The Section’s annual journal ‘Medieval Yorkshire’ offers an outlet for the publication of research, amateur or professional, to Section members and non-members alike. It is issued free to Section members, and copies are also available for sale whilst stocks last contact the Editor.
When out of print, copies of Medieval Yorkshire and its predecessor ‘Sciant Presentes’ are available as free downloads. Reports of many past lectures can be found in the Section’s blog archive.
Guidelines for contributions:
New contributors to the Journal are always welcome. Anyone who feels that their work may be of interest to our readers is cordially invited to contact the Editor at the earliest possible opportunity. A peer-reviewing process of the kind used for YAJ and other established academic journals is not in operation but it may be possible to arrange for someone to read and comment on a draft article on request.
The deadline for contributions is normally mid-September. For further information, please keep an eye on the Section’s web pages and ‘blog’ or Contact the Editor.
- Article length - 1,000 to 5,000 words preferred
- References to other published work in a style appropriate to the subject
- Submit in electronic form using MS Word for the main text.
- Photographs or diagrams should be submitted as separate files in tiff, jpeg or psd format, with a note in the main text showing where they should be placed.
- The author is responsible for ensuring that the owner of any copyright pictures or other material has given consent for their publication in this journal