General Call for Papers
We publish only original articles that have not been published before. All articles submitted should be original work and must not be under consideration by other publications.
Use only double quotation marks (“ “).
Source literature in footnotes
Always at the bottom of the page (not at the end of the article and not in the body of the main text in brackets); use only Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, 4…)
Monographs: Provide name and surname, title, city: publisher, year, page.
Example: Augusto Boal, Theatre of the Oppressed, London: Pluto Press, 2008, p. 95.
Chapters in monographs/essays in edited volumes: Name and surname, “article/chapter title”, in: name of publication, city: publisher, year, page.
Example: Claire Bishop, “Introduction / Viewers as Producers”, in: Participation (Documents of Participatory Art), London: Whitechapel Gallery, MIT Press, 2006, p. 10.
Articles in periodical publications: name and surname, “article title”, name of publication, issue number, year, page.
Example: Josette Féral, “Performans ali teatralnost”, Maska, No. 2/3, Vol III, 1993, pp. 34–38.
Web sources: name and surname, “article title”, name of publication, issue number, year, direct www link [last access: day, month, year].
Example: Brian Massumi and Erin Manning, “History through the Middle: Between Macro and Mesopolitics. An interview with Isabelle Stengers”, Inflexions, 3, October 2009. Available at: http://www.senselab.ca/inflexions/volume_3/node_i3/stengers_en_inflexions_vol03.html, accessed on 17 November 2012 at 11:45 pm.
When needed, use also internationally known ibid., *cf., p., pp.
Use the same format if adding your list of source literature at the end of the article.
Changes in quotations
All your omissions and other interventions into the quoted text should be marked with square brackets .
Example:…known as “[p]rivileged supplement of our epoch, [that is] interrupting the tracing of the trace to replace it […] with the formation of form”…
You may wish to subdivide your text into specific sections using sub-headings. Please use only one level of headings (apart from the main title).
Always use italics; when the work/contribution is considered more a part of a larger context than an independent event (for instance: a single lecture in the context of a conference), use quotation marks for the piece and italics for the name of the series.
When using an expression with a well established, defined meaning in a certain discourse, use italics (for instance: objet petit a); when applying or making up a new expression primarily for illustrating a certain point, use quotation marks (for instance: the body “reterritorialises”).
You can use italics also for emphasizing/stressing something (for example: do we speak even more today about collaboration, cooperation, collectivity, because the more artists kept speaking about them in this last decade [since Imschoot first asked the question] the less they ended up working together?).
Performance and book reviews
The title of the review must be followed by basic information about the reviewed performances and books.
Example: Mise en scène v iskanju svoje sodobne identitete (title) Patrice Pavis, Sodobna režija. Ljubljana: Knjižnica Mestnega gledališ?a ljubljanskega, 2012. (subtitle)
All articles must be accompanied by
- A short biography of the author
- An abstract totalling up to 700 characters with spaces (120 words)
- Six keywords.
Special Issue Call for Papers
Currently, there are no Special Issue Calls for Papers for this journal.