Rules for manuscripts

Formatting Requirements for Materials Provided by The Authors to the Editorial Office

Manuscripts are accepted as electronic file in doc format (MS Word 1997–2003), font – Times New Roman, point size – 14, line spacing – 1.5, paragraph indentation – 1.25, no pagination, no automatic hyphenation; margins size: top – 2, left – 3, right – 1.5, bottom – 2; subpage footnotes. The volume of the article: no more than 40,000 typographical units including spaces.
Graphic files are provided separately as grayscale TIFF files with a resolution of at least 300 dpi or inserted into a Word document.
Chinese names and titles are given in the Pinyin system.
Japanese names and titles are given in Russian transcription based on the Polivanov system.
We do not recommend using spaces and / or tabs to indent the beginning of a paragraph or to format paragraphs (for example, to move a text to the right or center).
It is not recommended to use capital letters for text and headings, unless directly citing sources.

 

 

Article Formatting

 

  1. Title of the article in Russian (bold font, lowercase letters, center alignment).
  2. The author or list of authors of the article (surname and initials) in Russian (italics, lowercase letters, right alignment).
  3. Information about the author / authors in Russian: full name (italics), academic degree and academic title (if any), position and place of work / study (affiliation), ORCID (if any), contact e-mail.

Example: Author: Ivanov Ivan Ivanovich, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Head of the Department of World History of the Ensk Federal University. ORCID: 0000-0000-0001-1111. E-mail: ivanov@mail.ru.

  1. Annotation in Russian (600–700 characters).
  2. Key words in Russian (no more than 8 words, italics).
  3. The author or list of authors of the article (name, surname) in English (bold).
  4. Title of the article in English (lowercase letters, bold).
  5. Annotation in English (500-600 characters).
  6. Key words in English (italics).
  7. Information about the author(s) in English.
  8. The main text of the article.
  9. References – a list of all sources (including Internet links) cited and mentioned in the article in alphabetical order without specifying page numbers.

 

 

Formatting of Footnotes and References

Footnotes in materials should be subpage. All bibliographic references (in the list of references and footnotes) are drawn up without abbreviations of the name of the source, its authors, etc. Repeating footnotes are written in full.
Books:
a) In Russian:
Author. Title of Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, date. P. ...
b) To the whale. lang.
Author. Transliteration of the Chinese title of the book: [Translation of the title into Russian. language]. Place of Publication: Publisher, date. P. ...
c) In English. lang.
Author. Title of Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, date. P. ...
Articles:
a) Printed publications
Author of the Article. Title of the Article // Title of the Publication. Place, date. (Vol.) No. ... P. ...
b) The Internet
Author of the Article. Title of the Article. URL: Full email address (date of access).