Dear ESSE members,
Welcome to the ESSE website, which was totally renewed in late January 2016.
This is actually not one but three websites, one for ESSE (in blue), one for The Messenger (in orange), and one for EJES (in red). The Messenger website includes the Messenger blog which is the new ESSE newsletter – and you can now subscribe to it to be sure that you will never miss any item of news about ESSE -, and it will soon also include the new issues of The ESSE Messenger, which will be published on-line from June 2016.
ESSE on the web also means an RSS newsfeed (which can be embedded within your own website, or the website of your university), Twitter, a Facebook page, and the ESSE Photo Gallery – tools to keep in touch with the vibrant community of British Studies throughout Europe.
Jacques Ramel, ESSE webmaster
‘with shut eyes, but acute mental vision’: Dream and Literary Creation in Women’s Writings in the 18th and 19th Centuries
Clermont-Ferrand, France, 5-7 April 2018 (posted 23 March 2017)
The rules for the 2017 Bursaries are now available
The rules to apply for the 2017 ESSE Bursaries are now available on this website.
The list of the main decisions taken by the ESSE Board in Galway in August 2016 is now available.
You can now subscribe to the Messenger blog
Get all the items of news concerning ESSE straight to your mailbox.
Announcements of Doctoral Scholarships
The ESSE website now has a new column where Doctoral Scholaships can be advertised.
Who is the representative of your national association on the ESSE Board?
ESSE is a member of FILLM, the UNESCO-sponsored Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures.