ISSN (printed): 0263-9904. ISSN (electronic): 1745-8153.
Romance Studies, founded in 1982 by Valerie Minogue and Brian Nelson, is an international, fully refereed journal devoted to the study of the Romance literatures and cultures. With a distinguished advisory panel representative of leading research across the disciplines, the journal is a forum for both established scholars and new researchers worldwide. The editors offer constructive criticism where appropriate and advise young scholars and new contributors on the effective presentation of their material. A single, broadly-defined theme provides the focus for each issue whilst articles on other subjects are also invited. The journal encourages new theoretical engagements and is open to the full range of comparative and interdisciplinary approaches. Romance Studies publishes articles written in English, French, Italian or Spanish. Since its relaunch in 1999 Romance Studies is published in a larger page format, to allow the faster publication of more contributions. The journal will be of interest to academic researchers, teachers and students, with interests in the Romance literatures and cultures, including the relations between literature and other arts such as painting or film, and the full range of contemporary theoretical approaches (intertextual, psychoanalytical, genetic, feminist, new historical, narratological) as well as scholarly thematic approaches. It will also be of interest to independent scholars and general readers who wish to stay abreast of current developments in the study of literature and culture.
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