Publishing instruction for
the 5th Warsaw Conference for Young Jewish Studies Researches conference
Due to the requests we are getting, we will be accepting your articles untill the 1st of October 2013!
Article written in a different manner than suggested in the instruction, can be rejected from the book summarizing the conference.
- Page size A4;
- Vertical text layout;
- Font – Times New Roman, size 12;
- Article should be written in word processor: MS WORD 2003 or 2007 (extension doc, docx or rtf – no other files will be accepted);
- Space between the lines: 1,5;
- First line indent:1,5 cm;
- Margins: upper, down, right, left – 2,5 cm;
- Article text should be justified (flush left and right);
- Footnotes and bibliography should be flush left & ragged right;
- No page numbers;
- The length of the article should not exceed one text sheet i.e. 40.000 signs with space or approx 22 pages, nor be shorter than half of this limit.
2. Article layout:
- Title-page (centered text)
- Name and surname of the Author / Authors (font Times New Roman o size 14)
- Name of institution your article is to be affiliated with (font Times New Roman size 14)
- Article title (font Times New Roman size 14, in bold)
- Summary - 500 words max (font Times New Roman size 12, text justified right & left)
3. Words, phrases and quotes in foreign languages should be written in italics. If you are quoting other publications, you are obliged to add a footnote leading to your source.
- Tables should be done in MS WORD 2003, 2007 or MS Excel 2003, 2007. Each table should be numbered, title on top of it and source at the bottom.
- Font: Times New Roman, size 10, single spacing.
- There should be no empty cells in the tables. In case of “no data available” you sould place “—„ sign.
- Do not edit frames nor add any graphical accessories such as shading or colourful frame.
- You can add tables, photos, pictures or charts in the text, but they should all be numbered continuously.
- Table title should be given above the table, in case of pictures, graphs or photos please add the title at the bottom of the illustration. Source should be given always at the bottom. In case if the illustration or the graph is your own, please write “Source: Own elaboration based on................................”.
- The rules above apply to all tables, photos, pictures and graphs in the article.
- Footnotes applying to the tables, graphs or illustrations should be added directly under them, before the source description.
- Auto numerated, continuous for all the article, justified left & right, font size 10 pkt, single spacing.
- Numbers should consist no dots and no brackets, they should be written in the upper fraction of the text.
- Every footnote should be closed by a dot (“.”).
- Type and order of the information:
- If your footnote relates to a source available on-line, please add a date of your visit on the website (access date: day.month.year), and remove the hyperlink (text should be black, not underlined, without an active link to the website). Example:
http://www.ca.uw.edu.pl/v-warszawska-konferencja-judaistyczna (access date: 10.6.2013)
- Bibliography should be added on the very end of the article (it is not included in total sign count of the article). Alphabetical order starting with the authors secondary name. Each entry should be finished with a dot.
- Each entry should consists this information in this particular order: Name and secondary name, title, publishers office name, place where it was published, year: Example:
Anthony Giddens, Socjologia, PWN, Warszawa, 2004.
- If you are using an article as a source this information in this particular order: Name and secondary name, title of the article, title of the paper in which it was published in italics, year and number, pages. Example (with 2 authors):
Anna Kubiak, Anita Miszalska, Czynowa próżnia społeczna, czyli o stanie więzi społecznej w III Rzeczypospolitej, Kultura i Społeczeństwo, 2004, nr 2, s. 25 - 40.
- In case of articles in foreign languages all information should be given in an original language. Example:
Cris Jean Jabocko, Value transformations in old and new social movements, The Review of Communication, 2001, No 1, s. 52-74.
- In case of non-Latin alphabet use transcription to Latin alphabet accordingly to applying standards.
- Internet sources shoudl be added to bibliography. In cases where name of the author is present, website address should be added together with the name in alphabetical order, if there’s no such information, add the website address at the end of bibliography (always remove the hyperlink). Examples:
John Smith, On The Meaning of Life , www.meaning.com/smith
7. Legal issues
In cases where works or parts of works belonging to other author (photographs, illustrations, pictures reproductions etc.) are added to the article the Author of the article is obliged to add a written confirmation saying that accordingly to the copyright the material in question can be legally published. In cases where materials in question are owned by a museum or an archive, letter confirming legal approval of a reprint in a book is required. In cases where copyright no longer applies (due to time passed since its creation / authors death), an information confirming that, signed by the article’s author is required.
Publishers and transfers responsibility connected with the copyright on the Authors of articles submitted for publication. Submitting of the article is equivalent to acceptance of that paragraph.
Author bears all the legal responsibility connected with usage of source materials.
Submitting articles does not mean that they are automatically accepted to be printed. We will inform each of the Authors within time no longer than one and a half month (i.e. until the end of November 2013) if their article will be published.
There is no payment nor salary to be paid to the authors after the publication.
Articles will be subject to essential and publishing editing. Editors will contact you in case of any changes submitted to the articles or in cases or doubts or questions.
 Brown S., On Jews and Religion, 1984, pp. 15-34.
 Smith M., Immigrants, Sociological Review, no 4 (1992), pp. 81-89.
The organizers of the Fifth Warsaw Conference for Young Jewish Studies Researchers would like to thank all the participants and moderators for taking part in the conference.
We also thank our sponsors:
- Polskiemu Towarzystwu Historycznemu
- Żydowskiemu Instytutowi Historycznemu im. Emanuela Ringelbluma
- Żydowskiej Gminie Wyznaniowej
- Fundacji im. Róży Luksemburg
- Fundacji Nissenbaumów
- Żydowskiej Ogólnopolskiej Organizacji Młodzieżowej
- Towarzystwu Społeczno-Kulturalnemu Żydów w Polsce
- Samorządowi Studentów Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
- Marszałkowi Województwa Mazowieckiego
- Fundacji Shalom
- Radio Kampus
- Kwartalnikowi Cwiszyn
- Centrum Badania i Nauczania Dziejów i Kultury Żydów w Polsce im. Mordechaja Anielewicza
- Instytutowi Historycznemu Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
- Studenckiemu Kołu Naukowemu Historyków UW
- Miastu Warszawa
The exact instructions applying to how to write an article will be placed on this website in the beginning of June.