Call for papers
This is a call for papers for the second issue of Heródoto - Revista do Grupo de Estudos sobre a Antiguidade Clássica e suas Conexões Afro-asiáticas ("Herodotus: Journal of the Study Group on Classical Antiquity and its Afro-Asian Connections"). The group originated from the research interests of scholars of the classical world who investigate its connections with the African and Asian worlds known in antiquity. Aiming to contribute to the work already done in this field, there are two research goals developed by the group:
1) To point out the mutual and non- hierarchized influences between Greco-Roman and Afro-Asian cultures - considering, besides the relations of acceptance and dominance, instances like assimilation, adjustment, conflict, negotiation and resistance in the face of contacts.
2) To indicate the influences exerted by the theories of Eurocentrism, Afrocentrism and Asiancentrism in the historical production about the ancient world. For its second issue, the journal will receive articles for the dossier Textos, artefatos e o debate sobre a pluralidade no Mediterrâneo Antigo (Texts, artifacts and the debate on the plurality in the Ancient Mediterranean), which will address issues related to contacts and identities, relations between the local and the global and cultural circularity. In addition to articles, the issue will accept contributions to the Varia section, translations, reviews, documents whose contents are related to the areas of research interest of the group and interviews of scholars.
Contributions must be submitted online at Open Journal Systems, at the address http://herodoto.unifesp.br/index.php/herodoto/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions until october 30, 2016.
-Unpublished texts comprised between 30,000 to 60,000 characters (spaces included) and divided into sections. May include original pictures (JPEG) in good resolution (300 dpis). The total number of characters includes notes and bibliographical references.
-Abstract (up to 1000 characters including spaces) in English and Portuguese and up to six keywords. For foreign authors only the abstract and keywords in English will be requested.
The standards for article submission apply. The translations must be accompanied by the respective authorization of the author of the article.
-Reviews must concern books published in the last three years, except for new editions and translations, and must have up to 20,000 characters (spaces included). Reviews may contain bibliographical references, cited in the same style used in the articles
-Up to six keywords in English and Portuguese. For foreign authors only the keywords in English will be requested.
The author must send a critical introduction of the requested documents prior to their submission. Up to 6,000 characters (including spaces). The author must contact the editors before submission.
Interviews must take in account the relevance of the interviewee for the areas of interest of the Journal. Up to 20,000 characters (spaces included). The interviewer must contact the editors before submission.
-Languages accepted for publication: Portuguese, English, French, Spanish and Italian.
-In all modalities of contribution, the texts must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document (or an editor compatible with that format), Times New Roman, 12 pt, 1.5 line spacing.
-Notes must be explanatory and be formatted as a footnote.
-In-text citations must be written in parentheses and indicate the name of the author, year of publication and page number; e.g. (Eikhenhaum, 1970: 27). At the end of the text, all titles cited in the text must be listed as Bibliographical References.
-Texts with citations in Greek must use New Athena Unicode font.
-After the initial selection, the articles will be submitted to ad-hoc reviewers, members of the Advisory Council of the journal.
-Citations in foreign languages must be translated to the same language as the article. References
AUTHOR LAST, First. Title of work or book in italics: subtitle. Translation. Edition. Location of publisher: Publisher, Year of Publication, page number.
AUTHOR LAST, First. Title of chapter or section of the book. In: AUTHOR LAST, First (ed.; org.; coord.; etc.); or Idem. Title in italics: subtitle. Translation. Location of publisher: Publisher, Year of Publication, page number.
AUTHOR LAST, First. Title of article. Title of periodical in italics. Location of publisher: Publisher, vol., fasc., Year of Publication, page number.
AUTHOR LAST, First. Title of article. Newspaper name in italics. Location, dd/mm/yyyy of publication, section, page number.
AUTHOR LAST, First. Presentation title. In: MEETING/ EVENT, number, year, location. Proceedings in italics. Location: Publisher, Year of publication, page number.
AUTHOR LAST, First. Title of thesis/dissertation in italics. Doctoral dissertation/master thesis, area, department/institutions, university, year.
NAME OF THE EVENT, number, year, location.
For more information, please read the submission guidelines at: http://mundoclassiconectado.unifesp.br/index.php/en/publicacoes/chamada-de-artigos-revista-herodoto