Peter Lang at the Society for French Studies Annual Conference

Peter Lang is delighted to be attending the Society for French Studies Annual Conference on 2-4 July at University College Cork. Senior Commissioning Editor Laurel Plapp (l.plapp@peterlang.com) will be attending and welcoming visitors to our bookstand. We will be featuring titles from across our French programme, including recent volumes from our newly re-launched series Modern … Continue reading

Series re-launch: Modern French Identities

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the re-launch of the Modern French Identities series under the editorship of Jean Khalfa. We thank Peter Collier for an amazing 20 years as the editor of the series, which has now reached 127 volumes! Modern French Identities Series Editor Dr Jean Khalfa, Senior Lecturer in French Studies, Trinity College, … Continue reading

Book launch: Starvation, Food Obsession and Identity

Starvation, Food Obsession and Identity: Eating Disorders in Contemporary Women’s Writing, edited by Petra M. Bagley, Francesca Calamita and Kathryn Robson, will be launched at the University of Nottingham on Friday 26 January 2018 at 9.30am. The launch is part of the Hungry for Words workshop being held at Nottingham 25-26 January. For more information, please … Continue reading

Starvation, Food Obsession and Identity published

Anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and troubled relationships with food and bodies have been depicted by writers across a variety of languages and cultures, since before the medicalisation of eating disorders in the late nineteenth century to the present day. This cross-cultural volume explores the fictional portrayal of these self-destructive yet arguably self-empowering behaviours in contemporary … Continue reading

French Feminisms 1975 and After published

This volume explores contemporary French women’s writing through the prism of one of the defining moments of modern feminism: the writings of the 1970s that came to be known as «French feminism». With their exhilarating renewal of the rules of fiction, and a sophisticated theoretical approach to gender, representation and textuality, Hélène Cixous and others … Continue reading

Series re-launch: Romanticism and after in France / Le Romantisme et après en France

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the re-launch of the series Romanticism and after in France / Le Romantisme et après en France under new editorship: Romanticism and after in France / Le Romantisme et après en France http://www.peterlang.com/view/serial/RAF Series Editors Patrick McGuinness (University of Oxford) and Valentina Gosetti (University of New England, Australia) … Continue reading

Photos from the book launch: Writing the Great War

Nicolas Bianchi and Toby Garfitt’s edited collection Writing the Great War / Comment écrire la Grande Guerre? was launched in the Common Room, History Faculty at the University of Oxford on Tuesday 28 November at 5.30 pm. The launch took place during the drinks reception to follow Professor John Horne’s valedictory Leverhulme lecture ‘War as … Continue reading

Book launch: Writing the Great War

Nicolas Bianchi and Toby Garfitt’s edited collection Writing the Great War / Comment écrire la Grande Guerre? will be launched in the Common Room, History Faculty at the University of Oxford on Tuesday 28 November at 5.30 pm. The launch will take place during the drinks reception to follow Professor John Horne’s valedictory Leverhulme lecture … Continue reading

The Epistolary Muse published

Epistolary fiction was in full flower during the period from 1652 to 1802, featuring the masterworks of Guilleragues, Richardson, Rousseau and Laclos. This study traces the development of the art of letter-writing and familiar correspondence and its adaptation by women writers into a remarkable range of literary genres, both fictional and non-fictional. In addition to … Continue reading

Discours et terminologie dans la presse scientifique française (1699–1740) published

Ce volume analyse le rapport étroit qui existe entre la structuration des connaissances et l’évolution terminologique et langagière dans la presse scientifique française, en tant que genre textuel, au cours des quarante premières années du XVIIIe siècle. L’auteur part de l’hypothèse que, pendant certaines périodes complexes de l’histoire des sciences, l’évolution de la langue et … Continue reading

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