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Founded in 1968, Études littéraires is the journal of the department of literature at Laval University. It publishes French-language collections of articles and analyses that deal principally with French-language literature but also examine other literatures, above all from a comparative perspective. With a focus on theory and criticism, Études littéraires examines current literary studies research, looking at various generic, historical and thematic issues and corpuses. The journal also provides space for debates on recently published critical and theoretical works.

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  • Bibliographie der Französischen Literatur

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Comité de rédaction

Anne-Marie Fortier, directrice

Hélène Cazes, University of Victoria

Nelson Charest, Université d'Ottawa

Nicholas Dion, Université de Sherbrooke

Yen-Mai Tran-Gervat, Université de Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle

Guillaume Pinson, Université Laval

Anne Salamon, Université Laval

Éric Van der Schueren, Université Laval

Comité consultatif

Mieke Bal, Université d'Amsterdam

Caroline Bayard+, McMaster University

Neil Bissoondath, Université Laval

Mireille Calle, Université de Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle

Patrick Dandrey, Université de Paris IV

François Dumont, Université Laval

Laurent Jenny, Université de Genève

Clive Thomson, University of Western Ontario

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Publisher Département des littératures de l’Université Laval | ISSN 1708-9069 (digital) 0014-214X (print) | Frequency 3 issues per year | Publication period 1968- |  Available in Érudit 1968- | Language(s)  French | Format Digital and Paper| Access policy two-year moving wall | Discipline(s) Literary Studies

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