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Professor Nina Parish

Professor in French & Francophone

Literature and Languages - Division Stirling

Professor Nina Parish

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I joined the University of Stirling as Professor of French and Francophone Studies in July 2019 after fourteen years in the Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies at the University of Bath.

I work on representations of difficult history, the migrant experience and multilingualism in the museum space. Between 2016 and March this year I was part of the EU-funded Horizon 2020 UNREST team working on innovative memory practices in sites of trauma including war museums and mass graves (www.unrest.eu).

I am also an expert on the interaction between text and image in the field of modern and contemporary French Studies. I have published widely on this subject, in particular, on the poet and visual artist, Henri Michaux. From 2012 to 2016, with Dr Emma Wagstaff (University of Birmingham), I co-organised an international research network, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, on interdisciplinary connections in contemporary French poetic practice (https://frenchpoetryand.wordpress.com/).

I teach across all years of our undergraduate programme at Stirling, acting as module coordinator for EUCU9C7, FREU9D2-D3 and FREU9CH.

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