Francophone Research Cluster

The Australian National University’s Francophone Research Cluster (FRC) is an interdisciplinary initiative that seeks to promote innovative research into all aspects of culture and society in France and the Francophone world.

History Reading Group
  • April 30th 2024: The Revolutionary Temper: Paris, 1748-1789 by Robert Darnton

The Revolutionary Temper: Paris, 1748–1789 eBook : Darnton, Robert:  Amazon.com.au: Kindle Store

  • May 14th 2024: The Rebel's Clinic. The Revolutionary Lives of Frantz Fanon by Adam Shatz

The Rebel's Clinic: The Revolutionary Lives of Frantz Fanon eBook : Shatz,  Adam: Amazon.com.au: Kindle Store

  • May 28th 2024: Beauty Is in the Street: Protest and Counterculture in Post-War Europe by Joachim C. Häberlen

Beauty Is In The Street: Protest and Counterculture in Post-War Europe

  • June 12th 2024: Race, Rights and Reform - Black Activism in the French Empire and the United States from World War I to the Cold War by Sarah C. Dunstan.

Race, Rights and Reform: Black Activism in the French Empire and the United  States from World War I to the Cold War

For further details and registration: https://events.humanitix.com/anu-history-reading-group

Members

Francophone Research Cluster members work together on French and Francophone-related research across the disciplines of History, Archaeology, Literature, Linguistics, Screen Studies, Digital Humanities, Law, Environmental Studies, Philosophy and Art History.

Derek Allan, independant researcher

Christopher Ballard, Associate Professor and Senior Fellow, School of Culture, History & Language, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

Leslie Barnes, Associate Professor of French Studies, School of Literature, Languages & Linguistics

Christina Clarke, Lecturer in Early Modern Art, Design and Material Culture, Centre for Art History and Art Theory, School of Art and Design

Ashok Collins, Senior Lecturer in French Studies, School of Literature, Languages & Linguistics

Tania Colwell, Visiting School Fellow, School of History

Alexander Cook, Lecturer in British History, School of History

Katherine Daniell, Professor, Fenner School of Environment and Society

Annabelle Doherty, Honorary Lecturer in French and Film Studies, School of Literature, Languages & Linguistics

Raelene Frances, Emeritus Professor of History, ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

Solène Inceoglu, Senior Lecturer in French Studies, School of Literature, Languages & Linguistics

Belle Joseph, Visiting Fellow, School of Literature, Languages & Linguistics

Gemma King, Senior Lecturer in French Studies, School of Literature, Languages & Linguistics

Mathieu Leclerc, Lecturer in Pacific Archaeology, ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences and ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

Ann-Sophie Levidis, Lecturer in French Studies, School of Literature, Languages & Linguistics

Desmond Manderson, Professor and Director, Centre for Law Arts and Humanities, ANU College of Law

Una McIlvenna, Australian Research Council Future Fellow 2023-2027, Senior Lecturer in English

Ben Mercer, Senior Lecturer in European History, School of History

Guillaume Molle, Senior Lecturer in Pacific Archaeology and Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow

Nicholas Moynihan, PhD Candidate, School of Music

Paul Pickering, Emeritus Professor, Director, Australian Studies Institute

Robert Wellington, Associate Professor, Centre for Art History & Art Theory, School of Art and Design

 

Contact

Dr Ann-Sophie Levidis
French Research Cluster Convenor

ann-sophie.levidis@anu.edu.au

 

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