The CFFS has launched a major research and teaching Initiative with the support of the Dean’s Office, and the Cultural Services of the Embassy of France.
A team of Humanities faculty is collaborating on 5 different projects : providing open-access to major collections in film, early modern literary manuscripts, ethnopsychiatry, poetry, and criticism. Digital in design, and experimental in format, it offers a palette of new resources to stimulate debate in the Humanities with French-speaking communities, as well as to advance new teaching models.
Please visit the FDH WebSite: http://www.francophonedh.com
As well as the pages of the individual projects below.
You are also invited to discover a new forum launched on our partner’s Website. DocDiDu will include discussion and exchange of information about various aspects of FDH that are shared with teams at Paris VII- Diderot, beginning with the Resnais Archipelago project.