Supported by the Carolina Seminars program, the Triangle French History and Culture Seminar brings together colleagues from UNC, Duke, NCSU and other local institutions for lively discussions of new scholarship in all areas of French and francophone history, culture, literary studies, and art history, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary research. Topics of recent and/or frequent discussion include French social movements and their legacies, the French empire, and French-American intellectual exchanges, among other subjects. We meet approximately once a month during the academic year at the National Humanities Center.
To join our mailing list, please contact one of the co-conveners:
Michael Garval, French, NC State
Ellen Welch, Romance Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill