Submission Guidelines

Guidelines for authors: Submitted articles must be original, not published partially or completely in another paper-based or online academic journal. Responsibility for the originality and contents of published papers rests totally upon the authors.
All papers are assessed based on an evaluation grid set designed by the reviewers.
Articles submitted after the deadline will not be published in the issue to be printed in December 2020. Authors are notified of the receipt of their article in 10 working days. Reviewers will highlight all the corrections in red. In the article’s revised version the reviewers’ comments will be deleted.
If the researcher does not want to make all the required changes, the article will not be accepted for publication. The same rule applies both to the external collaborators and to the editorial board.

The academic journal Doc.Eu is made available upon receipt of payment; the authors have to sign the publishing agreement accessible on the journal’s website and when printed, to buy the journal. Inaccurate/ fanciful addresses will not be taken into account and the journal will not be sent to the author, even if it has been paid for. Each number’s price is set by the publishing house depending on the number of pages. The journal will be sent by the Romanian Post (the national postal operator), only once, simultaneously, to all authors, after all of them have paid for it.

General information:

1. Only papers in Romanian, English and French are accepted.
2. The academic journal Doc.Eu is addressed particularly to undergraduates and PhD students, but papers written by professors, secondary school teachers and researchers are also accepted.
3. Submitted papers should not exceed 8 pages (single spacing), bibliography included. The authors that submit highly original papers (archival research, manuscript studies, presentation of innovative field researches) may ask for an exemption from the 8-page rule vis an email sent to the coordinator of that particular issue (articole@doc-eu.com). 4. Papers written in Microsoft Word, compatible with docx, should be sent ONLY to the following email addresses: articole@doc-eu.com, doc.eu2018@gmail.com. Foreign authors should sent their papers ONLY to the following email addresses: articles@doc-eu2018, doc.eu2018@gmail.com. The papers sent to the editorial board’s personal email addresses
WILL NOT be taken into account. The file should be named as follows: SURNAME. First name. Title. Those files that have another name WILL NOT BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT. 5. The abstracts should be placed ONLY at the BEGINNING of the paper. They should be written in English or French and should be followed by several keywords: Cambria, size 11, bolded. Only one abstract should be suggested.
6. The author’s institutional affiliation, title and email address should be inserted in the first footnote. The editorial board reserves the right to delete long biographical presentations and redundancies without asking for the author’s permission. By signing the publishing agreement available on the journal’s website, the author accepts its terms and conditions.

Submission Guidelines:

I. Titles

1. The paper’s title, small capitals, should be aligned to the right and should be followed by First name SURNAME (Ionel POPESCU).
2. The author’s institutional affiliation (university, faculty, department and city) and the email address should be written in the first footnote.
3. The title’s font: Cambria, size 14.
4. The subtitle’s font: Cambria, size 12.
5. The subtitles should not be numbered.
6. The papers should have a maximum 10-line abstract written in English or French

II. Text

1. The pages should not be numbered.
2. Font: Cambria, size 12.
3. Single spacing.
4. Justify alignment.
5. The verses should be centered and left aligned, as follows:
Lu nasiddu paria cira chi adduma;
La vucca, si la guardi, tu nni spinni;
Li masciddi cchiù ghianchi di la scuma;
6. If the quotations are written in another foreign language, other than English or French, they must be translated in a footnote.
7. We strongly recommend the writers not to highlight the words or concepts used in the text (either in italics, bolded, underlined or numbered etc.).

III. Images

The paper should include no more than 10 images. For the images subject to copywrite, the paper should also have the proof of payment (on behalf of the journal and of the publishing house for 50 copies) and the contract signed between the author and the institution from which the photo was taken. The image size: 600×400 px/ 400×600 px.
The images should be sent separately, in JPEG format (named: SURNAME.first name.photo1, SURNAME.first name.photo2 etc.). In the text it should be indicated the place where the image ought to be inserted, as follows: Photo 1, Photo 2 etc. The images’ legends will appear in the text, under Photo 1, Photo 2. The images that do not comply with these requirements WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED.

III. Notes

1. The notes will be inserted after the quote, as follows (Blecher, 1970: 7), not at the bottom of the page. These are in-text citations. At the foot of the page the author should insert ONLY his/her comments or any other information relevant for the paper. Footnotes’ font: Cambria, size 10.
2. Quotes longer than 3 typed lines should be written in a separate paragraph, a free standing block of text (exergue), size 11, single spacing, without quotation marks or italics. 3. Quotes that do not exceed 3 typed lines should be written in the text and should have quotation marks.
4. Any observation included in the quote should be written in square brackets [ ].
5. In case of manuscripts, any amendment/ proposed supplement or missing part of the manuscript should be marked […], [proposed supplement / explanations].
6. The books’ or scientific works’ titles should be written in italics.
7. Only the authors and the scientific works mentioned in notes should be included in the bibliography. 8. An indirect quote should be followed by apud. However, we recommend the writers to avoid citing a secondary source using apud.
9. For the papers written in a foreign language the author should use the format guidelines specific to that particular language.

IV. Bibliography

1. The author’s surname and first name should be fully cited (PETRESCU, Camil), except in case the author himself abbreviates his first name.
2. Font: Cambria, size 10, hanging.
3. For books: CASSIAN, Nina (1972), Lotopoeme, București, Albatros.
4. For anthologies:
the author’s full name followed by the year, title, etc. should be mentioned.
E.g. GRUNBERG, Laura (coord.) (2010), Introducere în sociologia corpului, Iași, Polirom.
5. For newspapers/ journals:
CESEREANU, Ruxandra (2009), „O aniversare întârziată: M. Blecher. Corps, os, piele, sânge”, in Steaua 12, pp. 7-9.
6. For online sources: The webiography is accepted ONLY for interviews, archival documents, images or not printed books. The reference should be as follows:
SURNAME, First name, year, Title [online], accessed on [date].
E.g.: MARTIN, Nicolas, Expérience de Stanford : sommes-nous tous des bourreaux en puissance ? [https://www.franceculture.fr/emissions/la-methode-scientifique/la-methode-scientifique-du-jeudi-03-mai-2018] – accessed on [25/01/2019].