CFC Intersections

CFC Intersections

  • ISSN (Online) : 2752-5538
  • ISSN (Print) : 2752-552X
  • Language : English
  • Get TOC alerts

CFC Intersections is an exciting new companion journal which builds on the success of highly regarded Contemporary French Civilization (CFC). CFC Intersections aims to provide a new publishing outlet for scholarship related to intersectionality and the broader associated notion of intersections in French and Francophone studies. 

The journal's interests will focus on intersectionality and how it has come to inform the lives of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour), the working class, LGBTQ communities, people with disabilities, and those in other marginalised and minoritised groups, including among others Africana and Black studies, anthropology, cultural studies as well as gender, sexuality and queer studies, literary studies, sociology, and social work.   

The journal will allow us to highlight the value of contemporary literary, sociolinguistic, ethnographic, cinematic, and other forms of cultural production informed by the complex intersections of identities that impact the everyday lives of people living throughout the French-speaking world. 

CFC Intersections aims to ensure contributions from researchers -- working in postcolonial, transnational, translingual, and other contexts -- who may already be studying the Francophone world from an intersectional perspective without necessarily recognising it or being recognised as such.   

The journal will publish articles in English and French. 

To launch CFC Intersections, we are pleased to organise the first conference and consider for publication a first set of papers from this event. The Inaugural Virtual Conference will take place between 24-25th September 2021. 

Download the conference program > 

Denis Provencher, University of Arizona

Associate Editors: 
Jennifer Boittin, The Pennsylvania State University 
Siham Bouamer, Sam Houston State University 
Éric Fassin, Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis 
Charles Forsdick, University of Liverpool
Mame-Fatou Niang, Carnegie Mellon University

Text should be MLA style, double-spaced, no footnotes, and with endnotes kept to a minimum. All articles, essays, interviews, and notes should be sent electronically in Microsoft Word (or in RTF format if MAC). 

Articles should be approximately 6,000 words (including notes and bibliography). 

Download CFC Intersections' Guidelines for Contributors 

Editorial correspondence should be addressed to the Editor-in-Chief, Denis M. Provencher: 

CFC Intersections will be published by Liverpool University Press from 2022 with one issue per year. CFC Intersections will also be available as part of a Standard subscription to Contemporary French Civilization from 2022.

Subscription Rates

1 issue per year (standard subscription includes online access from 2022)

Institutions: Liverpool University Press operates a tiered pricing system for institutional journal subscriptions, if you are unsure of your institution's tier please contact prices >

IndividualsView prices >

How to subscribe: Email or telephone +44 (0)151 795 1080

For enquiries about advertising in CFC Intersections, please contact Natasha Bikkul.

Permission Requests:
Requests to reuse content from Liverpool University Press are now being processed through PLSclear. Click here to view our Rights and Permissions.

Editorial Queries: 
Editorial correspondence should be addressed to Denis M. Provencher.

Sample Copies: 
For sample copies, please contact Natasha Bikkul.

Liverpool University Press is pleased to offer advertisers the opportunity to increase exposure and reach target audiences.

To place a banner advert on a journal page please contact Natasha Bikkul, Journals Marketing Assistant.

Banner advert
221px (W) x 285px (H)
1 month: £150

Banner advert
221px (W) x 285px (H)
3 months: £300

Did you know that we offer a range of journal subject packages and the complete journal collection to libraries at significant discount?

Browse the journal subject packages >

Browse the complete journal collection >

Available Content

Call for Papers

Most Read

Most Cited