The Revue CMC Review is a bilingual online open-access journal published through York University.
The Revue CMC Review welcomes electronic submissions of interdisciplinary articles in English or in French focusing on the countries of the Mediterranean, and specifically on the relations between the north and south shores of the Mediterranean, with emphasis on North Africa. The journal is humanistic, and is receptive to articles on literature, the arts, and culture. Scholarly articles should be in Word, Times New Roman 12 point, double-spaced. The Revue also publishes creative works and book reviews. Submissions should include a brief (50-word) biobibliography. Articles and reviews must use the documentation described in the MLA Handbook, with parenthetic page references and a List of Works Cited at the end. Examples are given below.
SIMPLIFIED VERSION OF MLA STYLE
Purely documentary references (that is, page references) should appear parenthetically in the text:
The period appears after the page number, and "p" or "pp." should be eliminated.
If the source is not clear, cite the author:
or an abbreviation for the title if you are citing more than one text by the same author:
(Bouraoui, Thyna 12).
Footnotes are only used for substantive commentaries.
List of Works Cited
This list appears at the end of the article or of the book. The list is in alphabetical order, by the author's last name (or the book title is there is no author named). If there is more than one work by the same author, do not repeat the author's name - indicate by a line (an underline).
N.B. Separate the volume and the page number by a colon (e.g., 2: 187 for volume 2, page 187).
There is no comma between the title of a journal and the volume number (e.g., Présence Francophone 2).
For more information please see the MLA Handbook (or a North American Model).
Hédi Bouraoui, York University, Toronto – Founding Member, CMC
Elizabeth Sabiston, York University, Toronto
Robert J. Drummond, York University, Toronto
Simona Pruteanu, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo
Allan Weiss, York University, Toronto
Ginette Adamson, Wichita State University, U.S.A.
Abderrahman Beggar, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo
Denise Brahimi, Sorbonne, Paris
Nicola D’Ambrosio, University of Bari, Italy
Rafik Darragi, University of Tunis, Tunisia
Rosa De Diego, Université du Pays Basque, Spain
Vicky Drummond, York University, Toronto
Kay Li, York University, Toronto
Nina Lichtenstein, Brandeis University, U.S.A.
Françoise Naudillon, Concordia University, Montréal
Sergio Villani, York University, Toronto
Georges Chapouthier, CNRS, Paris, France
Lesley Beagrie, York University, Toronto