Australian Journal of French Studies

  • 2013 has marked the fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of the Australian Journal of French Studies. To celebrate this anniversary, a 25% disount is being offered to new institutional subscribers. Also, the editor has made a selection of some of the most notable articles from the journal’s history, which Liverpool University Press is delighted to make available free of charge online for a limited time. See:

    The Australian Journal of French Studies is an international, peer reviewed journal devoted to French literature, culture, society and history. There are three issues per year. The journal encourages new theoretical engagements and particularly welcomes interdisciplinary approaches. Articles are published in English and French. The majority of issues are focussed on a specific theme, but issues on miscellaneous topics are usually published annually. Articles for publication and proposals for special issues, and any editorial enquiries, should be addressed to the editor:

    Professor Brian Nelson
    Editor, AJFS
    School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics
    Building 11
    Monash University, Melbourne, VIC 3800, Australia

    Forthcoming and planned numbers:

    • Crises belges: explorations et représentations
    • French Cinema: The Framing and Deframing of Gender and Genres
    • New Directions in French Renaissance Studies

    Recent numbers:

    • The Practices of Translation
    • Ecrivains au travail / Writers at Work
    • Tekhnè, Technique, Technology
    • Francophonie and its Futures
    • Jacques Rivette
    • New Directions in French Medieval Studies
    • (Rétro)projections: French Cinema in the Twenty-first Century
    • Voices from North Africa


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