Its Editorial Board is drawn from members of the French Section of the Department of Modern, Languages and Cultures at the University of Nottingham, with the support of an International Advisory Board. Through the publication of general and special numbers covering a range of thematic and theoretical perspectives, the journal aims to represent established as well as new and emerging areas of research in the field of French studies.
Stephen Bamforth, Rosemary Chapman, Rebecca Ford, Richard Francis, Yves Gilonne, Rhiannon Harries, Paul Hegarty, Diana Knight, Jeremy Lane, John Marks, Pierre-Alexis Mével, Sheila Perry, Jean-Xavier Ridon, Katherine Shingler, Paul Smith, Judith Still, Eva Szypula, Olivia Walsh, Kathrin Yacavone
External Board Members:
Julia Dobson (University of Sheffield), Nicki Hitchcott (University of St Andrews)
International Advisory Board:
Jean Emelina (Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis), Mary Jean Green (Dartmouth College), Peggy Kamuf (University of Southern California), Françoise Lionnet (UCLA), Toril Moi (Duke University), Colin Nettelbeck (University of Melbourne), Pascal Ory (Université de Paris I), François Rigolot (Princeton University), Jean Sgard (Université de Grenoble)
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Notes for contributors
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