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Editors-in-Chief Edwin Seroussi, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Assaf Shelleg, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Editorial Advisory Board Sarah Ross, Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover Klára Móricz, Amherst College Brigid Cohen, New York University Heidy Zimmermann, Paul Sacher Stiftung Judit Frigyesi Niran, Bar-Ilan University Paula Eisenstein Baker, University of St. Thomas Francesco Spagnolo, University of California, Berkeley Mark Kligman, UCLA James Loeffler, University of Virginia Judah M. Cohen, Indiana University Ariel Hirschfeld, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem WalterZeev Feldman, New York University
Language Editors Susan Kennedy, Van Leer Institute of Jerusalem
Publisher De Gruyter Poland Bogumiła Zuga 32A Str. 01-811 Warsaw, Poland T: +48 22 701 50 15
Instructions for Authors
Peer-review process in Yuval is double-blind. Original articles that are not under review elsewhere should not exceed 11,000 words but no less than 8,000 (footnotes and bibliography included). Citations should follow the latest version of the Chicago Manual of Style, using author-date system. For examples please also consult the latest articles published in the new online version.
A single Word document (.docx please) should contain the following: the text of the submission; figures, captions, tables, and musical examples; an abstract of 200–300 words; and authors’ contact information. Attachments should not exceed 10MB.
Music examples should be supplied as a Portable Document Format (.pdf) file and must have a resolution of at least 300dpi at the final printed size. Illustrations should be supplied as a JPG file, at resolution of 300dpi at 4 × 6 inches. Audio files can be in included in the article in the following formats: wma, avi, mp4, and m4v.