THE EMILE ZOLA SOCIETY

Zola Worldwide

AIZEN: International Association on Zola and Naturalism

Executive Committee: Prof. Juliana Starr, Univ. of New Orleans (President); Prof. Carmen Mayer, Univ. of Alabama (Vice-President); Prof. Ana Oancea, Univ. of Delaware (Secretary); Prof. Jeremy Worth, Univ. of Windsor, Canada (Communications Director); Prof. Justine Huet, Mount Royal Univ., Canada (Assistant); Prof. Anna Gural-Migdal, Univ. of Alberta, Canada (Hon. President)

Website: http://aizen.zolanaturalismassoc.org

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ASSOCIATION MAISON ZOLA-MUSEE DREYFUS

First permanent museum dedicated to the Dreyfus Affair. It will be inaugurated in the Autumn of 2021.

Website: http://maisonzola-museedreyfus.com

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FRIENDS OF EMILE ZOLA LITERARY SOCIETY (B.P. 12, 77580 Villiers-sur-Morin, France)

They organize the yearly Médan Festival on the first Sunday of October (Le Pélerinage de Médan) and publish ‘Les Cahiers naturalistes’

Website: www.cahiers-naturalistes.com

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RESEARCH CENTRE ON ZOLA AND NATURALISM (CNRS/ITEM)

59-61 rue Pouchet, 75849 Paris Cedex 17 tel.: 00 33 1 40 25 10 25

Website: http://archives-zoliennes.fr

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THE EMILE ZOLA SOCIETY, LONDON

Committee: Prof. Jane Davison, Univ. of London, Royal Holloway College (President); Keith Howell (Deputy-President); Prof. Patrick Pollard, Univ. of London, Birkbeck College (Treasurer); Sati McKenzie (Consultant); Chantal Morel (Hon. Secretary); Pamela Birley (Assistant); Co-editors Professor Valerie Minogue & Professor Patrick Pollard.

It organizes meetings, talks, seminars and colloquia on Zola and Naturalism, as well as Nineteenth-century French and English writers, a Monthly Book Club and outings to Médan and other places of interests related to Zola and the period.

Once a year it publishes a journal, The Bulletin of the Emile Zola Society, a double issue sent to all Members of the Society, free of charge.

A small collection of books (in French and in English) and archives are available for consultation from the Secretary.

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