- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Foreword: Baroness Jean Coussins Chair of the All-party Parliamentary Group on Modern Languages
- Foreword: His Excellency Bernard Ernié French Ambassador to the UK
- 1 Introduction
- 2 A Short History of French Studies in the UK
- 3 The exception anglo-saxonne? Diversity and Viability of French Studies in the UK
- 4 Why French Studies Matters: Disciplinary Identity and Public Understanding
- 5 Learning from France: The Public Impact of French Scholars in the UK since the Second World War
- 6 Gender and the French Language: The longue durée of French Studies in the UK
- 7 Contemporary Women's Writing in French: Future Perspectives in Formal and Informal Research Networks
- 8 French Studies and Discourses of Sexuality
- 9 Integrated Learning: Teaching Literature in French
- 10 Oxford, Theatre and Quarrels
- 11 Defining (or Redefining) Priorities in the Curriculum When the Good Times have Flown
- 12 French Linguistics Research and Teaching in UK and Irish HE Institutions
- 13 The Rise of Translation
- 14 Teaching and Research in French Cinema1
- 15 Popular Culture, the Final Frontier: How Far Should We Boldly Go?
- 16 An Area Studies Approach in European and Global Contexts: French Studies in Portsmouth
- 17 French Studies and the Postcolonial: The Demise or the Rebirth of the French Department?
- 18 The Development of War and Culture Studies in the UK: From French Studies, Beyond, and Back Again
- 19 French Studies at the Open University: Pointers to the Future
- 20 Opportunities and Challenges of Technologically Enhanced Programmes: Online and Blended Learning at King's College London
- 21 French Studies and Employability at Home and Abroad: General Reflections on a Case Study
- 22 Sartre in Middlesex, De Beauvoir in Oxford: The Contribution of the ASMCF to the Study of France
- 23 Culturetheque: A New Tool for French Culture
- Appendix 1 Opening Speech. A Vast and Dynamic Field of Research and Teaching
- Appendix 2 A View from France
HE M. Maurice Gourdault-Montagne Ambassador of France to the UK
- French Studies in and for the Twenty-first Century
- Liverpool University Press
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