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Course Guide - French 307: Paris Maymester 2021 -: Home

A companion research resource for French Course 307, Maymester 2021: Public Memory and the Ghosts of History

Welcome

Nora_Vol_1_819oj6J-p Welcome to this Course Research Guide which aims to provide access to various resources that support the many aspects of French 307: Paris Maymester 2021, Public memory  and the Ghosts of History, which, as noted in your syllabus, explores: 

"(...) ghostly figures of the past that are left behind, or that emerge, within the cultural spaces of the French République. We will set out not so much to summon or even to search for these ghosts, but rather to develop a critical approach to historical and cultural texts that will prepare us to encounter them, first-hand (...) [and] make sense of these spectral encounters, constructing new meanings around questions of loss, trauma, and political violence." 

An essential Research Guide for you to use, together with this Guide is the French Field Examination - Research Guide, which substantially complements the information in this Guide.

Please note: At this time, physical access to materials is unavailable. See: Spring 2021 at the USC Libraries. Hence, in this guide, books available in our extensive collection of French publications is limited to books with online access.

For a complete listing of free E-books collections at USC Libraries, see our Research Guide,  E-Books: Free E-Books Online.

Requests for chapters in print books and for articles will continue to be filled from USC print resources if available. For more information see: Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery (IDD): COVID-19 and IDD

If you have suggestions about this guide's contents, or to share any ideas that may enhance this guide, please contact me - dmihram@usc.edu -       

Le Salon Mondial du Tourisme - Tourisme de Mémoire

[Video] Lieux de mémoire : 12 milions de visiteurs - Mise à jour  : 23/03/2015 (2:21 mins.)  - Le Salon mondial du tourisme, qui a eu lieu du 19 au 22 mars [2014] à Paris, compte un espace dédié au tourisme de mémoire depuis trois ans. Le stand du ministère de la Défense a été inauguré, jeudi 19 mars, par Jean-Marc Todeschini, secrétaire d’État auprès du ministre de la Défense, chargé des Anciens Combattants et de la Mémoire, et Mathias Fekl, secrétaire d’État chargé du commerce extérieur, de la promotion du tourisme et des Français de l’étranger. L'occasion pour le secrétaire d’État de souligner l'intérêt des touristes pour les lieux de mémoire.

Guides

Research Guides about Collections and Library Services

USC Libraries Homepage  - Start your research, check library hours, or reserve a study room. 

Ask A Librarian Help  (USC) - Search our Frequently Asked Questions, chat instantly with a librarian, or find a subject librarian. 

Library Terminology - Find words commonly used at USC Libraries using this glossary

USC Libraries Search, Users' Guide: Get HelpThis guide provides information about using the new USC Libraries Integrated Library Management system, Primo.

Research Guides to Films:

Feature Films Available In Streaming: Introduction

Streaming Media (Videos & Music): Streaming Media Description & Access

Guide from the Association of College and Research Libraries - French Studies Research Guide - Scholarly resources in French Studies, including those covering Belgium, Canada, France, Luxembourg, Monaco, and Switzerland. The resources organized here are all freely available and have undergone a selection and evaluation process.

Danielle Mihram, Ph.D.

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Danielle Mihram
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Leavey Library, LVL114
dmihram@usc.edu

Subject Specialties:
---Digital Humanities.
---Project building and leadership, Digital Humanities.
---French and Italian Languages and Literatures.
---Manuscript Studies.
---Voltaire and the Enlightenment.


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