FACTA UNIVERSITATIS: Series Linguistics
and Literature publishes papers across a broad range of topics
in linguistics, literature and cultural studies. It also publishes
reviews of literature, book reviews, and occasional commentaries on
of concern to the academic community.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS
Contributions should be in (preferably)
English, French or German. Papers in Slav languages should be in Times
Under the paper title, the name(s) of the
should be given while the full name, official title, institute or
affiliation and the like should be placed at the end of the paper
with the exact mail and
If your paper is translated, identify the
in the footnotes.
Manuscript format. A brief abstract of
approximately 100 to 150 words in the same language and a list of up to
six key words should precede the text body of the manuscript. All the
apart from foreign ones should also submit a brief abstract and the
title in Serbian.
Manuscripts should be prepared as doc. Files,
Word version 6.0 or higher.
Manuscript length. Brief articles and
discussions (10 pages or less) are encouraged. Otherwise, papers should
present well-focused arguments of approximately 16 pages.
Style requirements. Letters, figures
and symbols should be clearly denoted.
Line drawings ("Figures"), photographs
("Plates") and tables must be reproducible and carefully
and labeled. All figures should be numbered with consecutive
numbers. They should have descriptive captions and should be mentioned
in the text. Figures submitted must be of standard high enough for
reproduction. Line drawings should be prepared in electronic
Figures should be planned in advance so as to allow reduction to 12.75
cm in column with.
References are cited in the text by giving
the name of the author/editor, year of publication and the page
all in parentheses, for example (Zaječaranović 1996:125). Use "et al."
in cases of more than two authors. The reference section should contain
all works referred to in the text and only those. They must be listed
in the alphabetical order of author/editor, with complete
details. Journal and book titles must be given in full and must be
or printed in italics. Page references must be given for articles in
and journals. References should conform to the following examples:
1. Chomsky, N., (1968), Language and Mind,
Harcourt, New York.
2. Naro, A.J., (1978), "A Study of the
Origins of Pidginization", Language 54, Vol. 2: pp. 314-347.
3. Hempel, C.G., (1973), "The Meaning of
Theoretical Terms: A Critique of the Standard Empiricist Construct",
Suppes, P. (ed.) Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Vol. VI,
Proceedings of the 1971 International Congress, Bucharest
4. Stowell, T., (1981), The Origins of
Phrase Structure, Doctoral dissertation, MIT.
Electronic submission. Papers for
should be submitted to the Series Editor in electronic form either on
CD or via the Internet (if only textual). Please e-mail attached files
with Subject Header "Submission for Facta" to: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission by mail
If you cannot submit electronically, please send
three copies of the manuscript printed on A4 paper to:
Djordje Vidanović, editor
English Department, Faculty of Philosophy, Ćirila
i Metodija 2
18000 Niš, Serbia
Olgica Davidović, secretary
Univerzitetski trg 2, 18000 Niš, Serbia
Manuscripts are not returnable. Contributors
should keep a copy for reference.