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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 ( 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)


All are most welcome to attend.

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