Board Game Studies is an academic journal for historical and systematic research on board games.
Its object is to provide a forum for board games research from all academic disciplines in order to further our understanding of the development and distribution of board games within an interdisciplinary academic context.
Articles are accepted in English, French, and German and will be refereed by at least two editors under the final responsibility of the Editorial Board.
Please send your contributions in any editable format (Word, LaTeX, rtf, ...) with a matching PDF file. Please send all the illustrations in separate files.
Send all mail to the managing editor:
Jorge Nuno SilvaHistória e Filosofia da CiênciaFaculdade de CiênciasCampo Grande, C41749-016 LisboaPORTUGAL