The adaptation of your article to ECF editorial guidelines is an essential requirement for its evaluation and publication. Below you will find all the necessary information.
The correct use of the Editorial Guidelines document does not depend on its integral reading and assimilation. It must be used as an analytical repertoire of all the elements that make up the text and the forms that each one will have to assume. You will find descriptions and examples on the use of punctuation, on the formatting of titles, bibliographic references, sources (bibliographic or archival, etc.), footnotes, captions, etc.
Variations or specific additions to the general guidelines are reported in the Info area of the journals.
Each document shall include:
For more information, please contact the editorial staff of ECF at the address email@example.com.
It is possible to consult and download the editorial guidelines in the Italian and English versions.
N.B.: specific guidelines – which enrich or modify the general rules – are adopted by some journals. They can be consulted on the journals’ homepages, in the "Guidelines" section.
In case of graphic elements such as:
The publication of images can only take place subject to the release signed by the Author. The form can be downloaded under the heading ‘Copyright and licences’ and must be sent to ECF signed before the beginning of the editing of the text.