FACULTY OF EUROPEAN STUDIES

STUDIA UNIVERSITATIS BABES-BOLYAI

STUDIA EUROPAEA

 

General presentation

Issues

Guidelines for authors

Call for Papers

Appel à contributions

Call for Publication Exchange

Appel à l'Echange de publications

Editorial Board

Executive Editors

Guidelines for authors

 

The authors must search the archive of the Studia UBB Europaea journal in order to include in the References list papers published in the journal in connection to the paper’s topic.

 

 Papers should be written in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish and should count ten to fifteen pages. A five to eight row abstract, five key-words (both written in English), as well as a ten row bio note about the author(s), including the contact details (at least, the e-mail address) should accompany the paper. For the articles written in languages other than English, the authors should also provide the title of the article in English.

Authors should comply with the following editing requirements:

 

1. Page setup:

-          Paper Size: A4 (metric) paper (29.7 cm X 21 cm)

-          Paper Orientation: Portrait

-          Margins: Top & Bottom: 4.8 cm, Left & Right: 4 cm

-          Header & Footer: 4.5 cm, different on first page and different on odd and even pages

2. Fonts: use Palatino Linotype and follow the sizes specified below:

-          9 pt for Footnotes,

-          10 pt Header & Footer and Table captions

-          11 pt for the Main text

-          11 pt (italic) for Abstract

-         12 pt (bold) for Author(s) name and section titles

-         14 pt (bold), Small Caps, for the Title of the paper

3. Authors are required to use footnotes, as following:

For books: Author(s): First name Last name, Title, Place of publication: Publisher, Year, Page.

e.g.: Sergiu Mişcoiu, Le Front National et ses repercussions sur l’echiquier politique francais, Cluj-Napoca: EFES, 2005, p. 7.

For studies within a volume: Author(s): First name Last name, “The title of the study”, in Editor(s): first name last name (ed.), The title of the volume, Place of publication: Publisher, Year, Page.

e.g.:  Laura Herta Gongola, “Modelul societăţii informaţionale.O abordare sociologică”, in Horea Todoran (ed.), Societatea informaţională europeană, Cluj-Napoca: EFES, 2005, p 57.

For studies in periodicals: Author(s): First name Last name, “The title of the study” in Title of the periodical, Number, Volume (optional), Year, Pages.

e.g.:  Laura Herta Gongola, “An Interpretation of Romanian-Yugoslav Relations according to Frederick H. Hartmann’s Cardinal Principles” in Studia Europaea  no. 2-3, 2005, pp. 107-120.

For electronic materials: Author(s): First name Last name, The title of the study Year (if applicable) [complete web address], Date consulted.

e.g.:  E. D. Hirsch, Joseph F. Katt, James Trefil, The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, 2002 [http://www.bartleby.com/59/17/postindustri.html], 20 January 2005.

 

4. Authors are required to use bibliography, numbered and in alphabetical order, as following:

 

Bibliography

 

< For books: Author(s): Last name, First name, (Year), Title, Place of publication: Publisher.

e.g.: Mişcoiu, Sergiu (2005), Le Front National et ses repercussions sur l’echiquier politique francais, Cluj-Napoca: EFES.

Johnson, Pierre; Kranzenstein, Rashela (1995), From the First Empire to the Second, Boston: Rufus Publ.

< For studies within a volume: Author(s): Last name, First name, (Year), “The title of the study”, in Editor(s): last name, first name (ed.), The title of the volume, Place of publication: Publisher, Pages.

Herta Gongola, Laura (2005), “Modelul societăţii informaţionale.O abordare sociologică”, in Todoran, Horea (ed.), Societatea informaţională europeană, Cluj-Napoca: EFES, 36-57

Martin, François; Morley, Frank (1983), “Spaces of Belonging” in Horowitz, Stanley; Kocsis, Ibolya (eds.), Identity, Belonging, and Social Behaviour, London: Identitas, 78-114.

< For studies in periodicals: Author(s): Last name, First name (Year),  “The title of the study” in Title of the periodical, Number, Volume (optional), Pages.

 Herta Gongola, Laura (2005), “An Interpretation of Romanian-Yugoslav Relations according to Frederick H. Hartmann’s Cardinal Principles” in Studia Europaea no. 2-3, 107-120

Mişcoiu, Sergiu; Tătărâm, Marina (2004), “Sur les avancées timides et les promesses risquées de la révision constitutionnelle roumaine” in Politeia, no. 5, 35-45

< For electronic materials: Author(s): Last name, First name (Year) (if applicable),  The title of the study [complete web address], Date consulted.

 Hirsch, E. D.; Katt, Joseph F.; Trefil, James (2002), The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy [http://www.bartleby.com/59/17/postindustri.html], 20 January 2005

Marketing Glossary Dictionary

[http://www.marketingpower.com/mg-dictionary-view2464.php], 19 January 2005

 

 

Submitted papers should be sent either by regular mail (accompanied by a CD) to:

Studia Europaea

Faculty of European Studies,

1, Em de Martonne St.,

Cluj-Napoca,

Romania                                                                    

 

or by e-mail to the Executive Editor-in-Chief:

 

Dr Sergiu Mişcoiu, miscoiu@yahoo.com

 

 

The Editorial Staff is looking forward to receiving your papers for times per year: before the 1st of February, before the 1st of May, before the 1st of July and before the 1st of October. Studia Europaea is thankful for the interest you show in this Call for Papers and hopes for a future collaboration.