Theatre Research in Canada / Recherches théâtrales au Canada has been the “go-to” publication for scholarship on Canadian theatre and performance for over three decades. In that time, our award-winning articles have helped shape the field of Canadian theatre studies, and we continue to mark-out new territories with upcoming special topics issues on Marie Clements, Michel Tremblay, and Intermediality in theatre. One of the hallmarks of the journal is that we also continue to publish non-themed issues highlighting the diversity of scholarship in our field submitted by individuals on any number of topics.
This message is a reminder and an invitation to consider sending your article-length pieces to TRIC/RTAC for consideration. The time-line for articles accepted for publication right now is less than two years from submission to print. We encourage excellent research from both established and emerging scholars on any topic related to theatre or performance in Canada. For our Forum Section we consider position papers, commentary on issues of significance to the journal=s mandate, information about new and old projects, and research notes.
Articles should be in the range of 5000 words and presented in MLA format; Forum submissions are usually much shorter. You can send your submissions directly to the TRIC/RTAC office via email attachment to email@example.com. See our website (http://www.lib.unb.ca/Texts/TRIC/) or a copy of a recent issue of the journal for additional information.
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