University of Toronto Quarterly

University of Toronto Quarterly

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Acclaimed as one of the finest journals focused on the humanities, the University of Toronto Quarterly publishes interdisciplinary articles and review essays of international repute. This interdisciplinary approach provides a depth and quality to the journal that attracts both general readers and specialists from across the humanities.

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Subscribers look forward to the bi-lingual ‘Letters in Canada’ issue, published each spring, which contains reviews of the previous year’s work in Canadian fiction, poetry, drama, translations and works in the humanities. Many of the recent issues have contained over 600 pages of the year's work in creative writing and scholarship!


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Editors—Victor Li and Colin Hill

Victor Li
Victor Li received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of British Columbia and his doctorate from the University of Cambridge.  He is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of English and the Centre for Comparative Literature at the University of Toronto.  His research focuses on contemporary literature and critical theory, the continuing influence of primitivism in Western culture, and postcolonial and globalization studies.   The author of The Neo-primitivist Turn: Critical Reflections on Alterity, Culture, and Modernity (University of Toronto Press, 2006), he has published widely in journals such as ARIEL, boundary 2, Criticism, CR: The New Centennial Review, Cultural Critique, English Studies in Canada, Genre, Interventions, and Parallax.  Some recent publications include “Elliptical Interruptions: Or, Why Derrida Prefers Mondialisation to Globalization,” in CR: The New Centennial Review 7.2 (2007), “Necroidealism, or the Subaltern’s Sacrificial Death,” in Interventions 11.3 (2009), and “Globalization’s Robinsonade: Cast Away and Neo-liberal Subject Formation” in Rerouting the Postcolonial (Routledge, 2010).  A chapter on “Primitivism and Postcolonial Literature” is forthcoming in The Cambridge History of Postcolonial Literature.   The co-editor of The University of Toronto Quarterly, Li is also on the editorial advisory boards of ARIEL, CR: The New Centennial Review, and The Journal of Postcolonial Writing.  His current project is a critical examination of the representationalist ontology that underwrites discourses on globalization.


Colin Hill
Colin Hill received his BA from Concordia University and his MA and PhD from McGill University. At present, he is an Associate Professor of Canadian Literature in the Graduate Department of English at the University of Toronto, and in the Department of English and Drama at the University of Toronto Mississauga, where he is also director of the Canadian Studies program. His research explores twentieth-century Canadian fiction and its intersections with international modernist writing. He is the author of Modern Realism in English-Canadian Fiction (University of Toronto Press, 2012) and editor of Waste Heritage: A Novel by Irene Baird (University of Ottawa Press, 2007). His recent articles have appeared in Canadian Literature, Journal of Canadian Studies, Essays on Canadian Writing, Studies in Canadian Literature, and The Canadian Modernists Meet. He is a member of the Editing Modernism in Canada project for which he is editing critical editions of the early novels of Hugh MacLennan and Raymond Knister. He is currently at work on a book about modernism and Canadian cities.


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University of Toronto Quarterly
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University of Toronto Quarterly welcomes contributions in all areas of the humanities – literature, philosophy, fine arts, music, the history of ideas, cultural studies, and so on. It favours articles that appeal to a scholarly readership beyond the specialists in the field of the given submission.

University of Toronto Quarterly does not publish fiction or poetry.

The languages of the journal are English and French. Quotations from texts in other languages should normally be in the original language, with translations appended. University of Toronto Quarterly follows a house style based on the MLA Handbook. Bibliographical information should be provided in a humanities-style ‘Works Cited’ list at the end of the article, with minimal identifying information in parentheses in the text. Substantive or discursive amplification should appear in footnotes. All text, including footnotes and ‘Works Cited,’ should be double-spaced. Do not justify right margins.  Submissions should be no more than 10,000 words inclusive of notes and works cited.  For more information on UTQ’s house style, please contact utq@chass.utoronto.ca.

The Editors would prefer to receive email submissions in either Microsoft Word DOC or RTF format.

Peer review is used to assess the quality of articles submitted and to determine whether or not articles submitted make significant contributions in their fields.  It takes approximately three to four months after submission for an article to be reviewed and for the author to receive a response.

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Editorial Address
University of Toronto Quarterly
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University of Toronto
Toronto, ON, M5R 2M8
utq@chass.utoronto.ca

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University of Toronto Quarterly

Acclaimed as one of the finest journals focused on the humanities, the University of Toronto Quarterly(UTQ) publishes interdisciplinary articles and review essays of international repute. This interdisciplinary approach provides a depth and quality to the journal that attracts both general readers and specialists from across the humanities.

The University of Toronto Quarterly welcomes contributions in all areas of the humanities – literature, philosophy, fine arts, music, the history of ideas, cultural studies, and so on. It favours articles that appeal to a scholarly readership beyond the specialists in the field of the given submission.
UTQ is especially interested in submissions for special issues or special sections on the following topics:
- Representations of urban life in Canada
- Literature and the media in an age of global fear (terrorism, environmental disaster, economic crisis)
- The return of formalism in literary studies
- Religion and secularism
- The state of the humanities in Canada

Submissions should be no more than 10,000 words inclusive of notes and works cited. Submissions should be sent in either Microsoft Word DOC or RTF format to utq@chass.utoronto.ca.

For more information on UTQ’s house style and editorial policies on the "for authors" tab
Complete University of Toronto Quarterly Online archive now available!
The University of Toronto Quarterly complete archive of over 3200 articles and reviews, from 1930 to present, is now available online. UTQ Online is an extraordinary electronic resource of the humanities. It’s all here – literature, philosophy, fine arts, music, the history of ideas, cultural studies, and much more!

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Coming soon…
Special Memorial Issue for Chelva Kanaganayakam (1935-2003)
University of Toronto Quarterly  - 84.4 Autumn 2015
Editor: Victor Li
84.4, edited by Prasad Bidaye and Victor Li, will be a Gedenkschrift [in italics], a memorial issue in honour of the late Chelva Kanaganayakam, a professor in the Department of English at the University of Toronto and an influential scholar and teacher of postcolonial and South Asian literatures, with contributions by his colleagues, students, and friends.

From the Vault: UTQ Special Collections available in print and online at UTQ Online and at Kobo and Amazon

Robertson Davies Reconsidered (From the Vault: UTQ Special Collections) by Russell Morton Brown and Bennett Donna (Nov 30, 2012)
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The William Blake Project (From the Vault: UTQ Special Collections) by Karen Mulhallen (Nov 28, 2012)
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Milton in America (From the Vault: UTQ Special Collections) by Paul Stevens and Patricia Simmons (Jan 25, 2013)
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The Future of Northrop Frye: Centennial Perspectives (From the Vault: UTQ Special Collections) by Linda Hutcheon and Germaine Warkentin (Nov 5, 2012)
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Rabindranath Tagore: Facets of a Cultural Icon (From the Vault: UTQ Special Collections) by Kathleen M. O'Connell and Joseph T. O'Connell (Nov 13, 2012)
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