The Society for the Study of French History, Seventeenth Annual Conference, Nottingham 10-11 April 2003
'France: Centres and Peripheries'
The broad theme that has been chosen for the 2003 conference is 'France: Centres and Peripheries'. This theme should be interpreted in the widest possible sense, covering not only traditional political and institutional issues as France evolved from the late medieval period onwards, but also wider social and cultural matters, the changing nature of provincial life and the role of other 'centres' beside Paris. Papers may be given in English or French. Those wishing to offer one(25-30 minutes) on a late medieval or early modern subject should contact Michael Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org); for later periods please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Accommodation and Booking details
The French History Society Annual Conference 2003 will be held in Florence Boot Hall of Residence, University of Nottingham, on 10 and 11 April 2003. Founded in 1928 by Florence Boot, wife of Jesse Boot the Chemist, as the first women's hall of residence on the main University campus, the hall provides excellent modern facilities in congenial surroundings. Accommodation will be in single study bedrooms.
Full residence and board - £80. This includes B&B accommodation for 10/11 April, two lunches, light refreshments, conference dinner and the conference fee.
10 April - £40 (including lunch, dinner and conference fee); £25 (lunch, light refreshments and fee only)
11 April - £ 25 (including lunch and conference fee); £15 (lunch and light refreshments only).
Visitor Information [link to university history website/this is nottingham]
Local organisers: Professor Michael Jones (email@example.com),
Dr Colin Heywood (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr Paul Smith (email@example.com)
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