It's been a busy week for our French department researchers! Catch up on what's been going on, (and don't miss this evening's talk):

Dr Amanda Crawley Jackson's Furnace Park project which showcases research into French theories of urban regeneration and community arts projects has made the national press in the Times Higher last week (Thurs 31 Oct). Read Matthew Reisz's article & interview here: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/sheffields-furnace-park-forges-scholarly-collaboration/2008522.article

Prof. David Walker's research on Albert Camus has led to him being interviewed on national radio for the Camus centenary - catch up on yesterday's brilliant BBC Radio 3 programme & interview here (Sun 3 Nov): http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03g2r5j (or on iPlayer).

Dr Julia Dobson's work on French documentary film practice sees her giving a free talk about Chris Marker at The Showroom this evening (Mon 4 Nov) - to accompany two rare screenings of his socially radical films. A unique opportunity not to miss! Info here: http://www.showroomworkstation.org.uk/beseeingyou

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