Peer Review Process
Volupté employs a double-blind review system whereby the author and referee remain anonymous throughout the process. All articles, review essays, translations, and creative pieces are submitted for review by experts in the field. A decision on whether to accept or reject a submission, along with any recommendations and comments from the referees, will be sent to the author by the Editorial Team, which holds the final decision on accepting or rejecting submissions. Our aim is to follow the principles of best practice in journal publishing outlined in the COPE Guidelines. View and download the Peer Review Guidelines here.
Volupté provides immediate open access to all content in order to enable fair intellectual exchange and promote scholarship.
Volupté is registered with Open Archives and each individual submission will be allocated a Digital Object Identifier (DOI). All issues of the journal are archived by the University of London Computing Centre (ULCC) via Open Journal Systems (OJS).
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