Nineteenth-Century French Studies 44.3–4 (Spring–Summer 2016), , 2016.
The Editorial Board of Nineteenth-Century French Studies is pleased to announce the publication of volume 44 numbers 3–4 (Spring–Summer 2016). In addition to a special dialogue between David F. Bell and Catherine Witt entitled “Incipit,” this issue continues the journal’s longstanding tradition of covering the full range of studies of nineteenth-century French literature and related fields, touching on topics such as diverse as dioramas, prostitutes, censure, Haitian independence, genius, bodies, intertextuality, smells, sounds, photographs, George Sand, and Pierre Loti.A full table of contents is below and also online at: www.ncfs-journal.org.
All of the journal’s book reviews from volume 44 and all of the journal’s online reviews dating back to 2007 are accessible online and without subscription. In addition, the web site offers complete archives of the journal’s publications since it began in 1972: Table of Contents from every issue, abstracts of all of the articles, and all of the book reviews published online. Finally, the web site also provides complete information about subscriptions, about submitting articles, about contacting the Book Review Editors regarding book reviews, about the journal’s Editorial Board and Advisory Board, and about the journal’s history.
Bonne lecture et bonne visite,
Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Seth Whidden, Editor
Scott Carpenter, Rachel Mesch, and Lise Schreier, Associate Editors