Interns

Bastien ADAM, 2020-2021

The second of Bastien’s nine-week internship at the LERMA under the supervision of our colleague Laurence Lux-Sterritt was spent working with our team on the crowd-sourced map of memorials to the women’s suffrage movement created by Amélie BARDIVIA.

Julie AGU, 2020-2021

Julie created and ran the platforms for our two slow e-conferences of 2021 on Women’s Resistance to Feminism(s) in the USA and Sites of Feminist Memory: Remembering Suffrage in Europe and the USA.

Julie’s internship was made possible by the AMIDEX “Pépinière d’Excellence” grant we were awarded in 2018 and she received training in the website software from Alice CARNE of the CIPE.

Amélie BARDIVIA, 2020-2021

Amélie created our crowd-sourced map of the memorials to the women’s suffrage movement.

Amélie’s internship was made possible by the AMIDEX “Pépinière d’Excellence” grant we were awarded in 2018 and she received training in the use of the mapping software from Alice CARNE of the CIPE.

Alice FOULQUIER, 2021-2022

Alice took over from Amélie BARDIVIA to expand our crowd-sourced map of the memorials to the women’s suffrage movement.

Alice’s internship was made possible by the support of our very own Laboratoire d’Études et de Recherche sur le Monde Anglophone (LERMA UR 854).

Morgane JULIA, 2017-2018

Morgane created an exhaustive bibliography (using Zotero) of work in English on women’s resistance to feminism in all the relevant disciplines.

Morgane’s internship was made possible by the AMIDEX “Pépinière d’Excellence” grant we were awarded in 2018.

Alice LEMAITRE, 2023-2024

Alice has taken over from Alice FOULQUIER the running of our crowd-sourced map of memorials to the women’s suffrage movement and its associated Instagram page.

Alice’s internship is made possible by a TIGER grant awarded to the Master Études Culturelles du Monde Anglophone.

Romain TORRAS, 2017-2018

Romain asked to do an “observational internship” with our team when in his first year as an undergraduate to observe the workings of a research team. But he went beyond observation and actively contributed to the Zotero project run by Morgane JULIA.

Tracing the spectres of feminism in the English-speaking world (and beyond), 19th-21st centuries

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