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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • 1. The submission is the result of the author’s/authors’ own personal research and nobody else has been involved other than the stated author(s). The submission has not been previously published or submitted to another journal while under consideration by the editors of ES Review.
  • 2. The article is to be sent in as a Microsoft Word document.
  • 3. If the article contains images, illustrations, figures or tables, the author has checked that they are in their proper place within the text and not at the end. The author must also have the permission required to reproduce all images.
  • 4. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines. See section ‘About: Submissions.’
  • 5. When submitting to a section of the journal, the instructions in ‘Ensuring a Blind Review’ must be followed.
  • 6. When submitting an article in Step 3: ‘Introduction of Metadata,’ the author must make sure that his/her first name and family name, as well as email, are included. In addition, the title of the article and keywords, as well as the abstract in Spanish and English, must be included along with the submission. In order to include this information, select Spanish at the top of the page and include the information in Spanish, then select English and include the information in English. Authors must also give the information about their affiliation, the postal address of his/her institution, her/his academic position, and if he/she has one, should include their ORCID number.

Author Guidelines

1. Proposals must be submitted online, using the following template: template for articles / template for reviews. They will be sent electronically through the website of the journal.

2. No personal details may appear in the text of the manuscript or in the properties of the file. Authors must ensure that all identifying markers in the text and in the document properties are removed from the submitted proposal.

3. Authors of reviews must submit a brief CV.

4. Authors are asked to provide the following information in a separate file:

- Author’s full name*:

- Institution/Affiliation:

- Department:

- Position:

-ORCID:
- Institutional address:
- Institutional e-mail:
- Statement that the article is not under consideration in any other publication.


*If there is more than one author, please include all the information from each.
 
If authors do not comply with these preliminary requirements, their proposals will be returned.

5. The proposals should address theoretical or empirical issues related to the research areas specified above. Article proposals should be between 6,000 and 8,000 words including all sections (i.e. abstract, keywords, text, tables, illustrations, acknowledgements, footnotes and references). Book reviews should be from 1,500 to 2,000 words (books reviewed should have been released in the last two years).

6. Each proposal must be accompanied by a 100-word abstract and 5 keywords or phrases, both in English and in Spanish. The abstract and the keywords should convey the essential aspects of the contribution. A summary of the various sections of the article must also be provided.

7. Whenever possible articles should follow an internal structure similar to that of the IMRyD model (Introduction-Method-Results-Discussion) for the communication of scientific results. This way, the evaluators can rate the work considering the following rubric:

-Introduction. The introduction should be understood to offer the object of study, describing the problem it attempts to address, the method of analysis and the primary and secondary sources utilized.

 -Development. The central part of the text should be used to analyze the object of study. Authors may utilize as many epigraphs and sections as necessary.

 -Conclusion. This section should be utilized to concretize in a systematic and precise way the results of the research. Important and original contributions offered by the research results should be emphasized, as well as possible research lines offered by the findings that can contribute to the debate of the historiographical community.

8. Requirements of proposals to be considered for publication:

    8.1. The articles must be original and include relevant critical reflections concerning any of the topics relevant to ES Review.

    8.2. The articles must be adequately and clearly written, following the style sheet described below.

   8.3. The articles must present a sound theoretical approach, a well-designed methodology, well-supported statements and results, as well as reasonable conclusions.

   8.4. The book reviews should include a concise and accurate summary of the book under consideration, providing a clear idea of the contents.

Stylesheet:

ES Review will conform to the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 8th Edition. The MLA Handbook will guide questions of citations and referencing, and, as much as possible, issues of grammar and style. Authors can choose either American or British spelling but consistency is required.

  • Page setup

- Headers and footers must be avoided.
- Footnotes should be reduced to a minimum and follow the body of the text.

  • Article format

-Boldface, underlining and italics should be avoided unless they are used for foreign language, highlighting or emphasis.

  • Examples:

- Examples should be indented.
- Examples should be numbered with Arabic numerals in parentheses: (1), (2), (3), etc.

  • Sections and headings:

Up to four levels of headings are permissible. Levels 3 and 4 must follow the pattern of level 2 in the template.

  • Illustrations, tables and figures (gif/jpg):

- They should be included in a separate file.
- They should follow a consecutive numbering (using Arabic numerals).
- The preferred position should be indicated in the text in this way:
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INSERT TABLE 1 HERE
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- Authors are responsible for obtaining permission for the use of copyright material.

  • Index citations and references:

We provide here a few instances, but authors should consult the MLA Handbook (8th edition) for specific uses.    

  • Quotations in the text:

- Brief quotations (less than 40 words) must be inserted in the main text within double quotation marks.
- Long quotations (more than 40 words) must be inserted in a separate paragraph and indented from the left-hand margin.

-Quotations of verse lines should be indented when these are four or more than four.   

  • Bibliographical citations in the text:

The author’s last name and page references if applicable (Highet 36).    

  • List of references

-References should be listed alphabetically.

-Names of authors must be written as they appear on the title page of the publication.

-Leave a space between one reference and the next.

-When there are several entries by the same author, do not replace the name with dashes: provide the full name in all the entries.

Examples of references: 

Journal Article:

Connor, Steven. “The Strangeness of Charles Dickens.” English Review, vol. 2, no. 4, 1992, pp. 2-6.

Book:
Highet, Gilbert. Greek and Roman Influences on Western Literature. Oxford University Press, 1949.
 
Edited book:
Grazia, Margreta de, and Stanley Wells, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare. Cambridge University Press, 2001.

Book chapter:
Saglia, Diego. “Iberian Translations: Writing Spain into British Culture, 1780-1830.” Romanticism    and the AngloHispanic Imaginary, edited by Joselyn Almeida, Rodopi, 2010. pp. 25-51.

Electronic document:

Hume, David. “Of Superstition and Enthusiasm.” Essays, Moral, Political, and Literary (LF ed.)

[1777], Online Library of Liberty, edited by Eugene F. Miller, oll.libertyfund.org/titles/hume-essays-moral-political-literary-lf-ed. Accessed 15 November 2016.