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For those who would like to publish scholarly articles on nineteenth-century French literature, culture, and social/political issues. (TS)
Articles can be in either English or French although French articles have a slightly higher representation during the past five years.
The subjects of the articles vary greatly, including colonialism, modernism, feminism, and narrative. Many articles are a careful re-reading/re-interpretation of canonical works and authors. Baudelaire, Mallarmé, Hugo, Balzac, Zola and Flaubert are frequent objects of analysis. Many analyze literary texts through a philosophical or theoretical lens using the works of Pascal, Kant, Heidegger, Benjamin and Object-Oriented-Ontology. The absence of popular 20th century thinkers such as Derrida, Foucault, Deleuze, and Nancy is somewhat conspicuous. Articles are based on solid scholarship and maintain a high standard as claimed by the journal.
Useful for Submission
Word Count: articles should not exceed 7,000 words / 45,000 characters with spaces, including endnotes and list of Works Cited.
Issues per year: Twice a year in two double issues
Current volume number: volume 45 numbers 1 & 2 / Fall–Winter 2016–2017
Articles per year: 14-16
Citation style: MLA style
Abstract length (if required): must be in English and no more than 150 words in length.
Upcoming special issues (if available): N/A
Seth Whidden, The Queen’s College, University of Oxford (Editor)
Scott Carpenter, Carleton College (Associate Editor)
Rachel Mesch, Yeshiva University (Associate Editor)
Lise Schreier, Fordham University (Associate Editor)