Notes for Contributors
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Transtext(e)s Transcultures 跨文本跨文化 is a multilingual research journal. Authors can submit articles in Chinese, English or French and abstracts will be translated by the journal into the other two languages. The contributions should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For other means of submission please contact the editors. Authors’ postal and e-mail addresses as well as their telephone number should be provided when contacting the editors.
Articles should not normally exceed 10,000 words in length (including footnotes). Authors should provide an abstract of up to 150 words and include a brief biographical sketch. Articles are normally accepted in Word format only following guidelines provided below. Please note that the papers should specifically include footnotes. Papers differing in style and formatting will be subject to revision and resubmission by the author.
Body text Times New Roman, 12 pt, line spacing 1,5.
Footnotes Times New Roman, 10 pt, line spacing single (see below for examples on the reference system).
Title Times New Roman, 16 pt, bold.
Subheadings Times New Roman, 14 pt, bold.
Quotations Times New Roman, 10 pt, line spacing single. Quotations should be brought out with a line drop before and after, and with an 1,5 cm indentation on both sides.
Images, tables, figures and plates should be positioned in the text with typed captions. Please provide additional copies in separated files. The copies should be clear and of printable quality, preferably in black and white.
Walter D. Mignolo, The Darker Side of the Renaissance, Literacy, Territoriality and Colonization, Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan Press, 1995, p. 200.
Yves-Marie Allioux (dir.), Cent ans de pensée au Japon, tome 2, Arles, Philippe Picquier, 1996, p. 146.
Tang Tao 唐韬, Zhongguo xiandai wenxueshi 中国现代文学史 [Histoire de la littérature moderne chinoise], tome 2, Beijing, Renmin wenxue chubanshe, 1979, pp. 1-92.
Anne Cheng, « Modernité et invention de la tradition » in Yves Michaud (dir.), La Chine aujourd’hui, Paris, Odile Jacob, Université de tous les savoirs, 2003, p. 188.
Naoki Sakai, « Modernity and Its Critique: The Problem of Universalism and Particularism », South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 87, n°3, Summer 1988, pp. 475-504.
Zhang Yiwu 张颐武, Zhang Fa 张法, Wang Yichuan 王一川, « Cong ‘xiandaixing’ dao ‘zhonghuaxing’ : xin zhishixing de tanxun » 从’现代性’到’中华性’ 新知识性的探寻 [De la ‘modernité’ à la ‘sinicité’ : à la recherche d’une nouvelle forme de connaissance], Wenyi Zhengming, 1994 (2), 10-20.
The translating process corresponding to the journal’s multilingual approach should be made obvious: contributors are invited to include in their articles both the original quotations and their translations.
Words in Chinese characters can appear in the body text transcribed in the pinyin system.
Books for review should be sent to Gregory B. Lee [General Editor], Institut d’Etudes Transtextuelles et Transculturelles, 7 rue Chevreul, 69007 Lyon, France.