Criteria for selecting manuscripts for the journal "Theory and History of Art"
- manuscripts containing previously unpublished research results in the field of current problems of the theory and history of various types of art;
- research that has scientific novelty, originality of the idea that forms the basis of the proposed solution;
- studies containing reasonable conclusions;
- studies containing prospects for the use of its results in academic activities and educational and pedagogical practice;
- manuscripts made in accordance with the stylistic norms of the Russian (or foreign) literary and written language and art history terminology; manuscripts that do not contain incorrect borrowings;
- manuscripts made using modern methods of information analysis and processing;
- manuscripts whose critical and bibliographic apparatus (along with classical works) contains references to new and recent research in the field of theory and history of art;
- manuscripts of articles designed according to the requirements of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Federation;
- manuscripts that have passed internal review with a positive review;
- manuscripts of articles whose author (s) have agreed to their publication.
Postgraduates, undergraduates and students provide a review of the supervisor for the submitted articles.REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION OF ARTICLES, PUBLISHED IN THE JOURNAL
1. The volume of the article - min up to 1 author. sheet (40,000 characters with spaces, including annotation, bibliography and References), reviews and reviews - up to 0.5 authors. sheet. The text is provided on electronic media in the WORD editor with a printout or by e-mail email@example.com (files with materials must be named by the author's name).
Times New Roman font, A4 page format. Margins: top - 1.5 cm; bottom, right and left - 2 cm.
1.1. A separate file is provided by the Author's reference in the following form:
– FULL NAME. fully;
– academic degree and academic title;
– position, name of the department, department, sector, etc .;
– name of organization (full) / place of work;
– postal code and address of the organization / place of work;
– postal code and address for correspondence;
2. The structure of the article should be as follows:
- UDC and BBK are put down in the upper left corner;
- at 1.0 spacing, the title of the article is printed in the center, in lowercase letters, bold font, size 11, hyphenation is prohibited (in Russian);
- after 1.0 interval the author's / authors' full name (initials are placed before the surname) in the center with a capital letter in lowercase letters (II Ivanov), without indicating the degree and rank, size 11 (in Russian); below the full name of the organization, its address with postal code, country (in Russian) and the author's email address, size 9 are indicated in lower case letters;
- at intervals of 1.0, the abstract is printed (from 200 to 250 words (1500-1800 characters without spaces)), size 9, in italics (in Russian);
- at intervals of 1.0, key words are printed (from 10 to 15 words), size 9, in italics (in Russian);
- at 1.0 interval in English the following are printed: the title of the article, the author / authors are centered with a capital letter in lowercase letters, the font is light (indicate the full name of the organization, its address, country), the abstract and keywords - in the same sequence and in in accordance with the same requirements as in Russian;
- at 1.0 spacing, the text of the article is printed, size 11, line spacing throughout the text - single, paragraph indentation - 1 cm (5 characters), automatic word wrap is on, quotes throughout the text are only angular, except for sentences when there are quotes inside quotation marks (drawn up according to the rules of the Russian language);
- at 1.0 interval, a bibliographic list in Russian (title "References") and a list of references in Latin (title References) are printed (include used literature; all authors are indicated in the bibliographic description).
3. Content and structure of the annotation.
The abstract should reflect the main semantic content of the article and its characteristics (using verb forms and phrases of the following type: considered ..., stated ..., approved ..., proposed ..., justified ...; methods are used ..., provisions (concepts, ideas) are justified .. ., an overview is given ...; considered ..., presented ..., identified ..., proposed ...; an analysis is given ..., a conclusion is made ..., a theory (concept) is presented ... etc. .).
In connection with the preparation of the journal "Theory and History of Art" for inclusion in the list of peer-reviewed scientific publications (VAK) and in the future for indexing in the International Information Analytical System Sciverse Scopus, the editorial board of the journal asks to pay special attention to the preparation of annotations in accordance with the peculiarities of this genre.