Études françaises

Description: 

Established in 1965 in the Department of French Studies (renamed in 2003 Department of Literatures in French Language) at the University of Montreal, Études françaises is a literary critics and theory journal addressing an international readership, its mandate encompassing the whole of French-language literatures history and territory.

Open to dialogues with other discourses – arts, media, history, social sciences and humanities – it often adopts interdisciplinary theoretical perspectives. For over thirty years, the emergence in its issues of new problematics did not break up with the humanist spirit that presided over its foundation: the promotion of the literary text study set in the cultural history context.

Études françaises publishes three issues annually, composed of a “File” promoting an in-depth reflection around a problematics and of free articles, the “Reading Exercises”, reporting the diversity of the current works and providing an essential place for the diffusion of the emerging research. It addresses the specialists in French, Quebec and francophone literature and anybody interested in literature.

Language: 
French
Language (Other): 
None
Issues Per Year: 
3
First year of publication: 
1965
Format: 
Print
Online
Electronic subscription cost: 
Digital distribution of new issues of the journal is subject to a movable barrier after one year. All back issues are available at: https://www.erudit.org/fr/revues/etudfr/#back-issues
Open Access: 
No
Back issues online?: 
Yes
Earliest Back Issues Online: 
1965
Publisher(s): 
Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal
ISSN (Print): 
0014-2085
Contact Person: 

Stéphane Vachon, Director
stephane.vachon@umontreal.ca

Mailing Address: 

Presses de l'Université de Montréal,
C.P. 6128, succ. Centre-ville,
Montréal, Québec, H3C 3J7
H3C 3J7

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