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Le Don du Livre in Charleston

Book Event Aims to Share French Culture, Language Le Don du livre, pour partager la culture et la langue françaises September 24, 2019  Like Amanda Kerr There’s more to learning a language than just saying the right words. To really... Continue Reading →

Les Archives Nationales

Profitez des archives nationales MOYEN ÂGE et RENAISSANCE Portails de  ressources Biblissima : patrimoine écrit du Moyen Age et de la Renaissance en Occident, VIIIe-XVIIIe siècle Cartulaire de Nesle ELEC (ENC) : édition en ligne de l'École nationale des chartes Etudes angevines... Continue Reading →

Le Don du Livre AMOPA

Le Tonnerre Du Livre (The Thunderstorm of A Book) by David Desplaces, D12, SO-Ops French ship Tonnerre (L9014) an amphibious assault helicopter carrier of the Marine Nationale (French Navy) made port of call in Charleston June 21 to 27, 2019 with a very... Continue Reading →

Delphine Minoui @CofC

Award-Winning Author and Journalist Delphine Minoui I’am Writing you from Tehran Tuesday, April 09, 2019 – 5 pm – Jewish Studies Center 333 Delphine Minoui, a renown French Journalist, “Honor” at the CELSA Journalism School in Paris and graduated on... Continue Reading →

Cultivating Soft Skills with an Undergraduate Academic Journal

Michael S. Overholt, PhD Episode 4 – Juliette Bourdier – Cultivating Soft Skills with an Undergraduate Academic Journal in French   I recently sat down with Dr. Juliette Bourdier to discuss an undergraduate journal she has created for second language... Continue Reading →

Les miracles de Notre Dame, Colloque

INSTITUT CATHOLIQUE DE RENNES Bruz 21-23 mars 2019 In English et en Français plus bas In the twelfth century there appeared—first in Anglo-Norman England then on the European continent—collections of miracle-tales about the Virgin Mary, in Latin and then in... Continue Reading →

A must-have, Medieval Paris

Using a rich database of written and iconographic documents, Grez resurface in computer graphics historic places, at the closest of what they were in the past. NEW DVD Paris Médiéval au fil de l'eau is amazing, Paris along the Seine... Continue Reading →

French and British national llibraries to team up on the digital field

The British Library, the Bibliothèque nationale de France and The Polonsky Foundation have teamed up to create two websites that will provide digital access to 800 medieval manuscripts. The websites will be launched next month. http://www.bnf.fr/en/professionals/national_cooperation/a.gallica_shared_digitization.html https://gallica.bnf.fr/html/und/manuscrits/ http://www.manuscrits-france-angleterre.org/ It is... Continue Reading →

La formule au Moyen Age

La 4e édition du Colloque Interdisciplinaire sur la Formule au Moyen Âge se tiendra au Centre d’Etudes Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale, à Poitiers (France) du 13 au 15 juin 2018. Programme Pour sa quatrième édition, le colloque bisannuel sur la... Continue Reading →

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