Peer Reviewing and Editorial Processes

Each submitted article that is deemed eligible will be sent for double blind peer review. On the basis of the reviews, the editors will then make a decision on whether to accept, accept on condition that minor changes are carried out, allow resubmission after major changes, or reject an article. Feedback will be provided to the author and, in some instances, suggestions and corrections will be given using Word’s Track Changes feature. After any requested corrections have been carried out to the reviewers and the Board’s satisfaction, the issue editors will copyedit the article, paying attention, as necessary, to expression, style, accuracy and formatting. These changes will be submitted to authors for approval. Further changes may be then suggested by the General Editor.

Research in Film and History reserves the right to reject an article at any stage in the editing process. Research in Film and History reserves the right to not publish commissioned work.

While no major alterations will be carried out without the author’s consent, the editors reserve the right to make minor editorial changes to any format, punctuation, grammar, or spelling errors.



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