The journal Amfiteater publishes articles in the field of the performing arts, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary studies of performance in the context of different media, cultures, social sciences and arts. Articles are accepted in Slovenian and English languages. It is expected that any manuscript submitted has not been published before and has not been submitted at the same time for publication elsewhere. All submissions are peer reviewed.
The recommended length of articles is from 30,000 to 45,000 characters including spaces. Author’s name, postal address and e-mail address are to be specified on a cover sheet along with a short biography for publication that does not exceed 550 characters including spaces. An abstract of up to 1,800 characters (including spaces) and a list of keywords (5-8) are to be added at the end of the article.
Submit articles as an attachment file in Microsoft Word format, in the Times New Roman font, 12 point, with double line spacing. Each new paragraph is marked with an empty line. Quotations longer than five lines are placed in separate paragraphs, in 10 point size, without quotation marks. Abbreviations and adaptations of quotations are marked in square brackets. Notes are not meant for quoting literature; they should appear as footnotes marked with consecutive numbers.
When quoting an author and related work within the text, state only the page numbers in brackets, e.g., (161-166). When the author of the quoted work is not mentioned in the sentence, state the author’s name and the page numbers in brackets without punctuation between them, e.g., (Reinelt 161-166). For different bibliographical entries by the same author, include a shortened title of the work, e.g., (Reinelt, Javno 161-166).
The bibliography is structured according to MLA style (6th edition).
Reinellt, Janelle. Javno uprizarjanje. Eseji o gledališču našega časa. Trans. K. Jerin and K. J. Kozak. Ljubljana: Mestno gledališče ljubljansko, 2006. (Knjižnica MGL, 143).
– Book Article or Chapter:
Auslander, Philip. “'Just Be Your Self': Logocentrism and difference in performance theory.” Acting (Re)Considered: theories and practices. Ed. Phillip B. Zarrilli. London and New York: Routledge, 1995. 59-67.
– Journal Article:
Strehovec, Janez. “Računalniška igra kot igra.” Maska 18.78-79 (2003): 26-32.
- Newspaper or Magazine Article:
Inkret, Andrej. “Smole: o vprašanjih modernega slovenstva.” Delo 14 Oct. 1981: 15.
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