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Journal of 17th Century French Studies (fwd) BOURASSA ANDRE G
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Date: Tue, 14 Feb 1995 09:12:13 -0500
From: Benoit Melancon <melancon@ERE.UMontreal.CA>
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Subject: Journal of 17th Century French Studies (fwd)
From--Francis Assaf, Professor of French, University of Georgia
Date--13 Feb 95
CAHIERS DU DIX-SEPTIEME, AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF FRENCH 17TH CENTURY
STUDIES INVITES SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS
EDITOR: FRANCIS ASSAF
UNIV. OF GEORGIA
ATHENS, GA 30602
(All manuscripts submitted are "double-blind" refereed)
An interdisciplinary journal, Cahiers du Dix-septieme recognizes and welcomes
its contributors' diversity of backgrounds.
The Editor would like all submissions to be uniform regarding
style, so please consult for detailed guidelines before submitting
manuscripts. Below are some general guidelines.
1. Cahiers du Dix-septieme endorses the MLA Style Manual (1985) and the MLA
Style Handbook, second edition (1984). Editions of either can be purchased from
the Treasurer of the MLA, 10 Astor Place, New York, NY 10003, or from your
institution's bookstore (if located in the US or Canada). Authors are
expected to follow the directions of these manuals exactly. The Editor
also wishes to emphasize the following points:
2. Cahiers du Dix-septieme adheres to a policy of "blind" submissions:
readers will not know the identity of the authors whose manuscripts they
evaluate. Authors must therefore omit anything which would allow their
identification,especially when referring to their previous publications.
Manuscripts shall be prefaced by a page bearing the author's name,
address, and institution, as well as the title of the work.
3. The normal maximum for articles, including notes and works cited, is 5500
words. Assuming 275 words per page, doublespace, 10-point type, 60 characters
per line, the page maximum would then be 20.
4. Contributions are either in English or in French. Authors are strongly
encouraged to use the language in which they feel the most comfortable
writing. Unless they are in common everyday use, words or expressions which
are foreign to the article's language must be underlined, or italicized
in the case of computer output.
For further Manuscript Submission Guidelines, contact:
Francis Assaf, Professor of French
Romance Languages, the University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602 -- USA
(706) 542-3164 -- FAX: (706) 542-3287