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Instructions for authors:
The original studies are submitted electronically on sesit.redakce@gmail.com to the magazine's editors in the range of 15-25 papers (1800 characters including spaces) and in the DOC format. For reviews the number of pages is expected to be less.

A text must contain the following:

  • title of the study in Czech and English
  • English summary (approx. 1,500 characters), Czech summary if a text is submitted in a foreign language
  • at least four key words in Czech and English
  • the author's contact data (address, email, or website as the case may be)

Bibliography references:
Given in manner of the following samples:

Slavoj ŽIŽEK, The Horseshoe Above the Door. Prague: VVP AVU 2008.
Milan Kundera, "The Czech Fate." In: Václav HAVEL, On Human Identity, Prague: Rozmluvy 1989, pages 187-193.
Tomáš POSPISZYL, "Crossroads of Modernism." In: Czech Art 1939-1999, Programmes and Impulses. Prague: AVU Research Centre 1999, pages 21-26.
Jindřich CHALUPECKÝ, "The End of the Modern Age." Listy, year 1, 1946, issue 1, pages 1-23.
Martin ŠKABRAHA, "Sleep, My Son, Your Post-modern Dream…?" Britské listy http://www.blisty.cz/art/20510.html (cit. 19. 11. 2009).
Hotbeds of Rebirth, Czech Art 1956-63. (catalogue of exhibitions) Prague: City Gallery Prague 1994.
Jiří PŘIBÁŇ, "Art as Political An-aesthetics." In: Jiří David, Preliminary Retrospective. (Catalogue of exhibition) Brno: Moravian Gallery in Brno, 2009, pages 141-144.
Jiří DAVID, Home, combined techniques, canvas, National Gallery in Prague, 205 x 171 cm, photo: NG in Prague.
Zbyněk BALADRÁN, Work Process, 2004, video still, 2:42 min.

Second reference to the same work:
Name, Abbreviated title, page X. If a reference to the same work immediately follows, Ibid, p. X is given.

Contributions sent in cannot have already been reviewed in another magazine and must not concern a text printed elsewhere or its translation. Contributions are considered delivered if you receive confirmation of their reception. Send any questions by email to sesity(at)avu.cz.
Unsolicited manuscripts are not returned.


New number 16/2014 Notebook for art, theory and related zones

Published anthology of texts Czech and Slovak Architecture 1971-2011. Texts, Interviews, Documents

Public screening, Café Sladkovský: 8mm films by Jiří David

The He Who Laughs DVD was released.

The editorial board of The Notebook for Art, Theory and Related Zones is accepting essays and reviews for the upcoming first issue of 2014

A new programme from the VVP AVU videoarchive on-line at Artycok.tv

The AVU Research Center's on-line video-archive database
In May 2010 the AVU Research Centre's on-line video-archive database was launched as part of the i-datum contemporary art database.

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