Friends

Courtesy: Robin Sabot (Lyon-Exchange Student, 2016-17)

Lyon

Courtesy: Robin Sabot (Lyon-Exchange Student, 2016-17)

Lohr

UVa in Lyon 

Courtesy: Amanda Selsky (CLAS '17)

Learn about the summer program in Lyon and the semester and academic year in Lyon

J-Term 2014

Paris

Courtesy: Ari Blatt (Faculty)

Learn about the J-Term in Paris 

Spotlight

Mya Singleton

Congratulations to Mya Singleton French, major; Bioethics minor (2020) for receiving one of two Academic Achievement Abroad awards given by the Forum on Education Abroad for original research accomplished while a student at IFE's Strasbourg Field Study and Internship Program.

While in Strasbourg, Mya combined her studies in French and her passion for medical and health justice by joining a research team at the European Center for Research in Ethics. There, her work focused on the ethical considerations and ambiguities of "The Absence of Informed Consent in the Retroactive Use of Biological Material in Pathological Research". Her findings formed an important part of the grant submission for a large-scale investigation of a huge, unique holding of pathological tissue samples from the 19th and 20th century (housed at the University of Strasbourg), and have been published.

We are so happy to see your work recognized in this way, Mya!

New Courses

 

RACE in the US, France and the Francophone World: Intersections and Divergences


 

Students Speak! French at UVA

Professor Olivier Roy (European University) Lecture: "Populism and Christianity in Europe" in English

Professor Olivier Roy (European University Institute) gives a talk

"Populism and Christianity in Europe” in English

Tuesday October 15th 

Location Minor Hall 125 ; Reception at 5pm, talk at 5:30pm

co-roganized with “The initiative Religion, Politics and Conflicts” 

 

 

Hugh Davidson Essay Prize Deadline October 1, 2019

Hugh M. Davidson Essay Prize

The Hugh M. Davidson Essay Prize commemorates a beloved teacher and colleague who was also internationally admired for his scholarly publications, particularly on Blaise Pascal. 

The $500.00- prize will be offered once a year to an undergraduate student who is judged to have written a worthy essay on a subject in the field of medieval and early modern French literature and thought.  For the purposes of this competition, subjects will be considered acceptable if they concern writings in French prior to 1800.

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