The Ghost of Inverness
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


If there is one subject that spills ink among fans of the saga, whether readers or viewers, it is that of the ghost of Jamie appearing under Claire's windows while the latter is still in 1945 and that she does not know of its existence. 

Magic in Outlander
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


Of course ... it all starts with an unexplained phenomenon on which the whole of history will rest: the passage through stones and, therefore, through time. However, can we be satisfied with placing Outlander in the Fantastic category? 

Of flesh and blood
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


If there is one particularity, both in Diana Gabaldon’s work and in her TV adaptation, it is the way the body in general, and sex in particular, is treated there. 

Bree and Roger, a couple in the tournament
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


Unlike Jamie and Claire who have loved each other in a single century (what a strange phrase when you think about it), Bree and Roger have had no choice but to build their relationship through the twists and turns of time. 

The animals of the saga
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


And what about Rollo, button? From the donkey Clarence and the horses Donas and Chardon. And shall we talk about the fat white sow? 

Jamie's children
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


From Faith to Brianna passing by William, Fergus, Marsali and Joan, Jamie Fraser, born leard, is the father figure par excellence. 

Jamie, architect of the ridge houses
By Claire Doré 


Jamie's resilience allows him to project himself into the future of a new country, by founding a home there. He takes pride in designing and building several ever more beautiful homes with his own hands. 



The symbolism objects in Outlander
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


In any good self-respecting story, there are, in addition to protagonists and antagonists with well-defined profiles, objects that carry within them an important elliptical symbolism. 

Jamie's love affairs
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


Even if it is indisputable that the only love of Jamie is and was always Clear, it is well necessary to suppose that our valorous Scottish does not leave uninterested the persons whom he is next. Men or women, young persons or old, definitely - intentionnés or malicious persons 

Light in Season 6
By Gratianne Garcia
The fine use of light to emphasize the words, places and objects and the state of mind of the characters. What is its impact on the viewer. Illustrated analysis in three parts.  

Love at the heart of the battle
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


War as the backdrop to the Outlander saga
If there is one constant that runs through Diana Gabaldon’s work, it is the permanent state of war, or at least the presence of a domineering army. 

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


From the shy child, raised by Reverend Wakefield when his parents died, to the captain under Jamie Fraser as the 18th century American Revolution approached, there's a lot to be said for the character's evolution. of Roger. 

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 
I propose a list, not exhaustive of the villains of our saga. From Black Jack Randall to Malva Christie via Laoghaire, Geillis, Sandringham, Saint-Germain, Bonnet and Lionel Brown. 

Scottish, Sassenachs and spankings
By Valerie Estelle Frankel 


Feminism and Gender Roles in Outlander.
From the extensive book series to the Starz show, Outlander explores the myriad gender roles we encounter throughout our lives, tying them together in a nuanced love story that's nonetheless packed with adventure. 

Is Jamie's ghost connected to Claire's future powers?
By Caitlin Gallagher 


Besides all the ~time travel~, there are two magical/paranormal elements of Outlander that still leave fans with a lot of questions: Jamie's ghost and Claire's potential powers. What if they were connected? 

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


Among the themes regularly addressed by fans of the Saga, there is that about Frank. Is he an upright and honorable man? above all victim of a fact that escapes him? Or is he selfish and manipulative? Question all the more complex as the Frank of the books is very different from that proposed in the television series. 

Trauma management not special effects
By Outlander Anatomist 


Diana's Outlander books and the Starz Outlander series are full of great examples of many and varied mechanical trauma, so it's time for to jump to the top of the dissecting table. Let's go ! 

Jamie's paternal instinct
By Gratianne Garcia 


First meeting with each of his children whether they are of heart or blood. Ian and Fergus, his children at heart whom he takes care of like a father; William and Brianna, his blood children and Faith, his biological child, the survival in his heart. 

Happiest Place on Earth Symbols and Messages
By Francoise Rochet 


Episode 7.2 is very emotionally intense. Images, words, meetings, farewells follow one another and awaken in us a thousand and one feelings of joy, happiness, sadness. But beyond all that is visible, this episode conveys a multitude of symbols and messages. 

Costume Analysis
By  Amélie Grenier 


Unable to travel to the 18th century, Amélie Grenier spoke with Véronique Borboën, professor at the École supérieure de théâtre at the University of Quebec in Montreal and holder of a doctorate in the anthropology of costume.