Contemporary French and Francophone Studies
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
ISSN (printed): 1740-9292. ISSN (electronic): 1740-9306.
Contemporary French and Francophone Studies proposes to extend French Studies beyond traditional limits. Inviting all critical approaches on the latest debates in French Studies (cultural studies, francophone studies, autobiography, media studies, etc.), the journal provides a forum not only for academics, but for journalists, artists, filmmakers, and writers of fiction and poetry as well. Containing interviews, articles, fiction and poetry, each issue features contributors from across the disciplines. From 5 to 10% of a given issue is in French; the remaining contents are either in English or bilingual form. The objective of Contemporary French and Francophone Studies is to reflect the enormous vitality and variety displayed by those engaged in the field of French Studies. Editorial policy is designed to foster controversy in a field which is already in significant ideological ferment. Contemporary French and Francophone Studies has attempted to follow this objective in both past issues on popular culture, autobiography, contemporary writers and poets, and will continue to do so in upcoming issues on women, visual arts, travel, writings, translation, and eroticism.
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