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Intellect is pleased to announce that the International Journal of Francophone Studies 22.1&2 is now available!


For more information about the issue and journal, click here >> https://www.intellectbooks.com/international-journal-of-francophone-studies


Aims & Scope


The premiere bilingual outlet for Francophone postcolonial studies, Francophone Studies is a peer-reviewed, international, interdisciplinary journal that enables extensive opportunities for the study of ‘France outside France'. It promotes groundbreaking research on the fundamental nature of the relationship between colonial history and culture, and postcolonial cultural production. Interests have developed to include the impact of modern French culture in global world culture and the impact of this global culture on French hexagonal culture, and subsequent intellectual, cultural and political developments.


Issue 22.1&2


Articles


Plurilinguisme dans l’œuvre de Katalin Molnár

Julia Ori 


Unveiling the Myth of Mars and Venus in French rap: An analysis of the gender determinants of non-standard language use 

Martin Verbeke


The black Mediterranean reimagined: Counterfactual world-building in francophone speculative fiction

Antje Ziethen


The New Caledonian referendum: Events, processes, decolonization 

Peter Brown 


Review Articles


Réflexion sur la condition féminine dans Presqu’une vie de Carmen Toudonou et Mutilée de Khady Kiota 

Vincent Nnaemeka Obidiegwu and Christiana Amaka Epundu


De l’Exil à la désillusion dans Un Papillon dans la cité, L’Exil selon Julia et Chair Piment de Gisèle Pineau 

Vincent Nnaemeka Obidiegwu 


Reviews


The Colonial Fortune in Contemporary Fiction in French, Oana Panaïté (2017) 

Mohit Chandna


Post-Migratory Cultures in Postcolonial France, Kathryn Kleppinger and Laura Reeck (eds) (2018)

Swati Dasgupta


Postcolonial Poetics: 21st-Century Critical Readings, Elleke Boehmer (2018)

Rachel Gregory Fox


Nouveaux entretiens avec Maryse Condé: écrivain et témoin de son temps, Françoise Pfaff (2016)

Vanessa Lee


Les Lieux de mémoire de la guerre d’indépendance algérienne, Emmanuel Alcaraz (2017)

Anne Marie Miraglia


La Littérature haïtienne dans la modernité. De la conférence à la publication, Anne Marty (2017)

Anne Marie Miraglia


From Empire to Exile: History and Memory within the pied-noir and harki Communities 1962–2012, Claire Eldridge (2016)

Paul Max Morin


La Francosphère littéraire et l’empreinte française, Elena Prus (2012)

Efstratia Oktapoda 


The End of the Cognitive Empire: The Coming of Age of Epistemologies of the South, Bonaventura de Sousa Santos (2018)

Dieunedort Wandj



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