The Australian Journal of French Studies is an international, fully refereed journal devoted to French literature, culture, society and history. The journal encourages new theoretical engagements and particularly welcomes interdisciplinary approaches. Articles are published in English and French.
Essays in French Literature was founded in 1963 by the late James R. Lawler. In 2005, the journal expanded its name to Essays in French Literature and Culture as a way to open its pages to contemporary worldwide currents in French and francophone studies. Published by the French program at the University of Western Australia, Essays is a scholarly, refereed journal with an international Editorial Board and Advisory Board.
Yale French Studies is the oldest English-language journal in the United States devoted to French and Francophone literature and culture. Each volume is conceived and organized by a guest editor or editors around a particular theme or author. Interdisciplinary approaches are particularly welcome, as are contributions from scholars and writers from around the world. Recent volumes have been devoted to a wide variety of subjects, among them: Crime Fiction; Surrealism; Contemporary Writing for the Stage; and Memory in Postwar French and Francophone Culture.
Synergies Algeria is a journal published and edited by Gerflint. The Gerflint (Study and Research Group for French as an International Language) is a worldwide French-speaking scientific publishing and dissemination program attached to the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Foundation and headquartered in France. It creates, coordinates, publishes, edits, and indexes a global network of scientific journals respecting international scientific and editorial standards.