AMEA is an academic journal focuses on Atlantic Europe during Middles Ages. AMEA publishes both general and special issues, feature articles, book reviews, monographic dossier... Please consult the Call for Papers for information about upcoming special issues. For any questions about the suitability of topics, please contact Jesús A. Solórzano Telechea & Beatriz Arízaga, Editors in Chief.
The manuscripts presented (deadline June 30th, 2007)have to be unpublished works which have not been approved for publication in other journals. The quality of the papers is guaranteed by means of a process of blind review by two scientific referees and one linguistic reviewer. Although the journal is published in print format, the processes of submission and reception of manuscripts, as well as revision and correction of proofs are all done electronically (email@example.com).
Authors will be informed of the acceptance, rejection and/or modifications required no later than four months after the receipt of the manuscript. Once the paper has been accepted, authors can check on the status of their article via the web site. Any doubts or questions should be addressed to the Editors.
Manuscripts should be sent to AMEA's website in a format that is recognisable to Microsoft Word (.doc) in any of its versions for Windows. The maximum length of manuscripts is 23 double-spaced pages (approximately 7000 words) including the abstract, references and appendices. Manuscripts will be submitted using a specific application of the electronic form used to send personal data. The page layout should follow these guidelines:
Size: DIN A4 (29 cm by 21 cm).
Margins, 3 cm: top, bottom, left, and right.
Font: Times New Roman, normal style, 12-point type.
Double spacing should be used for all the paper except for the references which are to be single-spaced.
Notes are to be placed at the end of the page and numbered in their order of appearance in the text.
The abstract is to be presented on one page and should include the following information:
Title and subtitle of the paper.
Field and sub-field of the work presented.
Abstract, which is to be no longer than 200 words, and should have no spaces between paragraphs.
Key words (between 3 and 5) which will be used for computerised indexing of the work.
The complete work should be no longer than 23 pages (about 7000 words) and should be structured as is shown below.
The languages of the journal are Spanish, English, French, Dutch and Portuguese.
AMEA is published once-yearly
Dr. Jesús A. Sólórzano Telechea
AMEA Editor in Chief
University of Cantabria
Av. Castros, s/n. 39005. Santander. Spain
Phone: 0034942202015 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website at http://www.amea.unican.es
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