Journal and Publications
Modern & Contemporary France
Founded in 1980 by the Association for the Study of Modern & Contemporary France, Modern & Contemporary France is an international peer-reviewed journal, offering a scholarly view of all aspects of France from 1789 to the present day.
It is a multi-disciplinary journal of French studies, drawing particularly, but not exclusively, on the work of scholars in history, literary and cultural studies, film and media studies, and the political and social sciences.
While the primary focus of the journal is France, the Editors also welcome submissions with a transnational or comparative dimension, as well as articles addressing aspects of the French Empire or France's relations with the wider world.
Modern & Contemporary France publishes research articles, occasional articles discussing topical issues from a scholarly perspective, review articles and an extensive range of book reviews. The journal also publishes themed special issues, for which submissions are invited from guest editors.
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Gill Allwood - Nottingham Trent University, UK
Brett Bowles - Indiana University, Bloomington, USA
Martin O’ Shaughnessy - Nottingham Trent University, UK
Chris Reynolds - Nottingham Trent University, UK
Tony Chafer - University of Portsmouth, UK
Sue Collard - University of Sussex, UK
Daniel Gordon - Edge Hill University
Simon Kemp - Somerville College, Oxford, UK
Barbara Lebrun - University of Manchester, UK
Gabrielle Parker - Middlesex University, UK
Denis Provencher - University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA
Frédéric Royall - University of Limerick, Ireland
International Advisory Board:
David L. Cleeton - Illinois State University, USA
Robert Frank - Université de Paris I, France
Bertram M. Gordon - Mills College, USA
David Hanley - Cardiff University
Diana Holmes - University of Leeds, UK
Michael Keating - University of Aberdeen, UK
Kay Lawson - San Francisco State University, USA
Mairi Maclean - University of the West of England, UK
Peter McPhee - University of Melbourne, UK
Brian Nelson - Monash University, Australia
Keith Reader - University of Glasgow, UK
Siân Reynolds - University of Stirling, UK
Jean-Pierre Rioux - Inspecteur Général de l’Education Nationale, France
Martin Schain - New York University, USA
Willa Z. Silverman - Penn State University, USA
Susan Tarrow - Cornell University, USA
Catherine Wihtol de Wenden - Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Internationales, CNRS, France