The Analysis invites original contributions on a rolling basis on the issues of environment, health, gender, law and human rights.
We have started a new section – ‘Law and Popular Culture.’ The aim of having this section is to create a space for discourse on the manner in which law is being depicted and perceived, implicitly or explicitly, in literature and cinema. Submissions under this section can be made on the intersectionality of law with literature and cinematic works in the form of blogs, reviews, stories, poetry, satire, cartoons, and illustrations.
Submit your write up at firstname.lastname@example.org
General guidelines for submission:
- The submission must be an original and unpublished work.
- Submission must be free from plagiarism, otherwise, it will be rejected.
- Submission can be in English or Hindi.
- For the Law & Popular Culture section, submission can be in English / Hindi / Kannada / Tamil / Magadhi / Bhojpuri.
- English style: UK
- Font Style: Arial
- Font Size: 12
- Alignment: Justified
- Word limit: 800 to 1200 words (not applicable to poetry)
- Co-authorship of a maximum of 2 people is permitted.
- Source to be cited only as hyperlinks. Endnotes are not allowed.
- Submissions must be made in (.doc/.docx) formats only.
- Email Subject: “TA Submission”
- Authors should name the file as the title of the submission_author name. e.g., ‘Title of manuscript_Author’s name’.
- Authors are required to send a brief bio (2-3 lines) along with their submissions.
- Upon submission, every manuscript will undergo an editorial review. The Editorial Team of TA reserves the right to edit the work of the author(s).
- The status of publication/rejection will be intimated to the author(s) within 15 days from the date of receipt of the submission. If no communication is received within the given time period, kindly consider that we have been unable to accept your writeup.
To get an idea of our writings and work, feel free to visit: theanalysis.org.in