//POSTING RULES FOR ARTICLES AND REVIEWS

Authors have to read and accept the declaration of authorship attached here (Spanish version). 
The declaration has to be sent to revista.forma@upf.edu together with the article.

Click here to download our template for Articles in English. Please paste your text into it.

ARTICLES

1. Will accept critical or theoretical works in any of the disciplines of Humanities, whether they are monographic, comparative, or multidisciplinary.

2. Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Portuguese, and Italian.

3. Extension: from 6,000 to 10,000 words.

4. DOCUMENT FORMAT: DIN-A4.

Margins:

Top: 2.5 cm

Bottom: 3.5 cm

Left: 4.5 cm

Right: 2.54 cm

Symmetrical pagination 

5. FONT TYPE: 12 point Garamond for the text and final bibliography. 10 point Garamond for footnotes, long quotations set in a new paragraph, picture captions, and examples.

6. SPACING: Single-spaced.

7. ALIGNMENT: Right-justified.

8. DOCUMENT TITLE: Centered on the top of the first page, between two double slashes (//), in bold type capital letters, without periods and inverted commas. Font: 15 point OCR A Extended. The title must be written in the language of the article. If it is not in English, a translation must be added below, after a 15-point-line, in 12 point OCR A Extended, between two double slashes. There should be a dash line below the second title.

9. PUBLICATION INFORMATION: the author is not supposed to fill this data.

10. AUTHOR: After the titles and the Publication Information, there should be a blank line, and then centered, in capital letters and 10 point Garamond, the author’s name and surname.

11. AFFILIATION: (Below the Author) 10 point Garamond, centered in capital letters, italics.

12. COUNTRY: (Below the Affiliation) 10 point Garamond, centered in capital letters.

13. EMAIL: (Below the Country) 10 point Garamond, centered.

14. KEYWORDS: There should be a blank line below the author's email, then three slashes (///) in the next line. Below, the word or phrase “KEYWORDS” in capitals written in the article’s language (for example, in Spanish: “PALABRAS CLAVE”) followed by colon. Then the five keywords in lowercase letters and separated by commas. The keywords should end with a period.

15. ABSTRACT: There should be a blank line and the word or phrase “ABSTRACT” written in the article’s language followed by colon. The abstract must be between 100 and 150 words. If written in English, the line below the abstract with three slashes (///), aligned right. If the article is not written in English, the slashes must be after the second abstract.

16. ENGLISH KEYWORDS AND ABSTRACT: If the article is not written in English the points 14 and 15 should be repeated, after a blank line, but this time in English. It is necessary to do it exactly the same way as explained. KEYWORDS and ABSTRACT with a blank line between. If the article is not written in English, the slashes must be after the second abstract.

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Example:

 

 

//TITLE OF THE ARTICLE//

 

// TITLE IN ENGLISH (ONLY IF THE ARTICLE IS NOT WRITTEN IN ENGLISH)//

----------------------------------------------SUBMISSION DATE: 00/00/0000// ACCEPTANCE DATE: 00/00/0000

PUBLICATION DATE: 00/00/0000 (pp 27-36)

 

AUTHOR’S NAME AND SURNAME 
UNIVERSITY OF AFFILIATION

COUNTRY 
email@email.com

 

///

PALABRAS CLAVE: Keyword 1, K. 2, K. 3, K. 4, K. 5 (in the article’s language).

 

RESUMEN: Abstract in the language of the article (if the article is not in English). 

 

KEYWORDS: Keyword 1, K. 2, K. 3, K. 4, K. 5 (IN ENGLISH).

 

ABSTRACT: Abstract IN ENGLISH.

///

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17. TEXT: Should start after a blank line below the last three slashes. If it has sections, they must be marked with numbers (1, 2, 3) followed with a period and in bold font Garamond 12. Below the title’s section the text should be started without any blank line in between. But there should be a blank line after the end of every section before the beginning of the next section.

18. FOOTNOTES: Should be inserted with the specific WORD program option. The number will always be flown before the punctuation, never after. Footnotes are used for additional information that cannot be introduced in the main body of the text, please do not.

19. IMAGES: the only images published in Revista Forma are those free of rights or with reproduction permissions. Every image, table or infographics must be classified with the specification “Fig. 1” or following numbers with the title of the image. This information must be written below the image in Garamond 10 with a period at the end. Leave a blank line before the start of the next text.

18. QUOTATIONS: The author-date system of the Chicago-Style Citation Guide must be used. A quick manual can be consulted here (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html). Consists of two parts, citations inside the text and bibliography. The bibliography should only contain sources mentioned in the text.

IN THE BODY OF THE TEXT

18.1. SHORTER THAN THREE LINES: Between inverted comas (""), Garamond point 12. After the quotation, between brackets, it is necessary to indicate the authorship, the year it’s been published and after that a comma and the page or the pages, in the case of more than one page the first and last page should be mention with a hyphen in between. If the authorship has been added before, indicate only the year and page or pages in between brackets (same way as explained before). In all cases punctuation must be placed after the last bracket of the quotation, as in the example.

Example: "su voluntad no era otra que la de convertirse en clásicos" (Egido 1990, 14-15) or, if the author is indicated before the quote, "su voluntad no era otra que la de convertirse en clásicos" (1990, 14-15).

18.2. MORE THAN FIVE LINES: single spaced, indented 1.27 cm to the left and right, and font size 11pt, do not have to indent in the beginning of the paragraph. A blank line should be left before and after the appointment to the body of the text. If authorship is not indicated before should be indicated between brackets now. As explained in the last section.

20. REFERENCES: Should be included under the heading REFERENCES (centered, in bold and in capital letters) in the same language as the written text, font Garamond 12. After this leave a blank line, then the entries sorted alphabetically, in justified text, single-spaced line and hanging indent. The references must be separated into different sections like this: Bibliography, articles and/or websites. These sections under the correspondent heading (centered, in bold capital letters) followed by a blank line before the entries. In addition, these guidelines must be followed:

20.1 WORKS AND STUDIES (BIBLIOGRAPHY)

Surname (s) [lower Caps], Name [lower caps]. Year [between two periods]. Title [in italics], number of volume or volume [if any after a comma]. Place of publication [after period. If there is not any place, the initials SL should appear]: publisher's name [after a colon and before a period].


Examples:

20.1.1 One author:

Fernández, Julià. 1995. Una família catalana medievalEls Bell-lloc de Girona 1267-1533. Pròleg d'A. Riera. Barcelona: Publicacions de l'Abadia de Montserrat/Ajuntament de Girona.

*As in the example, if there is an editor, translator or compiler in addition to the author, it should be placed after the title and between periods. If the editor, translator o compiler is mentioned instead of the author should be placed where the author was, as in the example, followed by comma and an abbreviation of its function (“trans.” for translator, “ed.”, for editor, etc.)

Lattimore, Richmond, trans. 1951. The Iliad of Homer. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

20.1.2 Two or more authors:

Martinet, A. V. y A. Thompson. 1992. Practical English Grammar. Londres: Oxford University Press.

20.2. ARTICLES:

Surname (s) [lower Caps], Name [lower Caps]. Year [between periods]."Article Title." [between quotes and a period before the last quote] Title of the review [in italics] number of volume or volumes [if any, and without any comma between]: pages [after colon and with a dash between the first and the last page].


Examples:

20.2.1 Article in a print journal

Weinstein, Joshua I. 2009. “The Market in Plato’s Republic.” Classical Philology 104: 439-58.

20.2.2 Article in an online journal

Kossinets, Gueorgi, and Duncan J. Watts. 2009. “Origins of Homophily in an Evolving Social Network.” American Journal of Sociology 115: 405-50. Accessed February 29, 2010. http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/599247.

 

21. In our website we have only specified the article and bibliography cases, but for other examples and questions, please consult the Chicago Manual of Style Online on the following address: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Click here to download our template for Book Reviews in English. Please paste your text into it.

1. Basic requirements for the texts that are being reviewed: They must be critical and/or academic books and must have been published in the current year or, at most, a year earlier. Reviews of novels, poems, movies, etc. will not be accepted. However, reviews of cultural events, for example, exhibitions and festivals that have occurred during the past year, will be accepted.

2. Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Portuguese, and Italian.

3. Extension: from 1,000 words.

4. DOCUMENT FORMAT: DIN-A4.

Margins:

Top: 2.5 cm

Bottom: 3.5 cm

Left: 4.5 cm

Right: 2.54 cm

Symmetrical pagination 

5. FONT TYPE: 12 point Garamond for the text and final bibliography. 10 point Garamond for footnotes, long quotations set in a new paragraph, picture captions, and examples.

6. SPACING: Single-spaced.

7. ALIGNMENT: Right-justified.

8. DOCUMENT TITLE: Centered on the top of the first page, between two double slashes (//), in bold type capital letters, without periods and inverted commas. Font: 15 point OCR A Extended. The title must be written in the language of the article. If it is not in English, a translation must be added below, after a 15-point-line, in 12 point OCR A Extended, between two double slashes. There should be a dash line below the second title.

9. PUBLICATION INFORMATION: the author is not supposed to fill this data.

10. AUTHOR: After the titles and the Publication Information, there should be a blank line, and then centered, in capital letters and 10 point Garamond, the author’s name and surname.

11. AFFILIATION: (Below the Author) 10 point Garamond, centered in capital letters, italics.

12. COUNTRY: (Below the Affiliation) 10 point Garamond, centered in capital letters.

13. EMAIL: (Below the Country) 10 point Garamond, centered.

14. REVIEW'S CARD: In the reviews there should be two blank lines below the author's email. After that, centered at the left in font Garamond 12 and in the following order: the reviewed book's title in italics, above the author's name, below the name of the prologist or translator (if any) after the word “prologist” or “translator” which ever the case, below the name of the publishing company, the collection (if any) and the place and year of publication between commas, and finally below the number of pages followed by “p” or “pp” depending on the language in which it is written. At the end a period.

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Example:

//EL OTRO BARROCO: MICHEL ONFRAY REVISITA EL XVII//

// TITLE IN ENGLISH (ONLY IF THE ARTICLE IS NOT WRITTEN IN ENGLISH//

----------------------------------------------SUBMISSION DATE: 00/00/0000// ACCEPTANCE DATE: 00/00/0000

PUBLICATION DATE: 00/00/0000 (pp 27-36)

 

AUTHOR’S NAME AND SURNAME 
UNIVERSITY OF AFFILIATION

COUNTRY 
email@email.com

 

 

Violencia y monoteísmo

Jan Assmann

Prólogo de Lluís Duch. Traducción de Mayka Lahoz.

Fragmenta editorial, Barcelona, 2014

128 pp.

 

///

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17. TEXT: Should start after a blank line below the last three slashes. If it has sections, they must be marked with numbers (1, 2, 3) followed with a period and in bold font Garamond 12. Below the title’s section the text should be started without any blank line in between. But there should be a blank line after the end of every section before the beginning of the next section.

18. FOOTNOTES: Should be inserted with the specific WORD program option. The number will always be flown before the punctuation, never after. Footnotes are used for additional information that cannot be introduced in the main body of the text, please do not.

19. IMAGES: the only images published in Revista Forma are those free of rights or with reproduction permissions. Every image, table or infographics must be classified with the specification “Fig. 1” or following numbers with the title of the image. This information must be written below the image in Garamond 10 with a period at the end. Leave a blank line before the start of the next text.

18. QUOTATIONS: The author-date system of the Chicago-Style Citation Guide must be used. A quick manual can be consulted here (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html). Consists of two parts, citations inside the text and bibliography. The bibliography should only contain sources mentioned in the text.

IN THE BODY OF THE TEXT

18.1. SHORTER THAN THREE LINES: Between inverted comas (""), Garamond point 12. After the quotation, between brackets, it is necessary to indicate the authorship, the year it’s been published and after that a comma and the page or the pages, in the case of more than one page the first and last page should be mention with a hyphen in between. If the authorship has been added before, indicate only the year and page or pages in between brackets (same way as explained before). In all cases punctuation must be placed after the last bracket of the quotation, as in the example.

Example: "su voluntad no era otra que la de convertirse en clásicos" (Egido 1990, 14-15) or, if the author is indicated before the quote, "su voluntad no era otra que la de convertirse en clásicos" (1990, 14-15).

18.2. MORE THAN FIVE LINES: single spaced, indented 1.27 cm to the left and right, and font size 11pt, do not have to indent in the beginning of the paragraph. A blank line should be left before and after the appointment to the body of the text. If authorship is not indicated before should be indicated between brackets now. As explained in the last section.

20. REFERENCES: Should be included under the heading REFERENCES (centered, in bold and in capital letters) in the same language as the written text, font Garamond 12. After this leave a blank line, then the entries sorted alphabetically, in justified text, single-spaced line and hanging indent. The references must be separated into different sections like this: Bibliography, articles and/or websites. These sections under the correspondent heading (centered, in bold capital letters) followed by a blank line before the entries. In addition, these guidelines must be followed:

20.1 WORKS AND STUDIES (BIBLIOGRAPHY)

Surname (s) [lower Caps], Name [lower caps]. Year [between two periods]. Title [in italics], number of volume or volume [if any after a comma]. Place of publication [after period. If there is not any place, the initials SL should appear]: publisher's name [after a colon and before a period].


Examples:

20.1.1 One author:

Fernández, Julià. 1995. Una família catalana medievalEls Bell-lloc de Girona 1267-1533. Pròleg d'A. Riera. Barcelona: Publicacions de l'Abadia de Montserrat/Ajuntament de Girona.

*As in the example, if there is an editor, translator or compiler in addition to the author, it should be placed after the title and between periods. If the editor, translator o compiler is mentioned instead of the author should be placed where the author was, as in the example, followed by comma and an abbreviation of its function (“trans.” for translator, “ed.”, for editor, etc.)

Lattimore, Richmond, trans. 1951. The Iliad of Homer. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

20.1.2 Two or more authors:

Martinet, A. V. y A. Thompson. 1992. Practical English Grammar. Londres: Oxford University Press.

20.2. ARTICLES:

Surname (s) [lower Caps], Name [lower Caps]. Year [between periods]."Article Title." [between quotes and a period before the last quote] Title of the review [in italics] number of volume or volumes [if any, and without any comma between]: pages [after colon and with a dash between the first and the last page].


Examples:

20.2.1 Article in a print journal

Weinstein, Joshua I. 2009. “The Market in Plato’s Republic.” Classical Philology 104: 439-58.

20.2.2 Article in an online journal

Kossinets, Gueorgi, and Duncan J. Watts. 2009. “Origins of Homophily in an Evolving Social Network.” American Journal of Sociology 115: 405-50. Accessed February 29, 2010. http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/599247.

 

21. In our website we have only specified the article and bibliography cases, but for other examples and questions, please consult the Chicago Manual of Style Online on the following address: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html.