Peter Limb and Jean-Marie Volet
A CALL FOR PAPERS
This issue of Mots Pluriels, planned for the year 2000, will focus on continuity and change in Africa and the wider world. Scholars of all disciplines are invited to discuss themes or key areas within the context of their particular field. The focus of the issue will thus be both specific in terms of the framework of discussion, and diverse in terms of the range of issues covered. Articles should be based on exploratory studies or scholarly analyses illustrating the contributor's position. The articles will be refereed.
In order to achieve both homogeneity and meaningful diversity, contributors are requested to follow the following guidelines:
--- One introductory paragraph of about 2-300 words should tie the article to current scholarship, explicate the problem, outline the issue and establish its importance for the years to come.
--- The article (of no more than 3500 words) should discuss the background of the issue, and its relevance on the basis of one or more specific examples/studies/analyses.
--- The title of the piece should express clearly the main issue explored in the paper.
--- Articles may be written in French or English.
--- Please add a short bio/bibliography (5 or 6 lines) of the author of the article mentioning affiliation, teaching activities and latest publications (3 or 4).
As has been the case with previous issues of "MOTS PLURIELS", things African are proposed as a focal point to investigation of the issues, but articles dealing with the theme as it is perceived elsewhere may be considered as they may widen the scope of the discussion and extend readers' reflections.
Deadline for submission : November 28, 1999
For more information, please write to the editors:
Dr. Jean-Marie Volet. The University of Western Australia. Department of French Studies. Fax: (61) 8 6488 1182. Email: [email protected]
Dr Peter Limb. The University of Western Australia. Email: [email protected]
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