Culture and Cosmos

Culture and Cosmos is a peer-reviewed academic journal in the history of astrology and cultural astronomy published by the Sophia Centre Press in partnership with the Sophia Centre for the Study of Cosmology in Culture, Faculty of Humanitiies and the Performing Arts, at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Vol. 20 (2016) will be a double issue featuring papers based on the 2014 Sophia Centre conference on the Marriage of Heaven and Earth and is scheduled for publication in March 2017. Vol. 21 no 1 is scheduled for May 2017. Vol. 21 no 1 will feature papers presented at the 2016 conference of the European Society for Astronomy in Culture.

Submissions

Instruction to contributors

Culture and Cosmos welcomes submissions on any aspect of the history of astrology (the practice of relating the heavenly bodies and celestial phenomena to lives and events on earth) or cultural astronomy (the relationship between astronomy and human thought and society). We also include Archaeoastronomy (the study of the relationship between the sky, archaeological remains and artefacts in their environmental and cultural contexts) and Ethnoastronomy (the study of the relationship between the sky and social and cultural institutions). Suitable topics therefore include any aspect of astronomy or astrology and the arts, politics, religion and society, and approaches may be historical, anthropological, sociological or philosophical.

Papers offered for publication should typically be no more than 8,000 words in length, formatted according to our style and submitted in Word format as an e-mail attachment to the editors at editors@cultureandcosmos.org

To propose or submit a book review please contact Dr. Fabio Silva, the reviews editor

Download a copy of our style guide here as a word document.

Download a copy of our style guide here as a pdf.

All papers should include an abstract of between 100 and 200 words.

Authors will be notified as soon as possible of the acceptability of their submissions.

All submissions are peer reviewed for originality, timeliness, relevance, and readability. Those articles which are acceptable in principle but do not meet the required standards will be edited and returned for verification and/or improvement in line with the suggested amendments and corrections.

Copyright of text is retained by the author. Copyright of the form in which articles appear is held by Culture and Cosmos. Authors will receive two complimentary copies of each issue containing their published article.

Contact Us

Dr. Nick Campion, n.campion@uwtsd.ac.uk, (University of Wales Trinity Saint David) Chair

For queries about technical issues or the website:
Dr. Frances Clynes, frances.clynes@sophia-project.net (University of Wales Trinity Saint David)



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