Entries by mke.edwards

2020 Boucher Prize Winner!

The FCHS is pleased to announce that Sophie White is the 2020 winner of the Boucher Prize! You can read the book prize committee’s citation for Voices of the Enslaved: Love, Labor, and Longing in French Louisiana here.

2020 Heggoy Prize Winner!

We are pleased to announce that Joshua Cole has won the 2020 Heggoy Prize for Lethal Provocation: The Constantine Murders and the Politics of French Algeria! You can read the book prize committee’s citation here.

FCHS Election Results

The election results are in! Jennifer Palmer will be the new FCHS president, Sarah Zimmerman will take on the vice-presidency, and Spencer Segalla will maintain his position as treasurer. Thanks to all who took the time to vote!

FCHS Annual Meeting 2020 Canceled

Dear colleagues, Chers et chères collègues, I write you on behalf of the French Colonial Historical Society’s Executive Committee, its officers, and the program committee and host of the Annual Meeting that is scheduled for the end of May this year. As you may have already concluded for yourselves, we are compelled to cancel that […]

FCHS Annual Meeting Update

Dear Colleagues, You are no doubt following news of the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and many of you will be wondering about the implications of this situation for our upcoming conference in Buffalo at the end of May. Although that is nearly three months away, there is no way of knowing whether current concerns […]