Information for authors
Arts & Cultural Studies Review is an open-access, peer-reviewed quarterly journal, and all published articles are available in print and online (through the WUJ/publisher website). It covers a variety of cultural studies’ approaches and perspectives, including cultural theory, critical theory, area studies, media studies, new media art, art theory and heritage studies among others. Arts & Cultural Studies Review uses following working languages: Polish and English.
All submitted papers (including reviews and interviews) are subject to double blind peer review.
- Authors should send their papers in the form of .doc or .odt files to our official e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sending the file is tantamount to declaration that the paper is the original work that was not published before and is not being prepared for publication somewhere else.
- Editorial Office reserves its rights to shortcuts and changes in received papers (including titles).
- Paper should have an abstract (250 words), keywords, bibliography and also mailing address with e-mail included.
- Any illustrations (photographs, tables or figures) could be included in the paper, only if the author would provide written approval from the owner of the copyright to those illustrations.
- A paper should be written with Times New Roman 12 points for the main text (10 points for footnotes) and leading 1,5.
- A paper should be no longer than 40 000 signs (including spaces and footnotes).
- People mentioned in the main text (authors, creators, editors etc.) should be named by full name.
- Fragments of other publications should be marked in quotation marks (down and up). Cited text inside the citation should be marked with « ».
- All titles of books, films, artistic creations etc. should be written in italics in the main text.
- Titles of newspapers and journals should be written with straight font and quotation marks.
- All non-English words should be written in italics.
- If the author wants to highlight a part of a text, they should do it with a scattered font.
Please use the Chicago Style Notes and Bibliography System (with footnotes). You can find more information about Chicago Style here.