Revue André Malraux/Review is an international and bilingual academic journal devoted to French writer, Art historian, and Minister of Culture André Malraux (1901-1976). The journal was founded in 1969 by Professor Walter G. Langlois, at the University of Kentucky, as the Mélanges Malraux Miscellany. In 1984, Professor Robert S. Thornberry of the University of Alberta, Canada took over publication of the journal with volume 16. In 1986, with volume 18, the Mélanges Malraux Miscellany was officially renamed the Revue André Malraux Review. In 1996, starting with volume 26, Professors Karen Levy and John Romeiser of the University of Tennessee began editing the RAMR. And in 2006, with volume 33, Michel Lantelme of the University of Oklahoma became editor of Revue André Malraux/Review.
Eclectic in approach, the
RAMR publishes essays and articles that
embrace different schools of literary theory, as well as pertinent
historical and biographical material. It also publishes book reviews,
notices of conferences, and information of general interest to those
interested in André Malraux.