B-16254-2011 · ISSN 2013-6986

Paper Submission rules

The author must respond to Anagnorisis. Theatrical Research Journal of originality and authorship of the work and the rights it has assigned. In the same way, he will be liable for any claims that may make others, in terms of ownership and the content of the work, as well as damages that may result to Anagnorisis. Theatrical Research Magazine.

The artwork that accompanies the work should always have the appropriate authorization, excusing Anagnorisis. Theatrical Research Journal any responsibility for its publication.

Anagnorisis. Theatrical ResearchJournal is committed to providing the widest possible dissemination of published works.

Sending the work to Anagnorisis. Theatrical Research Journal implies acceptance by the author of the above.

(Standard model inspired by the magazine Teatro de palabras)

Anagnorisis magazine admits articles, essays and reviews that address any aspect of theater, written in Spanish language, English or French. The texts provided unpublished, will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee, which deemed the thoroughness and appropriateness of the proposal. Note that each Anagnorisis issue will be on a specific topic announced well in advance.

Along with the work, should be sent an abstract of the same (about 600 characters) and a small list of keywords (maximum five), in spanish and/or french and english.

Extension work 

- Articles and essays may not exceed 50.000 characters, including footnotes and bibliography.

- The reviews should take between 6.000 and 12.000 characters.

Fonts, punctuation and abbreviations 

- Title Font: Times New Roman 16 pt.

- Subtitles-Source: Times New Roman 14 pt.

- Source of text: Times New Roman, 12 pt.

- Source of the footnotes: Times New Roman 10 pt.

- Interline space: 1.5

- The main quotes will be « ».

- Quotation marks within the main “ ”.

- Quotes of meaning ‘ ’.

- No use Latinisms reference.

Citations 

- Incomplete quotations are marked with an ellipsis in square brackets […]

- Quotations in prose whose extension not exceeding three lines appear after the text quoted in round hand.

Example:

As stated by Ruiz Ramón [2000: 297]: «Muy pocas de nuestras tragedias “originales” son absolutamente neoclásicas».

- Quotations in prose whose length is more than three lines should appear in a separate paragraph, that will bleed, and in size 11 pt., Without quotes and in round hand. It will leave a blank line before and one after the quote.

Example:

Chusa intervention is as follows:

Pijama también si quieres. Allí no usan eso, pero está precioso, tapizado, bonito, con unas mesas de esas para tomar el té. En cuanto ven que no haces nada te traen el té. Se enrollan los moros de la montaña de puta madre. Llegamos allí y le decimos al moro: «Mojamé, tenemos estas perlas, así que a ver lo que nos podemos llevar.» ¿Tú puedes conseguir algo de dinero para traer más? [Alonso de Santos, ed. 2005: 120]

- The poetic quotations which extension not exceeding three lines will appear after the text in quotation marks, separate each verse with a slash / and in round hand. In the event that an issue is handled with numbered verses, reference will be made only to those (in brackets and with the abbreviation v. or vv.) And placed at the end of quote.

Example:

Lope de Vega in his Arte Nuevo says: “Si hablare el rey, imite cuanto pueda/ la gravedad real; si el viejo hablare, /procure una modestia sentenciosa” (vv. 269–271)

- The extension poetic quotations over three lines, must be in a separate paragraph in the same manner as original, centered on the page, size 11 pt, without quotes and in round hand. It will leave a blank line before and after the quote.

Example:

In Esclavo del demonio we can read:

Leonor Un forastero
convida siempre a mirar.
No es bien que ingrata me llames.
¿Qué favores te he quitado?
 

Don Sancho Los que pido y no me has dado.(vv. 1826–1830)

Abbreviated References 

- For the quotations in the body text or in footnote indicating the author’s last name or surname followed by year of publication: page or pages. The text provided in brackets.

Example:

[Arellano, 1994: 103–128]

- If in the text there is the name of the author, immediately after the surname appears only the year and pages.

Example:

As Arellano states [1994: 105]

- The references in footnote on page will not have brackets:

Example:

See Arellano, 1994: 105.

- In the event that two or more cited works by the same author with same date of publication, will differ year putting together the small letters of the alphabet.

Example:

Pedraza Jiménez, 2005a.
Pedraza Jiménez, 2005b.

- For literary works make reference to the date of issue of managed copy. And specified with the abbreviation ed.

Example:

Alonso de Santos, ed. 2005: 138

- Anonymous works will be cited by title and date of issue.

Example:

Auto de los Reyes Magos, ed. 1976: 171–177.

Full References 

At the end of each work must be collected literature cited by the following instructions:

- Appears in one block, irrespective of categories.

- Sorted alphabetically.

- Will use hanging indent.

- Each element is separated by commas.

- Book:

Surname in small capitals, Name, Book title in italics, Name of publisher-is followed by abbreviation (ed. / eds.), Place of publication, publisher, year of publication (if it is not a first edition it will be given in brackets).

- Book chapter:

Surname in small capitals, Name, «Title of Chapter French quotes» in Name of publisher-s, coordinator-s,… followed by the abbreviation (ed. / coord. / Dir.), Title of publication in italics, Place of publication, publisher, year of publication, pages.

- Minutes:

Surname in small capitals, Name, «Article titles in French quotes» in Name of publisher-s, coordinator-s,… followed by the abbreviation (ed. / coord. / Dir.), Title of publication in italics, (Place and date of event in parentheses and italics), Place of publication, publisher, year of publication, pages.

- Magazine article:

Surname in small capitals, Name, «Title of article in quotes French» in, The magazine title in italics, year of publication, using the abbreviation Volume vol. Number with the abbreviation pp., Pages.

- Digital work:

Surname in small capitals, Name, «Title of entry or article quoted French» [online] at, title of the electronic magazine, website, blog … in italics, <electronic address http://www> [between brackets and figures consultation date separated by hyphens: day-month-year] Pages.

Example:

González Cañal, Rafael, «La poesía de un dramaturgo: los poemas panegíricos y ocasionales de Rojas Zorrilla» [en línea] en Teatro de palabras. Revista sobre teatro áureo, <http://www.uqtr.ca/teatro/teapal/TeaPalNum01Rep/GCanal.htm>, [consultado el 16-1-2010], 47–65.

- If they appear two or more works by the same author, these must appear in ascending chronological order. The author’s name only appears in the first reference in the subsequent is replaced by four consecutive dashes.

Example:

Huerta Calvo, Javier, «La recuperación del entremés y los géneros teatrales menores en el primer tercio del siglo» en Dru Dougherty, María Francisca Vilches de Frutos (coords.) El teatro en España: entre la tradición y la vanguardia 1918–1939, Madrid, Fundación Federico García Lorca, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 1992, 285–294.

____, «La teoría de la crítica de los géneros literarios» en Pedro Aullón de Haro (ed.), Teoría de la critica literaria, Madrid, Trotta, 1994, 115–174.

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