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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

All articles that pass editorial assessment will be peer-reviewed by two independent external reviews. Those are double-blind peer-reviews in which neither identity of the author nor identity of the peer reviewer are revealed. The authors receive texts of the reviews to improve the article according to suggestions, comments, etc. Authors are obliged to mark all the changes made to the text. Even though peer reviewers are proposing the category of the article, the final decision is made by the Editorial Board. Only one contribution per author is allowed in one of the journal categories. 

Texts are to be submitted only in the digital form, in the MS Word programme; using Times New Roman font size 12 and 1,5 line spacing. The size of the font in footnotes is 10, without the line spacing.

Journal publishes articles not exceeding 30 pages (bibliography included), and reviews may contain up to 5 pages. In exceptional situations, the Editorial Board may approve the publishing of articles wider than the proposed standard.

Articles are considered complete if they contain an abstract (in Bosnian and English) not exceeding ten lines with five to seven key words divided by the comma (,). In the end of the text, the author should provide a longer summary in some of the world languages, with a list of the sources used and bibliography.

The author needs to send the following information in a separate document: name, name of the home institution, title and personal contact.

Citation style

Sources are cited in footnotes in a short form, while full bibliographical units and full information on the sources used is given at the end of the article, in the list sources and bibliography.

The following order is recommended: 1. the author’s surname; 2) year of publishing 3) page number.

Example:

Grandits 2008, 170.

Works by the same author and the same publication date need to be identified by the suffixes a, b, c, and so forth.

Example:

Inalcik 2000a, 135.

Inalcik 2000b, 78. 

If there are two authors their names are separated by the slash “/”. In case of more than two authors, only the name of the first author is mentioned, while other contributors are identified by et. al.

Example:

Džino / Domić Kunić 2013, 112; Arijes et al. 2002, 40-42.

If the footnote contains two or more authors, they need to be separated by semicolon (;).

Bibliography

Monographs should be cited with full title and subtitle. The full title of the journal has to be cited with the number of volume and year of publishing, as well as page numbers. In case of a proceedings (commemorative volume, congress articles, catalogue), the full title should be given, without abbreviation. It should be introduced with “in” before the title of the quoted Proceedings. The name of the editor that follows should be also separated with “ed.”, and provided prior to the title of the Proceedings.

Examples:

Books

Full title and subtitle of the book should be cited in italic.

Donia, R. J. 2000, Islam pod Dvoglavim orlom: Muslimani Bosne i Hercegovine 1878.-1914. Zagreb-Sarajevo: Naklada Zoro-Institut za historiju BiH.

Articles

Titles of journals should be in italic without abbreviations. It is necessary to include the page numbers of the cited article within the journal.

Jašarević, A. 2018, Keramičke lule za duvan iz arheološke zbirke Muzeja u Doboju, Radovi Filozofskog fakulteta (Historija, Historija umjetnosti, Arheologija) 5, Sarajevo: Filozofski fakultet u Sarajevu, 209-235.

Proceedings

Title of the Proceeding is in italic.

Hadžić, F. 2017, Uloga stranih muzičara u institucionalnom razvoju muzičke kulture u Sarajevu (1878-1941). U: Omerović, E. (ur.), Historijski pogled na razvoj i položaj nacionalnih manjina u Sarajevu i Bosni i Hercegovini. Sarajevo: UMHIS, 51-77.

Newspaper article

Stražičić, A. 1889. Dubrovnik. Bosanska vila, 4, 56-57.

Web sites

Agičić, D. 2018, Nagrade na području historiografije, Historijski zbornik, 2. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=clanak&id_clanak_jezik=286116 (4. 6. 2018.)

Archival materials

Abbreviations for the name of the archives, archival fund, year, box and number of document should be given in the footnotes.

ABiH, ZVS, 1912, Kut. 86, šifra  25-211 / Br. 80 594 Praes.

In the list of sources and bibliography, state the full names of the used archival funds as well as the names of the institutions a fund belongs to.

Arhiv Bosne i Hercegovine (ABiH)

- Fond: Zemaljska vlada Sarajevo (ZVS).

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