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Founded in 1974, Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens is a publication affiliated with the University Paul-Valéry Montpellier, France, which is committed to publishing insightful and innovative scholarship on British Victorian and Edwardian literature, art, and cultural history.

It is a double-blind, peer-reviewed bi-annual journal which accepts year-round submissions, in French or in English, for both its general and special issues, as well as book reviews.

Latest issue
87 Printemps | 2018
Colloque de la Sfeve : Industrial Desires/56e Congrès de la SAES : Confluence(s)

Volume 87 of Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens is a two-section issue with a collection of articles selected from distinct venues–the conference sessions at the annual SAES symposium (Lyons, June 2016) and one major SFEVE conference held in Nantes, ‘Industrial Desires’, convened by Georges Letissier and Françoise Le Jeune in February 2017. The articles belonging to that section of the issue are beautifully introduced by Georges Letissier in his preface to the selection. The other articles in the volume are stand-alone contributions that together provide an engaging discussion of issues relating to the notion of ‘confluence’. As a whole the current issue offers fresh examination on several objects of Victorian and Edwardian Studies ranging from confluences to machines and raises new perspectives derived from the cross-pollination of various fields of studies, which is a hallmark of the French Victorian Studies Society. Enjoy! 

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