As art information professionals, we support research in its many forms and for different kinds of researchers including students, instructors, scholars, artists, and cultural workers – but what about us? For the Fall 2022 issue of MOQDOC, we are looking for articles by and about MOQ art information professionals as researchers.
Do you have an interesting and original research project that you have been working on – either independently or in collaboration with others – that you think your MOQ colleagues would like to learn about? Send us a brief (100 words or less) proposal of what you would like to write about by Monday, August 15, 2022. Proposals and approved articles can be written in either English or French.
If approved by the guest editors, your article should have a limit of between 800 and 1,000 words. Accompanying images are welcome, though it is the responsibility of authors to clear all reproduction permissions, copyright, or both. We ask that citations for English articles be given using The Chicago Manual of Style. For citations in French, you can use Université de Montréal’s Chicago guide (méthode classique).
First drafts of approved articles should be submitted by Thursday, September 15, 2022.
If you have any questions or would like to speak with us before submitting a proposal, please write to the guest editors, John Latour and Paule Kelly-Rhéaume at: email@example.com.
John Latour and Paule Kelly-Rhéaume