New Issue: French Politics, Culture & Society (Volume 35, Issue 1)

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Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of French Politics, Culture & Society has been published by Berghahn Journals. Focused on press and literature studies, this special issue highlights the research of seven key scholars in the field. Important themes include the question of globalization since the nineteenth century, female journalists, the media, in particular the illustrated press, and finally digital journalism.

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Current Issue: Volume 35, Issue 1
Introduction
Petit manifeste pour les « Press and Literature Studies »
Marie-Ève Thérenty
http://bit.ly/2oPbEl8

Special Issue Articles
Les journaux francophones au dix-neuvième siècle
Guillaume Pinson
http://bit.ly/2pIiGGO

La flânerie au feuilleton?
Catherine Nesci
http://bit.ly/2ovBs2d

The Invention of the Illustrated Press in France
Patricia Mainardi
http://bit.ly/2orxIzm

La modernité, invention médiatique
Alain Vaillant
http://bit.ly/2pWPECD

Journalistes scandaleuses des années trente
Marie-Ève Thérenty
http://bit.ly/2pI8VZa

Disruptive Technology
Elizabeth Emery
http://bit.ly/2pk90oC

Trajectoires numériques de la chronique judiciaire
Adeline Wrona
http://bit.ly/2o97YMp

General Article
Le salafisme quiétiste en France
Mohamed-Ali Adraoui
http://bit.ly/2o9os6X

Reflections, Events, and Debates
Trying on the Veil
Seth Armus
http://bit.ly/2pX7Bkd

Book Reviews
Patrick Young, David Looseley, Elayne Oliphant and Kolja Lindner
http://bit.ly/2oroXpf

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