EDITORIAL GUIDELINES

 

e-Strategica

Revista da Associação Ibérica de História militar (séculos IV-XVI).

Revista de la Asociación Ibérica de Historia Militar (siglos IV-XVI).

Journal of the Iberian Association of Military History (4th-16th centuries)

 

 

 

 

    e-Strategica is an online journal published annually by the Iberian Association of Military History (IV-XVI centuries). Its main objective is to promote and disseminate the studies related to the military history of the centuries IVth to XVIth, in general, and in particular the works focusing on the Iberian Peninsula. To this end, it shall publish scientific articles that contribute to expand and renew the knowledge of the military history of that period, in their multiple facets - strategic, tactical, organizational, institutional, financial, economic, iconographic, cultural, anthropological, sociological ... - to extend the analysis and dissemination of sources for its study and to reflect and revisit the historiographical analysis of all these matters.

 

 

 

1 - PUBLISHING PROCEDURE

 

 

1.1.- The texts submitted for publication must be original and unpublished and should be sent by e-mail to the following address: strategica.raihm@gmail.com

 

1.2.- All texts received will undergo two evaluations:

 

1.2.1.- the internal evaluation: will be held by the Editorial Board of the Journal and will evaluate if the original fulfills the standards of the editorial guidelines and fits the journal's objectives. In this first evaluation, the original may be accept or reject or otherwise the authors may be asked to introduce amendments to it.

 

1.2.2.- External evaluation: once overcome this first phase, the original will be send to two experts on the subject (external to the Direction, Secretariat and Editorial Board of the Journal), who will carry out a second evaluation of the content and form of the text. Both the evaluators as the author remain in anonymity. External evaluators can accept the text, reject it or propose modifications. In case of disparity of judgments among experts, the Editorial Board will request a third evaluation or solve directly, as appropriate.

 

The Editorial Board, taking into account the external evaluations, may accept the text without objections, accept it if the changes suggested to the author are introduced, or refuse it. After being communicated the decision, if that is the case the author shall have a reasonable time to implement changes or produce his allegations. If deemed necessary, the modified text may be subject to a new evaluation.

 

 

2. STANDARDS FOR SUBMISSION OF ORIGINALS

 

 

2.1.- The originals must be submitted in Word format using the font Times New Roman (12 points for the text and 10 for footnotes) and should not exceed 90,000 characters, including spaces. Texts can be presented in Portuguese, Spanish or English, accompanied by a summary of about 100 words and five key words, both of those in Portuguese or Spanish and in English.

 

2.2. - The subdivisions of the article will have a numerical indication (1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2...). The first division level will be highlighted in bold; the second with italics (eg: 1.-The initial period; 1.1.-The early years).

 

2.3.- The quotes made in the text and that have more than three lines should be written with a letter of smaller size (Times New Roman 11) and a left margin of 1.5 cm. All textual quotations must be in quotation marks and in cursive ("a society organized for war").

 

2.4.- The notes should come footer, with the number in superscript format.

 

2.5.- The bibliographical and documentary references included in the notes must meet the following criteria:

 

2.5.1.- Books: First name (lowercase) and AUTHOR'S SURNAME (in capitals), title (in italics), publisher, place of publication, year of publication, edition used, page or pages cited (p. or pp.). The elements shall appear separated by a comma.

 

Miguel Ángel LADERO QUESADA, Las guerras de Granada en el siglo XV, Ariel, Barcelona, 2002, pp. 15-17.

 

2.5.2.- Journal articles: First name (lowercase) and AUTHOR'S SURNAME (in capitals), "Title of the article" (in quotes), journal name (in italics), volume number, year of publication (in brackets), page or pages cited (p. or p.). The elements shall appear separated by a comma.

 

Humberto Baquero MORENO, "A contenda entre D. Afonso V e os Reis Católicos: incursões castelhanas no solo português de 1475 a 1478", Anais da Academia Portuguesa da História, II (1979), p. 295.

 

2.5.3.- Chapters of collective works: First name (lowercase) and AUTHOR'S SURNAME (in capitals), "chapter title" (in quotation marks), book title (in italics), name and surname of book’s editor (in lower case), followed by the corresponding abbreviation (dir./ dirs., ed./eds., coord./coords.), publisher, place of publication, year of publication, page or pages cited (p. or pp.) . The elements shall appear separated by a comma.

John GILLINGHAM, "Richard I and the Science of War in the Middle Ages", Anglo-Norman Warfare. Studies in late Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman military organization and warfare, Matthew Strickland (ed.), Boydell, Wood­bridge, 1992, pp. 195-196.

 

2.5.4.- Text editing: Name (lowercase) and AUTHOR'S SURNAME (in capitals), title (in italics), name and surname of the scientific editor (lowercase), preceded by the abbreviation ed, publisher, place of publication, year of publication, page or pages cited (p. or pp.). The elements shall appear separated by a comma.

 

Fernando del PULGAR, Crónica de los Reyes Católicos, ed. Juan de Mata Carriazo, Espasa-Calpe, Madrid, 1943, tomo II, p. 16.

 

2.5.5.- Publications in web sites: name (in lower case) and AUTHOR'S SURNAME (in capitals), "Title of the article" (in quotation marks), web page title (in italics), date of publication, associated institution, date of consultation, telematic address. The elements shall appear separated by a comma.

 

2.6.- The references cited repeatedly should be abbreviated, indicating: name (in lower case) and AUTHOR'S SURNAME (in capitals), opening words of the title in quotation marks or italics, as it is an article / a book chapter or a book followed by suspension points, page or pages cited (p. or p.). The elements shall appear separated by a comma.

 

Manuel GONZÁLEZ JIMENEZ, "Las relaciones entre Portugal y Castilla...", p. 14.

José MATTOSO, Identificação de um país..., vol. 1, p. 56.

 

Repeated archival references used repeatedly can also be expressed by abbreviations.