This University Seminar, established in 2005, hosts scholars from around the globe to discuss topics related to Early Modern France (1500-1800).
This University Seminar, established in 2014, brings together scholars in the humanities and the social sciences to study the transnational material, intellectual and symbolic exchanges that have characterized the regions that once composed successive French empires since the seventeenth century.
Founded in 1913, the Maison Française continues to play an important role in promoting scholarship about and interest in France and the French-speaking world.
The Romanic Review, founded by Henry Alfred Todd in 1910, is a journal devoted to the study of Romance literatures and published quarterly.
This Center, founded in 1997, manages the undergraduate major in French and Francophone Studies, and fosters interdisciplinary research and teaching about France and the French-speaking world.