Text & Presentation
Since 1980, The Comparative Drama Conference Series has been publishing the best papers presented at its annual meetings, keeping readers current in scholarship and performance aesthetics in drama internationally. Text & Presentation’s articles have framed dramatic discourse, identified emerging trends, and challenged established views. Each volume consists of about a dozen articles which have passed the mandated anonymous peer review. For back issues, visit www.McFarlandpub.com.
Participants in the conference are invited to submit their papers for publication consideration to the editor of Text & Presentation. The editor of this year's publication, Dr. Graley Herren, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Manuscripts should be formatted according to the T & P style. Authors are expected to expand their manuscripts beyond presentation-length conference papers into full-length scholarly essays, with a maximum length of 25 double-spaced pages (including notes, works cited, and photos). Each volume also features several book reviews by noted scholars.
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Any questions regarding paper submissions should be sent to the Editor at email@example.com.