for Postgraduates

Postgraduates are an integral part of the Association’s activities, and we welcome both national and international postgraduate members who we encourage to play an active part in the life of the Association.

Funding Opportunities

There are opportunities for postgraduate students to obtain funding for their activities. Each year the Executive Committee awards the Peter Morris Memorial Postgraduate Travel Prize worth £250 and runs a postgraduate essay prize. Postgraduates are able to apply to the Association’s Initiative Fund to support costs of up to £500 for research activities. Also, there is a large membership discount so that postgraduates only pay £10.

Recent News & Articles

A Date with History, York Festival of Ideas, Report

Back in May, the ASMCF advertised the French Embassy's call for travel bursaries for 'A Date with History'. This Franco-British focused day, in partnership with the York Festival of Ideas and the Higher Education, Research and Innovation Department o...

Travel Bursaries for A Date with History, York Festival of Ideas, 15th June 2019

Deadline: 17th May 2019 For the third time, the York Festival of Ideas and the Higher Education, Research and Innovation Department of the French Embassy and the Institut français du Royaume-Uni are working together to produce 'A Date with Histor...

CfP: ASMCF Conference 2019: The Transnational City

ULIP and The American University of Paris (AUP) will host the annual conference of The Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France (ASMCF) on 4-6th September 2019. The invitation is now open for proposals of papers or panels which a...

Douglas Johnson Memorial Lecture 2019

The Society for the Study of French History and The Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France and Institut Français, Royaume-Uni present the Douglas Johnson Memorial Lecture, Monday 14th January 2019. Too hot to handle? Flora Tris...

ASMCF–SSFH Postgraduate Study Day 2019

Call for papers 2 March 2019 – All Souls College, University of Oxford Keynote: Dr. Antonia Wimbush, University of Birmingham Entre les couleurs et les visibles prétendus, on retrouverait le tissu qui les double, les souti...

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