Authors wishing to submit manuscripts to Cuadernos del CILHA are requested to consider the following formal aspects. Manuscripts neglecting these guidelines will not be assessed for publications.
1.1. Manuscripts written in Spanish should be reviewed/edited by native speakers of this language in case the author(s) is (are) not native speakers. Authors should attach one hard copy and one electronic copy of the original. The hard copy will be retained by the journal.
1.2. Author(s) should attach a signed photocopy of Copyright to the original manuscript.
1.3. The journal does not accept works considered for publications elsewhere, nor does it consider simultaneous submissions.
1.4. Should only be given in the Bibliography of work those jobs, articles, books, journals, chapters, web pages, etc. they have been consulted for the preparation of the work. Do not add supplementary or complementary bibliography. Avoid extensive bibliographic listings.
1.5. The contributions to the magazine must be written to simple space, without left indentation, in sheet size A4, the right, left, superior and low margins must be sized in 2 cm, in characters Tahoma size 9 for the text and 8 for the textual quotation and the bibliography. It must be listed:
a) Work title in Spanish and English.
b) Name of the author(s).
c) His/her specialty, academic address and e-mail address.
d) A 100-250 word summary in both languages and keywords (three to five) will have to be separated by a semi-colon and by a capital letter in the first letter.
e) Abstract and keywords. Follow the precedent rules.
1.6. The articles must be sent to the next e-mail: email@example.com, properly identified with the text typed in software Word for Windows.
2. Instructions for the manuscript text
2.1. Tables, figures, and graphs should be inserted into the text and should be properly numbered.
2.2. All notes should be included in footnotes in Tahoma 8.
2.3. Citations and bibliography references:
2.3.1. In-text citations should be signalled in double quotation marks, and long citations (more of three lines of writing), should have all lines block-indented from the left margin. These should have a margin greater than that of the text and a font size smaller than the rest of the text (Tahoma 8).
2.3.2. The in-text citations and the reference section shall be according to the following format:
a) When the last name of the author forms part of the narrative, it will only be included the publication year of the article in parentheses. Example: González (2001) studied the relations between...
b) When the last name and the date of publication do not make part of the narrative, both elements will be included in parentheses by separating them with a comma. Example: The study of the relations between policy and language (González, 2001) opened a new perspective....
c) When as much the date as the last name make part of a phrase, it will be not used a parentheses. Example: In the 2001 González studied the relations between policies and language...
- If there are more than one work/article of a single author that have appeared the same year, it will be set a mention of it with a letter in followed sequence to the year. Example: (González, 2001a, González 2001b, etc.).
e) In cases where more than three authors are cited, use authors’ last names in the first reference. For subsequent references, use the first author’s last name only followed by the abbreviation et al.
f) The bibliographical references in final list must be listed in alphabetical order and publication year in case of more than a work from the same author.
Journal article: Last name and names of the author. Title in inverted commas. Title of the publication, time, volume or section, number, date or year: pages. Example: González, Manuel. “Política y lenguaje”. Atenea, n.485, 2000: 21-26.
Book: Last name, Names. Title. Location. Editorial, year. Example: González, Manuel. Teoría del signo. 2da ed. Vol. II. Concepción: Editorial Universidad de Concepción, 2001.
On line document: Last name and names of the author. Title in inverted commas, volume or section, number, year: pages, Web site. The date should indicate either the date of publication or its most recent updating; if neither of these can be ascertained, then the search date should be indicated. The URL address should provide enough information to retrieve the document. Example: Cunietti, Emma Magdalena. “Habitantes de frontera en la literatura mendocina”. Universum, 14, 1999: 31-24. Extracted on August 25, 2005 from:
Article or Contribution on CD-ROM: Example: Martín, Marina. “Espacio utópico y metáfora de Juan Rulfo”. La literatura iberoamericana en el 2000; Balances, perspectivas y prospectivas. Carmen Ruiz Barrionuevo, et al (eds.). CD ROM. Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 2003.
g) All the citations in the work must appear in the final list of references and all these must be mentioned in the text.
3. Guidelines for book reviews
3.1. The textual structure of the review is the following one:
a) Bibliographical references: with the title of the work and the presentation, in which the information of this author’s work will be completed;
b) Identity of the reviewer: full name of the person in charge of the above mentioned, also his e-mail and the institution in which he develops his activities;
Identifies the contents of the book, the sources, the author's background, purposes, organization of work, methodology, target of the work, potential readers, relative to other works on the same subject, context and place of occurrence;
d) Evaluation: with its two optional categories, the negative critic and the positive critic.