New York University

KEY PERSONNEL

Tom Bishop, Director
Sandra Adams, Administrator
Lise Landeau, Administrative Aide

CENTER STRUCTURE

The Center coordinates the four French activities of New York University: The Department of French; the Institute of French Studies; La Maison Française; New York University in France.

PROFILE

The Center is the focal point within New York University of all French activities—academic, research, cultural, extracurricular. It is equally the focal point for inter university contacts, both within the network and beyond it.

MAIN RESEARCH THEMES

Within the framework of the network, the Center’s principal research and outreach activities are focused on the culture, literature, civilization (politics, history, institutions, society) of modern and contemporary France, that is, from the beginning of the 20th Century to the present.
The Department of French’s research activities include every area of French literature, especially the Middle Ages and the 19th Century (in addition to contemporary). The additional areas for the Institute of French Studies include the 19th Century, questions of immigration, and post-colonial studies. New York University in France organizes a number of research seminars in film, literature, and civilization and specializes in Franco-American relations. La Maison Française is the site for our public activities in New York.

Contact

http://french.as.nyu.edu/page/center

Center for french Civilization and culture
19 University Place, Room 600
New York, NY 10003-4556

New York University projects

Re-Thinking literature

Project

2013 Project submitted by New York University Total costs of the project: $48.950 Embassy of France support: $25.000 Partners: - New York University – Dept of French - Florence Gould Foundation - Institut Francais