Editorial Departments

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Editorial Departments

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De Gruyter’s editorial staff is filled with some of the most experienced and well-trained editors in their respective fields, all dedicated to helping you navigate your work through the publication process.

Whether you would like to publish in a journal or as a monograph, in a book series or via Open Access, our knowledgeable and experienced editors will assist you every step of the way, ensuring the highest quality possible for your work.


Our Editorial groups at De Gruyter are made up of 28 separate subject areas, organized into 15 Editorial departments representing 6 imprints.

Each group’s concentrated focus allows their teams to specialize in the fields that are most important to them.

This ensures that our Editors are capable of providing personal assistance to prepare your work for publication.

Further, our Editorial Reference Group (ERG) provides support for authors, reviewers and editorial teams of De Gruyter journals from manuscript submission through peer-review and ultimately to publication.

Between delivering advanced technical support for electronic editorial office software, such as ScholarOne or Editorial Manager, and maintaining deadlines for peer-review and publication dates, they provide expert knowledge and share best practices regarding editorial office activities to ensure publishing with De Gruyter is a rewarding experience.

To learn more about the ERG, reach out to us in our respective publishing divisions.



> Imprints
> Open Access



We encourage our potential authors to browse the documents below to learn more about the submission process at De Gruyter, including manuscript preparation, submission guidelines, and rights documents pertaining to the published works themselves.

Each of our Editorial departments may have additional rules and requirements for submission, which can be found either on their departmental pages or by contacting Editorial directly.


> Author Questionnaire for De Gruyter authors as .doc or .pdf
> Author Questionnaire for Birkhäuser authors as .doc or .pdf
> Information on Preparing Your Manuscript
> Permission Request for De Gruyter Authors
> Journal Copyright Agreement
> Rights & Permissions
De Gruyter’s Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement