Contemporary French and Francophone Studies: SITES provides a forum not only for academics but for novelists, poets, artists, filmmakers, photographers, and journalists. In addition to its focus on French and Francophone Studies, one of the primary objectives of CF&FS: SITES is to reflect the increasingly interdisciplinary direction taken by the field and by the humanities in general. Containing articles, interviews, fiction, and poetry, each issue features contributors from across the disciplines. From 5 to 10% of a given issue is in French; the remaining content is either in English or in bilingual form.
CF&FS: Sites is co-edited by Roger Célestin and Eliane Dalmolin at the University of Connecticut.