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Modern French Research Seminar

Modern French Research Seminar 2021

All meetings will take place at 5pm on Zoom, unless otherwise indicated. To register for a joining link, please email Lili Owen Rowlands (lso21@cam.ac.uk) and indicate which of the seminars you wish to attend.

 

Monday 1 February, 5pm (GMT)

Michael Lucey (University of California, Berkeley), ‘Proust-Gide-Genet: The Novel and Sexuality’s Intelligibility’

Monday 15 February, 5pm (GMT)

Annabel Kim (Harvard University), ‘Céline’s mal de mer(de): Digesting Mort à crédit’

Monday 1 March, 5pm (GMT)

Hannah Freed-Thall (New York University), ‘The Beach Effect’

Monday 15 March, 5pm (GMT)

TBC

All are most welcome to attend.

Latest News

Book publication

16 July 2021

Dr Emma Claussen, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in the French Section, has had her book Politics and 'Politiques' in Sixteenth-Century France published by Cambridge University Press. More information about the book can be found at https://cup.org/2URf8G2

Book prize success

7 June 2021

Recent books by two members of the French Section have been highly praised in this year’s Gapper Book Prize, run by the Society for French Studies.

Annalisa Nicholson awarded the Laming Junior Research Fellowship at The Queen's College, Oxford

2 June 2021

We are proud to share that Annalisa Nicholson has been awarded the Laming Junior Research Fellowship at The Queen's College, Oxford.

Eleanor Stefiuk wins 2021 Postgraduate Essay Prize of the Society of Dix-Neuviémistes

1 June 2021

Congratulations to Eleanor Stefiuk who has won the 2021 Postgraduate Essay Prize of the Society of Dix-Neuviémistes for her paper ‘Villiers de l’Isle-Adam’s Anarchism: A Legacy of the Paris Commune’.

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