Professor Debra Kelly

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I specialise in French and Francophone Studies and have also published widely in the fields of Text and Image Studies, War and Culture Studies, Cultural Memory, and most recently Franco-British Cultural Relations, notably on various aspects of the history of  French communities in London since the 19th century.

I carried out my undergraduate studies at Queen Mary, University of London receiving a First Class BA Honours degree in European Studies (French and Spanish). As a postgraduate, I studied at Birkbeck, University of London for an MA in French Studies with a dissertation on Michel Leiris's surrealist novel 'Aurora', and received a Distinction. I remained at Birkbeck for my PhD entitled 'Pierre Albert-Birot. A Poetics in Movement, A Poetics of Movement' (1992) which considered the effects of training as a sculptor and painter on the writer's creation of poetic and narrative forms., This became my first published monograph (1997).

I have taught at the University of Westminster since 1992, and became Professor of French and Francophone Literary and Cultural Studies in 2003. I also taught for ten years on the MA in Cultural Memory in the School of Advanced Study, University of London. I directed the international research network the Group for War and Culture Studies, which was founded in 1995 in French Studies at the University of Westminster for twenty years, and am the founding editor of the 'Journal of War and Culture Studies' (currently published by Taylor and Francis).

In 2005 I was made a Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Palmes Académiques by the French Government in recognition of services to French language, literature and culture. I am the Co-Director of the Routes into Languages Capital L London Consortium which encourages continued language learning amongst school and university students and the author of the Routes Research Report 'Languages and International Events'; I am also the Co-Director of the Network for Languages London which provides professional development and support for all those working in the languages community across primary, secondary and further education institutions.

In 2016, I became the Deputy Director of the AHRC Open World Research Initiative Research Programme 'Language Acts and World Making' led by King's College London and of its research centre based there. 

At doctoral  level, I work on the Doctoral Research Development Programme (DRDP) which provides workshops, specialist skills sessions, briefings and individual support for doctoral researchers at University and Faculty levels. I have a special interest in doctoral studies and chaired the DRDP Design and Review Group for the University in its own development stages. I am a member of the DRDP Research Committee.

I am currently supervising the doctoral research of three students working in the field of French and Francophone literature and in aspects of the contemporary French and Francophone communities in London. I have previously supervised three PhDs, again in the field of Francophone Literature and Culture, and have been a member of the supervisory teams of a number of other doctoral researchers across diverse disciplines. 

Over the course of my career my research interests have covered three inter-related areas: Text and Image Studies (with a focus on the twentieth century avant-garde), French and Francophone Literary and Cultural Studies (including Franco-British cultural relations in the 19th and 20th centuries), and War and Culture Studies (often with a focus on Memory Studies).

I directed the Group for War and Culture Studies (GWACS), an international research group of scholars for twenty years from 1995, and in 2008 founded the 'Journal of War and Culture Studies' (currently published by Taylor and Francis). In this field of study I also co-edited with Valerie Holman 'France at War in the Twentieth Century. Propaganda, Myth and Metaphor' (Berg, 2000) and edited 'Remembering and Representing the Experience of War in Twentieth Century France' (Mellen, 2000). In the field of French and Francophone literary and cultural studies, my major publications are 'Pierre Albert-Birot. A Poetics in Movement, A Poetics of Movement' (Associated University Presses, 1997) and 'Autobiography and Independence. Selfhood and Creativity in North African Postcolonial Writing in French' (Liverpool University Press, 2005). I have also published diverse articles and book chapters on writers such as Pierre Albert-Birot, Robert Pinget, Philippe Soupault, Jean Tardieu, Guillaume Apollinaire, Albert Memmi, Assia Djebar, and Albert Camus.

I have also been an Associate Fellow of the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, having worked on the MA Cultural Memory there and published several articles on French and Francophone writers within the framework of memory studies.

As a member of a research network of British and French scholars working on the cultural relationship between Britain and France since the end of the 19th century, I  worked on cultural aspects of the Franco-British Exhibition of 2008, and this led to my current interest in Franco-British cultural relations as manifested in London in the 19th and 20th centuries. My most recent work includes a funded collaborative project on the History of the French in London from the 18th century to the present day, and I co-edited the first book on the subject with Professor Martyn Cornick (University of Birmingham): 'A History of the French in London: Liberty, Equality, Opportunity' (IHR Publications, 2013). My current research continues that work with a sole-authored book concerned with the place of French gastronomy in London. I use French cuisine as the lens through which to analyse the French (and Francophone) experience in the British capital, historically and in the contemporary city: ‘being’ French in London. I  also consider French culinary knowledge and practice at work in the city as a form of identity, of culture and of what we call in research terms ‘cultural capital’, examining its place in London’s constantly evolving culinary landscape: ‘eating’ French in London. This project brings together for the first time the main events associated with the arrival, developing presence, integration and changing nature of French cuisine and culinary knowledge  – and the changing experiences of Frenchmen and women associated with it – in London from the 19th to the 21st centuries It also examines what reciprocal exchanges between Londoners and the French who live(d) and work(ed) in London tell us about Londoners' perceptions of the French community in the British capital as seen through cultural attitudes towards food and gastronomy. This research will be published as a book by Liverpool University Press in 2018.

 I am also committed to knowledge exchange and was made a WestFocus Knowledge Exchange Fellow. I was principal investigator on two knowledge exchange projects in the former Department of Modern and Applied Languages, the first on museums and galleries and the international visitor experience (AHRC-funded); the second on 'Languages and International Events' (HEFCE-funded) which lead to a report on the HE language sector's contribution to high-profile public events and to consultancy work for the London 2012 Olympics. My current research on the history of the London French continues to include a number of public workshops and events, and contributions to festivals and other events such as the Bankside Bastille Day Festival.

2019

Eating French in London: the Place of French Food in the British Capital from the 19th century to the present day (2019)
Kelly, D. 2019. Eating French in London: the Place of French Food in the British Capital from the 19th century to the present day. Liverpool Liverpool University Press.

2013

A history of the French in London: liberty, equality, opportunity (2013)
Kelly, D. and Cornick, M. (ed.) 2013. A history of the French in London: liberty, equality, opportunity. London Institute of Historical Research, School of Advanced Study, University of London.

2005

Autobiography and independence: selfhood and creativity in North African postcolonial writing in French (2005)
Kelly, D. 2005. Autobiography and independence: selfhood and creativity in North African postcolonial writing in French. Liverpool, UK Liverpool University Press.

2000

Remembering and representing the experience of war in twentieth-century France (2000)
Kelly, D. (ed.) 2000. Remembering and representing the experience of war in twentieth-century France. Lewiston ; Lampeter Edward Mellen.
France at war in the twentieth century: propaganda, myth and metaphor (2000)
Holman, V. and Kelly, D. (ed.) 2000. France at war in the twentieth century: propaganda, myth and metaphor. Oxford Berghahn.

1997

Pierre Albert-Birot: a poetics in movement, a poetics of movement (1997)
Kelly, D. 1997. Pierre Albert-Birot: a poetics in movement, a poetics of movement. London and New Jersey Associated University Press.

2018

London/Paris Culinary Geoographies: the restaurant as transnational site (2018)
Kelly, D. 2018. London/Paris Culinary Geoographies: the restaurant as transnational site. in: Transational French Studies Liverpool Liverpool University Press.
Léopold Survage dans les espaces des revues artistiques et littéraires: rythmes, interactions, innovations (2018)
Kelly, D. 2018. Léopold Survage dans les espaces des revues artistiques et littéraires: rythmes, interactions, innovations. in: Brogniez, L., Dessy, C. and Sadoun, C. (ed.) L'Artiste en revues: Fonctions, contributions et interactions de l'artiste en mode périodique Rennes, France Presses Universitaires de Rennes.

2016

Champs de bataille: experiences et imaginaires (2016)
Kelly, D. 2016. Champs de bataille: experiences et imaginaires. in: Le recit de guerre comme source d'histoire Rennes, France Presses Universitaires de Rennes.

2013

Conclusion: a temporal and spatial mapping of the French in London (2013)
Kelly, D. and Cornick, M. 2013. Conclusion: a temporal and spatial mapping of the French in London. in: Kelly, D. and Cornick, M. (ed.) A history of the French in London: liberty, equality, opportunity London Institute of Historical Research, School of Advanced Study, University of London. pp. 431-447
"An infinity of living forms, representative of the absolute”? Reading futurism with Pierre Albert-Birot as witness, creative collaborator and dissenter (2013)
Kelly, D. 2013. "An infinity of living forms, representative of the absolute”? Reading futurism with Pierre Albert-Birot as witness, creative collaborator and dissenter. in: Adamowicz, E. and Storchi, S. (ed.) Back to the futurists: the avant-garde and its legacy Manchester Manchester University Press.
"Silent transformations": ageing and the work of writing in Robert Pinget’s Théo ou le temps neuf (2013)
Kelly, D. 2013. "Silent transformations": ageing and the work of writing in Robert Pinget’s Théo ou le temps neuf. in: Charnley, J. and Verdier, C. (ed.) As time goes by: portraits of age Newcastle upon Tyne Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 243-262
Pierre Albert-Birot and SIC: the avant-garde review as collective adventure and personal poetics (2013)
Kelly, D. 2013. Pierre Albert-Birot and SIC: the avant-garde review as collective adventure and personal poetics. in: Forsdick, C. and Stafford, A. (ed.) La Revue: the twentieth-century periodical in French Oxford Peter Lang. pp. 237-248
Mapping free French London: spaces, places, traces (2013)
Kelly, D. 2013. Mapping free French London: spaces, places, traces. in: Kelly, D. and Cornick, M. (ed.) A history of the French in London: liberty, equality, opportunity London Institute of Historical Research, School of Advanced Study, University of London. pp. 303-341
Grabinoulor has fun with language and makes new friends: the first book of Grabinoulor and beyond (2013)
Kelly, D. 2013. Grabinoulor has fun with language and makes new friends: the first book of Grabinoulor and beyond. in: Renouard, M. and Kelly, D. (ed.) Barbara Wright: translation as art London Dalkey Archive Press.
Introduction: towards a history of the French in London (2013)
Cornick, M. and Kelly, D. 2013. Introduction: towards a history of the French in London. in: Kelly, D. and Cornick, M. (ed.) A history of the French in London: liberty, equality, opportunity London Institute of Historical Research, School of Advanced Study, University of London.

2012

Living war, reading war: emotions and responses in life-writing narratives of the French occupation (2012)
Kelly, D. 2012. Living war, reading war: emotions and responses in life-writing narratives of the French occupation. in: Fauth, S.R., Krejberg, K.G. and Süselbeck, J. (ed.) Repräsentationen des Krieges : Emotionalisierungsstrategien in der Literatur und den audiovisuellen Medien vom 18. bis zum 21. Jahrhundert Göttingen Wallstein Verlag.
Lived experience past/reading experiences present: figures of memory in French life-writing narratives of the occupation (2012)
Kelly, D. 2012. Lived experience past/reading experiences present: figures of memory in French life-writing narratives of the occupation. in: Atack, M. and Lloyd, C. (ed.) Framing narratives: the second world war and occupation in France 1939-2009 Manchester Manchester University Press.
Ecrire au passé, au présent et au futur: Pierre Albert-Birot et les temps de la création (2012)
Kelly, D. 2012. Ecrire au passé, au présent et au futur: Pierre Albert-Birot et les temps de la création. in: Simon, M. (ed.) Poésie vivante Paris Honoré Champion. pp. 55-65

2011

The development of war and culture studies in the UK: from French studies, beyond and back again (2011)
Kelly, D., Cooper, N. and Hurcombe, M. 2011. The development of war and culture studies in the UK: from French studies, beyond and back again. in: Lane, P. and Worton, M. (ed.) French studies in and for the twenty-first century Liverpool University Press. pp. 220-231

2010

Lived experience past/reading experience present: figures of memory in French life-writing narratives of the occupation (2010)
Kelly, D. 2010. Lived experience past/reading experience present: figures of memory in French life-writing narratives of the occupation. in: Atack, M. and Lloyd, C. (ed.) Framing narratives: the Second World War and occupation in France 1939-2009 Manchester Manchester University Press.

2007

Le premier homme and the literature of loss (2007)
Kelly, D. 2007. Le premier homme and the literature of loss. in: Hughes, E.J. (ed.) The Cambridge companion to Camus Cambridge ; New York Cambridge University Press. pp. 191-202

2006

Entry on Pierre Albert-Birot (2006)
Kelly, D. 2006. Entry on Pierre Albert-Birot. in: Brulotte, G. and Phillips, J. (ed.) Encyclopedia of erotic literature Abingdon ; New York Routledge. pp. 18-20
Pierre Albert-Birot et SIC: la revue comme lieu de combat et lieu de memoire (2006)
Kelly, D. 2006. Pierre Albert-Birot et SIC: la revue comme lieu de combat et lieu de memoire. in: Meazzi, B. and Madou, J.P. (ed.) Les oublie(e)s des avant-gardes Chambery, France Universite de Savoie.
Philippe Soupault and 'Ode a Londres bombarde': imprisonment, revolt, and images of resistance (2006)
Kelly, D. 2006. Philippe Soupault and 'Ode a Londres bombarde': imprisonment, revolt, and images of resistance. in: Thatcher, N. and Tolansky, E. (ed.) Six authors in captivity: literary responses to the occupation of France during World War II Oxford, UK Lang.

2003

Reflets dans "le miroir ebloui": Tardieu, Bazaine, Hartung (2003)
Kelly, D. 2003. Reflets dans "le miroir ebloui": Tardieu, Bazaine, Hartung. in: Lentengre, M.L. (ed.) Jean Tardieu: un poete parmi nous Paris, France Jean Michel Place. pp. 199-216

2002

Identity, alienation and belonging: guillaume de kostrowitzky/guillaume apollonaire and the experience of war (2002)
Kelly, D. 2002. Identity, alienation and belonging: guillaume de kostrowitzky/guillaume apollonaire and the experience of war. in: Murphy, D. (ed.) Thresholds of otherness: identity and alterity in French-language literatures London, UK Grant & Cutler. pp. 151-173

2001

Pierre Albert-Birot et La Guerre (1916) (2001)
Kelly, D. 2001. Pierre Albert-Birot et La Guerre
. in: Le Bon, L. (ed.) Parade Paris Editions du Centre Georges Pompidou.

2000

Myth and metaphor: the power of propoganda in twentieth-century warfare (2000)
Holman, V. and Kelly, D. 2000. Myth and metaphor: the power of propoganda in twentieth-century warfare. in: Holman, V. and Kelly, D. (ed.) France at war in the twentieth century: propaganda, myth and metaphor Oxford Berghahn.
Committing to memory (2000)
Kelly, D. 2000. Committing to memory. in: Kelly, D. (ed.) Remembering and representing the experience of war in twentieth-century France Lewiston ; Lampeter Edward Mellen.
"Ode à Londres bombardé": Philippe Soupault, la guerre, l’Angleterre (2000)
Kelly, D. 2000. "Ode à Londres bombardé": Philippe Soupault, la guerre, l’Angleterre. in: Sebbag, G. and Nabert, N. (ed.) Philippe Soupault ou l’ombre frissonnante Paris Jean-Michel Place. pp. 137-155
Une poétique du fantastique: une lecture de Quelqu'un et Baga (2000)
Kelly, D. 2000. Une poétique du fantastique: une lecture de Quelqu'un et Baga. in: Liéber, J.C. and Renouard, M. (ed.) Le chantier Robert Pinget: colloque de Tours: textes inédits, documents, manuscrits, bibliographie: œuvres, théâtre, critique Paris Jean-Michel Place. pp. 187-200

1999

A reading of the structures of La Guerre (1916) by Pierre Albert-Birot (1999)
Kelly, D. 1999. A reading of the structures of La Guerre
by Pierre Albert-Birot. in: Heusser, M., Hannoosh, M., Hoek, L., Schoell-Glass, C. and Scott, D. (ed.) Text and visuality: word & image interactions III Amsterdam ; Atlanta, Ga Rodopi. pp. 129-138

1998

"Les Fils du pauvre": poverty, knowledge and politics (1998)
Kelly, D. 1998. "Les Fils du pauvre": poverty, knowledge and politics. in: Dunwoodie, P. and Hughes, E.J. (ed.) Constructing memories : Camus, Algeria and Le premier homme Stirling Stirling French Publications.

1997

Une lecture de La Guerre: la matrice d'une poétique (1997)
Kelly, D. 1997. Une lecture de La Guerre: la matrice d'une poétique. in: Renouard, M. (ed.) Pierre Albert-Birot: laboratoire de modernité; Les états poétiques, poème inédit Paris Jean-Michel Place. pp. 65-78

2017

Creation et Infinitude: Pierre Albert-Birot entre peinture et poesie dans 'Les Poemes a l'autre moi' (2017)
Kelly, D. 2017. Creation et Infinitude: Pierre Albert-Birot entre peinture et poesie dans 'Les Poemes a l'autre moi'. Europe - Revue Litteraire Mensuelle. 1056, pp. 58-68.

2016

Introduction: The Past, the Present and the Future of War and Culture Studies (2016)
Kelly, D. 2016. Introduction: The Past, the Present and the Future of War and Culture Studies. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 9 (3), pp. 203-208.
Book Review 'Nos meilleurs ennemis. L'entente cordiale culturelle franco-britannique revisitee (2016)
Kelly, D. 2016. Book Review 'Nos meilleurs ennemis. L'entente cordiale culturelle franco-britannique revisitee. Contemporary French Civilization. 41 (1), pp. 113-115.
Introduction: Effects and Affects of Conflict in the Heat of Battle and the Cold War of Words (2016)
Kelly, D. 2016. Introduction: Effects and Affects of Conflict in the Heat of Battle and the Cold War of Words. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 9 (1), pp. 1-2.
A Migrant Culture on Display: The French Migrant and French Gastronomy in London (19th – 21st centuries) (2016)
Kelly, D. 2016. A Migrant Culture on Display: The French Migrant and French Gastronomy in London (19th – 21st centuries). Modern Languages Open.

2015

Introduction: Geographies of War and Culture Studies (2015)
Kelly, D. 2015. Introduction: Geographies of War and Culture Studies. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 8 (4), pp. 269-270.
Introduction: Ambiguities and Ambivalences in the Representation of War and the Work of War and Culture Studies (2015)
Kelly, D. 2015. Introduction: Ambiguities and Ambivalences in the Representation of War and the Work of War and Culture Studies. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 7 (2), pp. 97-99.

2014

Introduction: War and Culture Studies: Blurred Boundaries and Complex Identities (2014)
Kelly, D. 2014. Introduction: War and Culture Studies: Blurred Boundaries and Complex Identities. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 7 (4), pp. 301-302.

2011

How to live? One question and six or seven life lessons with Albert Memmi (2011)
Kelly, D. 2011. How to live? One question and six or seven life lessons with Albert Memmi. Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy. 19 (2), pp. 67-95.
Introduction: variations on the theme of war and culture (2011)
Hurcombe, M. and Kelly, D. 2011. Introduction: variations on the theme of war and culture. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 4 (1), pp. 3-6.

2010

From cultural amnesia to 'anamnesia' in reading life-writing narratives of the French occupation: the lost manuscript, the 'handwritingness' of history and the broken narrative (2010)
Kelly, D. 2010. From cultural amnesia to 'anamnesia' in reading life-writing narratives of the French occupation: the lost manuscript, the 'handwritingness' of history and the broken narrative. Synthesis. 2, pp. 48-61.
Introduction: variations on a theme (2010)
Kelly, D. 2010. Introduction: variations on a theme. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 3 (1), pp. 3-10.
Introduction: Performance and war (2010)
Kelly, D. and Dixon, L. 2010. Introduction: Performance and war. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 3 (3), pp. 269-273.

2009

Intellectuals and war (2009)
Kelly, D. and Drake, D. 2009. Intellectuals and war. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 2 (1), pp. 5-16.
The Franco-British exhibition of 1908: legacies and memories one hundred years on (2009)
Kelly, D. and Jackson, T. 2009. The Franco-British exhibition of 1908: legacies and memories one hundred years on. Synergies Royaume-Uni et Irlande. 2, pp. 11-23.
The witness and the text: text(ure)s of memory (2009)
Kelly, D. 2009. The witness and the text: text(ure)s of memory. Journal of Romance Studies. 9 (3), pp. 1-9.
The appeal to memory: Marguerite Duras and Assia Djebar, from the urgent narrative to the 'monumental' text (2009)
Kelly, D. 2009. The appeal to memory: Marguerite Duras and Assia Djebar, from the urgent narrative to the 'monumental' text. Journal of Romance Studies. 9 (3), pp. 60-72.

2008

Crises of memory: victimisation and forgiveness (2008)
Kelly, D. 2008. Crises of memory: victimisation and forgiveness. Journal of Romance Studies. 8 (1), pp. 107-115.

2007

"War! What is it good for?" The work of the group for War and Culture Studies (2007)
Kelly, D. 2007. "War! What is it good for?" The work of the group for War and Culture Studies. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 1 (1), pp. 3-7.
'An unfinished death': the legacy of Albert Camus and the work of textual memory in contemporary European and Algerian literatures (2007)
Kelly, D. 2007. 'An unfinished death': the legacy of Albert Camus and the work of textual memory in contemporary European and Algerian literatures. International Journal of Francophone Studies. 10 (1&2), pp. 217-235.

2006

The battlefield in text and image: remains and relics in the work of Cozette de Charmoy (2006)
Kelly, D. 2006. The battlefield in text and image: remains and relics in the work of Cozette de Charmoy. Forum for Modern Language Studies. 42 (1), pp. 51-79.

2001

Introduction. War in the twentieth century: the functioning of humour in cultural representation (2001)
Holman, V. and Kelly, D. 2001. Introduction. War in the twentieth century: the functioning of humour in cultural representation. Journal of European Studies. 31 (123), pp. 247-263.
Knowledge, self-knowledge and liberation: the quest of the writer in Assia Djebar’s L'Amour, la fantasia and vaste est la prison (2001)
Kelly, D. 2001. Knowledge, self-knowledge and liberation: the quest of the writer in Assia Djebar’s L'Amour, la fantasia and vaste est la prison. La Chouette. 31, pp. 19-26.
Mythes et metaphores chez Assia Djebar et Abdelkebir Khatibi (2001)
Kelly, D. 2001. Mythes et metaphores chez Assia Djebar et Abdelkebir Khatibi. Le Maghreb Litteraire, revue Canadienne des litteratures maghrebines, Toronto. V (10), pp. 37-58.

2000

The politics of identity, the poetics of identity: issues in post-colonial autobiographical discourses in North African writing in French (2000)
Kelly, D. 2000. The politics of identity, the poetics of identity: issues in post-colonial autobiographical discourses in North African writing in French. Journal of Algerian Studies. 4&5, pp. 79-98.

1999

'Committing to Memory': introduction to a cluster of papers selected from the GWACS 1998 Conference (1999)
Kelly, D. 1999. 'Committing to Memory': introduction to a cluster of papers selected from the GWACS 1998 Conference. Journal of the Institute of Romance Studies. 6, pp. 289-293.

1997

Loss and recuperation, order and subversion: post-war painting in France 1945-51 (1997)
Kelly, D. 1997. Loss and recuperation, order and subversion: post-war painting in France 1945-51. French Cultural Studies. 8 (22), pp. 53-66.

1996

Working with semiotic theory or, How can I believe what you tell me? (1996)
Kelly, D. 1996. Working with semiotic theory or, How can I believe what you tell me? La Chouette. Special Issue Semiotics and Interpretation, pp. 2-5.
From painter to poet: the visual poetry of Pierre Albert-Birot in la lune ou le livre des poèmes (1996)
Kelly, D. 1996. From painter to poet: the visual poetry of Pierre Albert-Birot in la lune ou le livre des poèmes. Forum for Modern Language Studies. XXXII (1), pp. 37-54.

1995

Espace liminal et naissance du poème dans Le Quatrième état de la matière (1995)
Kelly, D. 1995. Espace liminal et naissance du poème dans Le Quatrième état de la matière. La Chouette. Special Issue on Lorand Gaspar, pp. 22-27.

1991

Monsieur Phantasticus: modes of living and narrating (1991)
Kelly, D. 1991. Monsieur Phantasticus: modes of living and narrating. La Chouette. Special Issue on Robert Pinget, pp. 35-43.

1990

"Et moi aussi je suis peintre": poetry, painting and the manipulation of typography (1990)
Kelly, D. 1990. "Et moi aussi je suis peintre": poetry, painting and the manipulation of typography. La Chouette. 23, pp. 29-47.

2010

'France's children' at home in London? Contemporary lives and experiences of the London French (2010)
Huc-Hepher, S. and Kelly, D. 2010. 'France's children' at home in London? Contemporary lives and experiences of the London French. French Institute 09 Jul 2010

2008

Languages and international events (2008)
Kelly, D. 2008. Languages and international events. HEFCE-funded report for Routes into Languages.
Languages and international events: are we ready to talk to the world in 2012? (2008)
Huc-Hepher, S., Kelly, D. and Phipps, A. 2008. Languages and international events: are we ready to talk to the world in 2012? University of Southampton, Southampton Routes into Languages.

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