SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Complete, fully revised papers and reviews, should be send by email only to cei@iscap.ipp.pt.

We only accept articles within the deadlines prescribed by the annual Call for Papers.

General instructions

- The complete papers must have a maximum of 30 pages.

- Texts must be edited with a line spacing of 1.5, A4 pages, Times New Roman, size 12.

- Contributions in Portuguese, English, French, German or Spanish are accepted.

- The title of the article, the abstract and the key words must appear on the first page of the document, always in Portuguese and English and also in one of the other languages accepted by the Journal, if that is the case.

- Authors must provide a bionote of up to 150 words with some curriculum data and complete information on their institutional affiliation, including the name of their home institution (e.g. University, Faculty, Department/Center) and their country.

- Make sure the contribution is original and unpublished, that there is no conflict of interest and that it is not being evaluated or published in any other journal or other type of work.

- We accept a maximum of 3 images and graphics per article, which must be in readable and editable formats.

- Use footnotes, not endnotes.

- The submission files must be in Microsoft Word format.

- Any translation or correction must be done by the authors themselves.




Bibliographic referencing

Authors are responsible for correcting quotes. Reference standards must be consistent throughout the text and follow a standard recognized by academics. We recommend (not mandatory) the use of the latest version of the APA standard.


Citing and references in the text

- Quotations up to 4 lines are enclosed in quotation marks (" "), in normal text without further highlighting. The punctuation (point or comma) is placed after the reference.

- Quotations of 5 lines or more must be highlighted from the body of the text, indented, with a font size of one point smaller than the text and without quotation marks. The punctuation must be before the reference.

- Bibliographic references of the incorporated quotes must follow the following format: (Dervin, 2019, p.7).

Reference list

- The three main types of bibliographic references used in academic texts include books, book chapters and articles in scientific journals:

Christopher, D. (2015). British Culture: An Introduction. London and New York: Routledge.
Sarmento, C. (2014). New Images and Old Traditions in Portuguese Popular Culture. In C. Sarmento & R. Campos (Eds.), Popular and visual Culture (pp. 167-188). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Pascoal, S. (2018). “Identidade e interculturalidade: o Iberismo na Literatura de viagens portuguesa da segunda metade de Oitocentos”. E-REI – E-Revista de Estudos Interculturais, nº 6,. ISSN 2182- 6439.

- References reporting websites are preceded by the expression "Retrieved from". No need to mention the date of consultation.



As part of the submission process, authors are required to verify the compliance of the submission with all the items listed below. Submissions that do not meet the standards will be returned to the authors.

For any additional clarification, please send an email to cei@iscap.ipp.pt


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