We seek to place the history of France in its broadest global context. We welcome the engagement of all who are interested in the history of France, amateurs, professionals… and simply francophone enthusiasts. We particularly appreciate the involvement of UK and Irish teachers and secondary school students.
Membership of the Society carries the automatic benefits of subscription to the society journal, French History. This appears four times a year, and contains almost 600 pages a year of the latest French historical research and a quarterly newsletter featuring the Society’s activities.
It also enables you to apply for the Society’s grants and bursaries and obtain copies of the society’s monograph series ‘Studies on Modern French and Francophone History’ at 35% reduction in published price. Details of how to join are available from here.
Professor Penny Roberts,
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In the latest Hors d’Oeuvres post about the new issue of the journal, Terry Cudbird
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In the second hors d’oeuvre post about our new June issue, we caught up with