For Authors

Declaration of the Author

1. Requirements concerning the text

The editorial team of “Studia Nauk Teologicznych PAN”
accepts papers that have not been published to date.

Papers in the field of theology, religiology and relative disciplines should not exceed 40,000 characters (with spaces). Texts should be submitted in the Word format (or as rtf (rich text format) files: 12, footnotes: 10.

The editorial team accepts texts only in an electronic version, which should be sent to:

Submitted papers will undergo the reviewing procedure. The authors will be notified of its result, the content of the submitted reviews, as well as the decision of the editorial team concerning its publication.

We accept texts written in Polish and in congress languages.

Each text should be accompanied with: a short biographical sketch with some titles of books published in the latest years,

an abstract in English and Polish, each one of about 1,000 characters,
a list of keywords in Polish and English,
a list of abbreviations used by the author in the text or in the notes,
a statement about the originality of the paper, contribution of other authors, a no conflict of interest statement and information on any sources of financing (see a form of the statement).

2. Footnote rules

1. The number of the footnote in the text should be placed before the punctuation mark ending a sentence or its part, e.g. In his last will1, written shortly before his death, the poet recalls his benefactors2.

2. Book citation: first name initial, surname(s) of the author(s), book title (in italics, without quotation marks), place of publication: publishing house, year of publication (publication parts are indicated before the year, e.g. 32007), list of cited pages. Fragments omitted in citations should be marked with three dots in square brackets.

3. Studies in manuscripts: manuscript location should indicated, e.g. S. Kowalski, Wspólnota Kultury, Warszawa 1999, mps in UKSW Archive in Warsaw, p. 5.

4. Citations of Church documents: the number and not the page of a specific issue should be provided. Also, commonly used abbreviations should be applied, e.g. RH 10 (John Paul II Encyclical Letter Redemptor hominis, No. 10).

5. Online sources: the author and the title provided in the same way as in case of printed sources, WWW address and the access date in square brackets, e.g. J. Kowalski, Teologia w Polsce, [accessed 11.11.2013].

6. Repeated footnotes: Such words as ibid, idem, etc. should not be used, but a short bibliographical record should be repeated (initial of the first name, the surname, the title or its part and page numbers).

7. Example of a footnote entry
1 A. Derdziuk, Teologia moralna w służbie wiary Kościoła, Wydawnictwo KUL Lublin 2010, 125-134.
2 A. Derdziuk, Teologia moralna …, p. 89.
3 P. Feyerabend, Mentale Ereignisse und das Gehirn, In: Analytische Philosophie des Geistes, P. Bieri (ed.), Weinheim-Basel: Beltz Verlag 42007, pp. 121-125.
5 T. Zadykowicz, Okaleczenie, EK, Vol. 15, cols. 460-461.
6 DWR 10.
7 TWNT, Vol. 1, pp. 321.

The author has to adjust the footnotes according to the above rules for the paper to be accepted for publication in “Studia Nauk Teologicznych PAN”.