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 Valentina Gosetti.
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** NEWS **
SDN Publication Prize Results 2016
Many congratulations to Claire White (winner), Philippa Lewis (highly commended) and Robert St. Clair (highly commended)! More details here.
Spleen et idéal, Canterbury 2017
The Society is delighted to announce that its 2017 conference will take place at the University of Kent at Canterbury on April 10-12. Details of the event can be found here.
2016 Postgraduate Prize
Warmest congratulations to Allison Deutsch (winner) and Stacie Allan (highly commended)! More details here.
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