Who Can Submit
The Journal of Astronomy in Culture accepts submissions from anyone and will consider publication as long as the submission adheres to established academic conventions. While the specific discipline from which the submission draws its method may range from archaeology to history to ethnography to indigenous studies and beyond, it is at the editors’ discretion to determine whether a recognizable convention has been followed. For additional information, please contact email@example.com.
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Rights and Permissions
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