The magazine publishes original works, by authors who have at least a
doctor's degree, as articles, documents preceded by a introductory review,
summaries, translations and interviews - exceptionally, in its section
of summaries, the magazine accepts to evaluate contributions from authors
who are in process of obtaining their doctor's degree. The works may be
in Portuguese, English, Spanish, and Italian; those written in a foreign
language must bring title, abstract, and keywords in Portuguese and English
- respecting the same determinations as for those in Portuguese.
The articles must have 15 to 30 pages, typed with 2.0 cm margins, Times
New Roman 12 font, and a 1.5 line spacing (in general). Short direct quotes
(up to 3 lines) must be placed in the body of the text, between only quotation
marks (no italics).
Long direct quotes (over three lines) must be indented in 4.0 cm, 11 font
size, simple line spacing. For direct and indirect quotes, we use the
author-date system. Example: (SILVA, 2004, p.12). Notes placed after Bibliographic
References must be explanatory only and reduced to only the information
that is ESSENTIAL for the understanding of the text. The Bibliographic
References must contain ONLY those books contained in the article, according
to the following examples:
Books and monographs. LAKATOS, E. M.; MARCONI, M. A. Metodologia do trabalho
científico. 2 ed. São Paulo: Atlas, 1986.
Books Chapters. JOHNSON, W. Palavras e não palavras. In: STEINBERG,
C. Meios de comunicação de massa. São Paulo: Cultrix,
1972, pp. 47-66.
Dissertations and Theses. SILVA, João da. A Independência
do Brasil. 2009. Dissertação (Mestrado em História)
- Faculdade de História, Direito e Serviço Social, Universidade
Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho", Franca,
Articles from periodicals. ARAUJO, V. G. de. A crítica musical
paulista no século XIX: Ultrico Zwingli. Arte-unesp, São
Paulo, n.4, v.7, pp.59-63, 1991.
Congress or similar works (published) - MARIN, A. J. Educação
continuada: sair do formalismo? In: CONGRESSO ESTADUAL PAULISTA SOBRE
FORMAÇÃO DE EDUCADORES, 1, 1990. Anais ... São Paulo:
UNESP, 1990, pp. 114-8.
Exhibits and/or appendices - will be included only when they are imperative
for the understanding of the text.
Tables - must be sequentially numbered with Arabic numerals and headed
by a title.
Figures - with keys, which must be sequentially numbered in Arabic numerals
and initiated by the term FIGURE.
The articles must meet the following order: Title (in Portuguese and English);
author(s) with biographical footnotes (degree - institutional relationship
- full address of the institution - sponsor - e-mail); Abstract (in Portuguese
and English); Text; Bibliographic References; and Notes (if any).
Examples of biographical footnotes:
* Professor Doctor - Department of History and the History Graduate Program
- School of History, Law, and Social Service - UNESP - Univ. Estadual
Paulista, Franca Campus - Av. Eufrásia Monteiro Petráglia,
900, CEP: 14409-160, Franca, São Paulo, Brazil. The research that
resulted in this article was funded by CAPES. E-mail: email@example.com
**Master in History - Doctor's Degree Student - History Graduate Program
- School of Sciences and Language Arts of Assis - UNESP - Univ. Estadual
Paulista, Assis Campus - Av. Dom Bosco, 2100, CEP: 19806-900, Assis, São
Paulo - Brazil. CNPq Scholarship Student.
The introductory review that precedes the document must not be longer
than 07 pages typed according to the standards for articles, except for
abstract and keywords. There are no limits for the extension of the document
to be published, but the proposal must be accompanied by an authorization
related to the copyrights (when applicable).
The Summaries, which may be from 02 to 07 pages long, must approach national
and foreign publications, issued in the last 24 months. Resumo/abstract
and palavras-chaves/keywords are not required. Except for the above, the
Summaries follow the same standards as those for Articles.
The translations will be evaluated according to the importance of the
translated text and must be at most 50 pages long; they do not require
an abstract and keywords. Except for this, they meet the same standards
as Articles. They also must be accompanied of an authorization by the
author and the original text.
The interviews follow the question-answer format, do not require an abstract
and keywords and must not exceed 10 pages.
The data and concepts included in the works, as well as the accuracy of
the bibliographic references, are the full responsibility of the authors.
The authors are also responsible for the correct spelling, the use of
language and the translation of the abstract, the title, and the keywords
into English. We do not remunerate the contributions, the copyrights for
which are necessarily assigned to História (São Paulo) magazine.