Supporting Tuna authors
- You may submit your article by e-mail or on a flash drive, please use footnotes instead of endnotes.
- Following data is needed about every author:
name, year of birth, degree, position or field of activity, address of occupation, and e-mail address.
- A short abstract in English is needed by each article.
- Articles are peer reviewed.
- An example of the structure of reference:
1) A book:
R. Darnton. The Kiss of Lamourette. Reflections in Cultural History. New York, London: W.W. Norton, 1990, lk. 191–218
2) An article in the periodicals or in the collection:
J. R. Hall. Cultural History is Dead (Long Live the Hydra). – G. Delanty, E. F. Isin (eds.). Handbook of Historical Sociology. London: Sage, 2003, lk. 151–167.
- Each reference must contain document’s name and date; a website reference must contain a date as well.
- Abbreviations are used with dots (according to the “Grammar of Estonian” published in 1976).
- In the text, titles of the writings are in quotation marks, names of the periodicals can be without quotation marks (exceptions can be made by unknown editions or publications with a little distribution only).
- References of writings in Russian and other Slavic languages using Cyrillic are transliterated according to the rules of Russian-Latin transliteration given in “Grammar of Estonian” published in 1999, and according to “Transliteration of Cyrillic” (Comrie, G. G. Corbett (eds.), The Slavonic languages. London, New York: Routledge, 1992, xii–xiii). In the main texts, Russian names are written according to the rules of Russian-Estonian transliteration (“Grammar of Estonian”, 1999).