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Editor-in-Chief
Nicholas Martin


General Editors

Alex Davis 
David Evans 
Claire Whitehead

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About the journal

Forum for Modern Language Studies publishes articles on all aspects of literature, linguistics and culture, from the Middle Ages to the present day. The journal aims to reflect the essential pluralism of research in modern languages …

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The Forum Prize

2017 Forum Prize: The Transnational
A call for entries

The Editors of Forum for Modern Language Studies invite submissions dealing with any topic pertaining to the theme of The Transnational, understood in its broadest sense. 

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2016 Forum Prize winner announced

The winner of the 2016 Forum Prize on the theme of Ecologies is Andreas Malm for his essay:

‘This is the hell that I have heard of’: some dialectical images in fossil fuel fiction

The article is currently in production. On publication, it will be available to read free online.

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Previous winners

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Recent Special Issues

Co-Constructed Selves: Nineteenth-Century Collaborative Life Writing

The essays in this issue build upon the scholarship of collaborative life-writing and aim to address some areas of neglect by illuminating the conventions, practices and pitfalls of co-authored life narratives.

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Past Special Issues

Published twice a year, Special Issues address topical themes and debates across the journal's portfolio of languages, literatures, and cultures.

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