Museums and the Internet: Presenting Cultural Heritage Resources on-line


Notes for contributors


List of Contributors


Submission of papers: authors should send their contribution by e-mail, as attached files, or on CD-ROM, by surface mail, to:

Irina Oberländer-Târnoveanu,

Address: CIMEC - Institutul de Memorie Culturală

Piaţa Presei Libere 1, 013701 Bucharest, Romania

PO Box 33-90.

Deadline: 20th of December 2004. Earlier arrivals will be appreciated.



Send your text as a .rtf file (font Verdana, 11).

Each contribution should contain:

1. title and subtitle.

2. full name of each author with current affiliations and full address/phone, fax/ e-mail details plus short biographical note.

3. main text (suggested target is about 8000 words for lectures and 2000 words for project presentations). Text to be clearly organized, with a clear hierarchy of three levels of headings and subheadings and quotations above 40 words displayed, indented, in the text.

4. end notes, if necessary, should be signalled by superscript numbers in the main text and listed at the end of the text before the references.

5. acknowledgements should be listed as the first unnumbered note.

6. references should follow the Harvard convention. Bibliographic references in the text should contain within parentheses the author's surname or some conventional shortening of the title of the work, date of publication and page references (this should correspond to the bibliographic entry in the references at the end of the paper), e.g. (Childe 1954:117). Multiple references should be separated with a comma, e.g. (Childe 1954, 1963) and dates should be separated from pages with a full colon. References should be listed alphabetically by surname of the authors at the end of the paper, with book or journal title italicized, title of paper between single quotations marks, including place of publication and publisher, issue and page numbers (e.g. p. 14 or pp. 230-38), and/or Web address (URL). For web references you should indicate the date of last access between square brackets. Examples:


Hinge, P., 1996. 'The other computer interface' in H. Kamermans and K. Fennema (eds.) Interfacing the Past: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology CAA95, Analecta Prehistorica Leidensia 28, University of Leiden, pp. 691-700.


Richards, J. & Ryan, N., 1985. Data Processing in Archaeology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Wise, A. & Miller, P., 1997. 'Why metadata matters in archaeology' Internet Archaeology 2, [accessed 2.03.2002].



Illustrations: all photographs and image captures are called 'Figures' and should be numbered consecutively in the text. Send your images as .tif or .jpeg files (with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi, better 600 dpi). Never include illustrations in the text file. Send a list of illustrations with the numbers of figures and the corresponding short descriptive text.



Capitalize sparingly. Capitalize archaeological periods, such as Neolithic, whether as noun or adjective, but do not capitalize further refinements such as upper, early, late. Never capitalize archaeological features, e.g. grave 14, pit B.



- Do not use points in abbreviations, contractions or acronyms (e.g. AD, BC, PhD, USA, EC).

- Use single quotations marks.

- Use double quotes inside single quotes.

- Give dates as date, month year: e.g. 14 August 1999.

- Use 1970s (not seventies) without an apostrophe.


Copyright: Authors are requested to assign copyright to the Institute for Cultural Memory as publisher, subject to retaining their right to reuse the material in other publications written or edited by themselves and due to be published preferably at least one year after initial publication in this Handbook.


Authors are responsible for obtaining permissions from copyright holders for reproducing through any medium of communication any illustrations, tables, figures or lengthy quotations previously published elsewhere.


Authors will receive a complimentary copy of the publication.