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Mar 08
The 64th annual meeting of the Society for French Historical Studies will take place in Downtown Pittsburgh at the
Mar 20
Le’mil Eiland will lead a theatrical workshop entitled “Performing Francophone Geographies,” followed by a brief recap
Mar 20
Please note change of venue and earlier start time with respect to FRIT events flyer information. After a
Mar 20
Prof. Watts’ talk is drawn from a manuscript in progress, “Water Narratives: Imagining Global Environmental Change in the

News

Prof. James Coleman has co-edited (with Andrea Moudarres, UCLA) Luigi Pulci in Renaissance Florence and Beyond: New Perspectives on his Poetry and Influence (Brepols).

Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski, Distinguished Professor of French, has been elected as an Officer of the Medieval Academy of America. She will serve on the Academy's Council, its primary governing body, for three years, culminating in 2020-2021 when she will serve as President of the Academy.

Congratulations to our colleague David Pettersen, who has been admitted to the Ordre des Palmes​ Académiques by the French Ministry of Education.

We are delighted to announce that our colleague Todd Reeser is the recipient of the Phyllis Goodhart Gordan Book Prize for Setting Plato Straight. This is the first time...