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.
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Journal of Camus Studies 2017
Beyond Victims and Executioners: Camus and Daoud on “Progressive Violence” and Genuine Humanism (Or What harun Learned from Meursault)
Meursault, contre-enquete or Daoud’s Anachronistic Nonsense
The Narrative of “Meursault Investigation”: Is it the Story of “The Stranger”, Told by Clamence’s Double
The Investigation Investigated and a Question of Responsibility
Death as the Harbinger of the Realization of Mortality in The Plague
Albert Camus the Legal Unconscious: Symbolic and Imaginary Dimensions in The Stranger
Michael J. Clark
The Absurdity of Acceptance through Belief: Meursault’s Dismissal of God and the Court System in The Stranger
Exploring the Concept of “Suicide” by Camus in Taufiq Rafat’s Play Foothold
Absurdism is Ecocritical and Ecocriticism is Absurd: The Joy of Eternal Damnation
The Young Camus and the Aesthetic Argument from Irreligious Experience
Stephen J. Sullivan
An Absurd Philosophy of Love
Michael Anthony Villanova
Review: At the Existential Café: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails by Sarah Bakewell