FLAMME is an international, interdisciplinary online journal that hosts articles and contributions by young and confirmed scholars, professionals, and artists from all over the “All-World”.

Founded in Limoges by the EHIC (Espaces Humains et Interactions Culturelles, EA 1087) research group, FLAMME is an open access digital journal.

Its thematic issues, miscellanies and special editions are comprised of articles, interviews, and book reviews, along with presentations of recent publications and events. The journal focuses attention on otherness and marginalities and welcomes contributions in the fields of art, literary studies, linguistics, civilization studies, communication studies, digital studies, geocriticism and ethics. Questions related to the French-speaking world and to post-colonial and decolonial thinking are key axes of FLAMME.

Latest issue

N° 1 | 2021
Mondes noirs : hommage à Paulette Nardal
Black Worlds: a Tribute to Paulette Nardal

Sous la direction de Cécile Bertin-Elisabeth et Vinciane Trancart