Call for articles 2013
The editorial board of J@rgonia welcomes abstracts or full manuscripts to be considered and reviewed for the 2013 and 2014 volumes. Read more from Call for articles 2013 (PDF).
J@rgonia is an electronic, peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarly articles concerning ethnology, history and related fields. It was established in 2003 by the Department of History and Ethnology (Hela) at the University of Jyväskylä. J@rgonia is published by Historian ja etnologian laitoksen tutkijat ry (Registered Association of Hela Researchers), established in 2009.
New website was released in August 2009: http://research.jyu.fi/jargonia
J@rgonia is published twice a year. Its main scope is to publish articles written by postgraduate students studying culture, history and folklore or related fields. Articles are published in Finnish and in English. English-language translation and/or proofreading is the sole responsibility of the author. The editorial board is responsible for editing content only, and will return to authors manuscripts whose language does not meet J@rgonia's standards, asking them to have the language checked before resubmitting the article. Every article goes through a referee-process, in which two anonymous readers read and comment on the article before publication.
If you are interested in offering an article to be published in J@rgonia, please send an abstract of 400 words or a manuscript formatted with Chicago Manual of Style (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html ), to Editor-in-Chief, Ms. Kirsi-Maria Hytönen (kirsi-m.hytonen(at)jyu.fi). The editorial board of the publication reserves the right to evaluate and decide which articles will be published, based on the referee statements.
Kirsi-Maria Hytönen (Ethnology)
Department of History and Ethnology
P.O. Box 35 (H)
FI-40014 University of Jyväskylä
tel: +358 50 340 4070
Editorial Board (from January 2013)
Information & communication officer: Emmi Lahti (History, University of Jyväskylä)
Anne Holappa (Virtual anthropology/digital culture, University of Turku)
Heidi Kurvinen (History, University of Oulu)
Jenni Kuuliala (History, University of Tampere)
Janne Poikolainen (Economic and social history, University of Helsinki)
Sanna Tawah (Ethnology, University of Jyväskylä)