Modalities and Rules for the Papers submission

At registration, the author(s) must indicate the WG - Working Group in which he/she will present the paper and indicate the modality: Oral Communication or Poster/graduation.

Paper registration

The Thematic Symposia will a space for oral presentations of the research of master's and doctoral students, as well as master's and doctoral researchers in the field of History and other areas of knowledge that work with indigenous issues. Linked to the TS we will have presentation of posters for graduates and undergraduates.

General conditions for scientific work registration: oral communication

1. Author and co-author must be registered in the event.

2. Papers authors may register a maximum of 1 (one) paper, either as author or as co-author, unless the co-authors are supervisors of undergraduate and postgraduate students. Supervisors only need to register once, even if more than one student attends the event and chooses to be a co-author.

3. Supervisors who aren't listed as co-authors in the abstracts must note their institutional scope orientation in a footnote either in the abstracts or in the full texts, even if the papers have already been completed.

4. In the case of jointly authored papers, co-authors must register with the event according to their respective category.

5. Registration of papers signed by more than two authors isn't permitted.

Submission instructions

After registration and fee payment all attendees must submit the abstracts. After Scientific Committee approval each work will be placed in the appropriate TS. The paper and poster proposals will be published on the event website, initially in the form of a list of accepted papers. On the first day of the event, they will be available in the abstracts book. Only after confirmation of acceptance of the abstract should the full text be sent.

The proceedings with the full texts will also be available in digital form on the website one month after the end of the event, when it'll appear with the ISBN registration.

Norms for papers presentation

Papers must present results of scientific research and/or extension work on indigenous issues. In the case of extension work: field or classroom experiences conducted by professors, researchers, undergraduate and graduate students and other professionals. Papers should be submitted in the form of an abstract and, once approved, sent as a full text with the following details:

Abstracts formatings

The abstracts must contain the title in capital letters and in bold, followed by the name of the author and co-author, if any, underlined, the name of the speaker, the institution of origin, the funding, and the email. The text should be single-spaced and in font size 12, between 15 and 20 lines, with Word for Windows text editor, Time New Roman font, 3 cm margins, without quotations and references, justified, without paragraph, line spacing 1.0.

Formatting of the full paper

The complete works should have between 07 and 10 pages, including references, and should be structured as follows: a) Title: capital letter, bold, font (Times New Roman), size 12, aligned centrally; b) Name(s) of the author(s): right-justified, the name of the speaker(s) underlined. Example: LAST NAME, name; c) Institutional affiliation: university institution, education department, school or research institution to which the authors are affiliated. Right justified, not bold; abstract and 4 keywords d) Email: Right justified, not bold. Full papers must include introduction, development, concluding thoughts or conclusions and references that meet the standards of the ABNT. The font should be (Times New Roman), font size 12, A4 paper and 1.5 line spacing. Top margin: 3 cm; bottom margin: 2 cm; left margin: 3 cm; right margin: 2 cm. Citations in the text: Author, date and page.