An article sent for publication in The Theological Yearbook should include the following information:
- First and last name of the author/authors.
- Place of employment, name and address of research unit represented by the author/authors.
- Contact information (e-mail address) necessary for correspondence in connection with the publication.
- Title of the article in the language of publication and English.
- Summary of the article (1000 signs maximum) in the language of publication and English.
- Key words in the language of publication and English;
- Bibliography (Chicago Author-Date style).
- In case of authorship of two or more people, the percentage share of each person in the publication should be specified.
- Copyright must be collected and signed Publishing Agrement
Please send the text in digital form to the e-mail address of the editorial office:
- text format compliant with the Microsoft Word 97 standard or higher (*.doc or related);
- font Times New Roman, size 12, leading 1.5 (footnotes size 10 and leading 1), without special formatting and options that facilitate text division (transferring words);
- quotations marked by inverted commas, not italics;
- bibliography and footnotes in the Chicago Author-Date style;
- it is recommended to quote all texts in original spelling (any transcriptions or transliterations should be described with indication of the specific system used for the conversion of signs);
- abbreviations (with the exception of the Books of the Bible) should be explained at their first moment of use, applying standard notation;
- the author shall submit the consent of the copyright owner to the publication of any copyrighted material included in their paper (e.g. illustrations, prints, diagrams or charts).
The editorial office reserves the right to reject articles that fail to fulfil the editorial requirements. The editorial office reserves the right to make corrections and introduce abbreviations.
The editorial office of The Theological Yearbook informs that we apply ghost-writing prevention measures in the editorial process (“ghostwriting”, “guest authorship”). All detected cases of academic misconduct will be exposed, including the notification of appropriate bodies (author’s employer, scientific societies, associations of scientific editors, etc.). The editorial office requires the authors of texts submitted for publication to provide information about potential sources of publication financing, as well as the contribution of academic/research institutions, associations and other bodies to the academic texts (“financial disclosure”).