dix-neuf

Multi-disciplinary discussion list on the French and Francophone nineteenth century

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The dix-neuf list aims to foster and aid the exchange of views on the artistic, literary, cultural, linguistic, historical and philosophical life of the nineteenth century. We invite every all dix-neuviémistes, whether postgraduate/independent researchers or academic staff, to take part in the debate and share your knowledge through this list. The list is bilingual; we welcome messages in English or French.

The list moderator is Greg Kerr.

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NEW: SDN Publication Prize 2016

From 2016, SDN will award an annual prize for the best journal article published by an early-career researcher in nineteenth-century French studies in the preceding year. More details here.

The Body, Paris 2016

The Society is delighted to announce that its 2016 conference will take place at the University of Kent at Paris on April 14-16. Details of the event can be found here.

2016 Postgraduate Prize

Are you a postgraduate presenting a paper at SDN's 2016 conference in Paris? Why not submit an entry for the Society's Postgraduate Prize?