News

07 February 2018

As part of its mission to promote French studies in the UK and Ireland, the Society for French Studies runs a number of funding schemes.

We are pleased to announce that, in order to increase their effectiveness, two of these schemes will now be operated on a rolling basis, with no fixed deadlines. Applications may now be made to the Research Support Fund and to the Conference and Workshop Funding Scheme at any time, up to a minimum of two months before the activity for which funding is sought. Click on the link below to find out more.

10 January 2018

The 2018 competition for the SFS Prize Research Fellowship is now open, with a deadline of 28 February 2018. 

04 December 2017

The Society’s annual prize for articles published by early career researchers is now open for submissions. 

28 November 2017

We are pleased to announce that the 2018 SFS postgraduate conference will take place at the IMLR, London, on 16 March 2018. 

30 October 2017

We are delighted to announce the winners of this year’s R. Gapper undergraduate essay prize. Submissions this year covered a wide range of periods and topics: literature, language and thought from the Medieval era to the 21st century; cinema; history; linguistics; politics; disability studies; critical theory.

14 September 2017

The Society awards an annual prize for an essay by a postgraduate student, on any subject within the scope of French studies. This year's competition is now open.

01 August 2017

The President of the Society for French Studies invites expressions of interest in the positions of General Editor and Co-Editors (2) of French Studies. The three positions are available from January 2019 when the current General Editor, Professor Tim Unwin, and one of the two currrent Co-Editors, Professor Russell Goulbourne, will both be standing down.

13 July 2017

Colleagues in French Studies are encouraged to apply for research funding relating to the MEITS project. MEITS is an exciting multidisciplinary project funded by the AHRC under its Open World Research Initiative (OWRI). It includes six research strands which explore multilingualism from a range of perspectives.

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