The Journal of Romance Studies, published in association with the Institute of Modern Languages Research, will be published by Liverpool University Press from 2017.
To celebrate, the editor has chosen a selection of some of the most notable and influential articles from the journal’s history, which Liverpool University Press is delighted to make available free of charge online for a limited time.
Please click on the article title below to download your free PDF.
Volume 1, Issue 3, 2001
‘Acceptable hospitality: from Rousseau’s Levite to the strangers in our midst today’
Volume 3, Issue 2, 2003
‘High anxiety: Abre los ojos/Vanilla Sky’
Paul Julian Smith
Volume 4, Issue 1, 2004
‘Historical trauma and literary testimony: writing and repetition in the Buchenwald memoirs of Jorge Semprun’
Susan Rubin Suleiman
Volume 4, Issue 2, 2004
‘Women in dialogue and in solitude’
Michèle Le Doeuff
Volume 5, Issue 2, 2005
‘Psychoanalysis and the aesthetic subject’
Volume 6, Issue 3, 2006
‘Cinematic city: the Spanish avant-garde, modernity and mass culture’
Volume 8, Issue 2, 2008
‘Antinomies of citizenship’
Volume 10, Issue 2, 2010
Paulo de Medeiros
Volume 11, Issue 1, 2011
‘Representations of the Islamic community in Italy 2001–2011’
Volume 13, Issue 1, 2013
We are delighted to announce that from 2017, we will be publishing the Journal of Romance Studies.
The Journal of Romance Studies Inaugural Annual Symposium is taking place on June 6 2017 at the IMLR, School of Advanced Study, University of London, Senate House, Room G35 from 2-7pm.
Please see below for the complete list of events:
(13:00 Lunch for speakers and JRS editorial board)
14:00-15:30 Panel 1: Showcasing research excellence
Judith Still (University of Nottingham): ‘Slavery in Enlightenment America – Crèvecoeur’s Bilingual Approach’
Abigail Lee Six (Royal Holloway University of London): ‘The Vamp Rehabilitated: Carmen de Burgos’s mujer fría in the light of Antonio de Hoyos y Vinent’s señorita Vampiro’
Bernard McGuirk (University of Nottingham): ‘A Meditation on Fernando Pessoa’
15:30-16:00 Tea/coffee break
16:00-17:00 Panel 2: Showcasing research projects
Adalgisa Giorgio (University of Bath): ‘Matrixial Creativity and the Wit(h)nessing of Trauma: Reconnecting Mothers and Daughters in Marosia Castaldi’s Novel Dentro le mie mani le tue: Tetralogia di Nightwater’
Simon Gaunt (King’s College London): ‘The Values of French Literature and Language in the European Middle Ages’
17:15 Keynote – Jo Labanyi (New York University) ‘Beyond Modern Languages?’
18:00 Presentation by Liverpool University Press and Reception
Contact: Cathy Collins at Cathy.Collins@sas.ac.uk.
All are welcome to attend this free symposium.
Register here >