Stylesheet: Guidelines for submitted manuscripts

1. General Information
1.1 Images/Pictures
1.2 Submission of Articles and Reviews
2. Formatting Essays and Reviews
2.1 Quotations
2.2 Footnotes
3. Bibliography
3.1 Monographs and Edited Volumes
3.2 Articles from Journals or Edited Volumes
3.3 Reviews
3.4 Documents from Websites
4. Publication of Reviews

1. General Information


Energeia publishes essays, miscellanea and reviews as well as documents in German, English and all Romance languages.
All essays submitted to the journal should be unpublished original contributions from the field of linguistics or language philosophy; three independent reviewers will evaluate these anonymously within a period of three months.
The essays or reviews must be submitted as word-documents.
The essays should display a clear structure with headings and subheadings.
Every essay must be preceded by an abstract of approx. 150 words and from a minimum of five to a maximum of ten key words. Both the abstract and the key words should be composed in the language of the contribution as well as in English.
Furthermore, authors should enclose a short presentation of their academic focus as well as the indication of their place of work, their most important publications, their current research topics, etc.; this information should not exceed a maximum of ten lines.
We kindly request that authors follow these guidelines when writing their essays. Contributions which do not fulfill the necessary conditions cannot be accepted.

1. 1. 1.1 Images/Pictures

  • All kinds of images, such as graphics, pictures or diagrams, can be rendered both black and white as well as in color, inasmuch as the quality of the original permits.

  • Please submit images in jpg, gif or tif format with a minimal resolution of 300 dpi and as a separate file.

  • Pictures or illustrations by other authors must be authorized for publication

1. 2. Submission of Articles and Reviews


Articles and reviews are to be sent to the following e-mail address as word-documents:
Prof. Dr. Johannes Kabatek / University of Zurich
info@energeia-online.org

2. Formatting Essays and Reviews

2. 1. Quotations


Concerning quotations and linguistic examples illustrating the presented analysis: Quotations in Spanish, French, German and English as well as all examples in these languages need not be translated; quotations in other languages are to be translated into the respective language the article is written in.
Short quotations are to be incorporated into the running text and put between quotation marks of the type in example 1; all quotations exceeding three lines are to be set in the next line without quotation marks, indented five spaces from the left margin (cf. example 2).
In English, German and Portuguese quotations, the period is to be placed at the end of the sentence, not incorporating the reference to the source into the sentence, whereas in Spanish the period is placed behind the bibliographical reference.

(1) Example:

Comrie (1976: 52), for example, notes: “More generally, the perfect indicates the continuing present relevance of a past situation”.

(2) Example:

Denn wie Thomason und Kaufmans oft zitiertes Language Contact, Creolization, and Genetic Linguistics und auch andere Studien klar machen, ist gerade dauerhafter und intensiver Sprachkontakt eine fundamentale Vorbedingung für tiefgreifende Sprachumstrukturierung:
As we noted in chapter 3.2, two crucial parameters of intensity of contact in a borrowing situation are time and the level of bilingualism: long-term contact with widespread bilingualism among borrowing language speakers is a prerequisite for extensive structural borrowing. (Thomason/Kaufman 1988: 67)

Bibliographic references are to be incorporated into the text or illustrating examples; first the author, then the year, then the respective page (cf. example 2).

2.2. Footnotes


Footnotes are to be numbered consecutively and placed at the end of the respective page. In Spanish, the footnote is part of the sentence and placed before the period, unless it is a direct text quotation. In German and English, however, the footnote is placed after the period:

(3) Example:

Los autores deberán atenerse a las normas editoriales de Energeia 1.

(4) Example:

Die Autoren sollten die redaktionellen Richtlinien von Energeia einhalten.1


3. Bibliography


The bibliography is given at the end of the respective essays and states only those titles which are explicitly mentioned in the article. Bibliographic information is to be given as follows:

3.1. Monographs and Edited Volumes


Surname, Forename (Year): Title. Place of Publication: Publishing House.
Surname, Forename/Surname, Forename (Year): Title. Place of Publication: Publishing House.
Surname, Forename/Surname, Forename (ed.) (Year): Title. Place of Publication: Publishing House.

The place of publication is to be stated according to its original name, for example Frankfurt instead of Francfort or New York instead of Nueva York.
English titles are not to be written in capital letters

(5) Example:

Estany, Anna (1993): Introducción a la Filosofía de la Ciencia. Barcelona: Crítica.
Díez, José A./Moulines, Carlos Ulises (1999): Fundamentos de filosofía de la ciencia.
Barcelona: Ariel.
Barber, Alex (ed.) (2003): Epistemology of Language. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


3.2. Articles from Journals or Edited Volumes


Surname, Forename (Year): “Title”, in: Surname, Forename/Surname, Forename (ed.): Title. Place of Publication: Publishing House, xx-xx.
Surname, Forename (Year): “Title”, in: Journal xx [vol. in Arabic numerals], xx [n° in Arabic numerals],. xx-xx

(6) Example:

Berlin, Isaiah (1966): “The concept of scientific history”, en: William H. Dray (ed.):
Philosophical Analysis and History. Nueva York/Londres: Harper & Row, 5-53.
Cavalcanti Fadul, Elvia/Muniz, Reynaldo (2000): “Contradicciones en un proceso
democrático: la práctica del presupuesto participativo en las ciudades brasileñas”, en:
Revista del CLAD Reforma y Democracia 18, 131-154.


3.3. Reviews

Carvalho, Ana Maria (1997): Resenha de Aldema Menine Trindade & Luís Ernesto Behares
(orgs.) (1996): Fronteiras, educação, e integração, Santa Maria: UFSM, 1996, en:
Revista Internacional da Língua Portuguesa12, 76-80.

3.4. Documents from Websites

Estivill, Assumpció/Urbano, Cristóbal (1997): Cómo citar recursos electrónicos. (3. August 2009).


4. Publication of Reviews


The bibliographic information of reviewed books must be complete and contain the page numbers, series specification and ISBN number. Please observe the following format:

(7) Example:

Matthias Perl/Armin Schwegler (eds.): América negra: panorámica actual de los estudios lingüísticos sobre variedades hispanas, portuguesas y criollas. Madrid/Frankfurt: Iberoamericana/Vervuert (Lengua y Sociedad en el Mundo Hispánico, 1) 1998. 397 páginas. ISBN 978-3-89354-371-6 (Vervuert)/ISBN 978-84-88906-57-9 (Iberoamericana).
The name of the author as well as the institution and location are to be mentioned at the end of the review.


(8) Example:

Juana López
University of California, Irvine