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Published by Amy Martin on 21 Apr 2015


The editors of Irish Journal of French Studies are very pleased to announce that this peer-reviewed and newly electronic journal is now free to access from 2009 to 2012 (for tables of contents see, having implemented an Open Access policy subject to a 24-month paywall.

This means that all articles in the below issues are available for free download at

  • No. 12, 2012 — Thematic Issue: Trangression(s). Guest Edited by Paul Hegarty. General Editor: Patrick Crowley. Co-Editors: Gillian Jein, Maeve McCusker, Maria Scott.
  • No. 11, 2011 — General Editor: Patrick Crowley. Co-Editors: Maeve McCusker and Maria Scott.
  • No. 10, 2010 — Thematic Issue: Intellectuals and Public Opinion: A Transhistorical Perspective. Guest Editors, James Hanrahan & Mairéad Ní Bhriain. General Editor:  Patrick Crowley. Co-Editors: Maeve McCusker and Maria Scott.
  • No. 9, 2009 — Thematic Issue: Exploring Supermodernity: Marc Augé in Context(s). Guest Edited by Douglas Smith. General Editor: Johnnie Gratton. Co-Editors: Philip Dine, Douglas Smith and Jacinta Wright.

Published by Amy Martin on 27 Aug 2010

NYPL’s Mango Language Learning Software

Mango is the New York Public Library’s new free online language software. The only requirement for use is a current library card.

There are two levels of software (Basic & Complete) for many languages – including French. The format combines vocabulary cards, audio pronunciation and explanation with cultural information in each lesson.

When the users register their email address, they are able to keep track of their progress through the lessons, making this a useful tool for study outside of the classroom.

To register and see what Mango has to offer, follow the link below:

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