The Société d'Étude des Pays du Commonwealth / Society for the Study of Commonwealth Countries publishes two issues of Commonwealth Essays and Studies per year. The current annual subscription of 28 euros (35 for institutions) covers both issues as well as shipping costs (16 euros each [20 institutional rate] + shipping if purchased separately). The full subscription of 40 euros (50 for institutions) combines the two annual literature-oriented issues of Commonwealth Essays and Studies with the current issue of the civilisation-oriented Cultures of the Commonwealth. A separate subscription for Cultures of the Commonwealth (one issue per year) is 15 euros (18 for institutions). (See "orders and subscriptions".) A printable subscription form is available here [DOCX - 83 Ko].
Commonwealth Essays and Studies is a peer-reviewed journal of criticism devoted to the study of postcolonial literatures, in all periods and genres. We welcome submissions of articles, interviews, and reviews on literary topics relating to any area of the New Literatures in English. Translations are to be provided for citations in languages other than English. Submissions, which should not exceed 6000 words or 36000 signs (including explanatory notes and Works Cited), should follow MLA guidelines for format (see The MLA Handbook, fifth edition, and our own stylesheet below).
Please submit one electronic copy by e-mail attachment to <firstname.lastname@example.org>, and two hard copies of your essay, double-spaced, in 11-point font size, to Claire Omhovère, Editor, Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 1473 rue de Las Sorbes, 34070 Montpellier.
Submissions should include a short abstract of your essay (50-70 words). A brief bio-bibliographical note (50-70 words) is to be provided separately, along with name, affiliation, student standing (if applicable), as well as postal address, fax number, and e-mail address. Decisions regarding submissions can be expected by e-mail. All works accepted for publication must be available in electronic format.
mise à jour le 2 septembre 2016