyrol’).
All contributions to the Journal of Badiou Studies are published on the Journal of Badiou Studies website in an online Open Access format, under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, in addition to being made available in print-on-demand editions published by punctum books. Further information on rights and licensing can be found here.