Archiving Policy

1. Purpose

The archiving policy of Journal of Contemporary Poetics aims to ensure the preservation and accessibility of published scholarly works in perpetuity. This policy outlines the guidelines and procedures for archiving content to safeguard against data loss, promote long-term access, and uphold the integrity of the journal's publications.

2. Types of Content to be Archived

2.1. Published Articles: All peer-reviewed and accepted articles are included in the archiving process.

2.2. Supplementary Materials: Accompanying data, multimedia files, code, and other supplementary materials related to published articles are archived whenever applicable.

3. Archiving Methods

3.1. Digital Repositories: The journal utilizes reputable digital repositories or academic platforms specializing in archiving scholarly content. These repositories have robust systems to ensure data redundancy, regular backups, and disaster recovery measures.

3.2. Long-Term Preservation: The selected repositories employ technologies and standards that support long-term preservation of digital content to ensure accessibility for future generations.

3.3. Metadata Preservation: In addition to the published content, essential metadata such as author information, publication dates, and citation details has been archived to maintain scholarly context.

4. Selection of Digital Repositories

4.1. Trusted Repositories: The journal's editorial board, in collaboration with the publisher, carefully select reputable digital repositories or platforms recognized for their commitment to archiving and preservation standards.

4.2. Open Access: Preference has been given to open-access repositories to maximize the visibility and availability of the archived content.

4.3. DOI Assignment: A Digital Object Identifier (DOI) or an equivalent unique identifier has been assigned for each archived item to facilitate citation and retrieval.

5. Archiving Procedure

5.1. Timely Archiving: Articles and related materials are archived as soon as they are officially published online and considered part of an issue.

5.2. Copyright and Licensing: Authors are informed about the archiving policy during the submission process and are required to grant the journal the necessary rights to archive their work.

6. Discoverability and Access

6.1. Searchable and Indexable: The archived content is indexed in major academic databases and search engines to enhance discoverability and accessibility.

6.2. Free Access: The archived content remains freely accessible to readers, researchers, and the public, ensuring broad dissemination of knowledge.

7. Communication and Updates

7.1. Public Declaration: This archiving policy is prominently displayed on the journal's website for the benefit of authors, readers, and other stakeholders.


7.2. Policy Review: The archiving policy is periodically reviewed and updated, taking into account advancements in archiving technologies and best practices.

7.3. Communication with Authors: Authors are regularly informed about the archiving process and any relevant updates to the policy.

8. Compliance and Enforcement

8.1. Adherence to Policy: The journal's editorial board, reviewers, and authors are expected to comply with the archiving policy and contribute to its successful implementation.

8.2. Resolution of Disputes: Any disputes or concerns regarding archiving will be addressed by the journal's editorial board, and necessary actions will be taken to rectify any issues.

9. Conclusion

Journal of Contemporary Poetics is committed to preserving and archiving published scholarly works to ensure their accessibility and long-term impact. Through adherence to this archiving policy, the journal aims to contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge and support the academic community's ongoing research endeavors.