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Originating in 2009, H-France Salon is a multimedia journal of French Studies in its broadest sense, encompassing history, literature, cinema, art history, theory, and culture. Salons have included debates and collective reassessments of critical, methodological, and professional issues in our fields, tributes to influential individuals, recordings of conference presentations, webinars, and innovative blog projects. We welcome proposals that build on these initiatives or take us in new directions. Please contact us with ideas. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Volume 13, Issue 1
Webinar: “NCFS in Captivity: Reframing Japonisme”
December 18, 2020
Following the postponement of the Nineteenth-Century French Studies Association’s annual colloquium, Rachel Mesch (Yeshiva University), Masha Belenky (George Washington University), and Susan McCready (University of South Alabama) arranged a series of conversations about new and forthcoming books relating to nineteenth-century France.
In the fifth webinar of the series, Elizabeth Emery (Montclair State University) discusses her book Reframing Japonisme: Women and the
Asian Art Market in Nineteenth-Century France, 1853-1914 (New York: Bloomsbury, 2020) with Willa Z. Silverman (The Pennsylvania State University).
Earlier “NCFS in Captivity” Webinars
Victims of the Book (H-France Salon, Volume 12, Issue 12)
François Proulx in conversation with Melanie Hawthorne
Before Trans (H-France Salon, Volume 12, Issue 11)
Rachel Mesch in conversation with Kirstin Ringelberg
Vénus Noire (H-France Salon, Volume 12, Issue 10)
Robin Mitchell in conversation with Pratima Prasad
The Betrayal of the Duchess (H-France Salon, Volume 12, Issue 9)
Maurice Samuels in conversation with Andrew Counter
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