HOW TO PREPARE THE TEXT

How to prepare the text for submission?

 

References

 

  1. The basic reference example
    J. Kowalski [N. Surname]: Historia Górnego Śląska [Title]Warszawa [city of publication] 2008, p. 35.
  1. Names and surnames
    In footnotes, do not use the full names of the authors; instead, provide the initial letter of the name followed by the full stop. If the author of the cited work uses two names, both of them should be written as initials, for instance: J.A. Kowalski. There should be no space between the two initials; this rule also applies to names written with the hyphen, for instance: H.-G. Gadamer. We suggest that all the surnames in references be written in small caps. In order to make small caps, you need to select the surname of the author and press shift + ctrl + k (in MS Word). Please do not put spaces between the letters of the surnames. Please do not use all caps in surnames.
  2. A chapter from a book
    If you wish to add a reference to a chapter from a book by one author, please abide by the following pattern: J. Kowalski: Historia Górnego Śląska. In: IDEM: Górny Śląsk wczoraj i dziś. Warszawa 2008, pp. 35–48.
  3. An article from a multi-authored monograph
    Should you cite an article from a multi-authored monograph, the reference should have the following form: J. Kowalski: Historia Górnego Śląska. In: Górny Śląsk wczoraj i dziś. Ed. J. Nowak, B. Malinowska-Kern. Warszawa 2008, pp. 35–48.
  4. Information about a translator
    If the book has been translated, information about the translator has to be appear in the reference. Please use the following pattern: J. Kowalski: Historia Górnego Śląska.  K. Adamska. Warszawa 2008.
  5. Repeating a source
    Should you cite the source that has been used in the previous footnote, the address ought to take the following form: Ibid., s. 35. If you cite the source that has been used in the article but not in the previous footnote, please use the short version of the reference; see the examples: J. Kowalski: Historia Górnego Śląska…, p. 45; J. Kowalski: Historia Górnego Śląska. In: Górny Śląsk – wczoraj i dziś…, pp. 35–48; M. Malinowska: Wpływy czeskie w sztuce Górnego Śląska. In: Górny Śląsk – wczoraj i dziś…, pp. 56–67.
  6. DO NOT USE op. cit. (opus citatum).
  7. An article from a journal
    Should you refer to an article published in a journal, the reference ought to take the following form: J. Kowalski: Historia Górnego Śląska. “Górny Śląsk – wczoraj i dziś” [name of the journal] 2008, no. 4 (120), pp. 35–45. If we use a newspaper article, the reference should look as follows: J. Kowalski: Prośba brzmiała: przeczytaj. “Gazeta Wyborcza,” 27.01.2007, p. 17. If we cite an article from a serial publication, the footnote should look as follows: J. Kowalski: Historia Górnego Śląska. In: “Górny Śląsk Wczoraj i Dziś”. Vol. 8. Ed. J. Nowak, B. Malinowska-Kern. Warszawa 2008, pp. 35–48.

 

Quotations

 

  1. Quotations no longer than 4 lines should be marked by means of the inverted commas, and the font should remain unchanged.
  2. Quotations longer than 4 lines should be changed into block quotations, and the font should be smaller (10 points).
  3. Your own emphases or additions within a quotation should be marked in the following way: [emphasis – M.K.]

 

Other remarks

 

  1. Own emphases should be marked by means of the font with expanded spacing.
  2. Italics should be used for foreign expressions and titles of books, articles, etc.
  3. If someone is introduced for the first time in the text, his or her full name and surname – and not the initial letter of the name – should be written.
  4. Depending on the context, use hyphens (-) and en dashes (–), but not em dashes (—).
  5. Should you plan to add a figure, please follow the instruction on the website: http://wydawnictwo.us.edu.pl/node/2301.
  6. The main text should be in Times New Roman, 12 points; quotations and footnotes should be given in Times New Roman, 10 points.
  7. The main text should use 1.5 line spacing (footnotes and quotations – single spacing).
  8. Along with the text, please send:
  • a short biographical note, using the following pattern: Jan Kowalski – PhD, Assistant Professor at ……………………………. [the department / other unit and the university]. His / Her research interests include ……………………………. . Author of ……………………………. ;
  • a summary of your article in English and in Polish;
  • a permission to print works of art, images, figures, and other elements that accompany the text.