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CASLL-L June 2007

Subject:

Rhetor, Vol 3: Call for Papers

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Philippa Spoel <[log in to unmask]>

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Sat, 2 Jun 2007 11:56:05 -0400

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
 
Rhetor: Journal of the Canadian Society for the Study of Rhetoric
invites submissions for
its third volume, slated for publication in 2009.
 
Rhetor is a refereed on-line journal published biannually by the
Canadian Society for the
Study of Rhetoric. The first two volumes (2004, 2007) of this new
journal in the field of
rhetorical studies are accessible free at <www.cssr-scer.ca>.
 
As a scholarly association, the Canadian Society for the Study of
Rhetoric is committed to
exploring the dynamic diversity and disciplinary intersections that
characterize rhetorical
studies in Canada and internationally. In keeping with this spirit, we
invite submissions for
the third volume of Rhetor from scholars in diverse disciplines whose
work addresses
rhetorical theory, practice, history, or criticism from a broad range
of perspectives. For a
sense of Rhetor's inter-disciplinary and multi-perspectival nature,
please refer to the
published volume.
 
We welcome articles in either English or French. All articles must be
formatted according
to MLA guidelines and must not exceed 6,000 words. Please submit two
hard copies as
well as an electronic file in Word format. Include a separate cover
page with the author(s)
name(s), affiliation(s), and contact information including email
address(es). Do not include
names or other identifying information in the article itself.
 
Submission deadline:  September 1, 2007
 
Send submissions to:
 
Sylvain Rheault
Editor, Rhetor
Department of French
University of Regina
Regina (SK) S4S 0A2
 
Electronic Word files should be sent as attachments to:
[log in to unmask] 
 
For further information, contact Sylvain Rheault at
[log in to unmask] or 306-585-
4317.
 
 
=============================================================
Stylesheet
MLA Style Guide, 6th ed.
Canadian Oxford Dictionary, 2nd ed.
 
Manuscript style: 
* Font: 12 point Times New Roman 
* Margins: 1 inch all around
* Paragraphs: indented, with no blank lines between paragraphs
* Abstracts: none
* Documentation: in-text author-page parenthetical references
according
to MLA format,
and a Works Cited at the end
* Footnotes, not endnotes: 
- use footnotes only for explanation or elaboration, and never for
documentation. 
- texts cited in the notes should be listed in the bibliography, and
documented in the notes
only with author-page parenthetical citations, just as in the body of
the paper (Gibaldi 45)
- note number should be a small superscript Arabic numeral (e.g., 1,
2,
3 ...)
- use 10 pt Times New Roman font for the notes themselves
* Justification: left only; turn off right justification
* Page numbers bottom right, Arabic (e.g., 1, 2, 3, *)
* Italics: for book and journal titles, emphasis, foreign words, terms
the first time they*re
used
 
Headers:
* Article titles: 14 pt Times New Roman bold, centred, capitalized
title case
- author name, 12 pt Times New Roman, bold, right justified
- university affiliation, 12 pt Times New Roman, no bold, right
justified
* Section header, level 1: 12 pt Times New Roman, bold, left
justified,
capitalized title case
* Section header, level 2: 12 pt Times New Roman, bold, italicized,
left justified, capitalized
sentence case
 
Quotations:
* double quotation marks around quotations, and singles for quotations
inside double
quotation marks
* block quotations over 4 lines: double-space, indent only the left
side by 2.5 cm and use
10 pt Times New Roman font; parenthetical reference goes after
terminal
punctuation in
block quotations
* run in quotations 4 lines and under; parenthetical reference goes
before terminal
punctuation, but outside quotation marks
 
Capitalization: 
* Title case: capitalize first word in title and subtitle, and all
words except coordinating
conjunctions, articles, and prepositions
* Sentence case: capitalize first word only
 
Punctuation: 
* Serial commas
* Periods and commas inside quotation marks; semicolons and colons
outside
* Quotation marks: doubles around quotations and article titles;
singles only for quotations
inside double quotation marks
* Emdashes set close-like this (in MS Word, make an emdash with ctrl +
alt + minus sign
from number pad)
* Ellipses set wide * like that
 
Spelling: 
Canadian spelling: honour, neighbour, analyze, realize, travelled,
benefitting, centre,
judgement, cooperation
For compounds and hyphenation, consult Canadian Oxford Dictionary, 2nd
ed.
 
Numbers:
* page ranges: 1-10, 56-59, 301-305, 310-19
* write out numbers in text up to one hundred
* date ranges: 2000-2007, 1989-1990
* centuries written out: nineteenth century

Sylvain Rheault
Department of French
University of Regina
3737 Wascana Parkway
Regina (SK) S4S 0A2
Téléphone: 306-585-4317
Télécopie: 306-585-4827
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