Scope and policy
JUDGEMENT AND EVALUATION OF ARTICLES
PRESENTATION OF THE ARTICLES
Form and preparation of manuscripts
CITATION STYLE – REFERENCES
Must only include the texts quoted in the article or review. The content and accuracy of the reference list is solely the responsibility of the author.
Author: Last name followed by name separated by a coma and followed by a period. Complete book title in italics; if it includes subtitle, this goes after two periods. City of publication followed by a coma. Editorial followed by a coma (add only the name and not the word editorial). If there is no editorial its written “[s. n.]” from the Latin sine nomine followed by a coma, year of publication, followed by a full stop.
Díaz Arrieta, Hernán. Los cuatro grandes de la literatura chilena durante el siglo XX: Augusto D'Halmar, Pedro Prado, Gabriela Mistral, Pablo Neruda. Santiago de Chile, Zig-Zag, 1962.
Last name followed by name of the first author in the order of appearance from the cover followed by a coma, name followed by last name of the following author(s). Add “y” before the last author. Title in italics followed by a period. Place of publication followed by a coma. Editorial followed by a coma. Year followed by a full stop.
Troyka, Lynn Quitman and Douglas Hesse. Simon and Schuster handbook for writers. New Jersey, Pearson, 2005.
Gilman, Sander et. al. Hysteria beyong Freud. Berkeley, U. de California, 1993.
If the people listed in the cover are editors, translators or compilers, place a coma after the last name, followed by the word editors, translators or compilers, accordingly.
Romera Castillo, José, Alicia Yllera and Mario García-Page, editors. Semiótica(s): Homenaje a Greimas. Madrid, Visor, 1994.
If the cover does not mention any author or editor, enter the title reference.
Literatura del México antiguo: los textos en lengua nahuatl. Edición, estudios introductorios y versiones de textos de Miguel León-Portilla. Caracas, Biblioteca Ayacucho, 1978.
Last name and name of author. Title in italics. City, publisher and year or publishing separated by a coma. Name of database or web site in italics. Access date.
*NOTE: The exact complete URL will only be pointed out when its presumed that the reader will not be able to locate the site without this exact reference. In this case, the URL goes after the name of the website followed by a full stop.
Long, William J. English Literature. Its History and Its Significance for the Life of the English Speaking World. Boston, Ginn and Company, 1909. https://archive.org/details/englishliteratur00longrich/page/n9. Visitado 30 de agosto de 2019.
Part or book chapters
Author of the quoted section followed by a period. Title of the quoted part, between quotation marks and followed by a period. Translator of the quoted part, if relevant, followed by a period. Title of anthology in italics, followed by a coma (,), name of editor, compiler or translator of the anthology, preceded by the abbreviation of editor(s), compiler(s) or translator(s), accordingly, followed by a period. Year of publication followed by a coma, publisher followed by a coma, year followed by a coma, add “pp.” to indicate page range.
Bowles, Paul. “Episodio distante”. Trans. Guillermo Lorenzo. Antología del cuento norteamericano. Ed. Richard Ford. Barcelona, Galaxia Gutenberg, 2002, pp. 600-613.
Author’s last name, name followed by a period. Title of the article between quotation marks followed by a period. Title of the referenced work in italics followed by a period. City, publisher, year.
Peña Muñoz, Manuel. “Saúl Schkolnik (1929)”. Gran diccionario de autores latinoamericanos de literatura infantil y juvenil. Madrid, SM, 2010.
Article in periodicals
Author. Title of the article between quotation marks. Name of the publication in italics, number, year and pages.
Miranda, Paula. “Para qué podría servir la poesía”. Taller de Letras, n.° 40, 2007, pp. 183-188.
Author. Title of the article between quotation marks. Name of publication in italics. Number. Date of publication (if exist). Website. In case of non academic journals, point out day, month and year of publication.
Costa, Analía. “Tradición y traducción en el Modernismo Hispanoamericano”. Revista de Historia de la Traducción, n.° 5, 2011, http://www.traduccionliteraria.org/1611/art/costa.htm.
Author of the article followed by a period. Title between quotation marks. Name of the paper in italics. For English papers, omit the article. City of publication between brackets, if not included in the name. Edition, if mentioned in the headliner. Day, abbreviation of the month (except May), year, followed by colon. Number of page or pages exactly as shown in the diary.
Quilodrán, Fernando. “De viejas y actuales verdades”. El Siglo [Santiago, Chile]. 4 oct. 2013: 31.
Author of the article followed by a period. Title between quotation marks. Name of the paper in italics. For English papers, omit the article. Date of publication (if exist): day, abbreviation of the month (except May), year, website (URL) preceded by a coma.
Bruna, Roberto. “El déficit cultural de la inminente ley de televisión digital”. El Mostrador, 14 oct. 2013, http://www.elmostrador.cl/cultura/2013/10/14/el-deficit-cultural-de-la-inminente-ley-de-television-digital/.
Author. Title of thesis between quotation marks. Thesis for academic degree [add academic degree]. University where it took place, year.
Aldunate, Carlos. “Crítica literaria en Chile: cómo y para quién se escribe en la prensa”. Tesis para optar al grado de Magíster en Literatura, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 1993.
Conferences, congress and reunions
Author of the presentation. Title of the presentation between quotation marks. Title of the congress in italics. Information regarding the congress: Place (if not mentioned in the title), date, editors. Publishing information: Place, publisher, year. Pages.
Zapata, Manuel. “La negredumbre en García Márquez”. XX Congreso Nacional de Literatura, Lingüística y Semiótica: "Cien años de soledad", treinta años después. Santa Fe de Bogotá, october 29-31 of 1997. Santa Fe de Bogotá, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, 1998. Pp. 107-112.
Name of the rapporteur. Title of the presentation (if known), between quotation marks. Name of the conference if corresponding. Name of the sponsoring organization, if corresponding, followed by a coma and place. Day, abbreviation of the month, year; descriptive word: lecture, presentation, speech, talk or any other.
Miranda, Paula. “Gabriela Mistral y Violeta Parra: voces de la identidad chilena”. Biblioteca de Humanidades de la Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago de Chile, Sept. 12th 2012, lecture.
Website publications must be quoted according to the type of work they are, following their blueprint in their printing versions or another (book, part of a book, article in a journal, etc.). In general, they will have author, title and publication information.
Considering that the information contained in a website can change when accessing to an online publication, it is necessary to point out the date. If the name of the institution in charge of the website is available, it must be pointed out following the name of the website itself in case they are not the same.
s. f. = no date
Film or video
Title in italics. Directed by name last name, produced, acted (accordingly or by emphasis) by name, distributor, year.
Example with emphasis on the director:
Las horas. Directed by Stephen Daldry, Paramount Pictures/Miramax, 2002.
Example with emphasis on the director and actors:
Las horas. Directed by Stephen Daldry, acted by Meryl Streep, Julianne Moore, Nicole Kidman, Harris and Miranda Richardson, Paramount Pictures/Miramax, 2002.
Last name, name of the performer. Title in italics. Label, year. In case it corresponds to a virtual release website is added at the end.
Holliday, Billie. The Essence of Billie Holliday. Columbia, 1991.
Last name, name of the performer. Title of the piece between quotation marks (“”). Title of the records in italics. Label, year. In case it corresponds to a virtual release website is added at the end.
Jara, Víctor. El derecho de vivir en paz, DICAP, 1971, www. http://fundacionvictorjara.org/tienda/producto/el-derecho-de-vivir-en-paz-victor-jara-edicion-cd/.
PAINTING, SCULPTURE OR PHOTOGRAPHY
Last name, name. Work title. Composition. Institution where the work resides, city, date.
Renoir, Pierre Auguste. Paisaje de l’lle de France. Óleo sobre lienzo. Museo Botero, Banco de la República, Bogotá, 1883.
Sending of manuscripts
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