The Society for French Historical Studies


 

ACTIVITIES

French Historical Studies (SFHS Journal, site at University of South Carolina)

Conferences

Past Conference Programs

Academic Prizes and Awards

Past Winners

GOVERNANCE

Executive Committee

Bylaws

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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE  2015-16

  • Katherine Crawford, Vanderbilt University, Incoming Co-President
  • Lauren Clay, Vanderbilt University, Incoming Co-President
  • Steven Zdatny, University of Vermont, Executive Director
  • Barry Bergen, Gallaudet University, Financial Officer
  • Linda L. Clark, Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Past
  • Executive Director
  • Kay Edwards, University of South Carolina, Co-Editor, FRENCH HISTORICAL
  • STUDIES
  • Carol Harrison, University of South Carolina, Co-Editor, FRENCH HISTORICAL
  • STUDIES
  • Bryant T. Ragan, Colorado College, Past President
  • Michel Hebert, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Second Past Co-President
  • Norman Ingram, Concordia University, Second Past Co-President
  • Roxanne Panchasi, Simon Fraser University, Member-at-Large
  • Jotham Parsons, Duquesne University, Member-at-Large
  • Christine Haynes, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Member-at-Large
  • David Kammerling Smith, Eastern Illinois University, H-France Representative
  • Lisa Leff, American University, Incoming Co-President
  • Katrin Schultheis, George Washington University, Incoming Co-President
  • Rene Marion, Bard College High School, Hotel Negotiator


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