In a spirit of continued collaboration, Contemporary French & Francophone Studies /SITES opens its pages to colleagues presenting papers at the International Colloquium in 20th and 21st-Century French Studies.  All participants are invited to submit their papers. Authors of accepted essays must become subscribers to a full volume of CF&FS. They will receive 2 colloquium issues + 3 additional issues) at a 50% discount (see details below***).

Volume 19:4 and 19:5/2014 
Published by Routledge  

Money/ L’argent
Fall/Winter 2014
Roger Célestin,  Eliane DalMolin, editors. 
Peter Consenstein, guest editor

Money, economics, dépense, financial crises and equitable or unjust economic distribution have played various roles in 20th and 21st century French and Francophone literatures, visual cultures, theatre, history, theory, translation studies and gender and ethnic studies. Since the financial crises of 2008, there has been an ever widening debate about the role that financial gain plays in the production of culture and the functioning of institutions of higher education throughout the world. At the same time, the crises have energized communities that put into question the culture of capital and the ties between capitalism and culture, all of which has created particularly dynamic, ideological, moral and cultural power struggles. The upcoming issues of Contemporary French & Francophone Studies (Sites) will publish articles addressing how money has worked in stories, aesthetic forms, translations, methodologies, curricula and our own institutions from 1900 to the present.

  • Deadline for proposals (interviews, essays, photos, fiction and poetry): September 30th, 2014. Deadline for completed texts: December 1st, 2014.  Articles must be formatted and submitted in conformity with the standard instructions to contributors to CF&FS Sites: http://www.sites.uconn.edu. MLA style. Authors are responsible for any copyrights related to their article/illustrations. No illustrations can be printed without copyrights. Length of final essay for this issue must not exceed 3500 words (about 10 journal pages). Inquiries, proposals and completed texts should be submitted to:

CF&FS: sites@uconn.edu
In your emails, please specify the subject: Money.

 ***Special offer for colloquium participants:  Subscribe to CF&FS (SITES) at a 50% discount on individual rates for 2014. Special individual subscription rate: $50 (£30/ €35). Cut and send this tab with your payment to:  Routledge Customer Services, Taylor & Francis Group, 325 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA, 19106, USA Fax 215-625-2940. Alternatively, email: societies@tandf.co.uk or call +44 (0) 20 7017 5543.

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