Contemporary French Civilization (CFC), published by Liverpool University Press, is pleased to announce the results of our 11th Annual Lawrence R. Schehr Memorial Award competition for the best conference paper submitted by a junior colleague in the field of contemporary French and Francophone civilization and cultural studies.
Liverpool University Press to publish CFC Intersections from 2022, a journal devoted to intersectional French and Francophone studies
We are very pleased to announce the launch of CFC Intersections, a new sister journal to Contemporary French Civilization (CFC). The new journal aims to provide a new publishing outlet for scholarship related to intersectionality and the broader associated notion of intersections in French and Francophone studies. CFC Intersections will be edited by Denis Provencher … Continue reading
‘Rin-Tin-Tin and the Cancan’
In his new book, Montmartre: A Cultural History, Nicholas Hewitt delves into the history of the neighbourhood to discover how the bohemian cultural hub pioneered the new the avant-garde in painting, theatre and literature. ‘What is Montmartre? Nothing. What must it be? Everything’, proclaimed Rodolphe Salis in 1881, when his cabaret Le Chat Noir launched an … Continue reading