FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Who can write for us?

We are not looking for any person or profession in particular. Anyone who has an interest in
social history and has an interesting idea or concept that he would like to explore and share with
our readers is welcome to submit his work.

Why should I submit my work here?

Writing for us will allow you to become a part of community of informed and enlightened social
history writers who seek to expand the knowledge base in this academic discipline. By
contributing to the body of literature in this field of study, you help other people become more
aware of the past and its lessons. More importantly, you also get to promote yourself to our loyal
and dedicated readers.

What should I include in the article?

For articles to be considered for publication, make sure that it is accurate and factual. This is
one of our most important rules here. A well-researched and well-written article will always be
prioritized for publication. Plagiarism is not acceptable and your work should not be previously
published anywhere else.

I don’t have an article yet. Do you accept article pitches?

Yes, before submitting your pitch, make sure that the following are included: the topic that you
will be covering, a working title, a rough estimate of the length of your piece, and any relevant
information about yourself and your writing or academic experience.

Do you have any citation or style guidelines?

Sources should be properly cited. We do not have a required citation style, but APA or MLA is
preferred.

Do you have any other conditions before I can write for you?

Here are our usual terms for our contributors. We reserve the right to choose what we post and
do not post on the site. After you submit an article, our team of editors will look through it for
corrections, and we will send it back to you for review. Once your article is approved, we also
reserve the right to add appropriate links, images, and other style changes. Minor changes such
as grammar or wording edits may be made without your consent.