French History Workshop

French conferenceOn Saturday 10th May, from 9am to 6.15pm, the Centre for French History and Culture will be hosting a workshop entitled France and the Mediterranean World in the Reign of Louis XIV. The event will take place in Room 1.10, St Katharine’s Lodge on the Scores (School of History). The programme can be accessed here and all interested parties are warmly welcome to attend – please contact the principal organiser, John Condren, ( by 1pm on Friday 9th May if you are likely to be coming. The plenary speaker will be Dr David Parrott (New College, Oxford).

This workshop is generously sponsored by the Society for the Study of French History and by the School of History.

About standrewshistory
With over forty full time members of staff researching and teaching on European, American and Asian history from the dawn of the Middle Ages to the present day, the School of History at the University of St Andrews has one of the finest faculty and diverse teaching programmes of any School of History in the English speaking world. The School boasts expertise in Mediaeval and Modern History, from S cotland to Byzantium and the Americas to the Middle East and South Asia.Thematic interests include religious history, urban history, transnationalism, historiography and nationalism. The School of History prides itself on small group teaching and tutorials allowing for in depth study and supervision tailored to secure the best from each student. Cutting edge research combined with teaching excellence offer a dynamic and intellectually stimulating environment for the study of History.

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