Kyoto Working Papers Format and Style
(for English language manuscripts)
1. Page format
・Use A4 size
・39 lines per page
・For margins, please follow the template
aaUse Times New Roman. Main text =12pt; footnote (endnote) and bibliography=10pt.
3. Note on the manuscript
aaIf there is a note regarding the entire paper, put an asterisk * at the end of the title and make it a footnote.
4. Authors’ affiliation
aaPut an asterisk (or double asterisk if you have an asterisk on the title) at the end of the authors’ names, for a AAfootnote indicating affiliation, position and contact (e-mail address).
aaAll headings and subheadings should be on the left margin. Main heading, leave one line above and below, for AAsecondary heading, leave one line above.
aaFirst line of a paragraph should not be indented, but leave one line between paragraphs.
7. For reference style, choose one of two styles:
A. All references will be listed at the end of the paper in a reference list. Citations in the text should simply AAindicate author, year of publication, and relevant pages.
Within text: Cushman (1991: 28) or (Cushman 1991: 28)
List at the end: Cushman, Jennifer Wayne. 1991. Family and State: The Formation of a Sino-Thai Tin-mining Dynasty 1797-1932. Singapore: Oxford University Press.
B. References are given in footnotes. In this case it is up to the author whether to also have a list of references at AAthe end of the paper or not.
Jennifer W. Cushman, Family and State: The Formation of a Sino-Thai Tin-mining Dynasty 1797-1932, Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1991, p.28.
8. For reference style, choose one of two styles:
aaThe style for the reference list is free, except for items listed below.
1) Italicize book titles and journal titles: Titles of articles in journals, collected papers and book chapters should AAAabe in roman.
2) Order of reference list
A. Lists at the end of a paper.
aaaIn principle, put authors’ names in the order of surname and given name, and list them by the alphabetical \\\order of surnames.
aaaFor each item, list a. author name, b. year of publication, c. title of article, title of book or journal, d. place of \\\publication. (page numbers can be either of after the place of publication. Place of publication unnecessary \\\in the case of journals)
Grandstaff, Terry. 1979. The Hmong Opium and the Haw: Speculation of the Origin of Their Association. Journal of Siam Society 67(2): 70-79.
Wyatt, David K. 1994. Family Politics of Seventeenth- and Eighteenth Century Siam. In David. K. Wyatt ed. Studies in Thai History. Chiang Mai: Silkworm, pp. 98-103.
Wyatt, David K. 1994. Family Politics of Seventeenth- and Eighteenth Century Siam. In Studies in Thai History. edited by David. K. Wyatt. pp.98-103. Chiang Mai: Silkworm.
B. References in footnotes
///a. Author (surname and given name), b. title of article, title of book or journal, c. place of publication,
// d. year of publication, e. page
Terry Grandstaff, “The Hmong Opium and the Haw: Speculation of the Origin of Their Association,” Journal of Siam Society 67(2), 1979, pp.70-79.
David K. Wyatt, “Family Politics of Seventeenth- and Eighteenth Century Siam,” in David. K. Wyatt ed., Studies in Thai History, Chiang Mai: Silkworm, 1994, pp. 98-103.
9. Figures, charts and photographs
aaFigures, charts and photographs must all be printable. The author can decide either to place them in the main AAtext or all together at the end. Put captions on all.
aaaQuotations longer than six lines should be separated from the text by a line, and indented.
////Quotation marks are not necessary.
aaaWhen using an acronym, indicate the proper name at first appearance.
aaae.g. United Malays’ National Organization (UMNO)
aaaForeign words other than proper nouns must be italicized.
aaae.g. muang, sawah, ulama
aaacf. Gawai Dayak, Federation of Free Fa