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“Horizons anglophones” series

Collegial Board

Scientific Committee: Vincent Dussol, Jean-Michel Ganteau, Judith Misrahi-Barak, Anne-Marie Motard, Christine Reynier

The “Horizons Anglophones” series publishes collections and monographs in English and French in the fields of the literature, arts, cultures and societies of English-speaking countries. This series, directed by members of the EMMA (Études Montpelliéraines du Monde Anglophone) research team, aims to bring together contributions from specialists from all over the world and to encourage dialogue in these fields of research.

It is divided into four sub-series.


After turning a few pages, “Les Carnets du Cerpac” has become PoCoPages. Though the term Poco may stir up in the reader’s mind images of some American country rock band, or again various possession rituals associated with Africa or the Caribbean. The reference here however is to the abbreviation of postcolonial. The term in its diversity is meant to reflect the interest of PoCoPages for postcolonial, diasporic cultures and literatures, steeped in métissage and crossed borders.

Series Manager: Judith Misrahi-Barak

International Advisory Board: Prof Sally Barbour, Wake Forest University, USA; Prof Phil Barrish, University of Texas, Austin, USA ; Prof Florence Boos, University of Iowa, USA ; Dr Rita Christian, London Metropolitan University, UK ; Prof Fred D’Aguiar, UCLA, USA ; Prof Jean-Paul Engelibert, Bordeaux 3, France ; Prof Teresa Gibert, UNED, Madrid, Spain ; Dr Matthew Graves, University of Provence, France ; Prof Indira Karamcheti, Wesleyan University, USA ; Dr Matt Kimmich, University of Basel, Switzerland ; Prof Françoise Lionnet, UCLA, USA ; Prof John McLeod, University of Leeds, UK ; Prof Brinda Mehta, Mills College , Oakland, California, USA ; Dr Myriam Moïse, University of Antilles, France; Prof Evelyn O’Callaghan, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados ; Prof Catherine Pesso, University of Lyon 2, France ; Prof Peter Pierce, James Cook University, Australia ; Prof Martine Piquet, University of Paris-Dauphine, France ; Prof Alan Rice, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK ; Prof Richard Samin, University of Nancy 2, France ; Dr Suzanne Scafe, London South Bank University, United Kingdom; Prof Kerry-Jane Wallart, Université d’Orléans, France; Prof Candace Ward, Florida State University, USA.

ISSN: 2118-3023

Politiques et Sociétés

Politiques et Sociétés aims to deepen our understanding of contemporary society from an international perspective. Concentrating on English-speaking countries, it uses a multi-disciplinary approach to bring together research into the societal trends and developments that are shaping today's world.

Series Manager: Anne-Marie Motard

Advisory Board: Pr Moya Jones (Université Michel de Montaigne – Bordeaux III), Professor Lord Morgan (The Queen’s College, Oxford University), Pr Pierre Lurbe (Université Paul Valéry – Montpellier III), Pr Mike Parsons (Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour), Dr Nick Parsons (School of European Studies, Cardiff University), Pr Hubert Peres (CEPEL-Université Montpellier I), Pr Marc Smyrl (Université de Denver, U.S.A.)

ISSN: 2269-3327

Present Perfect

Present Perfect is a series dedicated to works of criticism on the literature, culture and arts of the Victorian, Edwardian, modernist and contemporary periods. It publishes monographs or collections of articles in French or in English.

Series Manager: Jean-Michel Ganteau, Christine Reynier

Advisory Board:

  • Catherine Bernard, Université Denis-Diderot, Paris 7, F75013, Paris, France

  • Laura Colombino, Université de Gênes, Italie

  • Ann-Marie Einhaus, Northumbria University, Royaume-Uni

  • Annie Escuret, Univ Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, EMMA EA 741, F34000, Montpellier, France

  • Christine Froula, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208, États-Unis

  • Jean-Michel Ganteau, Univ Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, EMMA EA 741, F34000, Montpellier, France

  • Susana Onega, Zaragoza University, ES50009, Zaragoza, Espagne

  • Christine Reynier, Univ Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, EMMA EA 741, F34000, Montpellier, France

  • Stephen Ross, Université de Victoria, CANBC V8P 5C2, Victoria, Canada

ISSN: 2269-4153

Profils américains

Profils américains gives its academic and broader audience fresh insight into the more recent conceptual and reference tools in the field of North-American culture. The series publishes work by, or of interest to, international scholars which contributes to the fresh assessment of a specific author or artist. It also welcomes more extensive updates on all fields of North-American culture (visual arts, dance, music, film). The editorial board is open to the publication of other than strictly academic work: creative approaches, memoirs, interviews and previously unpublished work are welcome for consideration.

Series Manager: Vincent Dussol

Editorial Board: Mathilde Arrivé, Michel Bandry, Yves Carlet, Claude Chastagner, Vincent Dussol, Monica Michlin, Nelly Mok, Claudine Raynaud, Guillaume Tanguy, (université Paul-Valéry).

Advisory Board: Edwin T. Arnold (Appalachian State University), Philip Barrish (Cornell University), Francis Bordat (université Paris Nanterre), Paul Carmignani (université de Perpignan), Jeremy Downes (Auburn University), Mark Duffet (University of Chester), Jean-Paul Gabilliet (université Michel de Montaigne-Bordeaux III), Michel Granger (université Lumière-Lyon II), John Gonzalez (The University of Texas, Austin), June Howard (University of Michigan), Heinz Ickstadt (Université de Berlin), Claire Maniez (université Stendhal-Grenoble III), Sylvie Mathé (université de Provence), André Muraire (université de Nice), Jacques Pothier (Université de Versailles-Saint Quentin), Paula Rabinowitz (University of Minnesota), Julia Stern (Northwestern University), Béatrice Trotignon (université Paris IX), Jaap Van Der Bent (université de Nimègue)

ISSN: 2118-6847

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