Ethics

 

The editors of Historia i Świat  magazine follow ethical principles and procedures  recommended by Comitee on Publication Ethics (COPE)

 

COPE

 

 
Publishing procedure
 
The publication of the article in the Historia i Świat journal is based on a written agreement between the Publisher and the Author, which cover the rights and obligations of the Parties, the conditions and manner of their realization, the transfer of copyrights to the paper and including the Author’s statements, among others, about the self-made performance of the Work, non-infringement of the rights of third parties, and consent to publication of the article. Signed documents should be sent to: Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript.
After receiving the article from the Author, the Editorial Office of the Journal shall perform a preliminary formal, linguistic, and thematic evaluation. The Publisher has the right to return the article to the Author to adapt it to the accepted publication requirements or to refuse the article for publication.
Under review, the article will be subject to formal and substantive evaluation made by two independent persons highly qualified in the field of the research problem on which the paper is focused.
The condition for publication of the paper is that it receives two positive reviews. If one negative review is received, the paper will be forwarded to a third reviewer or rejected. The final decision in this regard is taken by the Editor-in-Chief.

 

 

Peer Review

 

Peer review is the independent assessment of your research paper by experts in your field. Its purpose is to evaluate the manuscript’s quality and suitability for publication. Peer review is vitally important for upholding the high standards of scholarly communications, for maintaining the quality of journal, and for support of the researchers who’ve authored the papers.

 

This journal uses double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. To facilitate this, authors need to ensure that their manuscripts are prepared in a way that does not give away their identity. To help with this preparation please ensure the following when submitting to Historia i Świat: Submit the Title Page containing the Authors details and Blinded Manuscript with no author details as 2 separate files.

Use the third person to refer to work the Authors have previously undertaken, e.g. replace any phrases like “as we have shown before” with “… has been shown before [Anonymous, 2007]” .

 

Standards and rules for reviewing of articles
 
1. Any paper submitted to the Editorial Office of the Journal is subject to evaluation carried out by at least two independent reviewers from outside the unit in which the authors are affiliated.
2. Reviewers are persons who are highly qualified in the field of the research problem on which the paper is focused.
3. The reviewing process is carrying out in the peer review Neither the Authors nor the reviewers will know their identity (s.c.. double-blind review process). Selection of the reviewers is made with respect for the principle of preventing conflicts of interest.
4. Each review must be fair, prepared with the principle of due diligence, and meet both substantive and formal requirements.
5. The review shall be made in writing. Conclusions from the reviews are presented using the review form. The review will conclude with the reviewer’s recommendation for publication of the article, the need to make corrections, or rejection of the article.
6. The review form completed by the reviewer is forwarded to the Author, who will address the submitted comments within 14 days from the date of receipt of the review.
7. In the event of a dispute, the Editorial Office of the Journal has the right to appoint an additional reviewer from other persons who meet the criteria set out in p. 2. This applies in particular to an article receiving both a negative and a positive review, which would prevent the editorial team from accepting the text for publication.
8. Reviewers have the right to re-verify a revised article.
9. The formal criteria for accepting an article for publication or rejection of an article are included in the publishing agreement.
10. The Editorial Office of the Journal, on the basis of the opinions of the reviewers, decides whether to accept or not to accept the text for publishing.
11. The final decision to accept or reject the article of the article is made by the chief editor of the Journal.

 

Cooperating Reviewers

 

Katarzyna Balbuza (UAM Poznań, Poland)
Carlos Santos Carretero  (University of Murcia, Spain / Israel Institute of Biblical Studies, Israel)
Jan Čížek (University of Ostrava, Czech)
Henry Colburn (University of Southern California, USA)
Mehrdad Ghodrat Dizaji (Urmia University, Iran)
Vladimir Dmitriev (Pskov State University, Russia)
Kyle Erickson (University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Great Britain)
Natalia Frolova (Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moskva, Russia)
Bruno Jacobs (University of Basel, Switzerland)
Valdemaras Klumbys (Vilnius University, Lithuania)
Koray Konuk (Bordeaux Montaigne University, France)
Meysam Labbaf-Khaniki (University of Tehran, Iran)
Doug Lee (University of Nottingham, Great Britain)
Judith A. Lerner (New York University, USA)
Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones (Cardiff University, Great Britain)
Ciro Lo Muzio (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy)
Hamid Mamaev (the Academy of Sciences of the Chechen Republic)
Ebru Mandacı (Bitlis Eren University, Turkey)
Andrei Negin (Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
David Nicolle (University of Nottingham, Great Britain)
Valery Nikonorov (Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia)
Parvaneh Poushariati (New York City College of Technology, New York, USA)
Vesta Sarkhosh Curtis (the British Museum, London, Great Britain)
Nicholas Sekunda (UG Gdańsk, Poland)
Brian Porter-Szűcs (University of Michigan, USA)
Michael Shenkar (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Sebastiano Soldi (University of Viterbo, Italy)
Michael E. Stewart (The University of Queensland, Australia)
Parviz Hossein Talaei (Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran)
Gianfilippo Terribili (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy)
Mamuka Tsurtsumia (Tbilisi State University, Georgia)
Willem Vogelsang (International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden, Netherlands)
Conor Whately (University of Winnipeg, Canada)
Ercüment Yildirim (Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University, Turkey)
Joan Zouberi (British Institute of Persian Studies, Greece)