To demonstrate the diversity and excellence of contemporary ethnology
and folklore research, Ethnologies is proposing an issue without a
defined theme. The Folklore Studies Association of Canada thus invites
its members and researchers from other backgrounds to propose articles
on a topic of their choice, provided that the analytic approach
coincides with our journal's mandate, the topic is of interest to our
target audience and the author is engaged with current scholarship.
Submissions are to be original texts, up to a maximum of 20
double-spaced pages or equivalent (Times New Roman, 12 pts) and may be
written in English or French. Please include an abstract and a short
biography in both languages. They should be submitted by e-mail to email@example.com prior to June 30, 2012.