The AFLS is committed to ensuring publication and diffusion of high-quality research on French language, and is associated with two publications:
- The Journal of French Language Studies, published by CUP.
- The Cahiers de l’AFLS, the association’s own journal, the archives of which can be consulted here. From 2021, Cahiers forms an output of the Journal of French Language Studies and appear as Research Notes. These will be shorter (4000-6000 words, not including references) than full JFLS articles and are not required to propose a solution to issues they raise as long as their linguistic relevance to the French language is made clear. These short pieces introduce a topic of empirical and theoretical importance related to the French language, and include brief reports on research results or methodologies.