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Would you like to contribute with an article or a review? The editors of anpere are eager to receive texts from established researchers and Ph.D. students. Texts sent to anpere should be in line with the aim of the journal.

Articles and reviews may be written in English, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian. Please note that questions pertaining to copyright in pictures and the like is the responsibility of the author. anpere is in the process of establishing an editorial board that may review received articles. At the moment, this editorial board consists of the following members:

Dr. Edward Dutton, University of Oulu, Finland.
Dr. Fabrizio Ferrari, SOAS, University of London.
Dr. Håkan Håkansson, Lund University.
Dr. Maria Leppäkari, University of California/Academy of Finland.
Ph.D. candidate Hege Irene Markussen, Lund University.
Dr. André Möller, independent.
Dr. Åse Piltz, independent.
Dr. Mikael Rothstein, Copenhagen University.
Dr. Pierre Wiktorin, independent.

Would you like to be a part of the editorial board at anpere or do you know someone else who perhaps would? Please drop us an e-mail at editors (at) anpere (dot) net!

do not specify the amount of words for an article or a review, and the author is thus free to write as short or long as she or he wishes. Please send us a few words about yourself (academic affiliation, year when you received or will receive your Ph.D. degree, research interests, and the like) when you submit a text to anpere. If you send an article (as opposed to a review or a perspectives article) we also ask you to include an abstract of 100-150 words.

All references should be included within paranthesis in the text, according to the following: (Woodward 1989: 79). If you refer to more than one page, use the following form: (Woodward 1989: 79-84), and if you refer to more than one work, please write as follows:  (Bowen 1995: 70, Woodward 1989: 79). References to newspapers should be written as follows: (New York Post, 2006-01-01).

anpere encourages you to use footnotes and not endnotes. Authors may write in either Brittish or American English.

At the end of the article, a list of references should be included according to the following:


Woodward, Mark. 1989. Islam in Java: Normative Piety and Mysticism in the Sultanate of Yogyakarta. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Articles in journals:
Bowen, John R. 1995. "Western Studies of Southeast Asian Islam". Pp. 69-86 in Studia Islamika, vol. 2, nr. 4.

Articles in books:
Rahnema, Ali. 1994. "Introduction: Certain Attributes of Islamic Revivalists". Pp. 1-10 in Ali Rahnema (ed.) Pioneers of Islamic Revival. London & New Jersey: Zed Books Ltd.

Articles in newspapers
The Jakarta Post, 2006-03-07. "Java Jazz Becomes New Cultural Icon for Jakarta".

If you use a reference which is on the Internet, this should be acknowledged according to the following: [URL=, print-out 2006-03-07]. Authors are encouraged to file a copy of the web site.

If the author wishes to use diacritic signs, please contact the editors.

If you rather write in Swedish, Danish or Norwegian, please refer to the Swedish version of this journal.

All articles should be submitted in electronical form to editors (at) anpere (dot) net.

We are looking forward to your contributions!

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