Academic journal article Canadian Journal of Latin American & Caribbean Studies

Editor's Foreword

Academic journal article Canadian Journal of Latin American & Caribbean Studies

Editor's Foreword

Article excerpt

In this issue we are very happy to present a Research Note by Robert Gay and Jon Shefter. Gay and Shefter's contribution explores a methodological problem in Latin American and Caribbean Studies that springs from the deep level of commitment to change that is characteristic of so much of the scholarship on the region. This research note represents the kind of reflection on how we do what we do that we hope to make a regular feature of the journal.

On a more technical level, readers will see that CJLACS has now gone over to an "in text" form of citation. The use of this format will permit us to publish more articles in the same space without reducing the size of the print or margins. This change also represents a response to the authors who submit their work to the journal, the vast majority of whom send us manuscripts that already follow this form.

Our next issue, #55, will focus on Argentina and we would like to invite submissions on that country--as always--from any disciplinary perspective in the humanities and social sciences, and in any of our four languages of publication. …

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