Note to Contributors
Quebec Studies publishes articles dealing with all aspects of Quebec society
and Francophone Canadian culture. The editors of Quebec Studies welcome
interpretive or theoretical essays, book reviews, and interviews in all fields
of the humanities and social sciences. Interdisciplinary essays are particuÂ
larly encouraged. Issues devoted in part to a single topic or major cultural
figure will appear regularly.
Articles may be in English or French. Submissions should be 20 - 35 pages
in length, including endnotes, typed double-spaced. When submitting an
essay, a separate page should include the manuscript title and the author's
name and address. In order to assure anonymity during the review proÂ
cess, the author's name should not appear on the manuscript. Submissions
should be made electronically as an attachment. If a mail submission is preÂ
ferred, please send three copies of the manuscript. Only manuscripts acÂ
companied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope will be returned, should
we decline to publish a submission. If the manuscript is accepted for pubÂ
lication, an electronic copy will be required. Authors should use Microsoft
Word or Word Perfect. Contributors to Quebec Studies will also be asked to
provide a short biographical note.
A list of Works Cited (Ouvrages citÃ©s) should follow the article and endnotes,
listing all works cited or explicitly referred to by the author. A Bibliography
(Ouvrages consultÃ©s) of additional works consulted by the author may also
follow, but these must be related directly to the article, and not of a general
nature. Endnotes that merely identify the source of a citation are to be
avoided, since such identification is to be done parenthetically in the main
body of the text. Whether the essay is written in English or French, Quebec
Studies requires that commas and periods be inside quotation marks. ArtiÂ
cles returned to contributors for revision will be accompanied by a Style
Sheet. It is the responsibility of the contributor to adhere scrupulously to the
Style Sheet when preparing a final version of the manuscript. Deviations
from this citational style are allowed only for social science articles and
should be restricted to patterns set forth in The Chicago Manual of Style.
Manuscripts in the humanities should be addressed to the editor, Emile J.
Talbot, University of Illinois, Department of French, 707 S. Mathews Ave.,
Urbana, IL 61801 (ejtaIbot@uiuc.edu). Manuscripts in the social sciences
should be sent to the associate editor, Kevin J. Christiano, University of
Notre Dame, Department of Sociology, 443 Decio Faculty Hall, Notre Dame,
IN 46556-5654 (Kevin.J.Christiano.firstname.lastname@example.org). Advertising, requests for
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State University, 133 Court Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901 (email@example.com).