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Scope and Policy
The journal Pandaemonium Germanicum, published since 1997 by the German Area of the Department of Modern Letters of the FFLCH/USP and the Post-Graduate Program in German Language and Literature, constitutes a forum for academic discussion in Germanistic fields, namely: German language literature, compared literature and cultural studies related to German-speaking countries, German linguistics, applied and contrastive linguistics (Portuguese/German), teaching of German as a foreign language and studies on translation logic. Pandaemonium seeks to disseminate studies by Germanists from Brazil and abroad, and to promote dialogue among Germanistic and other areas of Letters, as well as other spheres of knowledge.
Pandaemonium accepts submission of the following types of texts in the areas outlined above:
The journal considers texts on the topics listed above, written in continuous text, addressing specific themes in line with its Call for Papers.
The articles must be accompanied by an abstract in English and a summary in the original language of the article. Summaries must be a minimum of 50, and maximum of 200, words in length. Reviews should not be accompanied by a summary.
The articles undergo editorial screening and will be reviewed by two experts (double blind peer review). In the cases of divergent assessments of the work, the manuscript will be assessed by a third reviewer. The editors reserve the right to take the final decision about the publication.
It is required that the articles submitted for review for publication in Pandaemonium are not simultaneously submitted for publication to other journals or other editorial organs.
The opinions and ideas expressed in the articles published are the responsibility of their respective authors.
In case of proven plagiarism, the article will be removed from the journal.
There are no fees for submission and review articles.
The copyright of the articles belongs to the authors.
Form and preparation of manuscripts
The texts published by Pandaemonium must comply with ABNT standards and
be submitted according to the following specific instructions:
Full Name, Universidade de São Paulo, Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas, Departamento de Letras Modernas, Av. Prof. Luciano Gualberto, 403, 05508-900, São Paulo/SP, Brasil. Email:
2.1. Use the corresponding online form to inform sources of funding for the work.
3. Abstract and Summary and/or Zusammenfassung - inclusion of an abstract in English is compulsory, along with a summary in Portuguese or Spanish, for Portuguese and Spanish articles, respectively; or a Zusammenfassung in German for articles in the German language. For articles in Portuguese/Spanish, a Zusammenfassung may also be provided. A summary may also be provided for articles In German. The word Abstract/Summary/Zusammenfassung in Times New Roman 11, boldface, with uppercase initial letter, should be followed by a colon. The summary text must be typed in Times New Roman 11 font, with standard spacing and no indentation. The summary must be a minimum of 50, and maximum of 200, words in length.
Note: Reviews should not be accompanied by a summary.
Note: Keywords should not be included for Reviews.
Citation of a citation and
Nesse sentido, [...] Henry Giroux (apud Rajagopalan 2003: 105) argumenta que
Ensinar, nos termos de Freire, não é simplesmente estar em sala de aula, mas estar na história, na esfera mais ampla de um imaginário político que oferece aos educadores a oportunidade de uma enorme coleção de campos para mobilizar conhecimentos e desejos que podem levar a mudanças significativas na minimalização do grau de opressão na vida das pessoas.
6. Annexes - should be avoided. If included, annexes must be placed
prior to the bibliographic references, preceded by the word Annexes
in boldface with only the initial letter in capitals, with no indentation
or numbering. When involving previously published texts, permission of
the publisher's for publication must be included. Annexes should only
be used when absolutely necessary.
Bibliographic reference is not to be numbered.
Examples of bibliographic references
Rajagopalan, Kanavillil. Por uma lingüística crítica: Linguagem, identidade e a questão ética. São Paulo, Parábola Editorial, 2003.
Ehlich, Konrad / Rehbein, Jochen. Einige Interrelationen von Modalverben. In: Wunderlich, Dieter (ed.). Linguistische Pragmatik. Wiesbaden, Athenaion, 21975, 318-341.
Aubert, Francis Henrik. Modalidades de tradução: teoria e resultados. In: TradTerm 5(1), 1998, 99-128.
Teixeira, Ivan. Gramática do louvor. In: Folha de S. Paulo, Jornal de Resenhas. São Paulo, 08/04/2000, 4.
Dissertation and thesis
Brito, Eduardo Manoel de. Quando a ficção se confunde com a realidade - As obras In der Strafkolonie / Na Colônia Penal e Der Prozess / O Processo de Kafka como filtros perceptivos da ditadura civil-militar brasileira. Tese de doutorado. FFLCH/USP, São Paulo, 2005.
Online Publication - INTERNET
Neumann, Gerson R. 'Brasileiros sobre a Europa' - Brasil: além do centro e da periferia? In: Revista Contingentia 2, Porto Alegre, nov. 2007, 29-35. http://www.revistacontingentia.com/ (23/01/2008).
CONCLUDING REMARKS: Non-compliance with the format rules will lead to rejection of the work
Submission of the manuscripts
The journal accepts manuscripts continuously https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/pg-scielo.
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