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L’Année balzacienne

Created in 1959 and published by the Groupe d’études balzaciennes, L’Année balzacienne presents studies of Balzac’s works and their context.

Dix-septième siècle

An interdisciplinary journal published by the Société d’études du XVIIe siècle covering diverse disciplines in seventeenth-century studies: art, history, law, literature, philosophy, science, and religion.

Ela. Études de linguistique appliquée.

This journal presents works relevant to linguistics and its applications. It publishes research, teaching, and informative papers. It promotes access to foreign and native language-cultures.

Études anglaises

This journal welcomes the work of French and foreign Anglicists and also publishes papers on linguistics and civilization. It contributes to a permanent rejuvenation of knowledge and constitutes a first-rate study and research tool for all Anglicists.

Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident

This journal is devoted to a single theme or a central question dealing with Chinese civilization and its cultural sphere of influence (China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam). It publishes journals in French and English.

L'information littéraire

For more than fifty years, this journal has pursued the same goal: providing a discussion tool that offers summaries and presents recent and continuing research works in Greek, Latin, and French literature.

Langage et société

The publication contributes to the international development of the disciplines of sociolinguistics and discourse analysis. It has acquired international renown due both to its authors, more than half of whom are from countries other than France, and its readers who hail from all over the world.

La linguistique

A journal with a functionalist perspective, it is open to debate ideas and different points of view whether in the field of epistemology or in the description and explanation of linguistics. The research focuses on the most diverse languages and applies to all areas within the discipline.

Recherches linguistiques de Vincennes

This journal publishes works relating to the various subfields of theoretical and formal linguistics: phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, psycholinguistics, typology, and poetics. As of issue No. 40, articles are by default published in English.

Revue d’histoire littéraire de la France

Unique among literary journals, most of which are highly specialized, it covers the entire field of French and Francophone literature (with the exception of the Middle Ages) providing an important resource for academics around the world.

Revue de littérature comparée

Founded in 1921, this journal is one of the first periodical publications devoted to Comparative Literature, a discipline that essentially studies the relationships between literature and culture, the relationships between literature and art, poetry, and literary theory.

Revue de philologie, de littérature et d'histoire anciennes

This journal explores Greek, Etruscan, Italian, and Latin philology (linguistics, lexicology, transmission and publication of texts, literary history, stylistics) and history of the Greco-Roman world.

Revue française de linguistique appliquée

RFLA is an international and interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal in the broad field of applied linguistics. The journal is open to all areas of research involving the application of linguistics and seeks to give an up-to-date and varied account of current issues in applied linguistics.

Revue française d’études américaines

This quarterly journal founded in 1976 sets out to analyze a large spectrum of issues in the field of North American Studies (literature, arts, humanities, social sciences). Each issue is thematic, but it may also include non-thematic articles, bibliographic and review articles, or interviews.

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