Ériu: Instructions to Authors
Ériu is devoted to Irish philology and literature, and from its foundation in 1904 the peer-reviewed journal has had a reputation internationally among Celtic scholars. In the century since its inception, Ériu has served as an outlet for the work of the early standard bearers of Irish language studies and Celtic studies and of each new generation of researchers in turn.
Instructions to Authors
Manuscripts for publication in Ériu should be submitted via Manuscript Manager.
If authors have any queries regarding our submission procedure, they are welcome to contact the editors by email: Professor Damian McManus and Dr Mícheál Hoyne.
Footnotes should be kept to a minimum. Authors should consult recent issues of the journal on matters of style or see the style guidelines and the journal abbreviations list (these are also available from the Publications Office).
Both author-date and footnote reference systems are acceptable. Journal and series titles should be spelled out in full. Prior to acceptance of a paper, authors will receive a detailed set of house style guidelines, including reference samples in both systems.
Abbreviations of bibliographical titles other than standard abbreviations used in Ériu -- a list of which appears at the back of each volume since Vol. L (1999) -- or those established by DIL should be listed at the end of the article, giving the bibliographical details in full; if abbreviations as in DIL have been used without explanation, a note to this effect should be added before the list of abbreviations.
Subventions to defray publication costs should be sought by authors in a position to obtain them. The Academy gratefully acknowledges the subventions towards the publication costs of papers by members of staff of the following institutions: University College Cork; University College Dublin; National University of Ireland, Galway; Maynooth University; University of Dublin, Trinity College.
Authors submitting papers to an Academy journal should ensure that
- they adhere to all research ethics guidelines of their discipline, particularly where human or animal subjects are involved
- they contact the Editor to identify and correct any material errors upon discovery, whether prior or subsequent to publication of their work
- authorship of the paper is accurately represented, including ensuring that all individuals credited as authors participated in the actual authorship of the work, and that all who participated are credited and have given consent for publication
When submitting your paper, please include your ORCID number. If you do not have an ORCID number, or want to find out more about it, click here.
The Royal Irish Academy is committed to the dissemination of scholarship. To that end, it endorses the principles of open access, and is committed to work with and to assist authors and investigators make known their research findings in RIA publications.
The RIA aspires to pursue Green Access as a basic access model. We also participate in JSTOR’s register and read programme which allows individuals to read up to 78 articles a year without charge.
Authors can archive a post-print version of their paper, once the journal in which it appears is published. We request that authors give the citation to the source and link to it. We can supply a DOI to make this linking easier.
There is no submission or publication fee for papers published in the Academy’s journals. However, Open Access brings with it a cost implication. To maximise access to original research, authors now have the option to make their papers freely available from the time of online publication, on payment of an open access charge (APC), which varies based on the size, content and complexity of the article. If an author wishes to take up this option, contact the Publications Office once a paper has been accepted for publication. For such papers, the final published version may be deposited in repositories immediately.
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