The Western Society for French History brings together specialists in the study of France and French culture from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds.
- Bethany Keenan, Coe College
- Julia Osman, Mississippi State University
- Sarah Shurts, Bergen Community College
- Steve Harp, University of Akron
- Diane Margolf, Colorado State University
- Nina Kushner, Clark University
About the Journal
The Journal of the Western Society for French History publishes selected, peer-reviewed articles on all periods of French and Francophone history. Founded in 1974, the Western Society for French History seeks to promote the study of French and Francophone history. The Society brings together specialists in the study of France and French culture from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds, beginning with history, but also embracing literary studies, art and music history, as well as political theory, philosophy, anthropology, and sociology.
Volumes 1-42 of this journal were published under the title The Proceedings of the Western Society for French History, Online ISSN 2162-0423. The current title debuted in 2015 with Volume 43.
Information for Submission
Manuscripts must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information about submission and a style guide are available on the website of the Western Society for French History. Authors whose papers are accepted for publication in the Journal will receive a journal publication agreement form to complete at the time of acceptance.
*Authors retain intellectual copyrights for their work
The Journal of the Western Society for French History is an open access journal which means all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Published articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license, which permits anyone to download, copy, distribute, or display the full text without asking for permission, provided that the creator(s) are given full credit, no derivative works are created, and the work is not used for commercial purposes.