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Journal of the LUCAS Graduate Conference

The Journal of the LUCAS Graduate Conference (JLGC, ISSN 2214-191X) is an annual, peer-reviewed journal, published in Open Access by Leiden University Library. It was created as a publication platform for the biennial LUCAS Graduate Conference, organized by the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society, and aims to publish a selection of the very best work presented at this conference. In addition, the JLGC provides LUCAS-affiliated PhD researchers with the opportunity to acquire and develop a range of academic skills, including editing, peer reviewing, and digital publishing.

Author
Various authors
Date
01 February 2013

The JLGC aims to combine the opportunities and advantages offered by digital publishing with the highest standards of traditional academic publishing. Its production involves rigorous peer reviewing, selection, and editing procedures. The editors seek to publish papers that are innovative, well-researched, and well-written, and reflect on the main thematic approach of LUCAS; the relationship between the arts, visual as well as textual, and society.

JLGC Issues

Open Access Statement

The JLGC provides barrier-free access; all content of the Journal is available immediately upon publication. Our policy aligns with Creative Common License CC BY-NC-ND: we welcome all readers to download and share our articles and issues freely, as long as the author and Journal are appropriately credited. JLGC material cannot however be altered or used commercially. For more information on our policy under Creative Commons, read the CC BY-NC-ND license deed.

Submission

We only accept and publish papers presented at the conference. Call for papers are announced at the biannual LUCAS Graduate Conference and included in the Journal. Conference participants are informed of the submission details by email, but the main rule is that the submission cannot be offered or under consideration at another publication while it is being considered by the JLGC editorial board.

The JLGC's style sheet can be found on the right.

Please note that the JLGC does not require any submission charges or article processing charges (APCs).

Reviews and Selection

The published articles will have gone through two internal reviews and at least one external double- blind review.

On the basis of the submissions, the series editor and editors in chief do the first internal review and decide on the two sub-themes for the issue and divide the papers. At this stage they can reject unsuitable submissions outright. Submissions then undergo a further internal review by the editorial board. Please note that this review process includes an extensive software-based plagiarism screening.

The editors can either decide to reject an article at this stage or proceed to send it out for an external double-blind peer review. On the basis of the peer review, the editors will decide whether the article is rejected, conditionally accepted, or accepted for publication.

Upon acceptance or conditional acceptance, authors are assigned an editor and are expected to collaborate with him or her.

Editing and current editors

Upon acceptance or conditional acceptance, authors are assigned an editor and are expected to collaborate with him or her.

Publication and Copyright

All issues of the Journal are published in an Open Access environment supported by Leiden University Libraries.

Beginning with Issue 6 (2018), the JLGC will proceed with a Publishing Agreement (supplied by the Journal before publication) under which authors confirm the Journal's license to publish their original article. Copyright and publishing rights will reside with the authors under this Agreement. 

JLGC Issues 1-5 are published in Open Access, with article copyrights transferred by the author to the Journal. Authors are however free to republish their own work as they wish, provided they reference the JLGC as the original source. We never republish without authors’ explicit consent and any money made from such republication would go straight to authors. Past authors can expect the same diligence and publication support from the Journal as future authors; changes were made to our policies to reflect developments in Open Access and our adoption of Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-ND.

Contact

For more information on the Journal of the LUCAS Graduate Conference, please contact Sara Polak.

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