Doyle Calhoun awarded prestigious Chateaubriand fellowship

June 8, 2020

It is an honor to announce that Doyle Calhoun was victorious in obtaining the prestigious Chateaubriand fellowship, granted by the government of France as “cooperation between the US and France in the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences.” This year, for reasons of Covid-19, the fellowship will support travel to France from February to May 2021.

Doyle’s proposed project, based on his dissertation research, is titled “Suicide and resistance in Francophone literatures.” The application is supported by his host at Paris Nanterre, Professor Jean Marc-Moura. He will be using the following archives: the BNF, IMEC, Archives Nationales d’Outre-Mer in Aix, and the Archives françaises du film.