Resonancias is an academic journal belonging to the Institute of Music at the Faculty of Arts of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. It publishes reviews, documents and articles in the field of music studies – understood in a broad sense, ranging from musicology and ethnomusicology to other disciplines that inform and intersect them, including but not limited to history, sociology, anthropology, psychology, cognitive sciences, education, cultural studies and other areas of scientific and technological research. Submission must be previously unpublished and either in Spanish, Portuguese or English.
Articles should be between 8 000 and 12 000 words, including footnotes, bibliography and annexes.
The Documents section will accept briefer texts -between 3 000 and 6 000 words- that present a new source, be this oral, written or other kinds, and explain their importance for musical research.
We accept reviews regarding books, CD/DVDs, and collections, among others. Reviews need to be 1 200 - 2 000 words. They should situate the publication in relation to existing literature. A brief synthesis of its contents is expected, but the review's main focus should be on providing an analytical and critical evaluation of the contribution of the reviewed object to its field.
The margins should be 3 cm on each side and 2.5 on the top and bottom. The body of the text should be in Times New Roman font, size 12, and 1.5 spacing. Footnotes should equally be in Times New Roman, but in size 10 and single-spaced. Block-quotes, more than 40 words in length, should be written in Times New Roman, size 11, 1.5 spacing, indentation of 1 cm on each side, 12 points of line spacing before and after and without quotation marks.
Images should be clearly labeled directly underneath, indicating the source and credits. Moreover, all necessary legal authorization for the image’s inclusion and reproduction is solely the responsibility of the author of the text submitted.
In addition, each image must be sent separately in JPEG format, in the highest resolution possible, with clear indications as to where in the text it is located. The minimal pixilation is 300 dpi.
All articles must include an abstract (maximum of 200-words) on the first page, outlining the article’s objectives, content and conclusions, both in the language in which it is written as well as in English. Similarly, articles must include 4 – 6 keywords both in the original language as well as in English. Authors must also send a brief 100-word CV in a separate attachment, once again in both languages (1). Album and book reviews, however, will not require abstracts, CVs or keywords.
Any reference to the author’s identity must be omitted from the article itself, in order to guarantee anonymity during the double-blind peer review process.
The author will have the chance to point out beforehand any possible conflict of interests in the context of peer review, so that designated persons are not considered as evaluators. Only well founded objections pertaining individuals, and not intitutions, will be accepted.
Lastly, authors must indicate what type of licensing terms they wish to apply to their submission. In the absence of said indication, the terms listed in the “intellectual property” section will be applied by default.
Instituto de Música de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Avda. Jaime Guzmán 3300-Campus Oriente.
Providencia, Santiago, Chile.
The bibliographical format used is that of the 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of style. In this sense, in-text cititations will follow the author-date system. For more detailed information, please consult the journal’s Editorial Guidelines, as well as the Chicago Manuel of Style, available online at: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html.