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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The submission has not been previously published nor is being reviewed or considered to be published in other journals.
  • The submission file is in Microsoft Word file format.
  • The line spacing is 1,5; employs italics rather than underlying; where available URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

Thank you for choosing to submit your paper to Ethnographica et Folkloristica Carpathica. Use these instructions if you prepare your manuscript for submission. Please take the time to read and follow them as close as possible, as doing so will ensure your paper matches the journal’s requirements. 

  • The manuscript can be written in English or German.
  • All manuscripts should include a title, an abstract of 200-250 words and 5 keywords in English (those written in German also). For a standardized and efficient use of keywords we suggest to use the ERIC database 
  • The manuscript should not pass the 40.000 characters (including footnotes, tables, figures, graphs and spaces).
  • Authors are supposed to provide their ORCID.
  • The submission file can be sent in Microsoft Word (.docx).
  • The line spacing should be 1,5 and use Times New Roman.
  • For the sake of emphasis use italics.
  • In case a bibliographical reference has a DOI number, it has to be provided; for any help check the DOI Crossreference software
  • Digital images should be sent in 300 DPI resolution, uncompressed .TIFF, or JPG format. Include a separate image list with serial number, the exact space where it should be inserted and the caption.
  • For the submission please use the online submission platform of the journal’s website.
  • Any inquiries concerning manuscript submission should be directed to the editorial staff at or the support contact.

References and Citations: 

Any work or passages written by other authors, contributors, or sources should be appropriately credited and referenced. List only pertinent references. Instead of in-text citation, always use footnotes in the following format: Second name Year of publication: page number (f.ex.: Geertz 1973: 59.) (f.ex.: Mikes 2018: 25, 50, 150, 230.) (f.ex.: Taylor 2012: 25–45; Holland 2016: 25.)

Every other detail should be cited in the references section at the end of the manuscript. The references are listed al­phabetically. In case that you use two or more publications by the same author (or set of authors) of the same publication year list them by letters: a, b, c. For the reference section use the following format: 


For book references:

AUTHOR’S SECOND NAME (capital letters) author’s first name

Year Book title (italics). Publisher’s location: Publisher’s Name

GEERTZ Clifford

1973    The Interpretation of Cultures. New York: Basic Books

RISTIC, Mirjana – FRANK, Sybille

2019    Urban Heritage in Divided Cities. Abingdon: Routledge


For collection references:

AUTHOR’S SECOND NAME (capital letters) author’s first name

Year Publication’s title. In Editor’s name: Collection’s title (italics). Page range. Publisher’s location: Publisher’s Name


2014    Intercultural Expertise and Public Policy. In Reeves Sanday, Peggy (ed.): Anthropology and the Public Interest: Fieldwork and Theory. 15–23. New York: Academic Press.


For journal articles:

AUTHOR’S SECOND NAME (capital letters) author’s first name

Year Article’s title. Journal’s name (italics). Volume. Issue number. Page range and digital object identifier (DOI) should be given whenever possible, with the prefix “”.


1977    The Bonfire in North Irish Tradition. Folklore. Vol. 88. 1. 3–38. 


For book chapter:

AUTHOR’S SECOND NAME (capital letters) author’s first name

Year Chapter’s title. In Author’s name: Book’s title (italics). Page range. Publisher’s location: Publisher’s Name

GEERTZ Clifford

1973    Religion As a Cultural System. In Clifford Geertz: The Interpretation of Cultures. 87–125. New York: Basic Books


For websites:

AUTHOR’S SECOND NAME (capital letters) author’s first name

Year (if available) Article’s title (italics). Website’s name/Page title. (URL, date accessed in day. month. year format).

HARRIS Trudier

n. d.     The Trickster in African American Literature. National Humanities Center. (, 7. 06. 2018).

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