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Call for papers: Refuge

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Dear all,

***La version francaise suit***

REFUGE: General Call for Papers

REFUGE is a leading peer reviewed journal on forced migration published 
in Canada. It provides analytical and reflective articles from a wide 
range of local and international perspectives, as well as disciplinary 
approaches of relevance to academics, policy-makers and practitioners. 
REFUGE’s mandate is to encourage debates and critical reflection on 
forced migration issues by engaging in discussions of emerging and 
ongoing themes.

For its first issue under its new Editor-in-Chief (vol. 27, no. 1), 
REFUGE welcomes all submissions that relate to forced migration. 
Although the issue will include papers dealing with a variety of topics, 
submissions regarding Canada’s recent attempt to reform its asylum 
system and the humanitarian response to the recent earthquake in Haiti 
are particularly welcome.

Papers may be submitted either in English or French and will be 
published in the language of submission. They should generally not 
exceed 7500 words, or 30 double-spaced pages, and must be typed and 
submitted in electronic form. All submissions are subject to a 
double-blind peer review process by independent experts. Shorter papers, 
including commentaries and book reviews, are also welcome. REFUGE 
adheres to the Chicago Manual of Style for social science papers and to 
the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation for papers in the legal 
discipline (see style sheet at http://www.yorku.ca/refuge for details). 
Papers must be prepared with full citation endnotes rather than with a 
bibliography. Papers should include an abstract of approximately 100-150 
words, highlighting the central arguments and/or findings of the paper. 
Papers should also include 1-2 sentences indicating institutional 
affiliation. Comme indiqué ci-dessus, nous publions également des 
articles en français. Le format doit être conforme aux normes exigées 
pour les articles rédigés en anglais.

Submission Deadline: October 29, 2010

For further information, please contact:

Prof. Michael Barutciski
Editor-in-Chief
REFUGE

c/o Centre for Refugee Studies

York Research Tower, York University
4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada  M3J 1P3
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http://www.yorku.ca/refuge

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-- 
Refuge, Canada's Periodical on Refugees
Michael Barutciski , Editor- in-Chief
Negin Dahya, Senior Editorial Assistant
Lorenzo Vargas, Junior Editorial Assistant
Email: [log in to unmask]
Web: http://www.yorku.ca/refuge

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REFUGE: Appel général à contributions

REFUGE est une revue internationale publiée au Canada deux fois par an. 
Elle présente des articles analytiques qui reflètent des perspectives 
locales et internationales, ainsi que différentes approches 
disciplinaires pertinentes pour les chercheurs, les décideurs politiques 
et les praticiens. La revue et son comité de lecture ont pour mandat 
d’encourager le débat et l’analyse critique sur les sujets liés aux 
migrations forcées, ainsi que de promouvoir la discussion sur la théorie 
et les thèmes d’actualité.

Pour le premier numéro sous la direction de son nouveau rédacteur en 
chef (vol. 27, n°1), REFUGE sollicite des contributions traitant des 
migrations forcées sous ses multiples formes. Bien que le numéro 
présentera des articles traitant de plusieurs sujets, la rédaction 
invite aussi des contributions concernant la réforme récente du système 
d’asile au Canada et la réponse internationale au séisme en Haïti.

Les contributions peuvent être en français ou en anglais et seront 
publiées dans la langue originale. Elles doivent être en format 
électronique (dactylographiées à double-interligne) et ne doivent pas 
excéder 30 pages ou 7500 mots. Chaque texte sera évalué par deux experts 
indépendants tout en préservant l’anonymat de l’auteur. Des articles 
plus courts, y compris des comptes-rendus et des recensions, sont 
également bienvenus. Les références doivent suivre généralement le 
Chicago Manual of Style (voir le guide sur le site 
http://www.yorku.ca/refuge) et doivent être présentées sous forme de 
notes à la fin du texte (et non dans une bibliographie). Tous les 
manuscrits, à l’exception des recensions de livres, doivent être 
accompagnés d’un résumé de 100 à 150 mots et d’une phrase décrivant 
l’affiliation institutionnelle de l’auteur. Articles in English are also 
welcome. The style must conform to the same standards required for 
articles in French.

Date limite pour les soumissions : 29 octobre 2010

Pour de plus amples informations, veuillez contacter :

Prof. Michael Barutciski
Rédacteur en chef
REFUGE

c/o Centre for Refugee Studies

York Research Tower, York University
4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada  M3J 1P3
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http://www.yorku.ca/refuge

S'il vous plaît envoyer des réponses à: [log in to unmask]

-- 
Refuge, Canada's Periodical on Refugees
Michael Barutciski , Editor- in-Chief
Negin Dahya, Senior Editorial Assistant
Lorenzo Vargas, Junior Editorial Assistant
Email: [log in to unmask]
Web: http://www.yorku.ca/refuge

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