the irish journal of french studies (ijfrs)

La revue annuelle de la��ADEFFI,A� leA�Irish Journal of French StudiesA�(IJFrS), est une revue internationale annuelle A� comitA� de lecture qui publie des articles en franA�ais, en anglais ou en irlandais sur des sujets concernant les cultures et sociA�tA�s franA�aises et francophones. Les articles ne dA�passent pas en gA�nA�ral 8000 mots (mais des articles plus longs ne sont pas exclus) et ne doivent pas avoir A�tA� soumis A� da��autre publication. AprA?s acceptation, LeA�IJFrSA�en dA�tient les droits exclusifs. La rA�daction s’intA�resse A� recevoir non seulement des articles individuels mais encore des propositions pour des numA�ros thA�matiques; celles-ci, accompagnA�es de rA�sumA�s, seront A�valuA�es par des lecteurs anonymes avant d’A?tre acceptA�es.

Le IJFrSA�est dA�sormais en ligne, et se trouve sur le lien suivant: A�

The Irish Journal of French StudiesA�is an annual international peer-reviewed journal published by theA�Association des A�tudes FranA�aises et Francophones da��Irlande. Articles in English, French or Irish are welcomed on any aspect of research in the area of French and Francophone culture and society, on condition that they have not been submitted to another journal and that theA�IJFrSA�has exclusive rights to publication. They should not normally exceed 8000 words, though longer articles will be considered. As well as inviting article submissions, the editors welcome proposals for special guest-edited issues. All proposals and abstracts (300 to 600 words per article)A�for such issues will be anonymously peer-reviewed prior to acceptance.

The IJFrSA�is now available exclusively on-line, and can be accessed at the following address:A�

Is iris bhliantA?il idirnA?isiA?ta A� Irisleabhar LA�ann na Fraincise a fhoilsA�onn l’Association des Etudes FranA�aises et Francophones d’Irlande. FA?ilteofar roimh ailt trA� Ghaeilge, trA� BhA�arla nA? trA� mian leat alt – faoi bhun 8000 focal – a thairiscint – ar an gcoinnA�ol nach bhfuil sA� i glA? cheanna fA�in in aon iris eile – seol chugainn dhA? chA?ip chrua chlA?scrA�ofa de. Is ar Irisleabhar LA�ann na Fraincise a fhanfaidh na cearta foilsitheoireachta.


General Editor: Maria Scott (courriel :

Editors: Maeve McCusker, Gillian Jein, Derval Conroy, Michael G. Kelly


You can view the table of contents for each issue by clicking on the link below.

Cliquez sur le lien ci-dessous pour accA�der aux tables des matiA?res des numA�ros.

All issues of the IrishA�Journal of French StudiesA�can be accessed directly at the following address:A��

Tous les numA�ros duA�IrishA�Journal of French Studies sont directement consultablesA�sur le lien suivant :A��

The Irish Journal of French Studies gratefully acknowledges the support of the Society for French Studies, which helped itA�to place a substantial numberA�of its back issues on-line.

Le Irish Journal of French Studies remercie vivement pour son soutienA�la Society of French Studies, qui a permis deA�mettre en ligne un nombre important de ses anciens numA�ros.



Please note that free Open Access to articles in the IJFrSA�is available only for issues that are over two years old; for the most recent issues, a subscriptionA�continues to beA�necessary.

Veuillez noter que les articles enA�A�libre accA?s concernent uniquement les numA�ros de plus de deux ans. Pour les numA�ros rA�cents, un abonnementA�demeure nA�cessaire.

  • Formulaire d’abonnement pour les Institutions (vous pouvez A�galementA�renouveler l’abonnement de votre institution en remplissant ce formulaire):

Bulletin d’adhA�sion IJFrS (pdf)

Bulletin d’adhA�sion IJFrS (word)

  • Individus :

Vous pouvez accA�der aux numA�ros de la revue en devenant membre de l’ADEFFI.


Michael Bishop, Pierre Brunel, Mireille Calle-Grueber, Dominique Combe, Pat Crowley, Charles Forsdick, Johnnie Gratton, Brigitte Le Juez, Roger Little, Michael O’Dea, Patrick Oa��Donovan, Geraldine Sheridan, Barbara Wright.


Tous articles, lettres et ouvrages doivent parvenir A� Maria Scott, Department of Modern Languages, Queen’s Building, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter, Exeter, EX4 4 QJ. (courriel :

All correspondence should be addressed to Maria Scott, Department of Modern Languages, Queen’s Building, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter, Exeter, EX4 4 QJ. (e-mail :

NA� mA?r ailt, litreacha agus cA?ipeanna lA�irmheasa de shaothair fhoilsithe a sheoladh chuig Maria Scott, Department of Modern Languages, Queen’s Building, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter, Exeter, EX4 4 QJ. (


Style Sheet / Consignes aux auteurs

The journal is compatible with the RCUK Open Access policy.


You can consult the list of books available for review by clicking on the following link: comptes rendus. If you are interested in a book and would like to write a review for publication in the journal, please contact Gillian Jein (

All books for review should be addressed to: Gillian Jein, School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Main Arts, Bangor University, Gwynned, North Wales, LL57 2DG. A� A� A� A� A� A� A� A� (e-mail:


Please consultA�the journal’s ethics and misconduct statement here.
Veuillez consulter iciA�le code A�thique de la revue.