Etudes Médiévales Anglaises: A French Journal of English Medieval Studies
Submit a paper
Two calls for papers are currently available
The call for papers for the issue 94: "space". The papers must be written in French or English and be sent to the editor of the issue, Fanny Moghaddassi, before May 30, 2019.
The call for papers for the issue 96: "race & racism". The papers must be written in French or English and be sent to the editor of the issue, Elise Louviot, by November 30, 2019.
EMA (formerly BAM) is a peer-reviewed pluridisciplinary journal founded in 1972. Its aim is to publish articles concerned with medieval England, its culture and its language, as well as reviews of academic books pertaining to those topics. Articles may be written in French or English. All articles are examined by two anonymous reviewers before they can be accepted for publication.
Chief Editor: Martine Yvernault, Université de Limoges
Assistant Editor: Nolwena Monnier, Université Toulouse 3
Agnès Blandeau, Université de Nantes
Florence Bourgne, Université Paris-Sorbonne
Guy Bourquin, Université de Lorraine
Leo Carruthers, Université Paris-Sorbonne
Jean-Marc Chadelat, Université Paris Sorbonne
Jean-Paul Debax, Université Toulouse II - Jean Jaurès
Juliette Dor, Université de Liège
Petya Ivanova, Université de Genève
André Lascombes, Université de Tours
Brian Lowrey, Université de Picardie
Stephen Morrison, Université de Poitiers
Jean-Pascal Pouzet, Université de Limoges
Catherine Royer-Hemet, Université du Havre
Colette Stévanovitch, Université de Lorraine
René Tixier, Université de Toulouse II - Jean Jaurès
Fabienne Toupin, Université de Tours
How to get the journal
The journal is published twice yearly (with a winter and a summer issue).
Members of the AMAES society receive a copy at home for free (how to join the AMAES). Non-members or current members wishing to obtain an older issue may order a copy from our secretary, Dino Meloni.
Tables of Contents of the latest issues
Tables of Contents for the latest issues (1997- ) are available at the bottom of the French page for EMA.