European Pluralities

Series published by the Center for French Culture and Francophone Studies at the University of Warsaw as part of the 4EU+ “Francophone Dimension” project.

The scientific and academic cooperation between France and Poland is gaining new momentum with the 4EU+ Alliance. The Center for French Culture and Francophone Studies at the University of Warsaw is committed to its implementation by coordinating within the University the "European Pluralities" network, which includes three projects: "Central European Studies", "Memory Studies” and “Dimension Francophone”. With the latter project, the Center contributes to the promotion of French-language human and social sciences in Poland and throughout the Central European region and solidifies interest in the Francophonie as a cultural phenomenon and scientific tool. These objectives are reflected in the “European Pluralities” series created in 2019 as an extension of the Cahiers de Varsovie (1972–2007; 26 vols.) and thus falling within the long tradition of high-quality French-language publishing by the Center for French Culture and Francophone Studies. It is an interdisciplinary series devoted to innovative French-language research in the humanities and social sciences in the geographical area of Europe and within the international academic perspective.

The “European Pluralities” is an open access series, offering thematic issues, post-conference publications and monographies resulting from international conferences co-organized by the Center for French Culture and Francophone Studies and its partner institutions. The series also welcomes submission of scientific articles on various issues in the field of humanities and social sciences.

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Joan Didion
Joan Didion
  • Joan Didion to wybitna postać amerykańskiej sceny literackiej drugiej połowy XX wieku i przełomu stuleci, powieściopisarka, dziennikarka, eseistka i autorka scenariuszy. Urodziła się w 1934 roku w Sacramento w rodzinie odwołującej się do etosu
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