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        FORNVANNEN-JOURNAL OF SWEDISH ANTIQUARIAN RESEARCH《瑞典古文物研究雜志》 (Email投稿)

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        • 期刊簡稱
        • 參考譯名《瑞典古文物研究雜志》
        • 核心類別 AHCI期刊(2019),
        • IF影響因子
        • 自引率
        • 主要研究方向ARCHAEOLOGY; HISTORY

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        FORNVANNEN-JOURNAL OF SWEDISH ANTIQUARIAN RESEARCH《瑞典古文物研究雜志》(季刊). FORNV?NNEN-Journal of Swedish Antiquarian Research (ISSN 0015-7813), published by t...[顯示全部]
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        1、投稿方式:郵箱投稿。

        2、期刊網址:

        http://vitterhetsakad.se/publikationer/fornvannen

        3、官網郵箱:fornvannen@vitterhetsakademien.se

        4、期刊刊期:季刊,一年出版4期。

        2020年1016日星期

                                          


        投稿須知【官網信息】

         

        fornv?nnen:Journal of Swedish AntiquarianResearch (ISSN 0015-7813), is published by the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities (Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien) in collaboration with the Swedish History Museum. It has been published since 1906, with four issues appearing each year. Submitted articles undergo doubleblind peer review. Fornv?nnen has a good geographical spread, and besides being available at a number of locations in Sweden, it can be found in more than 350 libraries and scholarly institutions in over 40 countries. Six months after the publication of the printed issues, all the texts in Fornv?nnen are published in Fornv?nnen Open Access and are then available for download via DiVA (see Digital Publishing below).

        Fornv?nnen welcomes contributions on Nordic archaeology and ancient art, along with closely related subjects. Contributions can be in one of the Scandinavian languages (Swedish, Norwegian, Danish) or in English. Fornv?nnen accepts four types of contributions: Articles, Short communications, Debates and Reviews. Manuscripts should be submitted in a finished state, including illustrations, to fornvannen@vitterhetsakademien.se. All submissions should be made digitally. If files are of very large format, please contact the editorial board for alternative submission methods. Contributions are accepted on a running basis and join the queue of manuscripts. The time from submission to publication is usually under 12 months for articles and 8 months for shorter texts and reviews.

        The author must guarantee that material submitted to the editorial board has not already been published elsewhere, in either whole or part, in Swedish or any other language. Submitted material may not be offered for publication elsewhere before the editorial board has made a definitive decision on publication. This applies regardless of the type of contribution.

        Articles

        The article format lends itself to long, in-depth presentations of new research findings made public for the first time. Articles may also be overviews that compile, analyse and interpret previously published findings, or theoretical papers that discuss and develop theories in the discipline. Articles should primarily be geared to an academic audience and should be of high scholarly quality.

        Article manuscripts should be submitted in one of the following formats: Word, RTF or ODT. The file name should include the introductory words of the title with the addition MANUS, e.g. “Bronze Age Graves in a New Light MANUS”. Texts should be complete (see points 1–12 below) and carefully proofread. Authors of texts in English are responsible for the having the language professionally checked if they are not native speakers. The manuscript of an article should include the following parts: 1) title, 2) author name(s) and contact details, 3) abstract, 4) keywords, 5) the text (without illustrations or captions), 6) references to any figures and tables, 7) parenthetical text references, 8) acknowledgements/thanks, if any, 9) English summary, 10) reference list, 11) any captions, 12) any table captions.

        Illustrations and tables should be submitted as separate files (see information below).

        1) Title

        The title and a maximum of one subtitle, worded to arouse interest and convey the content of the article.

        2) Author name(s) and contact details

        Author name(s) and contact details consisting of institution, institution address (or home address) and email address.

        3) Abstract

        An abstract briefly summarizing the content and results of the article, written in English, a maximum of 1,500 characters including spaces. If the article is in Swedish, Danish or Norwegian, the abstract should also have an English translation of the title.

        4) Keywords

        4–5 keywords in English that serve as general descriptions of the article’s topic, content and results.

        5) The text

        Article texts may comprise a maximum of 45,000 characters including spaces, excluding abstract, references and figure/table captions. If the article has many illustrations, or needs an English summary, it is recommended that the text comprise a maximum of 42,000 characters including spaces and be formatted according to the rules stated below.

        6) References to figures and tables

        References to figures and tables are made in parentheses and inserted into the text at the appropriate location, e.g. (fig. 1), (figs. 3–5) or (tab. 1).

        7) In-text references

        References to sources follow the Harvard system and are included in the text. State the author name, year of publication and page(s) in parentheses in the text, e.g. (J?nsson & Persson 2008, pp. 83, 86f, 90ff) or (Andrews 2009, pp. 34–44). When reference is made to more than one work in the same parentheses, they should be in chronological order and separated by semicolons, e.g. (Smith & Jones 1992; Niemi 2018, p. 46). More than two authors are listed with et al. after the first name, e.g. (Andersson et al. 2014, p. 23).

        8) Acknowledgements

        A brief statement of persons, institutions or funders who have decisively contributed to the content and quality of the text.

        9) Summary

        If the article is in Swedish, Danish or Norwegian, it should be accompanied by an English summary, a synopsis of the content and results of the article, a maximum of 4,500 characters including spaces. No summary is needed for articles written in English.

        10) References

        Formated according to the Harvard system and listed in alphabetical order. The surnames of all authors and editors are stated in full, but only the initials of the first names. Titles of monographs and journals are italicized. Page numbers are specified only for articles in journals, not chapters in edited volumes. Publishers are not stated.

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