The Editorial Board is accepting articles for volume no. XXIV of "Studia Elblaskie" for the year 2023. Texts should be sent electronically by the end of June 2023 [ E-mail: email@example.com ]. Average time for preliminary evaluation of the article sent by the author: 2 weeks. Preparation of the article review: approximately 40 days. Publication: at the beginning of December each year (on average about 5 months after submitting the article to the editorial office). The journal is published under a Creative Commons licence: Attribution 4.0 International (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode). By submitting an article for review, you agree to make it available under this licence. See below COPYRIGHT.
The article should include:
1. author's name
2. title, scientific degree, affiliation [scientific unit, university]
3. text of the article [up to 40 thousand characters with spaces].
4. in conclusion: appendix bibliography [the most important items]
5. abstract with the title of the article in Polish, English, German
6. key words in Polish, English, German
7. short recent biographical note of the author.
The journal's editors inform that they do not charge for article submission and editorial work on the text, or for publication in the journal. The journal editors also do not pay royalties.
- we place the footnote number in the text before the punctuation mark ending the sentence or part of it.
- End all footnotes with a full stop.
- When quoting a self-contained text we give the following sequence:
J. Januszewski, O obrotach finansami, Lublin 2010, p. 8.
- Journal article:
K. Bokowski, St. Ambrose of Milan and his apologetic disputes, "Vox Patrum" 2(2012), p. 345.
- for collective studies:
A. Anderson, Saint Anne in the music and politics of the courts of Europe, in: History of the cult of saints on the European continent, ed. J. Blomx, Cluny 2000, p. 55.
- In the case of a newspaper article:
K. Królik, John Paul II in Elbląg, "Tydzień w Elblągu" 7(1999) p. 25. or: "Tydzień w Elblągu" 07. O6.1999, p. 25.
- If an item was cited in a previous footnote we write:
Ibid, or e.g. Ibid, p. 23.
- When citing an article by a given author again, write the name and the beginning of the title:
A. Anderson, Saint Anne, s. 25. K. Bokowski, St. Ambrose of Milan, p. 351.
- In the case of internet sources, the date of access is always given in brackets after the page address:
J. Kuzniak, Construction of the organ, http://organy.net.pl/hist.html (accessed 25.01.2020).
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