Two printed copies and an electronic file with the text of an article for consideration should be sent to the editor (at Artibus et Historiae, see the address below), together with a ca. 100-300-word abstract, list of illustrations and photocopies of illustrations, also in duplicate. Authors are responsible for securing permission to reproduce all illustrations. Please include also your CV. The author's name should only appear on a separate cover sheet.Contributions should be sent to:
Artibus et Historiae
Plac Matejki 7/8
Submissions should be illustrated (initial submission with accompanying photocopies of illustrations) and the attached cover sheet should include:
- full name and title
- institutional address and/or home address
- telephone number and fax number (optional)
- e-mail address
- title of submission
Please make sure that your name does NOT appear anywhere than on the cover sheet. This is to preserve author anonymity and failure to comply with these guidelines may result in considerable delay to the review process.
- Artibus et Historiae publishes only original articles, we do not publish previously published material or material simultaneously submitted to other publishers
- Artibus et Historiae is a peer-reviewed journal and articles considered for publication are read by specialist readers, as well as the editorial team
- Artibus et Historiae aims to inform potential contributors of a decision within six months of their submission, though (especially in summer) this can be variable
- all submitted articles are read by three readers
- decisions by the editor are final
- once accepted, it can take up to eighteen months for an essay to be published but this also varies (please bear in mind that Artibus et Historiae appears on semi-annual basis; we have only two issues per year)
- once accepted for publication, the author must agree to undertake any necessary revisions and to deliver a final copy to the editor by a mutually agreed date
- Artibus et Historiae encourages illustrated articles and if necessary may ask authors to supply extra images
- all articles accepted for publication will be sent to author at proof stage (preferably, by e-mail, in PDF format)
- authors are expected to print out and correct page proofs; corrected galleys must be returned to the editor as soon as possible, no later than within ten days of receipt (unless mutually agreed otherwise)
- authors get one (1) bound copy of the journal and fifty (50) off-prints of the paper published in Artibus et Historiae; no further off-prints can be ordered
LENGTH AND FORMAT
- Artibus et Historiae does not impose a set length for submissions, however the illustrations should not exceed 25–30
- Artibus et Historiae encourages fully illustrated submissions but please remember that it is the responsibility of the author to provide both the images and the permission to reproduce them
- initial submission should be sent with accompanying photocopies of illustrations
- we accept articles written in English (UK English or American English spelling can be used – but consistently throughout the paper; please do not mix both), German, French or Italian (in all cases a summary in English is indispensable)
- the title page should indicate the author’s name, institution (if any), address, telephone number and email address
- do not put author’s name on any subsequent pages
- do not use headers and footers
- discs must be clearly labelled
- no separate bibliographies; please incorporate all references into endnotes
- acknowledgements should be an unnumbered endnote at the beginning of endnotes
- please supply an abstract of c. 100–300 words, in English
HOW TO PREPARE PROPER SCANS FOR PUBLICATION
IN ARTIBUS ET HISTORIAE
Authors are responsible for securing permission to reproduce all illustrations.
Please DO NOT send any electronic illustrations by e- mail!
These are usually large files and can block our in- and outbound e-mail communication. Exceptionally, we allow for sending of single graphic files, but only in emergency. In such a case, please make sure that IRSA knows about your intention and is aware of the size of the file to be sent. We can also arrange for sending larger file using FTP (in emergency only). Digital image files should be sent by post to our address, on a clearly labelled CD-R or DVD-R. It is advisable to provide us also with possibly faithful prints of images to be printed in colour, to be used for adjusting colours of the digital files in print.
Both JPEG (.jpeg; .jpg) and TIFF (.tiff) files are acceptable. Please make sure that compression is set to the benefit of the picture’s quality (in the menu of your photo software choose: “better quality” = larger file; not smaller file, as thus the quality deteriorates). Colour mode should be set to CMYK or greyscale (for b&w photos); if you are not sure how to work with CMYK or your software does not support CMYK, save your files as RGB (for colour files) or greyscale (for b&w images).
DIMENSIONS AND RESOLUTION
FOR PHOTOS – both in colour and b&w (see examples on the illustrations in the PDF-file below):
- full-page illustration = min. 300 dpi @ 19 cm width (or height, depending on which is larger; the larger dimension counts);
- half-page (or 1/4-page) illustration = min. 300 dpi @ 9 cm width (if the shape is vertical quadrangle; it may be even 19 cm in height, if the picture is a very slim vertical rectangle);
- half-page illustration = min. 300 dpi @ 19 cm width (if the shape is horizontal rectangle)
FOR "LINE ART" (drawings, graphs etc.)
The same as above applies but the resolution should be at least 600 dpi at given dimensions.
- full-page illustration = min. 300 dpi @ 19 cm width (or height, depending on which is larger; the larger dimension counts)
- half-page (or smaller) illustration (VERTICAL) = min. 300 dpi @ 9 cm width (if the shape is vertical quadrangle; it may be even 19 cm in height, if the picture is a very slim vertical rectangle)
- half-page illustration (HORIZONTAL) = min. 300 dpi @ 19 cm width (if the shape is horizontal rectangle)