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Editorial Board

Chief editor: Muriel Adrien

Permanent editors for « occasional papers »

Shakespearian studies: Nathalie Rivère de Carles
British literature (other than Shakespeare-related): Hélène Dachez, Laurent Mellet
American literature: Wendy Harding, Nathalie Cochoy, René Alladaye

British history, social sciences and international relations: Nathalie Duclos, Karen Meschia
American history, social sciences and international relations: Anne Stefani, Zachary Baqué
Commonwealth studies: Mathilde Rogez

Linguistics: Henri le Prieult

Review editor UK and Commonwealth: Isabelle Keller-Privat
Review editor US: Candice Lemaire

Other members of the board: Aurélie Guillain, Catherine Lanone

Ariel’s editors

Visual arts

British painting: Charlotte Ribeyrol
American painting: Marie Bouchet
Photography, video installations and conceptual art: Marie Bouchet
Digital arts: Arnaud Regnauld and Gwen le Cor

Stage and Screen

Theater: Emeline Jouve
Film: David Roche
Dance: Nathalie Vincent-Arnaud


Music in general: Nathalie Vincent-Arnaud
Contemporary and popular music: Philippe Birgy
Opera: Xavier Cervantes


Text-image in general: Catherine Delyfer
Comic books: David Roche
Film adaptations: Laurent Mellet

Digital arts: Arnaud Regnauld and Gwen le Cor

Other art forms

Perfume: Xavier Cervantes
Garden and landscaping: Xavier Cervantes
Arts specific to the Commonwealth: Mathilde Rogez
Interactions between arts (other than text-image or dance-music), synesthesia: Marie Bouchet


Editorial assistant : Clémence Simon


ISSN 2108-6559


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31058 Toulouse Cedex 09

To submit an article, go to the "Submission" or ARIEL section for the contact details.

For general enquiries, write to: muriel.adrien[at]




Former active members of the board

Céline Magot, editor for British literature, 2010-2012

Hanane Serjaouan, editorial assistant, 2011-2014

Laurence Talairach-Vielmas, review editor, 2010-2016

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