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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** NEWS **
Annual Conference 2014
The Society of Dix-Neuviémistes will hold its twelfth annual conference entitled 'The Emotions' at the University of Sheffield in March 2014. The call for papers is available here.
SDN Postgraduate Prize 2013
The winner of this year's prize was Edmund Birch (Cambridge) while papers by Valentina Gosetti (Oxford) and Sven Greitchus (Bangor) were also highly commended. Congratulations to all!
Exeter 2013 Podcasts
Current members of SDN can now access recordings of papers by our three plenary speakers at the Exeter 2013 conference. For further details of the benefits of membership and to access these recordings, click here.
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