Judaica Olomucensia

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Style Guide for Judaica Olomucensia

Authors are responsible for ensuring that their manuscripts conform to the journal style.

Article

The length of the articles should be 10,000–15,000 words (including notes and references). The article should begin with a summary of around 100 words, which should describe the main arguments and conclusions of the article. Brief biographical details (about 50 words) should be provided in the end.

It is the author’s responsibility to ensure the rights of images he/she wants to include in the publication. Tables should be kept to a minimum and contain only essential data.

Body of article

American spelling and vocabulary should be used. Write centuries in full, e.g. seventeenth. European date format, e.g.: 7 December 1845. Please separate prepositions and conjunctions with a dash, e.g.: ha-Medinah.

Within the text, please use:

square brackets [ ] for adding sense to a quote or title

round brackets ( ) for author-made comments and translations

quotation marks “ ” for quoted content

italics for words not in English

italics for book, journal and play titles

quotation marks “ ” for article titles

Referencing

MLA style should be used. Include place of publication. For URL references, enclose them in < > and add a date of publication and access. Titles in German should be given they are in German, for Hebrew titles capitalize the title but not the subtitle. Words such as volume or nunber should not be capitalized.

Notes

Footnotes should numbered consecutively through the article with arabic numerals. Please do not use endnotes, Harvard Style, or bibliographical references.A reference to a single source in the previous note can be replaced by "ibid"; in later notes by the author’s surname, note number and page numbers. Several titles by the author can be replaced by shortened forms.

Examples

4. Ibid. p. 160.

5. Totten (see note 2), p. 215.

6. Totten, Literature Art and Film (see note 2), p. 217.

Bibliography

The bibliography should contain all the cited works divided into primary and secondary.

 

Reference Guide for Judaica Olomucensia

Books

NO AUTHOR
A Handbook of Korea. 6th ed. Seoul International Pub. House, 1987.

ONE AUTHOR
Morrison, Toni. Sula. New York: Knopf, 1974.

TWO AUTHORS
Hyde, Margaret O. and Elizabeth Held Forsyth. Suicide: The Hidden Epidemic. Rev. ed. New York: Watts, 1986.

MORE THAN TWO AUTHORS
Quirk, Randolph, et al. A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language. London: Longman, 1985.

EDITOR
Perkins, Kathy A., ed. Black Female Playwrights: An Anthology of Plays Before 1950. Bloomington: Indiana U, 1989.

AUTHOR AND EDITOR/TRANSLATOR
Shakespeare, William. The Comedy of Errors. Ed. by T.S. Dorsch. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1988.

ESSAY/CHAPTER IN A BOOK
Klawans, Stuart. "Colorization: Rose-Tinted Spectacles." in Seeing Through Movies. Ed. Mark C. Miller. New York: Pantheon, 1990. 150-185.

Journals and Newspapers

JOURNALS
Brook, Dan W. "The Value of Prolonging Human Life." in Philosophical Studies. 50 (1986): 401-26.

ARTICLE SIGNED
Theroux, Paul. "China Passage by Rail." in National Geographic. March 1988: 296-329.

ARTICLE UNSIGNED
"Time for Doubt." in Time. 26 November 1990: 30-34.

ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES
Sapir, Edward. "Communication." in Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan, 1930.

INTERVIEW
Basso, Lilliam. Personal Interview. 4 Mar. 1991.

Media

TELEVISION AND RADIO
"Belly of the Beast." 48 Hours. Host Dan Rather. Narr. Peter Van Sant. CBS. 10 Aug. 1999.

FILM/VIDEO RECORDING
It's a Wonderful Life. Dir. Frank Capra. Perf. James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, and Thomas Mitchell. 1946. DVD. Republic, 2001.

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