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Les Cahiers de l’École du Louvre

Les Cahiers de l’École du LouvreCreated in 2012, the Cahiers support and disseminate doctoral research conducted at the École du Louvre. Two issues are published annually, covering the school’s main areas of teaching and research across all historical periods and geographical regions: history of art, archaeology, epigraphy, ...

XVII-XVIII

XVII-XVIIIXVII-XVIII. Revue de la société d’études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIesiècles is a journal focused on the British Isles and the Empire from the late Renaissance to early Romanticism, as well as America from the colonial period to 1815. It publishes research in French and English in the...

Carnets

CarnetsEstablished in 2009, Carnets. Revue électronique d’études françaises was created – and continues to be produced – by the Portuguese Association of French Studies (APEF). It welcomes original and unpublished research in the different domains of French and francophone studies (literature, lingui...

Izquierdas

IzquierdasIzquierdas is a Chilean scholarly journal studying left-wing social movements and the history of Latin American socialism. Created in 2008, this quarterly publication is produced by the Institute for Advanced Studies at the University of Santiago, Chile (USACH). Each of its issues offers reade...

Polysèmes

PolysèmesDedicated to literary and artistic intertextualities, the Anglicist journal Polysèmes considers the resonances that connect one work and art form to another. Its main aim is to contribute to the development of intertextual and intermedia studies in France. Founded in 1989 by SAIT (Society for ...

Syria

SyriaFounded in 1920, Syria. Archéologie, art et histoire is a journal that studies the history and archaeology of ancient Syria. Its research covers the whole of the Semitic Near East (including Cyprus), from prehistory to the Islamic conquest. Published by the French Institute for the Near East (...

Lusotopie

LusotopieAs a comparatist international journal, Lusotopie aims to develop political research on the contemporary spaces arising out of Portuguese history and colonisation. Launched in 1994 by the Lusotopie Researchers’ Association, it published 11 annual volumes before becoming a quarterly journal in ...