Call for Papers: Nuova Antologia Militare (NAM)
Contemporary Military History Issues (XIX-XXI centuries)
NAM Vol. 5, Issue 20 (Fall 2024) & NAM Vol. 6, Issue 24 (Fall 2025)
Publication date: No. 20 Fall 2024; No. 24 Fall 2025
Last date for submission: No. 20 End June 2024, No. 24 End June 2025
We are inviting submissions of original papers and book reviews to be considered for publication in the fifth and sixth NAM issues specialized in Contemporary Military History (XIX-XXI Centuries).
Papers should deal with warfare and military. Papers may cover different topics: not only military art and science (tactics, strategy, operations, campaigns and battles, technology, fortifications and siege, naval, aerial, nuclear, economic, information, political, space, psychological warfare, intelligence, statistics, topography) but also on all field concerning strategic and war studies and polemology, as diplomatic, political, legal, ethic, philosophical, economic, social, religious, gender aspects of security, war prevention, peace enforcing etc. Including literature, iconography, memory, commemoration, anthropology of conflict, and s. o. in XIX-XXI centuries.
Submissions can be made in Italian, English, French, German, or Spanish; they should be no less than 6 000 and no more than 8000 words in length and should be accompanied by an abstract of 100-250 words in English, and final bibliography.
NAM is an open access, double blind peer-reviewed, DOI indexed journal in the Scopus list, which publishes scholarly articles in the field Military History and publishes 4 issues a year respectively devoted to Ancient, Medieval, Modern and Contemporary MH. It was founded in November 2019 by the Italian Society of Military History and is co-directed by Virgilio Ilari and Giovanni Brizzi. So far NAM has published 243 articles and 216 book reviews (10,000 pages), including 74 and 97 of Contemporary Military History (3.250 pages).
Please address submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
NAM Ethics: Articles will be submitted to a double-blind peer review. The articles are indexed with DOI and stored. The authors retain the copyright of their articles. More: https://www.nam-sism.org/2.2%20codice%20etico.html
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Previous NAM Ancient MH issues published here: https://www.nam-sism.org/3.2%20%20fascicoli.html