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Scope and policy
The mission of the Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas is to publish original works in Anthropology, Archaeology, Indigenous Languages, and in related fields. It accepts contributions in Portuguese, Spanish, English, and French.
The Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências
Humanas has an International Advising Board. The manuscripts are first
examined by the Editor or by one of the Associate Editors. The Editor
has the right of recommending alterations be made to the papers submitted
or to return them when they fail to comply with the Bulletin's editorial
Publication means fully assigning and transferring all copyrights of the manuscript to the Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas. The Liability Statement and Assignment of Copyrights will be enclosed with the notice of acceptance, and must be signed by all authors and returned.
In order to guarantee originality of its contents, the Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas applies anti-plagiarism tools that are available on the Web.
Preparation of manuscripts
and French for the following sections:
Research Articles - Scientific and original analytical articles reporting on research that effectively contributes to the advancement of knowledge. Maximum length: 30 pages.
The text must be sent in Word for Windows format, in Times New Roman, font 12, 1.5 spacing between lines, and pages must be numbered. Papers in the field of Indigenous Languages must use a Unicode compatible font such as Arial, Calibri, Cambria, Déjà Vu (freely available on the Internet), Tahoma or any other which includes IPA phonetic symbols. Times New Roman is of preference but only more recent Windows versions include IPA in Unicode. One should never improvise IPA symbols such as ɨ, ʉ, etc.by using strike-through of common letters.
To highlight terms or phrases, please use single quotation marks. Quotations and epigraphs should be in double quotation marks. Only foreign language words and phrases, and Latinized scientific names should be in italics.
Manuscripts should comply with ABNT recommendations: abstracts: NBR 6028; quotations: NBR 10520; references: NBR 6023; papers in scientific publications in print: NBR 6022.
To quote or mention authors throughout the text, please use the following format: author's last name, year, page. All quotations in the body of the text must be accurate and listed at the end of the paper, in alphabetical order.
Tables should be in text format (Word), numbered in sequence, mentioned in the body of the text and should have clear captions. Any pictures or graphs should be on separate files and numbered, with their respective captions. Images must have a minimum resolution of 300 dpi and minimum size of 1,500 pixels, in JPEG format, or TIFF. Must have a maximum of 16.5 cm wide and 20 cm tall (for use in two columns), or 8 cm wide and 20 cm tall (for use in a column). The text information contained in the images must be in Arial font with size between 7 and 10 pts.
Texts must fully comply with scientific naming rules, in addition to respecting the abbreviations and conventions adopted in the respective fields. Footnotes are to be used when strictly necessary, never for references, and are to be indicated in Arabic numbers.
After the text-formatting phase, authors will receive their paper in PDF format for final approval. Authors must return the file in ten days informing the Editors in writing of any changes in the text and/or approval issues. At this stage, changes concerning content or changes resulting in an increase or decrease in the number of pages will not be accepted. In the event the author does not meet the 10-day deadline, the paper will be published according to the last version approved by the author.
Title - The title must appear both in the original language of the text
and in English (when English is not the original language). Title must
be centralized and in bold. Do not use block capitals. The title must
be written the same way on the cover page and on page two.
VERÍSSIMO, José. A Educação Nacional. 2. ed. Rio de Janeiro: Livraria Francisco Alves, 1906.
CUNHA, Manoela Carneiro. Política Indigenista no Século XIX.
In: CUNHA, Manuela Carneiro (Ed.). História dos Índios
no Brasil. São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, Secretaria Municipal
de Cultura, FAPESP, 1992.
GOELDI, Emílio. O estado atual dos conhecimentos sobre os índios do Brasil, especialmente sobre os índios da foz do Amazonas, no passado e no presente. Boletim do Museu Paraense de Historia Natural e Ethnographia, Belém, v. 2, n. 4, p. 397-417, 1898.
GOELDI, Emílio. Escavações arqueológicas em 1895: executadas pelo Museu Paraense no Litoral da Guiana Brasileira entre Oiapoque e Amazonas. Belém: Museu Paraense de História Natural e Ethnographia, 1900. (Memórias do Museu Goeldi, n. 1).
MOORE, Denny. Syntax of the language of the Gavião Indians of Rondônia (Brazil), 1984. 200 f. Thesis (PhD Anthropology thesis) - University of New York, Nova York, 1984.
IBGE. Fundação Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística.
Disponible in: <http//www.ibge.gov.br/home/
All submissions must be sent through the online platform ScholarOne. (https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/bgoeldi-scielo).
There are no fees for submission and review articles.
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