Scènes francophones

Studies in French and Francophone Theater

General Editor:
Logan Connors , Associate Professor of French, University of Miami

The only North American book series dedicated to French-language theater, Scènes francophones publishes theoretically and historically informed research on dramatic texts and productions from medieval France to the contemporary French-speaking world. Linguistically focused but broad in scope, this series features monographs and multi-authored volumes on dramatic literatures, theories, and practices.

Scènes francophones, which publishes in English, welcomes new research on specific playwrights or actors as well as analysis of particular theaters, dramatic repertoires, and performance spaces. Research in which theater plays a leading role among other genres, themes, or institutions is also encouraged. This series supports research on the social, economic, and cultural history of theater across time periods, from hexagonal France to the reaches of the French-speaking world today.

Send inquiry or proposal to Logan Connors at or to Bucknell University Press at

Forthcoming titles in the series:

Titles in the series:

Christopher Semk. Playing the Martyr: Theater and Theology in Early Modern France (2017)

Jeffrey Leichman. Acting Up: Staging the Subject in Enlightenment France (2016)


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