The journal História da Historiografia (History of Historiography) invites researchers to submit proposals for Special Issues to be organized between 2019-2020. Proposals will be received until May 31st 2018.
Proposals must follow these requirements
The organization will be in charge of at least 2 and a maximum of 4 guest editors;
Proposal must include at least one researcher from foreign academic institutions;
The special issue must have at least 4 and a maximum of 9 papers;
The proposal must contain title, presentation, justification and schedule;
In the case of a special issue already assembled, the guest editors must present the authors, titles and abstracts.
The analysis and selection of the proposals will be carried out by the journal executive editors;
Proposals that present a minimum of 40% of english papers will be prioritized;
Originality of the topic in relation to previously published issues;
Relevance to the current discussions in Theory and History of Historiography;
Clarity and coherence of the proposal;
Adequacy to the journal's editorial policy.
Guest editors attributions:
Carry out wide dissemination with the support of the journal's office;
Evaluate or distribute the texts to reviewers, according to the journal guidelines;
Write an introduction that besides presenting the articles, problematize the theme chosen from a historiographic point of view;
Inform the executive editors about the progress of the special issue organization process;
It is optional for the guest editors to submit papers to the special issue.
Editorial policy of the special issues:
Proposals must be submitted through the journal's e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, respecting the stipulated term;
Two special issues will be selected.
Alejandro Eujanian, UNR/Rosário, Argentina
Arthur Lima de Avila, UFRGS/RS, Brasil
Fábio Franzini, UNIFESP/SP, Brasil
Mateus Henrique Faria Pereira, UFOP/MG, Brasil
Valdei Lopes de Araujo, UFOP/MG, Brasil