Florilegium invites submissions (written in English or French) on any topic pertaining to Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Submissions for the upcoming special issue on Medieval Translation: Theory and Practice are especially welcome and will be considered until the volume is complete.
Papers may examine topics such as the following:
• medieval translation(s) of Latin texts into any of the medieval vernaculars
• translation(s) from one vernacular into another
• translation and adaptation
• both medieval and modern theoretical discussions of translation
• the translator as author
• the cultural politics of translation
• translation as cultural exchange
• the movement of texts (and ideas) between cultures.
Submissions on other topics are also welcome and will be considered for another volume.
Submissions are refereed in a double-blind review process by international specialists and must therefore not contain any self-references or other details identifying the author. Papers must not be published or submitted elsewhere.
Manuscripts should normally not exceed 8,000-9,000 words (including footnotes and final bibliography) and should be formatted according to Chicago style. Footnotes should be kept as spare as possible. All submissions are acknowledged. Please include both email and postal addresses in the cover note. For additional information, please visit Florilegium’s website at http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/flor
Source: Christa Canitz (Editor, Florilegium)