Musicology (Musicología) appears twice a year. Contributors are kindly requested to submit papers by the end of March (summer issue) or by the end of September (winter issue). Papers should be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, in doc format.
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Format of bibliographical references:Books: Umberto Eco, Come si fa una tesi di laurea, Fabbri-Bompiani, Milano 1977, p. 234-238. [Do not insert a comma between place and year of publication; not “pages”, “page” or “pp.”, just “p.”]Journals: John Peponis, «The spatial culture of factories», Human Relations 38, 1985, p. 357-390. [The title of the article is included between “Greek” quotation marks; the title of the journal is in italics; not “in:” before the title of the journal; do not insert a comma between the title of the journal and the number of the issue]Texts that appear in collective works or readers: Gilles Deleuze, «Qu’est-ce qu’un dispositif?», in: Michel Foucault, philosophe, Seuil, Paris 1989, p. 112. [In case there is an editor: in: François Ewald (ed.), Title, etc.; in case the reference concerns a text that appears in a collection of papers by the same author, do not use “in:”: Gilles Deleuze, «Ce que les enfants disent», Critique et clinique, Les Éditions de Minuit, Paris 1993]Already mentioned references:
- If there is only one reference to an author: Eco, loc. cit., p. 121.
- If there are references to several works by the same author, the first words of the title should be also mentioned: Peponis, «The spatial…», loc. cit., p. 360.
- For a reference mentioned immediately above the current reference: Ibid.© Musicology