Panagiotis Georgakakis is a fourth year PhD candidate in the School of History, Reformation Studies at the University of St. Andrews. Here he talks about his research on Huguenot gazettes at the University of Leiden library and the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
Sarah Lund (Harvard University) works on female printmakers during the long revolutionary period of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century France. Here, she discusses her research at the Centre de documentation of the Louvre Museum in Paris.
Ben Goff is a PhD Candidate at Florida State University. Here he talks about using the archives at the Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution at Florida State University.
Sophie Tunney is a fifth year PhD candidate in the history department at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Here she talks about using the Fonds André Thouin at the Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle
Ashley Valanzola is a doctoral candidate in History at George Washington University. Her research considers the role of women, such as Simone Veil and Sabine Zlatin, in preserving Holocaust memory. Here she talks about using the archives of the Mémorial de la Shoah.
John William Sutcliffe IV is a postgraduate researcher at the University of Leeds. His research explores the means by which senior military officers negotiated the armed forces’ adaptation to the ‘atomic age’ under the Fourth Republic. Here he discusses the primary-source material available to historians at the Archives nationales’ Pierrefitte-sur-Seine site.
Annalisa Nicholson is a PhD Student in the French department at the University of Cambridge. Her research examines Hortense Mancini and her salon in Restoration London. Here she talks about the archive of the French Protestant Church, London.
Ariel Mond is a doctoral candidate at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, where she studies modern European and global history. Here she talks about using the archives of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva.
Joseph Gagné is a post-doctoral researcher affiliated with the University of Windsor. His work focuses on the French Regime in North America, and in particular, the Seven Years War. Here he talks about the material available for historians of France at the Chicago History Museum
Sam Young is a second-year PhD student in the School of Modern Languages at Cardiff University. His research explores the role of Social Catholic associations in the development of mass urban housing in France after the Second World War. Here he talks about the material available at the British Library for historians of France and the Francophone World.