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ASMCF Annual conference 2020: online 10-11 September

Annual Conference: Exile, Home and Belonging. Online conference 10-11 September 2020. We are delighted that the annual conference of the ASMCF will go ahead online in September. The event was due to be held at the University of Leeds and we tha...

Teaching La Haine Virtual Special Issue for teachers and students

We are delighted to launch the first of our virtual special issues of the journal Modern and Contemporary France on the theme of 'Teaching Kassovitz's La Haine.' The Virtual Special Issue is ideal for teachers of A-Level and their students and can...

ASMCF activities during the Covid-19 pandemic

ASMCF activities during the Covid-19 pandemic We are conscious that many of our members will have been experiencing very difficult and trying conditions over the past few days, and that the current situation is likely to continue for some time. Th...

Douglas Johnson Memorial Lecture 2020

The Douglas Johnson Memorial Lecture for 2020, organised in conjunction with the Society for the Study of French History (SSFH), will take place on Monday 13 January 2020. Professor Debra Kelly (Westminster, UK) will deliver the lecture entitled 'Din...

Call for Papers: ASMCF–SSFH Postgraduate Study Day 2020

Call for papers 7 March 2020 – The Graduate School, Queen’s University, Belfast Keynote: Dr Hannah Grayson, University of Stirling   « Chaque parole a des retentissements. Chaque silence aussi. » Jean-Paul Sartre, ‘Présentation des Tem...

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