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The Université Paris Diderot. also known as Paris 7 in a world leading research University based in the capital city of France. It is  a founding member of the research alliance Sorbonne Paris Cité and is the host of Recovering May Alcott Nieriker's Life and Work

The University of East Anglia is public research University based in Norwich, England. A member of the Eastern Arc and CHASE research consortiums each UEA hosts the internationally famous UEA Literary Festival.


 CHASE brings together 9 leading institutions engaged in collaborative research activities. These are the Universities of East Anglia, Essex, Kent and Sussex, the Open University, The Courtauld Institute of Art, Goldsmiths, University of London, Birkbeck, University of London and SOAS, University of London.. 

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is the UK government agency responsible for funding world leading research into the arts and humanities. Each year the AHRC provides £102 Million in research funding, awarded following a rigorous peer review process. 

The University of Essex is a world leading public research University based in the east of England. It is a member of both the Eastern Arc and CHASE research groupings and is a leading voice in both digital and public history. 

EKCCHO is media, research and technology company based in the Knowledge Gateway Research Park at the University of Essex. It works in the areas of documentary film, applied media arts and cyber anthropology

 LARCA is an interdisciplinary research unit of University Paris Diderot and the CNRS whose members study the histories, literatures, arts and cultures of English-speaking countries and their links to the wider world. Drawing together literary scholars, political, social, and cultural historians, art historians, and specialists of photography, film, television, and emerging media, LARCA is a research laboratory that bridges the disciplines and mediates between academic cultures in France and the English-speaking world. 

The British Association for American Studies was founded in 1955.  It exists to promote, support and encourage the study of the United States in the Universities, Colleges and Schools of the United Kingdom, and by independent scholars. It welcomes application forms from all those engaged in or connected with the study of the United States.