About/ Qui sommes nous?

The Franco-British Network for Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Research aims to bring into dialogue scholars researching any aspect of France and/or the British Isles between 1600 and 1800. The network, organised in both French and English, will widen awareness of the kinds of research projects taking place into these two nations and will stimulate important dialogues between researchers. A clearly comparative interest, while welcomed, is by no means necessary, merely an interest in contextualising and sharing research is required. If you are interested in joining the network, please email francbritnetwork@gmail.com , please pass on to anyone who you think might be interested.
Le reseau franco-britannique des chercheurs du 17e et 18e siecles a pour but de faciliter des dialogues entre des chercheurs qui s’interessent a n’importe quel aspect de l’histoire de la France ou les iles Britanniques entre 1600 et 1800. Le reseau, qui sera organise en Anglais et Francais, va augmenter la connaissance des types des projets de recherche qui sont en train d’etre effectuer et va stimuler des discussions importantes entre chercheurs. Un interet clairement comparatif n’est pas necessaire, mais est bienvenu- on a seulement besoin d’un interet de contextualiser et partager la recherche. Si vous etes interesse a s’adherer au reseau contactez  francbritnetwork@gmail.com , pensez a distribuer ce message a tous qui pourraient etre interesses.
Background image is  Carte de la Manche, faite par ordre du Roy, pour la service de ses armées de mer (1692) from gallica.fr
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