Submission guidelines

In addition to invited authors’ contributions, Public Orthodoxy welcomes high-caliber unsolicited submissions. Essays may cover any topic relevant to our credo – Bridging the Ecclesial, the Academic, and the Political.

Please follow our guidelines:

    • our typical target length is 1,000 words (but we are happy to consider multi-part submissions);
    • our languages: English, Greek, or Russian;
    • all manuscripts should be sent in MS Word format only;
    • add a short bio, provide job title you want to see on pages of Public Orthodoxy and a headshot photo in JPEG format;
    • Use webform on the right or send an email to Nathaniel Wood at nawood@fordham.edu with the headline “Public Orthodoxy submissions.”

 

 

    Your name

    Please provide your name at least in English. You can add personal title here if needed.

    Your job title

    Please provide your job title at least in English.

    Your photo

    Please provide your photo in JPEG format at least 1000px by 1000px.

    Your bio

    Please provide short text about you. You can type it in textarea or upload a file (doc, docx). You can also provide a link to resource where we can find your bio. We expect this text in English.

    Contacts and social media

    Fill in as much as you want. Please provide full URLs to accounts.

    Your essay

    Microsoft Word files only.

    Your additional message

    Any specific requests, questions or opinions considering publication.

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    Public Orthodoxy seeks to promote conversation by providing a forum for diverse perspectives on contemporary issues related to Orthodox Christianity. The positions expressed in the articles on this website are solely the author’s and do not necessarily represent the views of the editors or the Orthodox Christian Studies Center.

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