Časopis pro moderní filologii (Journal for Modern Philology) accepts only original texts that have not been published elsewhere. In the case of a Czech version of a text which was published previously in another language, the Editors will decide according to circumstances.
Journal for Modern Philology accepts texts written in Microsoft Word. The manuscripts should be submitted to the Editors by e-mail (Petr Čermák, Aleš Klégr; or on CD or in printed form in two copies, if so agreed) in the following format: spacing 1.5, font Times New Roman, font size 13, left margin 3.5, right margin 2.5, top and bottom margins 2.5 (the maximum length of particular types of contributions specified below refers to this format). The printed text must not include the name and workplace of the author.
The text should be formatted as little as possible: only the title, subtitles and paragraphs should be typographically demarcated. Boldface should be used for emphasizing parts of the text. Examples should be written in italics.
Texts sent to the Editors are assigned to the following sections: Articles, Critical Overviews, Book Reviews, Current Events and Chronicle. The format of texts for individual sections is as follows:
Articles and Critical Overviews
Vachek, J. (1966): The Linguistic School of Prague: An Introduction to its Theory and Practice. Bloomington – London: Indiana University Press.
Poštolková, B. – Roudný, M. – Tejnor, A. (1983): O české terminologii. Praha: Academia.
Popela, J. (1991): Prospects of V. Skalička’s linguistic typology. In: B. Palek – P. Janota (eds.),Proceedings of Linguistics and Phonetics. Praha: Univerzita Karlova, s. 237–243.
Leška, O. (1995): Vilém Mathesius (1882–1945). Slovo a slovesnost, 56, s. 81–97.
Reviews, Current Events and Chronicle
All contributions (including reviews and current events) must be provided with an English title and 5 keywords in Czech and English (supplied by the author) and the address of the author’s workplace and email address at the end.
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