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The Journal of Camus Studies
Formerly the Journal of the Albert Camus Society, the JCS is published annually and is available in print or as an ebook. For more information on purchasing or contributing visit the Camus Journal page.
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.
Dark Authenticity: Being True to Yourself as Evil, Cruel, or Just a Douchebag Arsehole
Organization of the Works of Albert Camus by First Images
‘Subtle Religious Symbolism in Camus’s Novels The Stranger and The Plague’
The Noble Art of Misquoting Camus – From its Origins to the Internet Era
Holding Fast the Good: Camus and the Return of the Absolute
LAWRENCE R. HARVEY
Caligula and The Letters to a German Friend – Deliberations Regarding the Actions of Camus’s Characters in Regard to the Ethics of Absurdity and the Concept of Metaphysical Rebellion
Camus and Spiritual Exercises: Travel, Meditation and Philosophy as a Way of Life
“Phenomenological Ethics” Is Either a Misnomer or Wrong: On Sherman’s Camus
ZACHARY JAMES PURDUE
“I wouldnt do it for nothin”: The Question of Suicide and the Camusian Critical Tradition in Cormac McCarthy’s Suttree, With Continual Reference to Kierkegaard
TROY WELLINGTON SMITH
Autism and Absurdism: Philosophical Ramifications of Cognitive Criticism in Camus' L'Etranger
Review: When Paris Went Dark: The City of Light Under German Occupation, 1940-1944, by Ronald C. Rosbottom
ERIC B. BERG
Review: Albert Camus and the Political Philosophy of the Absurd: Ambivalence, Resistance, and Creativity, by Matthew H. Bowker
Review: The French Writers’ War, 1940–1953, by Gisèlle Sapiro
Review: Albert Camus’s The Stranger: Critical Essays, edited by Peter Francev