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Cultural Perspectives - Journal for Literary and British Cultural Studies in Romania

Instructions for Authors



The manuscript should conform to the following norms:

  • The papers on electronic format B5 (minimum 10 pages) shall be sent to the following address: morarasu.nadia@ub.ro
  • Cultural Perspectives. Journal for Literary and British Cultural Studies in Romania is issued annually, in December. The manuscripts should be sent by June 15, 2020 for issue 25/2020.
  • The papers shall be written in English, format B5, font Book Antiqua, size 11, one line after the keywords, single line spacing, justify, Page setup: Header: 3,5 cm; Footer: 3,5 cm; Top, Bottom (4,5 cm); Left, Right (3 cm).
  • The paper title shall be written on the fourth line under the header/page top. The paper title shall be written in title case, centred, bold.
  • Author’s name shall be written in bold 1 line under the title. On the next line the affiliation (“University of…”) shall be written (in bold), and on the next line after the affiliation the country of the author shall be written (in bold), aligned to the right. If there are more authors no line shall be left between their names. If the affiliation is the same it will be written once under both authors’ names; if the affiliations are different, they will be written under the names of each author.
  • Each paper shall have an abstract (maximum 250 words, Book Antiqua 10) written 1 line after the authors’ names. The word Abstract – written in bold, not indented followed on the next line by the body of the abstract, unbolded, indented. The abstract should include purpose, approach/methodology, research limitations, practical implications, findings/ empirical analysis, originality/creative value.
  • Each paper should have 5-7 keywords, size 10. The word Keywords in bold, justify, unindented; the actual keywords in italics, immediately after the word Keywords followed by “:”, single line spacing.
  • Manuscripts should be reasonably divided into sections, and where necessary, subsections, with numbered headings: 1, 2, 3, etc. (and/or 1, 1.1., 1.2. etc.) separated with 1 line from the body of the text with their title written in bold. The subsections will not be separated from the headings and from the body of the text and will be written in bold.
  • The charts and figures shall be saved as jpeg and the reference should be (Fig. 1).
  • The manuscript should include footnotes that contain supplementary explanations if necessary (and not bibliographival references; for references see below), Book Antiqua 10.
  • References may be cited in the text by giving the name of the author(s) and year of publication (in parentheses), and page number. For example: (Barry 1971: 231-232).
  • Quotations from the analyzed work or from other studies which are longer than 2 lines should be written with a line distance from the body of the article (above and below), indented once with no inverted commas, Book Antiqua 11.
  • The work should include Conclusions, one line spaced from the body of the text. The word Conclusions (without a section number), unindented. The actual conclusions on the next line.
  • The Bibliography should be presented after 1 line spaced the conclusions as follows:
    • The word Bibliography should be written with Book Antiqua 11. The bibliographical list shall be written with Book Antiqua 10 on the next line.
    • books:
      • Barry, P. (2002): Beginning Theory. An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory, Manchester & New York: Manchester University Press.
      • Bennet, A.; Royle, N. (2004): An Introduction to Literature, Criticism and Theory, Edinburgh Gate, Harlow: Pearson Education Limited.
    • articles:
      • Barthes, R. (1964): “RhĂ©torique de l'image”, in Communications, no. 4, Paris: Seuil, pp. 40-52.
      • Olis, W. (2003): “Corporate Identity: the Myth and the Reality” (adapted from Journal of the Royal Society of Arts, December 1978-November 1979, 127: 209-218) in Balmer, J.M.T.; Greyser, S. A. (2003): Revealing the Corporation: Perspectives on Identity, Image, Reputation, Corporate Branding, and Corporate-Level Marketing. An Anthology, New York: Routledge.
      • Low, M. S. (2003): “Embodied Space(s): Anthropological Theories of Body”, in Space and Culture, 2003, 6, online version at http://psp.sagepub.com
    • Internet sources should contain information on the retrieval date: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/restoration, accessed on 15 October 2016.
  • Please include a bio note at the end of the article, with Book Antiqua 10:
    • First name, family name

    • Affiliation: Faculty/University; Research Institute
    • Position:not bolded
    • E-mail:not bolded
    • Research interests: not bolded
    • Selected publications (4-5):(follow the model, starting with the most recent)
      • (2018): Methodological Guide for Language Students and Language Teachers. English, French, Romanian (Ioana Boghian), Cluj-Napoca: Casa CÓ‘rĹŁii de ĹžtiinĹŁÓ‘.
      • (2017): “Values Promoted by Intercultural Education” (Ioana Boghian), in Proceedings of CIEA 2018, Education for values-continuity and context, Bologna: Editografica, pp. 383-390.
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