Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

This privacy policy covers how NESAR collects, handles, and discloses personal data on this website, that is, all pages with the domain name This policy does not cover third-party sites that are linked to from within this site.

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Information we collect from contributors

NESAR operates according to the standard practices of peer-reviewed scholarly journals. If you submit a contribution for consideration to NESAR, we will collect your name, e-mail address, and institutional affiliation. If the contribution is accepted for publication, we will also ask for your VIAF number. With the explicit consent of contributors, this personal information will be published online, including on the webpage and PDF of your article, as well as in the list of authors in the about page. You can opt-out of having your email address published on this website when giving your consent to publish your contribution. If you would like to change or remove any personal information on this website subsequent to the publication of your contribution, please let us know at

Submissions made through NESAR's Open Journal Systems (OJS) on the University of Chicago Libraries include the above-mentioned personal information. This information may be shared with the Public Knowledge Project, the developer of OJS, in an anonymized and aggregated form, with appropriate exceptions such as article metrics. The data will not be sold by this journal, the University of Chicago Libraries, or PKP nor will it be used for purposes other than those stated here. The authors published in this journal are responsible for the human subject data included in the research reported here.

Information we collect from visitors to this website

This website does not collect any personal information directly from visitors, and also does not use cookies. (Your transliteration preferences are stored in local storage, on your device.)

However, this website uses Vercel analytics to collect data about visitors to this website. This third-party service does use cookies and similar technologies to collect the following data from visitors: the page, URL, network speed, browser, device type, device OS, country, web vital, and server-received event time. The recording of data points is anonymous, and Vercel “does not collect or store information that would enable them to reconstruct a browsing session across pages or identify a user.” This data is provided to us in aggregated form that does not reveal your identity. For more information, see Vercel's privacy policy for analytics and their privacy notice.

No personal information collected by NESAR, directly or indirectly, will ever be used for advertising or marketing purposes.

Your rights and options

Our third-party analytics provider responds to Do Not Track signals from your device. You can opt out of all information collected by Vercel analytics by enabling Do Not Track in your web browser.

You can disable cookies (again, used only by our third-party analytics provider) by updating your web browser's preferences or by using a browser extension.

Vercel analytics is compliant with the European Union's GDPR, which gives residents of the UK and the EEA additional rights over how their personal information is handled. The same regulation covers personal information about contributors. Contributors may exercise their GDPR rights by emailing us at; visitors to this website must exercise their GDPR rights by contacting Vercel analytics at

If you are a California resident, If you are a California resident, California Civil Code Section 1798.83 permits you to request in writing a list of the categories of personal information relating third parties to which we have disclosed certain categories of personal information during the preceding year for the third parties' direct marketing purposes. Please contact us at to make such a request.