This is a template on Overleaf intended to be viewed in Rich Text mode. The purpose is to provide a manner of submission to the proceedings of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics that doesn't require authors to know LaTeX. ACAL members submitting through here should consult the instructions on the ACAL website before using this template.
A template for publishing papers in the proceedings of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Provides details on LaTeX formatting of documents specific to our proceedings with Language Science Press.
An introduction to LaTeX for beginners, designed to help scholars publish papers with the proceedings of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics. The template is built on Language Science Press's Overleaf template, and borrows heavily from the Pomona College Linguistics Overleaf Template.
A LaTeX template was designed for editors of journals in the Humanities who are looking for an easy way to structure a complex collection of multi-authored articles in LaTeX.
varianTeX was created by Wout Dillen and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY) license. The work leading up to these results was undertaken as part of Wout’s position as the UAntwerp coordinator of the CLARIAH-VL project.
A template to help you learn how to write a Humanities seminar paper in 10 minutes. Well, learn the \(LaTeX\) part, at least ;)
Just read the text in the output and the source code in parallel to learn how it's done.
Uses a slightly modified version of the mla13 style in order to minimize effort on the user's part and remove noise from the LaTeX document while being consistent.
This extended template include a title page, a table of contents, an abstract page (After table of contents), and a works cited page which is updated based on a bibliography.
This style should be suited for anyone who needs to use MLA styling on a research paper or a similar assignment.