Several slots in the conference programme are dedicated to PG poster sessions, but posters will be displayed from Monday morning onwards to allow other conference participants to fully take in your work and have the chance to discuss it with you. This is the ideal opportunity to get feedback: it is more informal than most academic events and allows for constructive, friendly conversations about your present work and your future research.
A jury of three researchers will award a prize of £100 for the best poster on display.
As of every year, students presenting a poster will be offered the opportunity to reflect on their experience at the Conference in a report published in the French Studies Bulletin.
Present your research in less than 5 minutes and get feedback from scholars from your field of study! You can give a general overview of your research, or you could talk around an academic poster or a PowerPoint presentation: it is entirely up to you! This is a great opportunity to practice pitching a new project (PhD, postdoc…), or to test a specific argument of your research.
To take part, please fill in the form below and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org; submissions are open until 1 May 2019. Informal enquiries are also very welcome.