The 2009 and 2010 editions of the journal were published under the title Journal of The Albert Camus Society; from 2011 onwards we will publish as: Journal of Camus Studies.
The Journal of Camus Studies (JCS) is published annually and is available in print and ebook formats.
For details of the mission and scope of the journal as well as guidelines for contributors follow this link: submission guidelines.
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Journal of Camus Studies 2016
Absurd Interpretations: A Camusian reading of Lord Byron’s Play Cain
Colonial Encounters in Albert Camus: Algeria and Limits of Freedom
The Meaningless Life Is Not Worth Living: Marcel’s Critique of Camus
Getting Existential About Vietnam: Albert Camus’ & Jean-Paul Sartre’s View on the Conflict
Beyond Critical Reductionism: Reading The Plague alongside The Rebel
Pascal Ally Hussein
The Shaping of Revolt: Camus’s Neither Victims nor Executioners in Relation to the Origins of the Author’s Position, Merleau-Ponty’s Humanism and Terror and the Later Political Debate Concerning Camus’s Critique of the Legitimization of Violence
‘The One Truly Philosophical Problem’: Arthur Schopenhauer, Leo Tolstoy and Albert Camus on the Question of Suicide
Letter to a Germanist Friend: On Camus and Heidegger
Didactic Dialogues: Speculative Moralism from Dostoevsky to Camus