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La revue permanente des professionnels de l’Europe

Publication procedure

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1/ Articles submitted to Études européennes must be original and unpublished.

However, under exceptional circumstances, previously published articles may be submitted to the journal's Editorial Board. In such cases, the author shall receive no compensation and must:

  • Explicitly specify to the Editorial Board of Études européennes, as of the initial contact, that the article has previously appeared in another journal and provide details of such publication.
  • Provide the Editorial Board of Études européennes with written permission for reprinting from the Editorial Board of the journal having previously published the article.
  • If necessary, adapt the article to meet the journal’s criteria (a document in Word format is required). This procedure may be requested by the journal’s Editorial Board.

2/ Articles must be in line with the journal’s objectives (see the Editorial Charter).

3/ Articles must deal with debates surrounding European current affairs.

4/ Articles must meet high intellectual standards and present true added value through the analysis, comparisons and resources used.

 

 

Format of articles

Language of publication: French, English or German

 

 

Length of articles

Maximum: 30,000 characters (10 pages in Word), including spaces, notes, diagrams and maps

 

Typography

Font: Times New Roman
Size: 12
Spacing: 1.5

 

Presentation of footnotes:

Book reference: Surname (First name), Title, City of publication, Publisher, Date of publication, Reference to the page quoted (format: “p.2” if a single page is referenced, otherwise “pp. 34-37”).

Reference to an article in a collective work: Surname (First name of the author of the article), "Title of article", in Surname (First name) ed., "Title of article", Title of book, City of publication, Publisher, Date of publication, pp.34-56 (pages of the article).
Reference to a journal article: Surname (First name), "Title of article", Title of journal, City of publication, Number of issue, Date of publication of journal, pages of article in format pp. 45-67.
Numerous quotations from a book or article: If you are quoting only one book from an author, please use: Surname (First name), Op. cit., p.
However, if you are quoting numerous books or articles from the same author in your article, please use Surname (First name), First words of the book title …, op. cit. p. (if a book)
Or Surname (First name), "First words of the article title...", op. cit. p. (if an article).
If you are quoting the same book or article in two consecutive notes, please use Ibid.

 

Quotations

Quotation from interviews: Indent, use quotation marks and then mention in parentheses (Interview with Surname / First name, date, place).
Quotation from books: Do not indent, use quotation marks and footnotes.
Break in quotation: Please use (...) if there is a break in the quotation.
As Études européennes is an online journal, it is possible to insert hyperlinks.

 

Acronyms

Each acronym must be explained when used for the first time. If acronyms are too numerous, please insert a box under the heading “Acronyms”.

 

Punctuation

No space between the last word of the sentence and the full stop (“.”).

One space before and after semicolons (“;”) and colons (“:”) in French articles; no spaces before such punctuation in English articles.
Bibliography presentation.
References are organised in alphabetical order by author’s name.

Collective work: Surname (First name) ed., Title of book, City of publication, Publisher, Date of publication, pages quoted.

Book reference: Surname (First name), Title of book, City of publication, Publisher, Date of publication, pages quoted (format: “p.2” if a single page is referenced, otherwise “pp. 34-37”).

Reference to an article in a collective work: Surname (First name) of the author of the article, “Title of article”, in Surname (First name) ed., “Title of article”, Title of book, City of publication, Publisher, Date of publication, pp.34-56 (pages of article).

Summary/Abstract:

500 to 1,200 characters (spaces included).

10 key words in the language of article and translated into English.

A brief biography of the author (10 lines specifying your status, institution, areas of work (responsibilities, areas of research, etc.)).

Email address (please specify whether your email address may be printed).

Bibliography: including only the 10 primary references used in the article.

 

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