Date(s) - 20/03/2014
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
oxford book store
French and Francophone studies are not restricted to the geographical domain of a country and its one time colonies. Rather it widens the horizon, where literature, culture, language, media, philosophy, history,socio political thoughts walk hand in hand. This journal aims to touch these donmains and dreams to work as a bridge. With this concept the articles on French and Francophonic studies have been published in the journal.
French studies including Francophone studies cover a wide range of subjects including language and linguistics, literature, translation, history, culture studies, philosophy, films, socio-political thought, post-colonial studies and many more. The inclusive nature of this discipline is possible due to the immense contribution that France has made in the world of innovative thought, long before the landmark in human history known as the French Revolution.
This journal which will be officially launched on International Francophonie Day, celebrated every 20th of March, aims to publish articles by contributors engaged in different branches of French Studies for interested readers. In this first issue, a mosaic of French and Francophonic thought, society and literature is presented.