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30th Annual Conference of the
Society for the Study of French History

“High and Low Culture: Elite and Popular Constructions”

**Residential Conference Registration and participation in the Conference Dinner will close on Monday June 20th 2016.**

Colleagues already registered will find details of how to locate the University of Chichester, Chichester Bishop Otter Campus via the link below. All Campus booked accommodation is here and colleagues from the conference office will be available to help you from 12 noon on Sunday 3rd July; programmes and delegate registration will open from 1.30 pm via campus sign posting.

All panels, keynotes, etc. take place on campus. A map can be found here.

Colleagues who have selected to stay at The Harbour Hotel, North Street, Chichester, have already been guided and are reserved via the hotel.

Location:        

University of Chichester, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 6PE

Map here.

Schedule:       

July 3 to July 5, 2016

Registration Now Open

Speakers and audience can now register here for the conference.

Conference Programme

The conference programme is now available here and the poster is available here.

Invited speakers include Professor Margaret Atack (Leeds); Professor James B. Collins (Georgetown University, Washington); Professor Máire Cross (Newcastle); Professor Robert Gildea (University of Oxford); Professor Richard Golsan (Texas A&M); Professor Denis Melier (Poitiers); Benoît Peeters (independent scholar and biographer of Hergé, Paul Valéry, and Jacques Derrida); and, Professor Sylvie Lindeperg (Sorbonne, Paris 1)

Organisers:

Dr Mark Bryant

Professor Hugo Frey

Dr Andrew Smith (Society for the Study of French History/UCL)

 

30e Colloque annuel de la SSFH
Culture savante et culture populaire

Lieu du colloque:

University of Chichester, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 6PE

Dates :

du 3 au 5 juillet 2016


Ce colloque comptera, parmi ses invités d’honneur, les professeurs ; Margaret Atack (Leeds) James B. Collins (Georgetown University, Washington), Robert Gildea (University of Oxford), Máire Cross (Newcastle University), Richard Golsan (Texas A&M University), Denis Mellier (Poitiers), Sylvie Lindeperg (Sorbonne, Paris 1) ainsi que Benoît Peeters (chercheur indépendant et biographe d’Hergé, de Paul Valéry et de Jacques Derrida).


Organisateurs:     

Dr Mark Bryant

Prof. Hugo Frey

Dr Andrew Smith (Society for the Study of French History/UCL)

 

 

 

Past Annual Conferences:

29th Annual Conference at University of St Andrews.
Theme: Turning Points in French History
[conference programme and details]

28th Annual Conference at St John’s College, Durham, from 10-12 July 2014.
Theme: History and the Senses
[conference programme and details]

27th Annual Conference at Cardiff University, Sunday 30 June to Tuesday 2 July 2013.
Theme: Solidarities, Entanglements and Conflict in French History.
[conference programme]

26th Annual Conference at King’s Manor, University of York, 1-3 July 2012.
Theme: France and Its Neighbours: Towards a Transnational History
[conference programme]
[watch video of plenary speakers]

25th Annual Conference at Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, 14-15 July 2011.
Theme: Celebrating France
[conference overview] [draft programme].

24th Annual Conference at Newcastle University on 27-29 June 2010.
[Programme] [Abstract]

23rd Annual Conference at Trinity College Dublin, 29-30 June 2009
[Programme] [Conference Website]

22nd Annual Conference at the University of Aberystwyth, 3-4 July 2008
[Programme] [Abstract]

21st Annual Conference at the University of St Andrews, 1-3 July 2007
[Programme] [Conference Website]

20th Annual Conference at the University of Sussex, 3-4 July 2006
[Programme] [Abstract]

19th Annual Conference at the University of Southampton, 4-5 July 2005
[Programme] [Abstract]

18th Annual Conference at the University of Warwick, 1-2 April 2004
[Programme] [Abstract]

17th Annual Conference at the University of Nottingham, 10-11 April 2003
[Programme] [Abstract]

16th Annual Conference
2002 Programme

15th Annual Conference
2001 Programme

14th Annual Conference
2000 Programme

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1st Annual Conference at the University of Liverpool, April 1987.
Theme: 'The Growth of the French State'.

 

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