How can I typeset email and address at the end of text (after References) in the article class just like in the amsart class? Does anyone know a macro for doing this?

  • If I am not wrong the article class does not offer this option.
    – Sigur
    Commented Dec 20, 2013 at 20:02
  • Is there a macro for this work?
    – bigli
    Commented Dec 20, 2013 at 20:05
  • You can just write that stuff down!? Do you need something special?
    – Johannes_B
    Commented Dec 20, 2013 at 20:14
  • 1
    it would not be easy to patch that into the article class. a poor substitute is to just omit this information from the top matter (i.e., don't input it with the authors), and enter it as ordinary text (you'll have to do the "styling" yourself) after the references and before \end{document}. Commented Dec 20, 2013 at 20:17

3 Answers 3


In the article class you can use the package authblkand the command \affil

\title{An important paper}

\author[$\dagger$]{R. Campbell}
\author[$\star$]{M. Dane}
\author[$\ddag$]{J. Jones}

\affil[$\dagger$]{Department of Mathematics, Pennsylvania State University,Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 13593}
\affil[$\star$]{Atmospheric Research Station,
Pala Lundi, Fiji}
\affil[$\ddag$]{Department of Philosophy, Freedman College,
Periwinkle, Colorado 84320}

If you're not writing a new class, but just a document, the easiest way is to define a macro at the beginning and use it at the end; or just type the information where the example has \Addresses.


\usepackage{lipsum} % just for the example


\title{An important paper}

\author{R. Campbell
  M. Dane
  J. Jones

\newcommand{\Addresses}{{% additional braces for segregating \footnotesize

  R.~Campbell, \textsc{Department of Mathematics, Pennsylvania State University,
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 13593}\par\nopagebreak
  \textit{E-mail address}, R.~Campbell: \texttt{[email protected]}


  M.~Dane (Corresponding author), \textsc{Atmospheric Research Station,
    Pala Lundi, Fiji}\par\nopagebreak
  \textit{E-mail address}, M.~Dane: \texttt{DaneMark@@ffr.choice}


  J.~Jones, \textsc{Department of Philosophy, Freedman College,
    Periwinkle, Colorado 84320}\par\nopagebreak
  \textit{E-mail address}, J.~Jones: \texttt{id739e@@oseoi44 (Bitnet)}




\bibitem{A} A. Uthor, A paper, J. of Interesting Results, 2015




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According to the AMS LaTeX class documentation:

In an article, typesetting of the address information is done at the end of the document, by calling \@setaddresses. This is done through a parent function \enddoc@text, because some AMS journals also print the abstract there instead of at the beginning, and it's easier to redefi ne \enddoc@text than to try undoing material already added to the \AtEndDocument hook.

The following amsart minimal document

\documentclass{amsart}% http://ctan.org/pkg/amslatex

% Taken from the AMS LaTeX class documentation
\author{Roland Campbell}
\address{Department of Mathematics\\
  Pennsylvania State University\\
  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 13593}
\author{Mark M. Dane}
  % Same address as R. Campbell
\curraddr[M.~Dane]{Atmospheric Research Station\\
  Pala Lundi, Fiji}
\author{Jeremiah Jones}
\address[J.~Jones]{Department of Philosophy\\
  Freedman College\\
  Periwinkle, Colorado 84320}
\email[J.~Jones]{id739e@@oseoi44 (Bitnet)}

\usepackage{lipsum}% http://ctan.org/pkg/lipsum

produces at the end of the document

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My suggestion would be to emulate the title properties (author, email, address, ...) using the \AtEndDocument hook, since its use is singular:

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\usepackage[margin=1in]{geometry}% http://ctan.org/pkg/geometry

  \textsc{Department of Mathematics, Pennsylvania State University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 13593} \par  
  \textit{E-mail address}, R.~Campbell: \texttt{[email protected]} \par
  \textit{Current address}, M.~Dane: Atmospheric Research Station, Pala Lundi, Fiji \par
  \textit{E-mail address}, M.~Dane: \texttt{DaneMark@@ffr.choice} \par
  (J.~Jones) \textsc{Department of Philosophy, Freedman College, Periwinkle, Colorado 84320} \par
  \textit{E-mail address}, J.~Jones: \texttt{id739e@@oseoi44 (Bitnet)}

\usepackage{lipsum}% http://ctan.org/pkg/lipsum
  • I'm not sure you want to use \AtEndDocument: some packages may add code to it, and your code would be executed later. Think to lastpage, for instance.
    – egreg
    Commented Dec 21, 2013 at 13:33

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