Theatre Research in Canada is seeking submissions on all topics related to Canadian theatre and performance, both historical and contemporary, in national, international, and transnational contexts, including trans-indigenous and migration contexts. Papers with a historiographical focus are particularly welcome at this time.
TRIC is Canada’s only peer-reviewed journal with an explicit focus on Canadian and Québécois theatre in both official languages. We are looking for original studies of all aspects of theatre production, as well as theoretically-grounded studies of individual dramatic works and performance texts.
The journal also welcomes and encourages submissions on performance studies topics, including: the performance of everyday life; the performativity of race, gender, class, and other identity categories; and the performance of nation or community through public acts or spectacles (to name but a few).
TRIC/RTAC remains dedicated to supporting research that explores First Nations theatre and performance cultures in Canada, as well as those of other historically disadvantaged social groups.
For detailed submission guidelines see: http://tricrtac.ca/en/
Submissions should be sent to our firstname.lastname@example.org with our editor, Kim Solga, copied (email@example.com).
Any submissions received by May 1, 2018 will be considered for our next scheduled general issue.