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Zgodovinsko društvo dr. Franca Kovačiča v Mariboru /

Historical Society dr. Franc Kovačič in Maribor



Koroška cesta 160

2000 Maribor





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  1. Studia historica Slovenica (SHS) is a periodical scientific publication published by the Historical association of Franc Kovačič PhD, Koroška cesta 160, Maribor. The publication publishes historical articles and other humanistic and sociological articles that adjoin historical science. 
  2. Studia historica Slovenica is issued in three volumes a year. The first two volumes publish articles in Slovene language – with summaries in English, German, Italian, French or Russian language and abstracts in English. The third volume is a foreign language volume, which is intended for publishing articles written by local and foreign authors in one of the world languages – with summaries and abstracts in Slovene language. 
  3. An article, delivered or sent to the editorial board, can comprise of at most 30 one-sided typed pages with 30 lines per page (52,750 print signs). It has to be delivered on a computer diskette (edited in Word for Windows) and in a printed form. Image material in the form of a laser print or in electron form (PDF or TIF format) must be equipped with subtitles and the source quotation. 
  4. The author must submit following data: name and surname, academic title, occupation, institution of occupation, its address and e-mail. 
  5. Delivered article must be equipped with: a summary (30-45 lines), an abstract (6-10 lines) and key words.
    Summary must be understandable by itself, without reading the article as a whole. In writing whole sentences must be used, less known abbreviations and shortenings should be avoided. Summary must contain the author's primary goal and the purpose of the article, the reason why it was written and the description of research techniques  (primary methodological principles).
    Key words must reflect the content of the article and must be adequate to classification (UDK).
    The abstract must present the purpose of the article, its main characteristics and the methodology of research work as well as the most significant results and conclusions. 
  6. The text of the article must be clear and intelligibly structured (chapter titles, sub-chapters) for the purpose of clear recognition of article's aim, work methods, results and conclusions. 
  7. Notes must be uniquely formed as footnotes, which can be contextual (author's comment) and bibliographical (source quotation, quoted literature).
    On first quotation, a bibliographical footnote must contain an entire title or location: author's name and surname, title (review or miscellany title when published in it), place and date of issue, pages
    (example – monograph: Jože Mlinarič, Studeniški dominikanski samostan: ok. 1245–1782 (Celje, 2005), p…;
    example – review: Darko Friš, "Banovinska konferenca Jugoslovanske nacionalne stranke leta 1937 v Ljubljani", Zgodovinski časopis 59, No. 1–2 (2005): p. …;
    example – paper: (author), "Volitve v mariborski mestni zastop", Slovenski gospodar, 27. november 1873, No. 48, p. …;
    example – miscellany: Vasilij Melik, "Vprašanje regij v naši preteklosti", in: Regionalni vidiki slovenske zgodovine: zbornik referatov XXXI. zborovanja slovenskih zgodovinarjev, ed. Peter [tih and Bojan Balkovec (Ljubljana, 2004), p. …). On following quotations logical shortenings are used (Mlinarič, Studeniški dominikanski samostan, p. …).
    While quoting archival sources, the archive must be stated: archive (whole name on first quotation, on following quotations use a shortening in brackets), name of fond or collection (signature, if given), number of fascicle (box) and archival unit, address of quoted document (example: Pokrajinski arhiv Maribor (PAM), fond Pavel Turner, box 7, letter Davorina Trstenjaka to Pavel Turner from Stari Trg, 7. June 1889.)
  8. Articles are reviewed; reviews are anonymous. An article is placed for publishing on the basis of reviewer's positive view. 
  9. Author is responsible for article's scientific content and accuracy of data. 
  10. The editorial board arranges the lectureship, which is reviewed and authorized by the author. Editorial board sends the first correction to the author, who has to return it in three days; enlargement of text while correcting is not permitted. While correcting corrective signs, as stated in the orthography, must be used. The editorial board performs the second correction.  
  11. Additional explanations are available at the editorial board.

Edtorial board of SHS