"Interstitio. East European Review of Historical Anthropology" is a magazine published by Rethinking History Center constituted by the Department of History and International Relations, Free International University from Moldova in cooperation with Institute of History, Faculty of Social Science, University of Silesia from Poland.
Resuscitation of historical researches in post-soviet space is a process as slow and difficult as the rehabilitation of all society. Current historiography suffers from the extreme ideologisation of the discipline in the past and the willingness of many historians to distort history in the service of politics. Thus, the process implies not only the recovery of the „white spaces” previously neglected through silence, but important methodological „adjustments” amplified through reorientation of the human dimension researches of history.
An essential aspect of review is promotion of new methods, directions, themes of research in historical scholarship in the post-totalitarian space from Eastern Europe.
Instructions to Authors
The texts must be sent to the electronic address of Rethinking History Center which will inform the author as soon as possible concerning the acceptance of the manuscript for publication.
Materials for publication can be written in one of three languages: English, Polish, and Romanian. All articles must be followed by a summary in English.
Footnotes must be numbered consecutively and placed at the bottom of the page: they should be typed separately double-spaced or provided as a separate computer file.
Authors should include, on a separate sheet, brief curriculum vitae.
References must contain sufficient information concerning the quoted sources. All direct quotations and cites should be clearly indicated, either by double quotation marks or by indenting the cited material. Detailed statements of fact and reference to the work of other authors should be clearly attributed in the footnotes.
Special care should be taken in quoting non-English sources: all requisite special characters in those languages must be provided. Languages which utilize non-Latin alphabets, such as Cyrillic, should be cited in the original format whenever possible.
During the process of editing an accepted manuscript, the editors of Interstitio. East European Review of Historical Anthropology reserve the right to make stylistic and grammatical corrections, minor abbreviations or nonessential alterations intended to correct typographic errors and/or clarify the author's point. Under no circumstances will the Review make changes that violate the integrity of the work or the purpose of the author in any way. To avoid problems, authors are urged to submit amendments or corrections to the editors as soon as possible after notification of acceptance and return proofs promptly.
May 15, 2006 – for the first issue, 2006
September 15, 2006 – for the second issue, 2006
Rethinking History Center
Laboratory of Cultural Anthropology
Free International University from Moldova
str. Vlaicu Pircalab 52, of. 705a
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