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Journal of Romance Studies

Interdisciplinary Research in French, Hispanic, Italian and Portuguese Cultures

Aims & Scope

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Published in association with the Institute of Modern Languages Research, School of Advanced Study, University of London

The Journal of Romance Studies (JRS) promotes innovative critical work in the areas of linguistics, literature, performing and visual arts, media, material culture, intellectual and cultural history, critical and cultural theory, psychoanalysis, gender studies, social sciences and anthropology.

One themed issue and two open issues are published each year. The primary focus is on those parts of the world that speak, or have spoken, French, Italian, Spanish or Portuguese, but work on other cultures is also included. Articles published in the journal cross national and disciplinary boundaries in order to stimulate new ways of thinking about cultural history and practice.

Subjects: Romance Studies, Literature, Cultural Studies

Current Issue

Volume 16, Issue 3

Special Issue
23-F: Mediatizations and memories of Spain's failed coup d'état
Edited by Frauke Bode

23-F: Mediatizations and memories of Spain’s failed coup d’état

Frauke Bode

23-F and/in historical memory in democratic Spain

Claudia Jünke

Eduardo Mendicutti and 23-F, or how Anyone Can Have a Bad Night [Una mala noche la tiene cualquiera] (1982)
Emilia Merino Claros

Transmedial translation of 23-F in Anatomía de un instante (2009) by Javier Cercas
Vera Elisabeth Gerling

Media power? Staging and staged in 23-F: El día más difícil del Rey (2009)
Frank Reza Links

Operación Palace (2014): A mockumentary about 23-F and its reception in the Spanish press
Danae Gallo González

‘La noche de los transistores’: The mediatization and theatricality of 23-F
Frauke Bode

Oulipo and the Second World War (IMLR)
Dominic Glynn

The state of French theatre: A classic problem
Dominic Glynn

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