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The Submitted Text

Please use Times New Roman 12, aligned to the left (even for titles and long quotations). Do not use « word » styles, nor any type of bolding, with the exception of italics.

The article should be no more than 40,000 characters, including the spaces.

Illustrations

Please send them separately using a good quality (at least 200 dpi), jpg format numbered accordingly in chronological order as appeared in the article. The legends of the illustrations should be in the text between parentheses. Legends and credits for the illustrations should be placed at the end of the article.

The author of the article is responsible for obtaining the copyrights of the illustrations.

Additional Information

At the beginning of the document one should see the following:
-Author’s name (it will be erased for the review)
-Institutional affiliation (name of the university, or the laboratory, or the institution, and role)
-An email address where to contact the author during the whole editing process. This address will not be published in Belphégor.
-a summary of the article (about 2000 characters )
Please add 5 key words to allow the indexing of the article. These words have to be selected within the list that are used by the journal (http://belphegor.revues.org/49). If the key word doesn’t exist, the author can make a suggestion.

References/bibliography

Work/book

Author’s first name, name, book’s title in italics, publishing place, publisher, collection between quotation marks, publishing year.

Example
Patricia Bellmer, René Magritte: Beyond Painting, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2009.

Journal article

Author’s first name, name, title of the article between quotation marks, title of the journal in italics (without the « in »), volume, number, year, pages.

Example
Frédéric Jameson, « Postmodernism, or the cultural logic of late capitalism », New Left Review, 146, 1984, pp. 59-92.

Collective work

Author’s first name, name, title of the article between quotation marks, name of the editor/s preceded by « in » and followed by « ed/s. », Title of the book in italics, place, publisher, date, pages.

Example
Kaspin, Deborah, « Signifying Power in Africa », in Paul Landau and Deborah Kaspin (eds), Images and Empires: Visuality in Colonial and Postcolonial Africa, Berkeley, University of California Press, 2002, pp. 320-335.

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