Before sending your manuscript, please make sure that your piece complies with all these requirements:
- Check the word count (including footnotes and references)
- Articles: 5,000–8,000 words.
- Notes: 2,000–3,500 words.
- Reviews: 1,000–1,500 words.
- Include an abstract (max. 100 words) and 5 keywords. If possible, send them in Spanish and Portuguese as well. If none of these is your native language, let us know.
- Format, citations, and references follow SEDERI’s style sheet.
- Use American spelling and punctuation.
- Remove personal details from the file of the contribution.
- Attach a file with your name, affiliation, title of contribution, postal and email address and telephone number.
- Originality: the research piece has not been previously published (either in print or online), and is not under simultaneous consideration with another publisher.
- Copyright: no copyright of another journal, author or publisher is infringed.
- Obtain permissions for publication of copyrighted material (pictures, photographs, etc.).
Note that 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.
MARGINS: 2,5 cm for all the margins.
FONT: Times New Roman 12 throughout the text (including title, subtitles, notes, quotations, etc.)
HEADINGS AND SUBHEADINGS should be capitalized in the same font and size.
LINE SPACING: 1’5.
Use FOOTNOTES instead of endnotes.
Please avoid HEADERS, FOOTERS, PAGE NUMBERS.
Short quotations (up to 40 words) should be incorporated into the text, using quotation marks (“ ”).
Longer quotations should be indented without quotation marks and no italics.
SEDERI follows the 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS). You can find a quick citation guide at http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html.
- References within the text and in footnotes
SEDERI uses the author-date citation system, that is, the identification of sources is given in parenthetical citation in the text as they are mentioned or needed for support in the text.
- The information in parenthesis should include: author + publication year + page number(s).
Example: (Owen 1996, 27)
- If the author’s name is mentioned in the text, there is no need to repeat it in the citation.
Example: … Owen (1996, 27), has downplayed the importance of personal satire…
Footnotes are intended for providing further detail / commentary or for explanatory purposes.
- List of bibliographical references
A list of works cited should be provided at the end of the essay under the heading “References,” following the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS16).
Here you can find some examples of bibliographical citation for the reference list:
Carnegie, David, and Gary Taylor, eds. 2012. The Quest for Cardenio: Shakespeare, Fletcher, Cervantes, and the Lost Play. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Fuchs, Barbara. 2013. The Poetics of Piracy: Emulating Spain in English Literature. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Sidney, Philip. 1992. Astrophil y Stella. Edited by Fernando Galván Reula. Madrid: Cátedra.
Gjesdal, Kristin. 2013. “Shakespeare’s Hermeneutic Legacy: Herder on Modern Drama and the Challenge of Cultural Prejudice.” Shakespeare Quarterly 64 (1): 60-69.
Quinn, William A. 2011. “Red Lining and Blue Penciling The Kingis Quair.” Studies in Philology 108: 189-214. DOI: 10.1353/sip.2011.0011.
Snyder, Susan. 2001. “The Genres of Shakespeare’s Plays.” In The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare, edited by Margreta de Grazia, and Stanley Wells, 83-97. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.