Prepare manuscript for double-blind review

• Remove all author names and identifying information, including affiliations, from manuscript and file titles.

• Do not include acknowledgements, including funding sources.

• References to your own work should be anonymized as follows: “(Author year, page).”

• Use the third person to refer to your work, as appropriate. That is, replace phrases like “in my article” with “in Smith’s (2015) article…”

• Reference list: Author appears in the reference list alphabetically and in chronological order, from oldest to most recent. “Author” is followed by “Details omitted for double-blind reviewing.” For instance:

Anand, Nikhil. 2017. Hydraulic City: Water and the Infrastructures of Citizenship in Mumbai. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Author (2013). Details omitted for double-blind reviewing.

Author (2017). Details omitted for double-blind reviewing.

• After an article is accepted, authors will de-anonymize their work prior to copyediting.