Last Updated: Nov 19, 2013
Peer review is the process in which a scholar's work is reviewed by experts in a field before being accepted for publication (in the case of journals). Many people give more credence to journal articles that have gone through a peer review process because they have been reviewed by experts in the field (rather than just an editor as is the case of a newspaper or magazine) before being accepted for publication.
- CAIRN General Collection
French and Belgian journals available online, covering general interest, history, literature, and philosophy.
- Grand Robert de la Langue Française
Complete version of Le Grand Robert de la Langue Française in its latest edition: 86,000 articles, 100,000 words, 350,000 meanings, 410,000 use examples.
- Littérature de l'Afrique Noire
18th - late 20th century Francophone literature from sub-Saharan Africa, both oral & written.
- Littérature de l'Océan Indien
18th century - late 20th century Francophone literature of the Indian Ocean.
- MLA Directory of Periodicals
Journals & series indexed in the Modern Language Association Bibliography. Contact info, frequency of publication, descriptions of scope, circulation figures, subscription & advertising info, submission guidelines, and information on peer review status.
- MLA International Bibliography
1923-present. National literatures of 200+ nations; linguistics; semantics; stylistics; syntax; translation; literature, literary theory & criticism; dramatic arts; history of printing & publishing; rhetoric & composition; folk culture; belief systems.
Open access French-language journals.