The Western Society for French History

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Registration Forms and Conference Program Now Online!

Get ready for the 2014 Conference to be held November 13-14 in San Antonio. Click over to the Conferences page for registration, program, and hotel information.

Congratulations to the 2014 Prize Winners!

Millstone Fellowship: Elizabeth Everton, Concordia University. "National Heroines: Women and the Radical Right during the Dreyfus Affair"

Edward T. Gargan Prize: Whitney Abernathy, Boston College. "Religion, Sexuality, Power: The French in Morocco, 1900-1914"

Ronald S. Love Prize: Christina Carroll, UNC-Chapel Hill. "Defining 'Empire' under Napoleon III: Lucien-Anatole Prévost-Paradol and Paul Leroy-Beaulieu"

Millstone Prize: Linda Stratford, Asbury University. "Cadillacs, Jet Planes and H-Bombs: American Art in France Following the Liberation."

Election Results

Congratulations to our new Vice-President, Carolyn Eichner, of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Congratulations also to our new council members: Ellen Amster of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Sandra Ott of the University of Nevada-Reno; April Shelford of American Univeristy; Sarah Shurts of Bergen Community College; and Sean Takats of George Mason University.

Thanks to Outgoing Council Members

The following council members are thanked for their terms of service to the WSFH: Elisa Camiscioli of SUNY-Binghamton; Judith DeGroat of St. Lawrence University; Carolyn Eichner of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Matthew Gerber of the University of Colorado; Katherine Hamerton of Columbia College; Joelle Rollo-Koster of the University of Rhode Island; and Michael Vann of Sacramento State University.