You are invited to submit proposals for the second special issue of European Drama and Performance Studies.
All special issues are published by the Editions Classiques Garnier. (http://www.classiques-garnier.com/editions/)
How to submit a proposal for a special issue published by the Editions Classiques Garnier?
You should prepare:
- a cover letter including your contact details
- a proposal including:
1. the proposed title of the special issue;
2. a summary of the topic area to be focused upon;
3. a justification of its relevance and, if applicable, its origin (e.g. proceedings of a conference);
4. the potential editor or co-editors;
5. the potential authors OR the list of the contributions and authors (abstracts of 250 words included);
6. the name of two potential peer-reviewers;
7. a timetable: call for papers (if applicable); review of articles; editing and proofreading.
If the proposal is accepted, editor(s) will be responsible for:
- preparing the call for papers (if applicable);
- getting submissions, arranging the review process, making decisions relating to the quality of the issue;
- providing all authors’ contact information;
- carrying out all correspondence with the contributors;
- updating the editor of EDPS on the progress of the special issue;
- providing and sending the completed and approved final versions of the articles formatted in the EDPS’s style (especially footnotes and bibliography);
- writing a one-page presentation to be put online on the Frenchmag (www.thefrenchmag.com);
- publicizing the special issue broadly to various mailing lists and sites.
Instructions and guidelines to editors/ contributors will be sent via email (they will follow the Editions Classiques Garnier's conventions)
EDPS publishes articles relating to any period. Articles which emphasize historical, cultural, practical, or literary aspects or which feature interdisciplinary or comparative subjects are particularly welcome. The journal encourages articles focusing on primary sources or barely known documents, as well as those that apply theoretical and critical approaches. Articles can be submitted either in French or English. A special issue will include eight to twelve contributions.
The general editor is Dr Sabine Chaouche (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you have any queries, please contact her.