This special issue of the Bulletin of Francophone Postcolonial Studies is dedicated to the memory of Kate Marsh, inaugural editor of the Bulletin in 2010 and former president of the Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies (2017-2019).
The special issue, available here, includes an array of book reviews and the following articles:
KATE MARSH, Pondichéry: Archive of ‘French’ India
CORINNE FRANÇOIS-DENÈVE, Souvenirs de Kate
NICOLA FRITH, Mot juste?: A Thoroughly Un-Nostalgic Eulogy to my PhD Supervisor, the Late, Great Professor Kate Marsh to Whom I owe my Livelihood
The Bulletin of Francophone Postcolonial Studies (BFPS) is published online twice per annum (spring and autumn). The back issues are freely accessible in our online archive. Contributions on any topic related to Francophone Postcolonial Studies are invited for inclusion in future issues. Authors should submit electronically two copies of their article, 4,000-8,000 words, in English or French to BFPS editor Sarah Arens. Articles should conform in presentation to the guidelines in the MHRA Stylebook, providing references in footnotes, rather than the author-date system. All articles submitted to the BFPS will be refereed by two scholars of international reputation, drawn from the advisory and editorial boards. To facilitate the anonymity of the refereeing process, authors are asked that their manuscript (other than the title page) contains no clue as to their identity. Book reviews (between 600 and 1000 words in length) should be sent to BFPS book review editor Jemima Paine. Conference reports (500 words max.) should also be sent to BFPS editor Sarah Arens.
The deadline for the receipt of articles to be included in the spring issue is 16 January; the deadline for the autumn issue is 16 August.
Book Reviews Editor