The Comparatist: Journal of the SCLA

Editorial Information

Awarded the Phoenix Prize for Significant Editorial Achievement by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals in 1996, THE COMPARATIST is a dynamic, well-established journal of comparative literature that has appeared annually since 1977. Its areas of focus include the comparative study of literature, cultural movements, and the arts; and literary and cultural theory. Contributors are encouraged to apply a variety of critical, historical, and intertextual methods of analysis. Essays that debate theoretical issues confronting the field of literary studies (including questions about the status of comparative literature) are also welcome. As a general policy, THE COMPARATIST publishes essays in English.

Submission requirements: Manuscripts, double-spaced and preferably between 4,500 and 10,000 words, should be sent by electronic attachment to Professor Zahi Zalloua, General Editor, French and Interdisciplinary Studies, Whitman College, 345 Boyer Avenue, Walla Walla, Washington 99362. Email: zallouz@whitman.edu. Papers should follow the format recommended in the MLA Style Manual, 2nd ed., with internal citations and a Works Cited page at the end. Endnotes should be used sparingly and for explanatory purposes only.

Those interested in having books reviewed or in writing reviews should contact:

Professor Zahi Zalloua, General Editor,
French and Interdisciplinary Studies,
Whitman College,
345 Boyer Avenue,
Walla Walla, Washington 99362.
Email: zallouz@whitman.edu.

Subscription Rates: The yearly subscription rate, which includes membership in the SCLA, is $40 for regular members; the institutional rate is $50. Payment may be made via paypal on the Membership Page of the website. Questions concerning payment should be directed to Jacob Blevins, jblevins@mcneese.edu