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Manuscript Requirements

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  • The edition accepts articles that have not been previously published or submitted to other editions and that are formatted in accordance with the serial scientific edition’s rules.
  • The author submits all materials (the manuscript, additional fonts if used in the text, the contract) by e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Archival materials should be accompanied by an introductory article in accordance with the rules below
  • The text should be printed in Microsoft Word, A4 format, margins — 2 cm on all sides, font — Times New Roman, size — 14, line spacing — 1.5, paragraph indentation — 1.25, orientation — portrait, no hyphenation; justified alignment.
  • The first page should contain the following information in Russian:
  • Type of publication (in Russian and English), size — 12 (see Appendix 1);
  • UDK (see, for example, Appendix 2), size — 12;
  • initials and surname of the author — for example, И.И. Иванов
  • Title of the article — in capital letters, without using CapsLock, size — 14;
  • Information about financial support for the work (grant, etc.). Size — 12, justified alignment.
  • Abstract (150–200 words; the abstract should be a summary of the article in compliance with the sequence of the article, for further details see Requirements for the Abstract section)
  • Keywords in Russian, size — 12;

 

On the second page, please provide the same information in English:

 

  • Initials and surname of the author — for example, Ivan I. Ivanov
  • Title of the article — centered in capital letters, without using CapsLock, size — 14,
  • Acknowledgements, size — 12;
  • Abstract, size — 12;
  • Keywords, size — 12.
  • Insert automatic footnotes. The footnote number comes at the end of the sentence before the period. Footnote font: Times New Roman, size — 12.
  • Abbreviations (sic.! This only applies to texts in the Russian language). At the first mention of a person, give her name and patronymic (if applicable); the name and patronymic must be separated from the surname with the space. Use numbers only for years (“the 30s,” not “the thirties”). Specific year/years is/are abbreviated as “g” or “gg” accordingly: 1920 g., 1920–1922 gg. Use abbreviations “v” or “vv” to indicate centuries, instead of the word “century”: (use Roman numerals only, for example, "IX v."). Other permitted abbreviations include: t.d., t.p., dr,, t.e., sm., “tak kak” (because) and “tak nazivaemie” (so-called) are not abbreviated
  • Throughout the text, apply (sic.! This only applies to texts in the Russian language):
  • Quotation marks of the following type « »; for the internal quotes and fragments of texts in Latin, quotation marks of the following type: “ ”: «“one”, two, three, “four”».
  • Em dash (—), except for the cases of interdigit dashes, for example, between pages numbers in the footnotes (P. 18–20), between years (1920–1930).
  • At the end of the article, add a list of references:
  • The list is divided into “Studies” and “Sourcesˮ (first in Cyrillic, then in Latin in each section); the numbering in the two lists is continuous.
  • The list is organized in alphabetical order in accordance with GOST 7.0.5.-2008 in the form of a numbered list.
  • Volumes of the multivolume collected works and multivolume dictionaries are not included; give only general bibliographic description is given about such editions and include the numbers of cited volumes in the body of the text, for example: [6, v. 12], [6, v. 12, p. 108].
  • When referencing a book-length publication, it is mandatory to include the publisher and the total number of pages.
  • Names and initials in Cyrillic are in italics.
  • References should be included in the body of the text: [1], [2, p. 5], [3, p. 34; 5, p. 2], [7, col. 23], [10, l. 6].
  • References to archival materials included in the footnotes or in the body of the text are formatted in accordance with GOST 7.0.5.-2008.

 

  • Then there is References - a list of studies in transliteration in English

Use MLA system for the section entitled “References”:

  • Only references in Cyrillic must be transliterated; references in Latin, e.g. French, German, Italian, Polish etc. are not transliterated or translated.
  • To complete the transliteration, visit the website https://translit.ru/ and select a variant of the Library of Congress (LC) Library.
  • Insert the bibliography in the Russian language in the specially assigned field and press the “in translitˮ button.
  • Copy and paste the transliterated text into the References list.

Copyedit the list you get and add an English translation:

  • Include authors’ full names in the references to foreign sources in Latin; when referencing the sources in Cyrillic, you may only use initials.
  • Initials and names must be separated from the surname with a comma.
  • Translate the titles of monographs, journal articles, chapters from edited collections, etc. and insert translations in square brackets after the respective transliterated titles (sic.: journal titles are transliterated not translated!).
  • Every meaningful word in the title in English must be capitalized. Articles, prepositions, conjunctions must be lowercase.
  • The titles of journal articles, chapters from edited collections of articles and monograph chapters must be in quotation marks (“…”) (this applies to both transliteration and translation).
  • Change the sign // to period.
  • Change the sign / to comma.
  • Change № to no., Т. — to Vol.

 

Sic:  Journal numbers should come before the publication year.

Volumes, numbers, issues should come before the publisher, for example:

Letopis’ zhizni i tvorchestva I.A. Bunina [The Chronicle of Ivan Bunin’s Life and Works], comp. S.N. Morozov, vol. 2 (1910–1919). Moscow, IWL RAS Publ., 2017. 1184 p. (In Russ.)

  • Translate the venue of publication (for example, М. — Moscow; СПб. — St. Petersburg).
  • Change column after the publisher to comma.
  • Add Publ. after the transliteration of the publisher. (for example, Nauka Publ.).
  • Change page number markers: instead of 235 s. — 235 p., instead of S. 45–47 — pp. 45–47.
  • Italicize the title of the monograph, journal, edited collection etc. (this applies to both transliteration and/or translation; authors’ names are not italicized).
  • Indicate the original language of the source at the end of the reference, in brackets: (In Russ.)
  • Include DOI if applicable.

Samples of bibliographic references in the Works Cited and References:

Monograph

Богомолов Н.А. Русская литература начала ХХ века и оккультизм. М.: Новое литературное обозрение, 1999. 560 с.

Bogomolov, N.A. Russkaia literatura nachala XX veka i okkul'tizm [Russian Literature of the Beginning of 20th Century and the Occultism]. Moscow, Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie Publ., 1999. 560 p. (In Russ.)

Journal article

Карпушкина Л.А. Шекспировские мотивы сорокового опуса. Иронический подтекст в пьесе «Бесприданница» // Вопросы литературы. 2016. № 2.           C. 157–170.

Karpushkina, L.A. “Shekspirovskie motivy sorokovogo opusa. Ironicheskii podtekst v p'ese ʽBespridannitsa’.” [“Shakespearean Motifs in the Fortieth Opus. Ironic Subtext in the Play Without a Dowry”]. Voprosy literatury, no. 2, 2016, pp. 157–170. (In Russ.)

Chapter from the edited collection:

Орлицкий Ю.Б. «Шекспировская» прозиметрия в русской драматургии XIX века // Шекспировские чтения 2004: сб. статей. М.: Наука, 2006. С. 275–293.

Orlitskii, Iu.B. “ʽShekspirovskaia’ prozimetriia v russkoi dramaturgii XIX veka” [“Shakespearean prosimetry in Russian drama of the 19th century”]. Shekspirovskie chteniia 2004: sb. statei [Shakespeare Readings 2004: Collection of Articles]. Moscow, Nauka Publ., 2006, pp. 275–293. (In Russ.)

Samples of Works Cited and References

Works Cited (Spisok literature)

Studies

  • Ерусалимский К.Ю. «Грамоту писал невежливо»: Книжное творчество и безумие в России XVI–XVII вв. // Новое литературное обозрение. 2017. № 4 (146). С. 123–143.
  • Ерусалимский К.Ю. Сборник Курбского. М.: Знак, 2009. Т. I. 881 с.
  • Каравашкин А.В. Литературный обычай Древней Руси (XI–XVII вв.). Изд. 2-е, доп. М.; СПб.: Центр гуманитарных инициатив, 2018. 720 с.
  • Панченко А.М. О русской истории и культуре. СПб.: Азбука, 2000. 464 с.
  • Сергеев В.М. Структура текста и анализ аргументации первого послания Курбского // Методика по изучению источников по истории русской общественной мысли периода феодализма. М.: Ин-т истории СССР АН СССР, 1989. С. 118–130.

Sources

  • Переписка Ивана Грозного с Андреем Курбским / текст подгот. Я.С. Лурье и Ю.Д. Рыков. Л.: Наука, 1979. 432 с.

 

References

  • Erusalimskii, K.Iu. “ʽGramotu pisal nevezhlivo’: Knizhnoe tvorchestvo i bezumie v Rossii XVI–XVII vv.” [“ʽWrote Literature Impolitely’: Book Writing and Madness in Russia of the 16th–17th Centuriesˮ]. Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, no. 4 (146), 2017, pp. 123–143. (In Russ.)
  • Erusalimskii, K.Iu. Sbornik Kurbskogo [Collection of Kurbsky]. Vol. I. Moscow, Znak Publ., 2009. 881 p. (In Russ.)
  • Karavashkin, A.V. Literaturnyi obychai Drevnei Rusi (XI–XVII vv.) [The Literary Custom of Ancient Russia (11th–17th Centuries)]. 2nd ed. Moscow, St. Petersburg, Centr gumanitarnyh iniciativ Publ., 2018. 720 р. (In Russ.)
  • Panchenko, A.M. O russkoi istorii i kul'ture [About Russian History and Culture]. St. Petersburg, Azbuka Publ., 2000. 464 р. (In Russ.)
  • Sergeev, V.M. “Struktura teksta i analiz argumentatsii pervogo poslaniia Kurbskogoˮ [“Text Structure and Analysis of the Argument of the First Message of Kurbskyˮ]. Metodika po izucheniiu istochnikov po istorii russkoi obshchestvennoi mysli perioda feodalizma [Methods for Studying Sources on the History of Russian Social Thought of the Feudal Period]. Moscow, Institut istorii SSSR AN SSSR Publ., 1989, pp. 118–130. (In Russ.)

After References, please provide information about the author in Russian and English. Sample:

Информация об авторе: Иван Иванович Иванов — доктор филологических наук, профессор, ведущий научный сотрудник, Институт мировой литературы им. А.М. Горького Российской академии наук, ул. Поварская, д. 25 а, 121069 г. Москва, Россия. ORCID ID: …

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Information about the author: Ivan I. Ivanov, DSc in Philology, Professor, Leading Research Fellow, А.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of Russian Academy of Sciences, Povarskaya 25 а, 121069 Moscow, Russia. ORCID ID: …

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Next is the section For citation and Copyright mark © (copyright). Sample:

Для цитирования: Иванов И.И. Название статьи // Герменевтика древнерусской литературы. Сборник ??? / Ин-т мировой литературы РАН; гл. ред. О.А. Туфанова. М.: ИМЛИ РАН, 2021. С. 00-00.

© 2021, И.И. Иванов       

 

For citation:  Ivanov, I.I. “Title of article”. Germenevtika drevnerusskoi literatury [Hermeneutics of Old Russian Literature]. Issue ??. Ed.-in-chief O.A. Tufanova. Moscow, IWL RAS Publ., 2021, pp. 00-00. (In Russian)

© 2021, Ivan I. Ivanov

 

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in the serial scientific edition Hermeneutics of Old Russian Literature,

the founder of which is

Federal State Budgetary Institution of Science

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Russian Academy of Sciences

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