About the Journal
French Studies Bulletin: A Quarterly Supplement is published on behalf of the Society of French Studies by Oxford University Press. It is the sister journal to French Studies and appears four times a year (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter). It publishes short articles (no more than 2,000 words) in English or French on topics spanning all areas of the subject -- language and linguistics (historical and contemporary); all aspects and periods of French/Francophone literature; French thought and the history of ideas; cultural studies; film; politics and critical theory – and on topical issues and debates.
The Bulletin also features reports of selected conferences, and publishes regularly updated information on the Society for French Studies, calls for papers and other notices of interest to researchers in French. A dedicated postgraduate bulletin board is among its newest developments. The Bulletin was first published in Winter 1981-1982 and in 2006 published issue 100.
French Studies Bulletin is included in a subscription to its sister journal French Studies. Click here for subscription information. The journal is available online to subscribers in full-text Portable Document Format. Print subscribers must complete a brief registration process in order to access the journal online, in the course of which you will need to supply your subscriber number (which you will find on the address label accompanying your copy of the journal). The full table of contents for the journal is available online.