A JOURNAL OF FRENCH-AUSTRALIAN CONNECTIONS
The French Australian Review (formerly Explorations) is the six-monthly journal of the Institute for the Study of French Australian Relations (ISFAR).
Founding Editors: Dennis Davison, Wallace Kirsop and Colin Nettelbeck.
The French Australian Review is a peer refereed journal, highly ranked in the Australian Research Council’s journal ranking list (ERA). It is managed by an Editorial Committee supported by an international Advisory Board. As well as fully refereed articles, The French Australian Review publishes other contributions such as notes, documents, essays, book reviews, and bibliographies on aspects of French Australian relations and experiences. The French Australian Review is open to receiving articles on the social and cultural, the political and economic, the contemporary as well as historical, including literature, the arts, popular culture, mutual perceptions at a distance, experiences of travellers and tourists, migration, the Francophone world and comparative studies. Copies of most back issues in the Index are available for purchase and early issues are available online at the Archive web page.
Editors: Ivan Barko, Elaine Lewis and Henry Méra
Book Review Editor: Elaine Lewis
Cover Design: Judy Worthington and Susan Méra
Professor Stephen Alomes (Chair)
Dr Patricia Clancy
Dr Jacqueline Dutton
Ms Elaine Lewis
Professor Colin Nettelbeck
Professor Robert Aldrich
Professor Ivan Barko (Chair)
Dr Maurice Blackman
Professor Peter Brown
Professor Edward Duyker
Dr Viviane Fayaud
Professor Jean Fornasiero
Dr Jane Gilmour
Dr Matthew Graves
Professor Martine Piquet
Professor Xavier Pons
Dr Elizabeth Rechniewski
Professor Margaret Sankey
Editorial correspondence may be addressed to Ivan Barko firstname.lastname@example.org or Elaine Lewis email@example.com or Henry Méra firstname.lastname@example.org by email or c/o Ivan Barko, 280 Nelson Street, Annandale, NSW 2038, Australia. Articles are to be submitted electronically (in MS Word). Members of the Editorial Committee and the Advisory Board are happy to discuss prospective contributions.