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If you have an idea or wish to launch a project/conference/workshop/event, we would be happy to give you any support we can: putting you in touch with scholars, pointing you towards specialists who we have previously worked with, advertising your project, etc. Please contact either Ludivine Broch ( or Alison Carroll (

On our Blog, we also welcome contributions from postgraduate students, early-career researchers, established scholars and other academic experts on a range of topics. Please contact either Ludivine Broch ( or Alison Carroll ( if you would like to contribute to one of the topics below:

– advice for doctoral and post-doctoral researchers on career, publications, interviews, teaching…

– archives you have used and found particularly useful/interesting/traumatic

– women in academia

– seminars, conferences, events you wish to advertise

– useful teaching materials for non-French speaking students (primary sources especially welcome)

– your recent publications

– other ideas welcome.

Note: if you have your own blog/have contributed to a blog and want a post to be advertised on our blog in order to increase visibility, do not hesitate to email either Ludivine Broch ( or Alison Carroll (


One Reply to “Join Us”

  1. I am an amateur historian & have been recently adding books on French history to my library. I would be pleased to receive any newsletters you have. The interview with Sian Reynolds was most enjoyable to read.
    I do have a question to pose to your society: In my research of the French Revolution, I noted that historians in the 19th century to the eve of the First World War on the subject of the French Revolution is quite different from the historians in the 20th century. Is it because of influences from the German “Critical Methods” or from the French “Annales” school or something totally different?

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