CFP: Canadian Queer Studies (journal)

full name / name of organization: 
Rachel Warburton
contact email: 
rachel.warburton@ualberta.ca

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*torquere*

Journal of the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Studies Association / Revue de la
Soci^?t^? canadienne des ^?tudes lesbiennes et gaies

Call for Submissions

Issues 2 (2000) and 3 (2001)

torquere warmly invites submissions of completed scholarly papers or
creative writing to be published in our forthcoming issues

Aims and Scope

torquere seeks to publicize scholarly and creative work on topics
concerning queer aspects of Canada and its social, political, material,
and textual culture, or on queer topics outside Canadian Studies by
scholars conducting queer research in Canada. We welcome a diversity of
approaches from a wide spectrum of areas ^V from Sociology, History,
Political Science, Anthropology, Education, the Sciences, Business, Law,
English, French, Modern Language Studies, Cultural Studies, Native
Studies, Women's Studies, Philosophy, Drama, Film and Media Studies,
Religious Studies, Religion, Music and the Fine Arts. torquere also
welcomes previously unpublished creative writing and visual art by and
about Canadian queer, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people. We
are particularly interested in work that seeks to play with conventional
forms and genres in ways that are innovative and challenging.

Information for Contributors

Submissions may be written in English or French. Please send scholarly
submissions in triplicate to the editor (John L. Plews, Editor, torquere,
Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, 200 Arts, University
of Alberta, Edmonton AB, Canada T6G 2E6 / e-mail: jplews_at_ualberta.ca).
Essays should follow the MLA format outlined in the MLA Handbook for
Writers of Research Papers (Fifth Edition). We require footnotes, not
endnotes. Preference will be given to manuscripts between 15 and 25 pages.
Please send creative submissions ^V poetry, short prose, photography,
cartoons ^V in triplicate to John L. Plews, Editor, torquere, Department
of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, 200 Arts, University of Alberta,
Edmonton AB, Canada T6G 2E6 / e-mail: jplews_at_ualberta.ca). Creative
submissions must not exceed 12 pages. Manuscripts should not have been
published previously. Authors of accepted manuscripts will be expected to
forward a copy of their work saved to disk (WordPerfect 8 or 9, IBM
formatted) along with one hard copy. Because all submissions are refereed
blind, please include a cover note giving your name, address, telephone
and fax numbers, email address, and the title of your work. Please include
an SASE.

Subscription Information

torquere is published annually. Members of the CLGSA receive torquere with
their membership. Subscription rates are as follows: $40.00 (CDN) per year
for regular members; $20.00 (CDN) per year for students; $75.00 (CDN) per
year for institutions. For more information about membership with the
CLGSA please contact the association's treasurer (Robert W. Gray,
Secretary/Treasurer, CLGSA/SCELG, 354-1755 Robson Street, Vancouver BC,
Canada V6G-2B7 / e-mail: rwgray_at_ualberta.ca). torquere is a member of
CELJ, the Conference of Editors of Learned Journals, and CALJ, the
Canadian Association of Learned Journals. torquere is also able to offer
reasonable advertising rates.

John L. Plews (University of Alberta)

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