The authors of the accepted paper proposals are invited to upload the full text (max. 5000 words – .PDF file extension) on their personal user page using “View/Edit your submission(s)” icon and then by clicking on EDIT. At the bottom of the page you will find the upload box. Please remember to click on UPDATE PAPER at the end of the operation.
The papers will be made available to all participants of the conference in a restricted web area.
Please note that the deadline for full text submissions is August 5th, 2018.
INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS
Papers must not exceed 5000 words in length, including abstract, figures, references.
- Title / Author / Abstract / Keywords
Title (font Garamond, 18pt, bold, centered)
First name and Last Name (font Garamond, 14pt, centered)
Institution, City, Country (Italics, font Garamond, 12pt, centered)
Abstract: Italics only for <Abstract>; Max 450 words, Font Garamond, 10 pt, space 6pt, line spacing simple, margin 2,5 cm on both sides of the text
Keywords: font Garamond, 10 pt. (max.10 words)
- Body text
Max 5000 words end notes included, Font Garamond, 12pt, do not indent paragraphs, space 6pt, line spacing simple, margin 2,5 cm on both sides of the text.
Please use footnotes rather than endnotes.
Font Garamond, 10 pt, line spacing simple, margin 2,5 cm on both sides of the text
- Book: R. Rodger, Edinburgh’s Colonies: Housing the workers, Argyll Press, 2012.
- Journal article: M. Boone, The Dutch Revolt and the Medieval Tradition of Urban Dissent, “Journal of Early Modern History”, 2007, 11, 3, pp. 351–375.
- Article in an edited collection: S. Lomax, The View from the Shop: Window Display, the Shopper and the Formulation of Theory, in J. Benson, L. Ugolini (eds.), Cultures of Selling. Perspective on Consumption and Society since 1700, Ashgate, 2006, pp. 265-291: 280.
- Edited book: J. Stobart, A. Hann, V. Morgan (eds.), Space of Consumption: Leisure and Shopping in the English Town, c.1680-1830, Routledge, 2007.
- Tables, Graphs, Images with captions
Include up to 5 (Tables, Graphs, Images) progressively labelled and with captions
- Fig. 1 – G. Maggi, Map of Rome in 1625, reprint 1774, BNCR, detail.
- Table 2 – Houses with shop premises in probate inventory samples, seventeenth-eighteenth centuries. source: Data from Sovrintendenza Comunale di Roma
- Graph 3 – Distribution of museum visitors (2003-2007)