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About Us

Aims and Objectives

Track Changes is a biannual, inter-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that celebrates the talent and diversity to be found within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Sheffield. The central tenet of the journal is to promote publication by postgraduates of all levels and early-career academics within a year of finishing their doctorate. Its target audience is both internal and external, and engagement with a non-academic audience is one of our priorities. We welcome both articles based on emerging areas of research and short items based on the numerous events such as conferences, recitals and film festivals that take place across the Faculty.

Information for Authors

Track Changes publishes articles up to a maximum of 5000 words including references. Items on events should be between 1000 and 3000 words and should relate to an event that has taken place no longer than six months before the date of submission. Illustrations, photographs and figures are all welcomed as a part of submitted articles, but authors are reminded that proof of copyright clearance must be submitted along with the article. All articles and items submitted for consideration should adhere to the MHRA referencing style guide

Information for Editors

Track Changes welcomes volunteers for the Editorial Board, which provides practical experience of editing, peer review and proof reading to post-graduates and early-career researchers. If you have any questions about submitting an article, or would like to find out more about getting involved with Track Changes, please don’t hesitate to contact the editorial team at trackchanges@sheffield.ac.uk.

Copyright Information

All rights reserved. Apart from fair use for the purpose of research, private study, criticism, or review, no part of this publication may be reproduced, translated, stored, or transmitted in any form. It is the Author’s responsibility to secure the necessary copyright permissions for any images/maps/diagrams, etc. that have been reproduced within their work. Copyright for individual articles is held by the author.