Congratulations to graduate student Eric Essono Tsimi for the imminent publication of his new novel, "Les Ex ne meurent jamais," forthcoming from L'Orpailleur Press in a few short weeks!
UVa graduate student, Eric Essono Tsimi will have the imminent publication of his new novel "Les Ex ne meurent jamais," forthcoming from L'Orpailleur Press in a few short weeks! Congratulations Eric!
The Department of French is delighted to welcome Prof. Vincent Michelot, from Sciences Po in Lyon, who joins us this semester as a visiting professor teaching an undergraduate seminar on contemporary French politics and society.
The Department of French is delighted to welcome Prof. Vincent Michelot, from Sciences Po in Lyon, who joins us this semester as a visiting professor. Professor Michelot, a long-time friend of the department, is teaching an undergraduate seminar on contemporary French politics and society. He is also busy keeping French readers of Le Monde informed about the presidential transition of power here in the U.S.
New 4+1 M.A. Program in European Studies, under the direction of Prof. Janet Horne, is now accepting applications for fall 2017 enrollment
Professor Janet Horne, inaugural Director of European Studies is pleased to announce the launch of a new Interdisciplinary M.A. degree in European Studies at the University of Virginia.
Is Europe in Your Future? Make it Happen!
The M.A. in European Studies--with a 4+1 B.A./M.A. option-- trains students to think across disciplines and cultures and apply a diverse array of methodologies to the study of Europe in a global framework.
This program offers an intense, scholarly environment--including one semester of study in Europe-- that will challenge students and position them to be more successful in finding their place in the global workforce.
Current undergraduates should apply in the spring of their 3rd year. Deadline: May, 1, 2017
Check out the European Studies website: http://europeanstudies.as.virginia.edu/
A Workshop in Business French will be offered to PhD students, May 29-June 2. Deadline for applications January 31, 2017!
Published in L’Année stendhalienne (Paris: Honoré Champion, 15, 2016), all four contributions to the colloquium “Stendhal’s Many Lives”, which took place at the University of Virginia on September 19, 2014, were recently published in L’Année stendhalienne (Paris: Honoré Champion, 15, 2016). For the organisation of this colloquium, Antoine Guibal received generous funding from the Institute of the Humanities & Global Cultures and the Department of French at UVA.
Antoine GUIBAL (University of Virginia)
“Avant-propos” (p. 9)
Philippe BERTHIER (Sorbonne Nouvelle)
“Phares” (p. 15)
Philippe ROGER (EHESS/CNRS, University of Virginia)
“Vies majuscules, vies minuscules” (p. 27)
David F. BELL (Duke University)
“Les « Vies » de Stendhal, ou comment écrire une biographie pour devenir romancier ?” (p. 49)
Jacques NEEFS (Johns Hopkins University)
“Écrire de soi comme d’un autre, lire d’un autre comme de soi” (p. 65)
Sponsored by the UVA Department of French and the UVA Program in European Studies with special thanks to the International Rescue Committee (Charlottesville). These films invite dialogue about the urgent topic of migration and about the role that images and narratives play in bringing it more fully to our awareness.
Jennifer Tsien will give a public lecture at the University of Colorado-Boulder on Thursday, Sept. 22 on pro-French seditious speech and song in 1790’s Spanish Louisiana, titled “Of Songs, Rumors, and Suckling Pigs: the French Revolution Goes to the Americas.” She will also be giving a seminar on the Mississippi Bubble, conspiracy theories and rumor on Wednesday 21st of September.