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The University Seminar on Early Modern France

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The Department of French and Romance Philology at Columbia University is pleased to welcome you to the Members' web site for the University Seminar on Early Modern France.

A long-standing voice within the Department, the University Seminar on Early Modern France began as a graduate student-run group known as the "Salon." Established as a University Seminar in 2005 and continuing a successful format of informal discussion, meetings are held bi-weekly to host scholars from around the globe and discuss topics related to Early Modern France. Feel free to contact Benjamin Young, the Seminar rapporteur, if you have any questions.

To learn more, please view the Seminar Information section.

Please note that the University Seminar on Early Modern France is not open to the public. If you are a member of the Columbia community - or the scholarly community at large - and are interested in our events, please visit our Membership Information page.

 

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