Alison Levine comments on her paper published in Contemporary French Civilization and how she used Kudos to promote her paper, which is now the most viewed Liverpool University Press article on Kudos… I’ve just discovered that my article published in Contemporary French Civilization (CFC) in 2015, ‘Film, propaganda, and politics: La France est un empire, … Continue reading
We're looking forward to attending the Modern Languages Association conference 9 - 12th January 2020. Stop by our booth for discounts and to speak with editor Chloé Johnson about proposals.
This piece was originally published on The Conversation. Straddling the private and public domains, the early French women’s press – the various published journals and pamphlets that began to appear in the 18th and early 19th centuries – can provide a unique insight into women’s everyday struggles and successes during a particularly turbulent period in France’s … Continue reading
As LUP continues to celebrate its 120-year anniversary, this month we are focusing on the Eighteenth-Century. Siobhán McIlvanney's Figurations of the Feminine in the Early French Women's Press, 1758-1848 is the latest publication in our Eighteenth-Century Worlds series. The origins and early years of the French women’s press represent a pivotal period in the history of French women’s … Continue reading
Marine Ganofsky and Jean-Alexandre Perras are co-editors of Le Siècle de la légèreté: émergences d’un paradigme du XVIIIe siècle français, the April Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment volume, which analyses the importance and the different issues of the notion of lightness in the conceptions and the representations of eighteenth-century France. France is a light-hearted … Continue reading