MANUSCRIPTS must be submitted via e-mail as an attachment in Microsoft Word format, and sent to email@example.com. Copyright of published articles is assigned to the Rabbinical Council of America. Name and address of the author, together with a one line biographical note and a 250-300 word abstract (to appear on the Tradition website) underscoring the thrust and methodology of the article, must appear on the first page of the article.
Notes should be typed double-spacedas, footnotes, at the end of the article, and should follow the "Notes" system of The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th ed. Similarly, all style issues should be resolved in consultation with The Chicago Manual of Style. Citations of biblical verses and talmudic passages should be included in the text of the article, surrounded by parentheses, rather than in the notes. Hebrew text must be transliterated and should follow the general rules used by the Encyclopaedia Judaica, with the following exceptions: is h; is ts. Normally, Sephardic pronunciation should be used.