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Prix RH Gapper BOURASSA ANDRE G



Bonjour!
Voici une annonce qui intéressera sûrement certains de nos membres Rien
ne spécifie cependant s'il peut s'agir d'un "livre" électronique, ce qui
pourtant devient de plus en plus fréquent.
Amitiés, André G. Bourassa.

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Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2002 11:54:21 -0500 (EST)
From: Emer O'Beirne <Emer.OBeirne@ucd.ie>

Le Prix R. H. Gapper de la Society for French Studies (Grande-
Bretagne et Irlande) est décerné chaque année au meilleur livre
traitant d'un aspect des études françaises et francophones, et
publié au cours de l'année précédente par un chercheur travaillant
en Grande-Bretagne ou en  Irlande.


Le lauréat du Prix RH Gapper 2001 est le Professeur David
Baguley (Durham, Grande-Bretagne) pour son livre Napoleon III and
his Régime: An Extravaganza (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State
University Press, 2000). La Société vous serait très reconnaissante
de bien vouloir transmettre cette nouvelle à vos lecteurs dans un
prochain numéro de Libération.

Veuillez trouver ci-dessous un communiqué de presse (en anglais,
malheureusement) de la part de la Society for French Studies à
propos du prix et de son lauréat 2001.

En vous remerciant d'avance de votre aimable coopération, je vous
prie d'agréer, Monsieur/Madame, l'expression de mes sentiments
les plus distingués.

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Press release

12 December 2002

R. H. Gapper Book Prize awarded to David Baguley

The Society for French Studies is delighted to announce the  award
of the 2001 R.H.Gapper Book Prize to David Baguley,  for his
book Napoleon III and his Régime: An Extravaganza,  published by
Louisiana State University Press in 2000. The award,  which is for
the best book published by a scholar working in  Britain or Ireland
in French studies in the year 2000, was made by  the Editors of
the journal French Studies (published by Oxford  University Press
on behalf of the Society), together with Mr Richard Gapper,
representing the R.H.Gapper Charitable Trust.

David Baguley’s book was selected from a very distinguished  field
of works published in 2000. The judges praised its  simultaneously
scholarly yet highly readable presentation of new  insights into the
régime of Napoleon III and the wider culture of  the period. It is both
a witty description of the foibles and  achievements of the emperor
and an absorbing account of life and  letters in France in the 1850s
and 1860s.

The R. H. Gapper Book Prize is an annual prize for books  in the
field of French studies and is awarded at the Society’s  annual
conference to a scholar based in an institution of higher  education
in Britain or Ireland published in the previous calendar  year (the
next award will be for books published in 2001). All  books sent for
review to French Studies which meet these  criteria are considered
for the prize. The award will be made to  Professor Baguley at the
2002 conference, which will take place  at the University of Bristol,
1–3 July 2002.

Professor David Baguley is a member of the Department  of French,
University of Durham, and is the author of several  books on Émile
Zola and French Naturalism.

The Society for French Studies is the leading scholarly
organization in French in Britain and Ireland, bringing together
academics working in all aspects of the subject: French language,
literature, thought, cultural studies. French Studies is the prime
English-language journal in the discipline, publishing articles and
reviews spanning all areas of the subject, including language and
linguistics (historical and contemporary), all periods and aspects of
 literature in France and the French-speaking world, thought and
the history of ideas, cultural studies, film, and critical theory. The
journal’s review section is unmatched in its breadth and its quality
providing prompt coverage of work published in French, English,
German and Italian.


For further information about the Society for French  Studies, please
contact Dr Emer O’Beirne, Department of  French, University
College Dublin
(phone: 00 353 1 7068515;  email: publicity@sfs.ac.uk ).

Books submitted for review in French Studies should be addressed
to:


General Editor,
French Studies,
Taylor Institution,
St Giles,
Oxford, OX1 3NA
England



Dr Emer O'Beirne
Dept. of French
University College Dublin
Belfield
Dublin 4

Tel.: 00 353 1 7168515/7168304
Fax:  -------- 7161175

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