Purloined Letters. An International Journal of Quotation Studies is a peer-reviewed, biannual scientific journal which addresses the fields of literature, art, cinema, history and the humanities. With its focus on the theory and practice of quotation, the journal has an essentially interdisciplinary approach, publishing articles on the textual re-use of verbal, visual and musical materials, and specifically the appropriation of fragments and their re-insertion into a different context, from classicism to postmodern rewritings. Prospective contributors may consider the question of quotation both in theoretical and interpretative/historical perspectives.
This journal uses double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process.
Contributions can be written either in French, English, Italian, Dutch, Spanish or German. There are three different kinds of contributions: articles up to approximately 40000 characters (including spaces), articles up to approximately 20000 characters (including spaces) and reviews up to approximately 8000 characters (including spaces).
ANVUR (National Italian Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research) ranking: A