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Instructions for authors

Submitting Guidelines


Papers must be submitted either in English or in French. The document you submit will contain the surname of the author.doc (popescu.doc)

All submitted manuscripts should be between 8 and 14-15 pages (8 minimum) 

Please use Microsoft Word for Windows to produce your document.

To format your document use A4 (210x297 mm). The settings of the page are 30 mm all margins (Top, Bottom, Left, Right).

The text (Times New Roman (TNR) font type, single spaced) will include the following parts:

-- Title TNR 18 Bold, Centered, space one time after

-- Surname(s) and Name(s) of the author(s) TNR 14 Normal Centered, space one time after

-- the word Abstract/ Resumé TNR 14 Bold, Left, space one time after

-- Abstract contents (100 -150 words); TNR 11 Normal, Left, space one time after

-- the word Keywords/Mots-clé: (TNR 11 Bold Left) , Left, ollowed by 3... 5 keywords (TNR 11 Italics), no dot in the end

Headings- TNR 14 Bold, Left, space one time after (As the article cannot exceed 15 pages, please do not number subheadings. The difference between subheadings 1 or 2 can be easily seen, since you are going to use different formats for them)

-- The main text:

Simple text- TNR 12 Normal, justified, start a new paragraph by indenting it 1 cm from the left margin.

For the articles in English, usethe ‘z' alternative, e.g., realize, systematize (but note: analyse, excise, exercise, supervise, where no alternative exists). Use premiss (as in logic), judgement, connection. Do not put accents on capital letters or assimilated words such as elite, role, etc. Avoid ligatures for diphthongs (aesthetic rather than æsthetic).

Quotations should be written between double quotation marks (in English "quotation", and in Romanian and French, „citat").The quotations within quotations will use ":they will be of the type ("with a whole theory of "I ams" [[...]).  

Omissions in the middle of quotations should be indicated thus [...]

For quotations longer than three lines, indent them 2 cms, and write the quotation with TNR 10 Normal, without quotation marks. For quotations longer than 6 lines, you are advised to ask for the author's/ printing house's permission.

References should be mentioned in the main text  (Zaborowski, 2010, 25).

If the author has two works published in the same year, mention (Derrida, 1999 a, 67), (Derrida, 1999 b, 56).

If the author has been identified, mention only the year and the page:  

Derrida took the case of the one who can live autonomously, free from the one who gave him his name in which "what returns" (1995, 13)

If both the author and the title of his work are mentioned in your text, mention only the page:

as Derrida was saying in "Pas", "in advance in(to) the pas-de-nom." (98)

When the language in which the quoted work is different from the language you are writing your article, and the translation is yours, mention it: (Manolescu, 2000, 56, my translation)

Quoted words and phrases should be in single quotation marks (double for quotations within quotations). If your sentence ends with a closing quotation mark, the full point goes inside the quotation mark only if you are quoting a complete sentence, such that the full point is in effect quoted from the original text. Otherwise final punctuation should come after the brackets containing the page reference.

Explanatory footnotes (which contain other data than bibliographical references) may be used in the text (TNR Normal 10 Justified).

Foreign words and phrases, or different concepts/notions/ examples other than quotations, titles of books and journals should be in italics.

Tablesmust be numbered consecutively. Table headings should be placed above the table (TNR 10 Bold); the contents of the table- TNR 10 Normal

Illustrationsmust be placed as close as possible to where they are mentioned in the main text. They must be numbered consecutively (e.g. Fig. 1, Fig. 2...) Bold, Centred with caption (TNR 10 normal) and should be placed underneath. All line drawings and photos should be in black and white.

For illustrations have in mind the copyright law, for photos, ask for the consent of the author.

 

When there is a corpus of texts, this must be mentioned separately from References, listed alphabetically(TNR 11 Normal) under the title Documentation Sources- (TNR 14 Bold, space one time after).

Authors must take into account the following situations:

-if these are parts of a published Romanian or foreign Corpus, they become part References, since they were already published, and they have an ISBN;

-if these are extracts from newspapers/ magazines/TV/radio shows/ conventions from different sites (eg. www.cdep.ro for the Parliament language), they become part of  Documentation Sources;

-if they are questionnaires, the text of the questionnaire must appear in an Annex, and its title must be mentioned also in Documentation Sources

-if they are recorded texts, transcribed by the author, they are included in Annex with the transcribing system that was adopted (if the system was already published, it is mentioned in References).

The wordReferences (for articles in English)/ Bibliographie(for articles in French) - TNR 14 Bold Left, space one time after.

The bibliography should be listed alphabetically (TNR 11 Normal Justified) and is automatically numbered, 1 cm indented from the left margin. After the last title in your References, space two times after.

The articles whose References are not compiled correctly will be rejected.

Titles of books will be italicised, and the titles of articles will be given between double quotation marks (in English "quotation", and in Romanian and French, „citat").

For published articles, at the end of your reference mention Print or Online.

The titles of books (articles) will be used in the language in which they were written. Do not translate titles in English or French. Do not translate names of publishing houses. The only recommended translation is Bucharest, respectively Bucarest (the place of publication). Each item in your Reference section should end with a dot.

When an author has more titles in your Reference section, they appear in chronological order. When he published more books in the same year, they are differentiated as follows 1999 a, 1999 b, 1999 c, their order being the alphabetical order of their titles.

 

1.             Derrida, Jacques. On the Name. Thomas Dutoit (ed.). Stanford: Stanford University Press. 1995 a.

2.             Derrida, "Passions: An Oblique Offering". In On the Name. Thomas Dutoit (ed.). Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1995 b. 3-34.

3.             Derrida, Jacques. Points. Elizabeth Weber (ed.). Peggy Kamuff and others(trans.). Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1995 c.

 


Zaborowski, Robert. "From Thumos to Emotion and Feeling. Some Observations on the Passivity and Activity of Affectivity". In History & Philosophy of Psychology, vol. 12, 1(2010). 1-25. Print.


Kluback, William, Finkenthal,Michael. The Temptations of Emil Cioran. New York: Peter Lang, 1997.

 

Blanchot, Maurice. Death Sentence. Lydia Davis (trans.). Barrytown, New York: Station Hill Press, 1988.

 

Blanchot, Maurice. The Work of Fire. Charlotte Mandell (trans.). Werner Hamacher, David E. Wellbery (eds.). Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1997.


Electronic sources will appear as follows:


http://news.bbc.co.uk/, consulted 7 April 2010.

For other situations, check Humanities. Research and Documentation Online 5th Edition

(http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/resdoc5e/RES5e_ch08_s1-0011.html)

 

The titlein Romanian (TNR 18 Bold, space one time after)

The abstract in Romanian (100-150 words) TNR 11 Normal, Justified) should be placed at end of the paper.

The articles that do not contain diacritics in Romanian will be rejected.

Foreign contributors' titles and abstracts in Romanian will be processed by the editorial board.

Authors are solely responsible for the accuracy of the data provided in their texts and will be asked to sign that their article is original and the result of their individual scientific approach on a theme and that the manuscript is not under consideration for a publication elsewhere.

The authors must be aware of the latest developments in the researched topic, otherwise their article could be rejected.

The rejected papers are not returned to the author.

Essays will be read by two member of the board of reviewers (out of which at least one is an external) through a peer-review system and articles may be either rejected or subjected to revisions. All submissions must therefore bear the name and the e-mail address of the author to whom proofs should be sent. The editor is in charge of keeping both the name of the author (authors) and the name of the reviewer anonymous throughout the peer-review process.

 

Odată cu articolul, autorii sunt rugaţi să trimită şi un scurt Bio care să conţină afilierea sa, domeniile de cercetare studiate şi principalele sale publicaţii.

Authors are also asked to provide a short Bio for the Notes on Contributors, which should include any institutional affiliation as well as a few lines on their main publications and their area of research.

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  • Revistă: Word and Text- A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics
  • Editură Editura Universitatii Petrol-Gaze din Ploiesti
  • Redactor şef Laurent Milesi
  • ISSN 2069-9271
  • eISSN 2247 – 9163
  • Data ultimului număr 30 Iun 2011
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CALL FOR PAPERS 1/2012

POSTCOMMUNISM- POSTCOLONIALISM'S OTHER

If Postcommunism designates the period of political and economic transition from communism to democracy after the dramatic events of 1989 (the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Velvet Revolution in Prague and the Romanian revolution, to name but a few) period which was dominated by the rejection of Soviet communism legacies and associated institutions, symbols, vocabularies, socialist realism, postcolonialism is rooted in capitalist ideology.

Despite Derrida's timely Specters of Marx and the spate of critical activity that it generated, as well as Stéphane Courtois' The Black Book of Communism, whose responses varied from highly enthusiastic support to bitter criticism, and Eric Hobsbawn's or Vladimir Tismăneanu's accounts on an epoch that was to leave permanent traces in world history, out of all post's, postcommunism as such has not received the theoretical attention it would have otherwise deserved. Meant to go beyond communism's blurring of all differences and equalitarianism, postcommunism attempted to meet postcolonialism in precisely that point where it (de)constructs the Other through a politics of difference. Postcommunist countries felt both European and in the periphery of it and have been aware of having awaken to capitalism somewhat too lateand somewhat embedded in a reservoir of what the Westerners perceive as lacks of civilization.

This issue invites contributions on considering postcommunism postcolonialism's other, extending the concept of 'otherness' from the strictly philosophical meaning conceived by Hegel in his famous parable of the master-slave dialectic, and later made much more popular by Levinas' "infinite other" or Lacan's articulating the other with symbolic order to othering as the unconscious (Freud), the silent, the unsaid, insanity (Blanchot) to the political, social, cultural other, the other of language.

Prompting contributors to engage their own colonized otherness, the issue seeks contributions that will broaden our understanding of cultures of post-Communist societies through a variety of cultural and literary theories that proved to be of particular relevance to the study of the contemporary age (post-modernism, post-colonial theory, diaspora and globalisation.) The issue will attempt to rekindle the militant relevance and political involvement of cultural studies in the new context of postcommunist Europe from a range of perspectives that include (but are not limited to):

·           Marginalized cultures

·           Cultures of lies

·           Looking Westwards since 1989

·           Tradition, nostalgia and belated communism in post 1989 national identities

·           Cultural Diaspora and de-territorialization

·           Cultural contradictions of post-communism

·           Derrida's Reflections on Post1989 Europe (The Other Heading)

·           Postcommunist literatures

·           The emergence of new linguistic and discursive paradigms

·           Postcommunism in translation

·           Postcommunism in the West: around Le retour de Marx

We welcome interdisciplinary approaches, ranging across critical theory, literary studies, cultural studies, general and applied linguistics as well as other disciplines in the humanities. Contributors are advised to follow the journal's submission guidelines and stylesheet. The deadline for article submissions is 15 April 2012. The articles should be sent to as attachments to: wordandtext2011@gmail.com. All submitted articles will be peer-reviewed. Accepted articles will be returned for post-review revisions by 1 May and are expected back in their final version by 7 May.

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Word and Text

A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics (ISSN 2069-9271), formerly entitled Buletinul Universităţii Petrol-Gaze din Ploieşti, Seria Filologie, is a bi-annual peer-reviewed international journal in critical theory and linguistics. It publishes essays and reviews in English and French which explore general critical theory and its application to literature, as well as general and applied linguistics. Word and Text - A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics publishes critical work by established scholars and postgraduates ranging across critical theory, literary criticism and cultural studies, general and applied linguistics.

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Our former editor-in-chief, Gabriela Duda, stepped down in July 2011 and our new editor-in-chief is Laurent Milesi, Cardiff University. Our former editor-in-chief, Gabriela Duda, stepped down in July 2011 and our new editor-in-chief is Laurent Milesi, Cardiff University.

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