Submit an article or a thematic issue proposal

Information for authors

Histoire Épistémologie Langage (HEL) publishes thematic issues, non-thematic articles (“Varia” section), and reviews. Each issue contains approximatively 500, 000 characters. The journal has both printed and online versions. Thematic issue proposals, as well as non-thematic articles submitted for publication, are assessed on the basis of two double-blind peer reviews. Thematic issue proposals sent to the journal must include a general presentation of the issue, with a list of articles to be submitted and a short summary of each.

The editorial board will consider publication of critical editions of reasonably short manuscripts or translations of documents written in languages not commonly known to the journal’s readers. The primary languages of the journal are French and English, but no issue can be entirely in English. Articles written in other European languages are also accepted.

Proposals should be sent to:

Papers (up to 50,000 characters including spaces, footnotes and references) must be accompanied by abstracts (up to 120 words) and keywords in English and French.

Artwork (600 dpi minimum) should be supplied in separate files.

For the reference section, please consider the following examples.

Société d'histoire et d'épistémologie des sciences du langage