Send your manuscripts, suggestions, questions in e-mail to the Editor-in-Chief: Dr. habil. Péter H. Nagy, PhD. ( or to the Journal Manager: Dr. habil. Barnabás Vajda, PhD. (

Annual deadlines for handing in manuscripts:

Volume 1: February 10
Volume 2: May 20
Volume 3: August 20
Volume 4: November 10 

The assessment of manuscripts is based on the justification of the technical and quality criterias.

 Technical criterias of the manuscript:

  • EE prefers studies in English; but it also accepts manuscripts in Hungarian and Slovak and German language.
  • It is obligatory to insert an Abstract and Keywords in English to every scholarly study.
  • Manuscripts should be sent to the Editor-in-Chief’s e-mail address in editable electronic format. Texts should be in Word format, charts in Excel, pictures and photos as .jpg. The Author should hand in a plain text (in technical terms) as simple as possible, with a minimum of formatting. It means that the Author should avoid complicated formatting solutions, or full-capital-letter names, or special types of letters, etc.

 Quality criterias of the manuscript:

  • Scientific studies should be an original and research-based texts.
  • The theme of the study should fall within the scientific scope of the EE; it is favorable if there have been papers published in EE on a similar subject.
  • As to preferred literary genres, EE publishes scientific studies, debates, conference reports, book reviews, etc. mainly from the field of Social sciences, Education sciences, Linguistics, History, Ethnography, Sociology, etc.
  • The content, the references and the Bibliography of the studies should be up-to-date.
  • The text of the study should be well and clearly written, and should be easy to follow.
  • There should be new results in the paper (except review papers).
  • Scientific studies should have a potential to stimulate further research.

Manuscripts should be minimum 12 and maximum 20 pages [Times New Roman 12; cca 40 lines per page]. The manuscript should contain the following items, in the same order as given bellow:

  • title (also in English)
  • subtitle
  • Author’s name
  • English Abstract of 100 to 250 words;
  • English keywords (3-8)
  • main text of the study
  • Conclusions
  • Acknowledgment of financial or advisory support received
  • Author’s name, including: scientific titles; professional affiliation (e.g. University, etc.); postal address; e-mail address (as public personal information).

How to refer to primary sources and Bibliography references?

  • EE uses intertextual references; this means that bibliography references should be intertex references, e.g.: text text text (Bloom 1956: 15-16) text text text.
  • Footnotes are reserved for primary sources (e.g. archival or press or weblink) and for remarks loosely connected to the main theme.
  • A list of Bibliography/Literature should be listed at the end of the study.

Complete list of Bibliography/Literature should appear in alphabetical order in the following manner:


Author(s) full name (Year of Publication): Book title. Publisher, location.
Example: Kaplan, Karel (2005): Kronika komunistického Československa. Doba tání 1948-1956. Barrister & Principal, Praha.

Study in a Journal

Author’s full name (Year of Publication): Paper title. The title of the journal, Volume, Issue number, year, month, inclusive page numbers (pp.)

Example: Pešek, Jan: Maďarské udalosti roku 1956 a Slovensko. Historický časopis, 1993, č. 4. pp. 430-442.

Please check the “Editorial & Authorial Policy: rules of ethical publishing and review process” in the “Editorial Policy” section of this website.


(i)“Reviewer’s Assessment” sheet – Lektori vélemény – Posudok recezenta