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  • La 2e conférence FLEUR se déroulera en personne le lundi 9 septembre 2024 à l’Université de Liverpool. Le bureau de FLEUR collabore actuellement avec le comité local dirigé par Émeline Morin pour organiser la conférence. Nous avons publié l’appel à communications : Annual Conference – fleurnetwork.org

Février 2024

Concerns about the closure of modern languages at the University of Lincoln

We are deeply troubled to once again issue a message expressing concern with regards to the possible round of redundancies in the Modern Languages Department at the University of Lincoln which could lead to the disappearance of language learning and teaching in this institution. The frequency of these announcements highlights the precarious state of the sector; and highlights how important it is for us to stand united in the face of these challenges.  

Please share your support and concern by signing the petition: https://www.change.org/p/concerns-about-the-closure-of-modern-languages-at-the-university-of-lincoln

Save Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Subjects at the University of Kent

FLEUR is deeply concerned with the recent news of the threat of closure or phasing out of several Humanities departments at the University of Kent, including that of the Modern Languages department. FLEUR urges the University of Kent leadership to reconsider a decision that would not only jeopardise disciplines essential to comprehending and navigating the world but that would also have an immediate impact on the lives of many colleagues and both current and future students. We invite our members and fellow colleagues to join us in signing the following petition in support of this cause: https://www.change.org/p/save-arts-humanities-and-social-sciences-subjects-at-the-university-of-kent 

Décembre 2023

Le comité et les membres de FLEUR ont constitué et lancé les groupes de travail (SIG) suivants :

Grammaire – Linguistique  Mélanie Jolivet-Bâlon  University of Warwick
Evaluation  Ana Zeron University of Edinburgh
Ab initio  Karima Gaci University of Leeds
Décolonisation  Catherine Franc University of Manchester
Technologies  Christopher da Silva  University of Essex
Langue inclusive Dominique Carlini-Versini Durham University
Variétés du français  Émeline MorinUniversity of Liverpool

Septembre 2023