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Please omit any personal information in the file of your paper. Send your details in a separate file or in the text of the email.
Recommended length of contributions:
— Articles: 6000–8000 words (including footnotes and references).
— Notes: 3000–5000 words (including footnotes and references). Notes should be pieces of research focusing on a specific point, not needing a broad theoretical or contextual elaboration.
— Reviews: 1000–2000 words. Books, plays, or films reviewed should have been released in the last two years.
Note that all the submissions should include an abstract (100-150 words) and 5-10 keywords. Both the abstract and the keywords should convey the essential aspects of your contribution and should be bilingual, English/Spanish or English/Portuguese. If you cannot translate them into these languages, please let us know.
Non-standard ASCII characters or unusual fonts, particularly special characters in Old and Middle English, Phonetics or Greek, illustrations, graphics, tables, pictures, etc. must be consulted with the editors.
Authors should request for permission to reprint or reuse the copyrighted material they wish to include in their articles.
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Roman 12 throughout the whole text (including title,
subtitles, notes, quotations, etc.)
SUBHEADINGS should be capitalized in the same font and
instead of endnotes. Please avoid headers, footers, page
— Books: Author’s surname, full name year. Title of the Book. Place of publication: Publisher.
Example: Barber, Charles 1997 (1976). Early Modern English. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
— Edited books: Author’s surname, full name year of modern edition (original edition). Title of the Book. Ed. Name of Editor. Place of publication: Publisher.
Example: Sidney, Philip 1992 (1591). Astrophil y Stella. Ed. Fernando Galván Reula. Madrid: Cátedra.
— Journal articles: Author’s surname, full name year. “Title of the Article.” Journal volume/issue: pages.
Example: Nevalainen, Terttu 2000a. “Gender Differences in the Evolution of Standard English: Evidence from the Corpus of Early English Correspondence.” Journal of English Linguistics 28/1: 38-59.
— Book sections: Author’s surname, full name year. “Title of Book Section.” Ed. Name of editor. Title of the Book. Place of publication: Publisher: Pages.
Example: Snyder, Susan 2001. "The Genres of Shakespeare's Plays." Eds. Margreta de Grazia and Stanley Wells. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 83-97.
— Websites: Author’s surname, full name year. “Title.” Website <url: >. Date of last access.
Example: Shaw Fairman, Patricia 2004. “‘Witts, fittes and fancies:’ Spanish ‘ingenio’ in Renaissance England.” Estudios ingleses de la Universidad Complutense 12: 131-148. <url: http://revistas.ucm.es/fll/11330392/ articulos/EIUC04 04110131A. PDF>. Last accessed 10/05/2010.
— Books by two authors: Author’s surname, full name and second author’s full name surname year. Title of the Book. Place of publication: Publisher.
Example: Ehrenreich, Barbara and Deirdre English 2010 (1973). Witches, Midwives, and Nurses: A History of Women Healers. New York: Feminist Press.
— Books by more than two authors: Author’s surname, full name et al. year. Title of the Book. Place of publication: Publisher.
Example: Berger, Thomas L. et al. 1998. An Index of Characters in Early Modern English Drama: Printed Plays, 1500-1660. Revised edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
— Translated books: Author’s surname, full name year. Title of the Book. Trans. Translator’s full name surname. Place of publication: Publisher.
Example: Habermas, Jürgen 1991. The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere: An Inquiry into a Category of Bourgeois Society. Trans. Thomas Burger. Cambridge: MIT Press.
— Reprints: Author’s surname, full name year of edition used (year of original edition). Title of the book. Place of publication: Publisher.
Example: Sheffield, Suzanne Le-May 2006 (2004). Women and Science: Social Impact and Interaction. Santa Barbara: Rutgers University Press.
— Films: Director’s surname, full name dir. Year. Title. Perf. Performers’ full name surname. Film producer. Film.
Example: Sahu, Kishore dir. 1954. Hamlet. Perf. Mala Sinha, Pradeep Kumar and Kishore Sahu. Hindustan Chitra. Film.
— Performances: Director’s surname, full name dir. Year. Title. Perf. Performers’ full name surname. Place. Day month year. Performance.
Example: Khan, Iqbal dir. 2012. Much Ado About Nothing. Perf. Meera Syal and Paul Bhattacharjee. Courtyard, Stratford-upon-Avon. 5 September 2012. Performance.
— Performance reviews: Author’s surname, full name year. “Title of review.” Rev. of Title of performance, dir. Director’s full name surname. Newspaper/Periodical day month year: page.
Example: Brooks, Richard 2012. “All the World’s an Ethnic Stage.” Rev. of Much Ado about Nothing, dir. Iqbal Khan. Sunday Times 15 August 2012: 15.
— Exhibition brochures: Museum/Gallery/Institution year. Title. Brochure, dates.
Example: British Museum 2012. Shakespeare: Staging the World. British Museum Exhibition Brochure, 19 July-25 November 2012.