Current: 106.1-4 Jan - Nov. 2015
Forthcoming: 107.1-4 Jan. - Nov 2016
The Romanic Review is a journal devoted to the study of Romance literatures. Founded by Henry Alfred Todd in 1910, it is published by the Department of French and Romance Philology of Columbia University in cooperation with the Departments of Latin American and Iberian Cultures and Italian. The journal is published four times a year (January, March, May, November) and balances special thematic issues and regular unsolicited issues. It covers all periods of French, Italian and Ibero-romance languages literature, and welcomes a broad diversity of critical approaches.
Carlos J. Alonso, Emily Apter, Teodolinda Barolini, Claudie Bernard, Göran Blix, Rodica Diaconescu Blumenfeld, Anne Boyman, Peter Connor, Vincent Debaene, Souleymane Bachir Diagne, Madeleine Dobie, Pierre Force, Kaiama Glover, Patricia Grieve, Noah Guynn, James Helgeson, Alison James, Ann Jefferson, Sarah Kay, Cheryl Krueger, John D. Lyons, Rachel Mesch, Nelson Moe, Gustavo Pérez-Firmat, Julia Prest, Jean-Yves Pouilloux, Elena Russo, Emmanuelle Saada, Maurice Samuels, Joanna Stalnaker, Jesus Rodriguez-Velasco, Caroline Weber
†Michel Beaujour, Antoine Compagnon, Maryse Condé, Catherine Kerbrat-Orecchioni, Julia Kristeva,†Gita May, Henri Mitterand, François Rigolot, Gonzalo Sobejano, Susan Suleiman, Tzvetan Todorov