|RITTENHOUSE||The Journal of the American
Scientific Instrument Enterprise
(NOTE: The following guidelines have been in effect for the past 23 years of print publication of RITTENHOUSE. As we transition to web publication, we will be issuing new, more flexible guidelines. Thank you for your patience.)
Call for Papers
The editors of RITTENHOUSE are pleased to receive unsolicited works. The principal aim of the journal is to facilitate communication among those interested in scientific instruments, their development, construction and use as it pertains to the Americas for all periods up to and including mid-20th century technologies.
Referenced papers submitted to RITTENHOUSE may be up to 20 doublespaced pages (including endnotes). Research reports, shorter (usually nonreferenced) articles, book and exhibit reviews, "collection profiles", notes and comments and conference information (both calls for papers or reviews) will be considered for publication. The editor should be consulted if an article or research report is expected exceed 20 pages or to contain more than ten photographs and/or graphs and tables.
All manuscripts will be reviewed by the editor and he may request a review by someone with more direct expertise. The associate editor will receive "collection profiles", book reviews, exhibit reviews and conference information.
Authors are asked to observe the following:
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