University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

KEY PERSONNEL

Karen Fresco, director
Kate Freeman, secretary

CENTER STRUCTURE

The center is administered by the Department of French, which is part of the School of Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, located within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

PROFILE

The center partners with various departments in the University, with the Title VI centers (particularly with the European Union Center), and with International Programs and Studies. It fosters interdisciplinary projects by contributing seed funding and serves as a conduit for information to students, faculty, and the community at large about scholarships and grants, study abroad opportunities, and cultural events sent by the Services culturels at the consulate in Chicago and at the embassy in Washington, D. C. It encourages connections between research teams and universities in France and at the University of Illinois.

MAIN RESEARCH THEMES

-Francophonie(s) in a global world

-The construction of national identities

-Language policy

-The French intellectual tradition

-Visual culture, cinema studies

-Translation studies

CONTACT

http://www.french.illinois.edu/about/centre-pluri/

Department of French
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
School of Literatures, Cultures and Linguistic
2090 FLB, 707 S. Mathews Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign projects

Marcel Proust's World War I letters: a digital edition

Project

Marcel Proust's World War I letters: a digital editionProject2017 Project submitted by University of Illinois at Urbana | Embassy of France and La Mission du Centenaire's support: $ 16 000Project coordinator: Marcus KellerSummary of the Project

“New Publics and the Challenge of Free Speech in France and Europe”

Project

“New Publics and the Challenge of Free Speech in France and Europe”2016 Project submitted by University of Illinois at Urbana | Embassy of France support: $          6 800,00Project coordinator: Marcus KellerSummary of the Project

The Great War (1914-18): Experiences, Representations, Effects

Project

2014 Project submitted by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign | Total costs of the project: $30.000 | Embassy of France support: $8.700