Founded In    1976
Published   quarterly
Language(s)   English and French

Fields of Interest


all areas in American Studies

ISSN   0397-7870
Affiliated Organization   Association française d'études américaines, French association for American Studies,
Editorial Board

Director of publication
Jacques Pothier

Editors in chief
Mathieu Duplay (Université de Lille 3)
Nathalie Caron (université de Paris 12)

Editorial Board Members:
Isabelle Alfandary (Lyon 2), Antoine Cazé (Orléans), Serge Chauvin (Paris 10), Marc Chénetier (Paris 7-IUF), François Cusset (Reid Hall/Columbia University in Paris ; IEP Paris), Nathalie Dessens (Toulouse 2), Andrew Diamond (Lille 3), Frédérick Douzet (Paris 8), Annick Duperray (Aix-Marseille 1), Brigitte Félix (Université du Maine), Claire Fabre (Paris 12), Romain Huret (Lyon 2), Donna Kesselman (Paris 10), Hélène Le Dantec-Lowry (Paris 3), Jennifer Merchant (Paris 2), Bruno Monfort (Lille 3), Claire Parfait (Paris 13), Christine Savinel (Paris 3), François Specq

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Revue française d’études américaines

Revue française d'études américaines

Founded in 1976, the French Review of American Studies (RFEA, Revue Française d¹Études Américaines) is the quarterly peer-reviewed scholarly publication of the French Association for American Studies (AFEA, Association française d’études américaines). The RFEA is transdisciplinary, most issues focusing on a particular theme. The journal, which welcomes papers in French and English, also features historiographic essays, round table discussions, opinion pieces and book reviews. It is published in cooperation with Belin and is available as an online searchable database on CAIRN (

Two paper copies of the paper and an electronic version should be sent to one of the two editors in chief—-to Nathalie Caron for papers in social sciences and cultural studies, to Mathieu Duplay for papers in literature and the arts.  Articles, including references, must not exceed 30000 characters. All submissions are evaluated anonymously by two reviewers.
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Miscellanées , Number 116

Access to full-text articles is available on CAIRN. Table of contents and abstracts in French and in English can be accessed free of charge.

Other Issues

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