Atenea, founded in 1924, is a biannual publication edited by Universidad de Concepcion.
Its main goal is to disseminate research and critical reflection in the Chilean and Latin American cultural sphere.
This journal prioritises articles by Chilean and foreign researchers who show a critical-cultural perspective and help strengthen humanist reflection and dialogue. In this context, articles from disciplines such as philosophy, literature, history, sociology, among others, are relevant.
Atenea welcomes new unpublished articles, which will be submitted to evaluation according to number 2 in the publication norms.
Articles must be 20 pages long at the most, including bibliographic references and abstracts in Spanish and English.
Originals. Contributions to the journal should be double-spaced, on letter sized paper with margins right, left, topside and bottom of 3 cm, in Times New Roman, 12 point.
The following should be included:
The works should be sent, processed in Word software, to the email address of the journal (email@example.com).
Illustrations. ATENEA considers the presence of graphic images to be a valuable contribution to its pages and invites authors to complement their writing with pertinent photographs, illustrations or drawings and, if possible, that these be of documentary and artistic value. El material enviado debe estar libre de derechos o contar con la autorización de su titular. The material submitted must be copyright free or have due authorization by the owners. The Direction of the journal reserves the right to illustrate the text without previous consultation with the author(s). Photographic material should be sent in either "jpg"or "tif" format with a resolution of at least 300 dpi and not less than 12 cm wide.
Citations and bibliographical references. The citations in the text and on the final list should be presented in the American Psychological Association (A.P.A.) format:
When the last name of the author forms part of the narrative only the year of publication of the article is included in parenthesis:
Example: González (2001) studied the relationships between...
When the last name and the date of publication do not form part of the body of the text, both elements are included in parenthesis, separated by a coma.
Example: The author points out that the relationships between politics and language (González, 2001: 52) are always complex.
When both the date and the last name form part of the sentence, parentheses are not used.
Example: In 2001 González studied the relationships between politics and language.
If there is more than one article/work by a single author that appears in the same year, it will be cited with a letter following the year.
Example: (González, 2001a, González, 2001b, etc.).
The bibliographical references in the final list should be in alphabetical order and by date of publication in the case of more than one work per author.
Book: Last name of each author, initial of the first name or initials of the first and middle names, year of publication, title of book (in italics or underlined), edition, volume, chapter and/or pages, city and country where published and the name of the publisher.
Example: González, M. (2001). Teoría del signo, 2a edic., vol. II. Concepción, Chile: Editorial Universidad de Concepción.
Book chapter: Last name of each author, first and/or middle name initials, year of publication (in parentheses), period, title, period. In: author(s) of the book, title (in italics), first and last pages of the article (in parentheses), stop, city and country of publication, colon, publisher.
Ej.: Beyersdorff, M. (2002). Caminos rituales y cartografía indígena: la vigencia de la Relación de las guacas del Cuzco de Bernabé Cobo en su época. En: Fecoster, J. J. (Ed.), Incas e indios cristianos. Elites indígenas e identidades cristianas en los Andes Coloniales (pp. 39-59). Cusco, Perú: Centro de Estudios Regionales Andinos Bartolomé de Las Casas. IFEA.
Journal Article: Last name of each author, initials of first name or initials of the first and middle names, year of publication (in parenthese s), period, title of the work, period, name of the journal (in italics), volume number, comma, initial page-final page of the article.
Ej.: Ballart, X. (2005). Evaluación de políticas. Marco conceptual y organización institucional. Revista de Estudios Políticos 80(3), 199-224.
All of the works cited in the body of the text should appear in the final reference list and all of the works in the final reference list should be cited in the text.
System of arbitration and selection of articles. The articles received are submitted to the Editorial Committee, and distributed, according to the topic, among five specialists who form part of the Committee. If the articles don't exactly correspond to the disciplines of Committee members, they are sent for peer review to either internal or external peers of the University. In cases of conflict in which there are two contradictory evaluations, a third peer is called on to clarify the problem.
Author notification. The principal author will be notified on receipt of the work, and, later, if the work has been selected for publication by the Editorial Advisory Council.
Authors’ commitment. At submission, every author declares that their work is new and that it has not been submitted for evaluation to any other journal.
Publication rights. The authors concede to ATENEA all publication rights and dissemination of the articles selected for inclusion in the journal, both on paper and electronically or using any other support, including inclusion in catalogs, libraries, servers or on-line sites.
Order of publication. The order of publication for articles will be determined by the Director.
Mailing address. Those interested in publishing in the journal should send their works by certified mail to:
For questions and more information, please write to the address listed above.
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Universidad de Concepción
Casilla 160-C, Correo 3
Biblioteca Central, Of. 11
Concepción - Chile
Tel.: (56-41) 2204590
Fax: (56-41) 2228262