Études Créoles. Cultures, langues, sociétés

Founded in 1978 and published by the Laboratoire Parole et Langage, Études Créoles specializes in articles on Creole languages and their cultures. The journal publishes linguistic analyses of French Creole languages in the Americas (the Caribbean, French Guiana, Louisiana), the Indian Ocean (Seychelles, Réunion, Mauritius, Rodrigues), and the Pacific (New Caledonian Tayo). Once a year, studies focus on both the development and the diachrony of French Creoles, while touching on history, anthropology, literature, culture, and education in Creole communities. The full versions of the eight latest issues of Études Créoles are available on OpenEdition Journals.