Project Status: Ongoing

The French of England project provides a variety of resources for the study of French in England from the Norman Invasion into the early modern period. The site seeks to unseat typical chronological and geopolitical boundaries in showing that the French of England was a long-lasting and wide-ranging phenomenon.

The project provides resources, including: bibliographies, syllabuses, audio recordings of Anglo-French texts, some translations, and editions, as well as a list of links to other sites that approach the study of the language and cultures associated with the French of England.

Resource details:

Resource Type: Audio RecordingBibliographyTeaching ResourcesText: MedievalText: Modern

License: No FeePaid

Modern Language: English

Language of Modern Translation: English

Medieval content details:

Dates: 1056 - 1600

Subject: FrenchLinguisitcsLiteraturePhilology

Type/Genre of Medieval Primary Source Material: LiteratureTextual Evidence

Geopolitical Region: British Isles and IrelandEnglandEuropeFrance

Original Language: Anglo-NormanFrenchMiddle French (14-15C)Old French (12-13C)