The journal accepts articles in the scope of 6 000 to 10 000 words, Review Essays and Materials not exceeding 8 000 words, Reviews in the scope of max. 3 000, always including references and footnotes, which have to comply with the citation rules set out bellow. Short reports in the scope max. 1 500 words would be also accepted.
Manuscripts should be submitted in this format:
All references should be made in the text in format (name of the author(s), year, p. X). Footnotes are used just for clarification when further explanation is needed.
References should follow these citation rules. For details, please consult any of the articles on the web page of the journal.
Bronner, S. J. 2016. Folklore: The Basics. New York — London: Routledge.Haring, L. (ed.). 2016. Grand Theory in Folkloristics. Encounters: Explorations in Folklore and Ethnomusicology. Bloomington–Indiana: Indiana University Press.
Festinger, L., Riecken, H. H., Schachter, S. 1956. When prophecy fails. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Eyal, G., I. Szelényi, E. Townsley. 1998. Making Capitalism Without Capitalists: Class Formation and Elite Struggles in Post-Communist Central Europe. London: Verso.
b) Journal article
Anderson, H. A. 1985. “Ernest Thompson Seton and the Woodcraft Indians”. Journal of American Culture 8 (1): 43–50.
c) Book chapter
Kaiser, R. 1987. “Chief Seattle’s speech(es): American origins and European reception”. Pp. 497–536 in B. Swan, A. Krupat (eds.). Recovering the Word: Essays on Native American Literature. Berkeley: University of California Press.
d) Digital sources
Tronti, M. 2010. “The Struggle Against Labor.” Online at http://operaismoinenglish. wordpress.com/2010/09/29/struggle-againstlabor/ (accessed 6 October 2017).