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Professor Michael Kelly OBE PhD HonFCIL Officier des Palmes Académiques, Chevalier des arts et des lettres

Emeritus Professor of French

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Professor Michael Kelly is Emeritus Professor of French in Modern Languages at the University of Southampton.

Mike is a specialist in modern French culture and society, especially the history of ideas and intellectuals, and on public policy in the area of languages and language education, in the UK and in Europe more broadly.

He studied French at Warwick University (BA and PhD), and lectured at University College Dublin, before being appointed Professor of French at Southampton. Mike has at different times been Head of Modern Languages and Head of the School of Humanities. He directed a number of major UK projects, including LLAS Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area StudiesRoutes into Languages and Links into Languages. He has been a Board Member of the European Language Council since 1997. He has received honours from the French government for his work in promoting French studies, and was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2014 for his services to higher education and European cooperation. He took retirement from the University in 2016.

He is currently working on French secular thought and on policy in relation to languages.

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Research interests

French culture and society

Mike works on French cultural history in the 20th century, especially the history of ideas and intellectuals. He has published widely on the cultural and intellectual reconstruction of France after the Second World War. He has also published several articles on relations between Britain and France in culture and ideas. He has recently published on intellectuals and religion in the 1930s, and is currently working on debates around atheism and secularism/laïcité in both countries. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the journal French Cultural Studies, which he helped to found.


Language policy


Mike works on policy and practices relating to languages. Following an AHRC-funded project, Languages at War with Prof. Hilary Footitt (University of Reading) he has co-edited two books on the subject, and published a study of language issues during the UN and NATO peace-keeping operations in Bosnia-Herzegovina during the 1990s, with Dr Catherine Baker (University of Hull). He is co-editor with Prof. Footitt of a book series on Languages at War, with Palgrave Macmillan and is co-editing a Handbook on the subject.


Mike is particularly committed to strengthening the capability of people in the UK to communicate in languages other than English. He was a prime mover and member of the Nuffield Language Inquiry, which put languages on the public agenda in 2000. He is Director of the government-funded Routes into Languages programme, which aims to increase the take-up of languages in secondary and higher education, and Trustee of Speak to the future, the national campaign on languages, which aims to provoke a step change in the country's attitudes and achievements in language learning. He recently spent three weeks in Japan on a JSPS Fellowship, giving papers on issues of language policy and intercultural communication.


Beyond the UK, Mike is concerned to improve the ability of European citizens to live in a multilingual and multicultural world. He completed a substantial project for the European Commission to develop a Profile for language teacher training across Europe (2004) which several EU member states have used in appraising their programmes for training language teachers. He led the ERASMUS-funded LanQua project working with 61 European partners to develop a toolkit for quality assurance in languages across Europe. He is Secretary of the European Language Council, and Editor of the European Journal of Language Policy/ Revue européenne de politique linguistique.

Articles

Books

Book Chapters

    Kelly, M. (2016). European approaches to plurilingualism and multilingualism’. In M. Langner, & V. Jovanovic (Eds.), Facetten der Mehrsprachigkeit, Reflets du plurilinguisme. (pp. 31-52). (Mehrsprachigkeit in Europa / Multilingualism in Europe). Bern, CH: Peter Lang. DOI: 10.3726/b10383
    Kelly, M. (2015). “Catholicisme ondoyant”: Catholic Intellectual Engagement and the Crisis of Civilisation in the 1930s. In K. Davies, & T. Garfitt (Eds.), God's Mirror: Renewal and Engagement in French Catholic Intellectual Culture in the Mid-Twentieth Century. (pp. 28-49). New York, US: Fordham University Press.
    Kelly, M. (2015). Le printemps du sang. La figure comparée de l'intellectuel de part et d'autre de la Manche pendant les années 1930. In M. Rapoport, & D. Cooper-Richet (Eds.), Nos meilleurs ennemis. L’entente culturelle franco-britannique revisitée. (pp. 65-80). Paris, FR: Atlande.
    Kelly, M. (2014). Modern languages. In H. Fry, S. Ketteridge, & S. Marshall (Eds.), A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Enhancing Academic Practice, 4th Edition. (pp. 292-310). Abingdon, GB: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (2014). Que peut l’Europe? Comment les décideurs peuvent mieux soutenir l’enseignement des langues. In M. Causa, S. Galligani, & M. Vlad (Eds.), Formation et Professionnalisation Enseignante en Contexts Pluriels. (pp. 399-413). Riveneuve Editions.
    Kelly, M. (2014). Staging the Entente in the first world war. In A. Fernandez-Ocampo, & M. Wolf (Eds.), Framing the Interpreter. Towards a Visual Perspective. (pp. 85-95). Abingdon, GB: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (2012). European documents and their implications for language teacher trainers: the profile. In P. Diadori (Ed.), How to Train Language Teacher Trainers. (pp. 15-30). Newcastle upon Tyne, GB: Cambridge Scholars.
    Kelly, M. (2011). Britain’s crisis of language learning. In Taking Flight: New Thinking on world writing.. (pp. 47-49). London, GB: English PEN and Free World.
    Kelly, M. (2011). Intercultural communication studies in Europe: the policy connection. In K. Torikai, K. Noda, M. Hiraga, & W. Koyama (Eds.), ????????????????? Invitation to Intercultural Communication Studies. (pp. 101-121). Tokyo, JP: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (2011). Language matters 2: modern languages. In J. Bate (Ed.), The Public Value of the Humanities. (pp. 259-271). London, GB: Bloomsbury Academic. DOI: 10.5040/9781849662451
    Kelly, M. (2011). Learning from France. In P. Lane, & M. Worton (Eds.), French Studies in and for the Twenty-First Century. Liverpool, City and Borough of, GB: Liverpool University Press.
    Kelly, M. (2011). Mounier multivocalist: Towards a multiple articulation of the French experience of Black Africa. In M. Orr, & L. Milne (Eds.), Narratives of French Modernity: Themes, Forms and Metamorphosis. (pp. 85-105). Bern, CH: Peter Lang.
    Kelly, M. (2011). Regards Britanniques sur l’histoire culturelle Française. In É. Cohen, P. Goetschel, L. Martin, & P. Ory (Eds.), Dix ans d’Histoire Culturelle. (pp. 174-180). Villeurbanne, FR: Presses de l’ENSIB.
    Kelly, M. (2011). Second language teacher education. In J. Jackson (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Language and Intercultural Communication. (pp. 409-421). (Routledge Handbooks in Applied Linguistics). Abingdon, GB: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (2010). Évolutions de la professionnalité enseignante. In G. Baillat, D. Niclot, & D. Ulma (Eds.), La formation des enseignants en Europe, approche comparative. (pp. 53-67). Paris, FR: De Boeck.
    Kelly, M., & Grenfell, M. (2010). Profilo europeo per la formazione dei docenti di lingue. In P. Diadori (Ed.), Formazione Qualità Certificazione per la didattica delle lingue moderne in Europa. (pp. 257-300). Milano, Italy: Le Monnier Italiano Perstranieri.
    Kelly, M. (2009). Cultural differences in education: Europe and China. In P. Gladston (Ed.), China and Other Spaces. (pp. 35-45). Nottingham, UK: Critical, Cultural and Communications Press.
    Kelly, M. (2008). Foreword. In J. Canning (Ed.), Five years on: The language landscape in 2007. (pp. 4). Southampton, GB: LLAS: Language Linguistic Area Studies.
    Kelly, M. (2008). Language teacher education in Europe. In K. M. Lauridsen, & D. Toudic (Eds.), Languages at Work in Europe, Festschrift in Honour of Professor Wolfgang Mackiewicz. (pp. 153-162). Göttingen: V&R Unipress.
    Kelly, M. (2008). What is cultural history now about? In R. Gildea, & A. Simonin (Eds.), Writing Contemporary History. (pp. 47-68). London, UK: Hodder Education.
    Kelly, M. (2007). Foreword. In J. Shaules (Ed.), Deep Culture: The Hidden Challenges of Global Living. (pp. ix-x). Clevedon, GB: Multilingual Matters.
    Kelly, M. (2006). Les regards britanniques sur la vie intellectuel française depuis la seconde guerre mondiale. In D. Cooper-Richet, & M. Rapoport (Eds.), Entente Cordiale: Cent ans de Relations Culturelles Franco-Britanniques (1904-2004). (pp. 293-303). Paris, France: Créaphis.
    Kelly, M. (2005). Cultural studies. In J. Coleman, & J. Klapper (Eds.), Effective Learning and Teaching in Modern Languages. (pp. 181-186). London, UK; New York, USA: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (2005). French intellectuals: the legendary exception. In E. Godin, & T. Chafer (Eds.), The French Exception. (pp. 193-207). Oxford, UK: Berghahn.
    Kelly, M. (2005). Raymond Aron. In B. Marshall (Ed.), France and the Americas: Culture, Politics, History. (Transatlantic Relations Series; Vol. 1). Oxford, UK; Santa Barbara, USA: ABC-CLIO.
    Kelly, M. (2004). Foreword. In A. Phipps, & M. Gonzalez (Eds.), Modern Languages, Learning and Teaching in an Intercultural Field. (pp. xi-xiii). (Teaching & Learning the Humanities in HE). London, GB: SAGE.
    Kelly, M. (2004). Foreword. In J. Coleman, & J. Klapper (Eds.), Effective Learning and Teaching in Modern Languages. (pp. x-xi). (Effective Learning and Teaching in Higher Education). London, UK: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (2004). Modern Languages. In J. Leach (Ed.), The Guardian University Guide 2005. (pp. 181). London, GB: Atlantic Books.
    Kelly, M. (2004). Strategic options for language centres: developing roles and relationships. In R. Satchell, & N. Chenik (Eds.), University Language Centres: Forging the Learning Environments of the Future. Papers from the 7th CercleS Conference, Paris, 19-21 September 2002. (pp. 13-20). Leeds, GB: CercleS.
    Head, D., Jones, E., Kelly, M., & Tinsley, T. (2003). Introduction. In D. Head, E. Jones, M. Kelly, & T. Tinsley (Eds.), Setting the Agenda for Languages Research in Higher Education. (pp. 1-6). London, UK: National Centre for Languages.
    Kelly, M. (2003). Languages in a changing world. In D. J. Jones (Ed.), LLAS Notes: Useful information for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies in Higher Education 2003/2004. (pp. 5-7). Southampton, GB: Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies.
    Kelly, M. (2003). Les Mains sales: engaging with policy for languages in higher education. In D. Head, M. Kelly, E. Jones, & T. Tinsley (Eds.), Setting the Agenda for Languages Research in Higher Education. (pp. 101-116). London, UK: CILT (National Centre for Languages).
    Kelly, M. (2003). Regards croisés sur les intellectuels français et britanniques. In M. Leymarie, & J. F. Sirinelli (Eds.), L'histoire des intellectuels aujourd'hui. (pp. 463-471). Paris, France: Presses Universitaires de France.
    Kelly, M. (2003). Religion, culture and politics. In N. Hewitt (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Modern French Culture. (pp. 165-186). (Cambridge Companions to Culture). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. DOI: 10.2277/052179465X
    Kelly, M. (2003). Religion, politics and culture in France. In N. Hewitt (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Modern French Culture. (pp. 165-186). (Cambridge Companions to Culture). Cambridge, GB: Cambridge University Press.
    Kelly, M. (2002). State of the subjects: Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies in the UK today. In The Guide to Good Practice for Learning and Teaching in Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies.
    Kelly, M., Elliott, I., & Fant, L. (2001). Introduction. In M. Kelly, I. Elliott, & L. Fant (Eds.), Third Level, Third Space: Intercultural Communication and Language in European Higher Education. (pp. 1-9). (Collection Transversales: langues, sociétés, cultures et apprentissages; No. 2). Oxford, UK; Bern, Switzerland; Berlin, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; Frankfurt am Main, Germany; New York, USA; Wien, Austria: Peter Lang.
    Kelly, M. (2001). Recommendations on intercultural communication. In M. Kelly, I. Elliott, & L. Fant (Eds.), Third Level, Third Space: Intercultural Communication and Language in European Higher Education. (pp. 171-194). (Collection Transversales: langues, sociétés, cultures et apprentissages; No. 2). Oxford, UK; Bern, Switzerland; Berlin, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; Frankfurt am Main, Germany; New York, USA; Wien, Austria: Peter Lang.
    Kelly, M. (2001). Serrez ma haire avec ma discipline. Reconfiguring the structures and concepts. In R. D. Napoil, L. Polezzi, & A. King (Eds.), Fuzzy Boundaries? Reflections on Modern Languages and the Humanities. (pp. 43-56). London, UK: CILT (National Centre for Languages).
    Kelly, M. (2001). The third space: meaning and power. In D. Killick, M. Parry, & A. Phipps (Eds.), Poetics and Praxis of Languages and Intercultural Communication. (pp. 55-62). Glasgow,UK: French and German Publications, University of Glasgow.
    Kelly, M. (2001). Towards an intercultural practice of language teaching. In M. Kelly, I. Elliott, & L. Fant (Eds.), Third Level, Third Space: Intercultural Communication and Language in European Higher Education. (pp. 121-130). (Collection Transversales: langues, sociétés, cultures et apprentissages; No. 2). Oxford, UK; Bern, Switzerland; Berlin, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; Frankfurt am Main, Germany; New York, USA; Wien, Austria: Peter Lang.
    Kelly, M. (2001). Transformations of the French intellectual. In J. Marks, & E. McCaffrey (Eds.), French Cultural Debates. (pp. 94-108). (Monash Romance Studies). Newark, USA: University of Delaware Press.
    Kelly, M. (2000). Catholicism and the left in twentieth-century France. In K. Chadwick (Ed.), Catholicism, Politics and Society in Twentieth-Century France. (pp. 142-174). Liverpool, UK: Liverpool University Press.
    Kelly, M. (2000). Higher Education. In Languages: the next generation. The final report and recommendations of The Nuffield Languages Inquiry. (pp. 54-57). London, GB: The Nuffield Foundation.
    Kelly, M. (2000). Mapping culture in language degrees. In N. McBride, & K. Seago (Eds.), Target culture - target language?. (pp. 81-92). London, UK: CILT National Centre for Languages.
    Kelly, M., & Nuffield Foundation (2000). Part two, 5.2: Higher education. In Languages: the next generation: the final report and recommendations of the Nuffield Languages Inquiry. (pp. 54-72). London, UK: Nuffield Foundation.
    Kelly, M. (2000). The stranger's gaze: the emergence of French cultural studies. In J. Baetens, & J. Lambert (Eds.), The Future of Cultural Studies: Essays in Honour of Joris Vlasselars. (pp. 107-121). (Symbolae Facultatis Litterarum Lovaniensis - Series B; No. 16). Leuven, Belgium: Leuven University Press.
    Kelly, M. (2000). The teachers. In Languages: the next generation. The final report and recommendations of The Nuffield Languages Inquiry. (pp. 69-72). London, GB: The Nuffield Foundation.
    Kelly, M. (1999). Everyday marxism. The convergent analyses of Roland Barthes and Henri Lefebvre. In J. Dolamore (Ed.), Making Connections: Essays in French Culture and Society in Honour of Philip Thody. (pp. 135-146). Oxford, UK; Bern, Switzerland; Berlin, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; Frankfurt am Main, Germany; New York, USA; Wien, Austria: Peter Lang.
    Kelly, M. (1999). Field and habitus in intercultural communication. In M. Grenfell, & M. Kelly (Eds.), Pierre Bourdieu: Language, Culture and Education. Theory into Practice. (pp. 177-186). Oxford, UK; Bern, Switzerland; Berlin, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; Frankfurt am Main, Germany; New York, USA; Wien, Austria: Peter Lang.
    Kelly, M. (1999). Intercultural communication and language teaching. In A. Chambers, & D. P. Ó Baoill (Eds.), Intercultural Communication and Language Learning. (pp. 37-46). Dublin, Ireland: Irish Association for Applied Linguistics/Royal Irish Academy.
    Kelly, M. (1999). Languages in Higher Education. In 1999 Languages Yearbook. (pp. 64-65). London, GB: CILT: The National Centre for Languages.
    Kelly, M. (1998). André Glucksmann. In A. Hughes, & K. Reader (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. (pp. 272). (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture). London, UK; New York, USA: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (1998). André Marty. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 236-237). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Bernard-Henri Lévy. In A. Hughes, & K. Reader (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. (pp. 335-336). (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture). London, UK; New York, USA: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Class. In A. Hughes, & K. Reader (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. (pp. 111-112). (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture). London, UK; New York, USA: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Daniel Mayer. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 241). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Francs tireurs et partisans- main d'oeuvre immigrée. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 145-146). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Front nationale. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 150-151). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press. DOI: 10.1336/0313294216
    Kelly, M. (1998). Germany - propaganda in France. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 163-164). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Henri Lefebvre. In A. Hughes, & K. Reader (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. (pp. 327-328). (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture). London, UK; New York, USA: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Ici-Paris. In A. Hughes, & K. Reader (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. (pp. 290). (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture). London, UK; New York, US: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Jacques Chevalier. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 63-64). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press. DOI: 10.1336/0313294216
    Kelly, M. (1998). Mouvement de Libération Nationale. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 252). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Mouvements unis de la Résistance. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 253-254). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1998). New philosophers. In A. Hughes, & K. Reader (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. (pp. 394-395). London, UK; New York, USA: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Otto lists. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 269-270). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Paul Ricoeur. In A. Hughes, & K. Reader (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. (pp. 470). (Routledge Encyclopedias of Contemporary European Cultures). London, UK; New York, USA: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Pierre-Henri Teitgen. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 345-346). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Press, Clandestine. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 287-289). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Switzerland. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 340-341). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Universities. In B. M. Gordon (Ed.), A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. (pp. 356-357). Westport, USA: Greenwood Press.
    Kelly, M. (1997). Plenary speech, 1c. In T. Tinsley (Ed.), Teacher Supply in Modern Foreign Languages. (pp. 7-8). London, GB: CILT/TTA.
    Kelly, M. (1996). Revolution, renaissance, redressement: representations of historical change in post-war France. In G. Bartram, M. Slawinski, & D. Steel (Eds.), Reconstructing the past: Representations of the Fascist Era in Postwar European Culture. (pp. 32-48). Keele, UK: Keele University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Anthropology. In P. France (Ed.), The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. (pp. 34-35). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Crisis and commitment. In J. Forbes, & M. Kelly (Eds.), French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. (pp. 69-78). Oxford: UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Introduction: French cultural identities. In J. Forbes, & M. Kelly (Eds.), French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. (pp. 1-7). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Marxism. In P. France (Ed.), The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. (pp. 505-506). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Modernization and popular culture. In J. Forbes, & M. Kelly (Eds.), French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. (pp. 140-152). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Personalism. In P. France (Ed.), The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. (pp. 616-617). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Politics and culture from the cold war to decolonization. In J. Forbes, & M. Kelly (Eds.), French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. (pp. 124-135). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Postmodernism. In P. France (Ed.), The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. (pp. 634). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Post-structuralism. In P. France (Ed.), The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. (pp. 634-635). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Reconstructions of the French Nation. In J. Forbes, & M. Kelly (Eds.), French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. (pp. 99-109). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Sociology. In P. France (Ed.), The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. (pp. 770-771). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). The French ideologies. In J. Forbes, & M. Kelly (Eds.), French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. (pp. 109-119). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). The new novel and the new criticism. In J. Forbes, & M. Kelly (Eds.), French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. (pp. 164-171). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    Kelly, M. (1995). The reconstruction of masculinity at the liberation. In H. R. Kedward, & N. Wood (Eds.), The Liberation of France: Image and Event. (pp. 117-128). (Berg French Studies). Oxford, UK; Washington, USA: Berg.
    Kelly, M. (1994). Philosophies of Marxism: Gramsci, Lukacs, Benjamin, Althusser. In R. Kearney (Ed.), Twentieth Century Continental Philosophy. (pp. 222-251). (Routledge History of Philosophy; Vol. 8). London, UK; New York, USA: Routledge.
    Kelly, M. (1992). Materialism in nineteenth-century France. In B. Rigby (Ed.), French Literature, Thought and Culture in the Nineteenth Century. A Material World. Essays in honour of D. G. Charlton. (pp. 23-41). (Warwick studies in the European Humanities). Basingstoke, UK: Macmillan.
    Kelly, M. (1991). Catholics and communism in liberation France, 1944-47. In F. Tallett, & N. Atkin (Eds.), Religion, Society and Politics in France since 1789. (pp. 187-202). London, UK; Rio Grande, USA: Hambledon Press.
    Kelly, M. (1991). Das gespenst der kollaboration im "après-guerre". In G. Hirschfeld, & P. Marsh (Eds.), Kollaboration in Frankreich: Politik, Wirstschaft und Kultur während der nationalsozialistischen Besatzung. (pp. 252-265). Frankfurt, Germany: S. Fischer Verlag.
    Kelly, M. (1990). Marxism and faith. In M. Cornick (Ed.), Beliefs and Identity in Modern France. (pp. 179-193). Loughborough, UK: Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France and European Research Centre.
    Kelly, M. (1990). Picasso y la guerra civil espanola. In D. Gagen, & D. George (Eds.), La Guerra Civil Espanola. Arte y Violencia. (pp. 89-106). (Coleccio?n maior; No. 20). Murcia, Spain: Universidad de Murcia.
    Kelly, M. (1989). Humanism and national unity: the ideological reconstruction of France. In N. Hewitt (Ed.), The Culture of Reconstruction: European Literature, Thought and Film, 1945-50. (pp. 103-119). Basingstoke, UK; New York, USA: Macmillan; St. Martin's Press.
    Kelly, M. (1989). The view of collaboration during the 'Après-guerre'. In G. Hirschfeld, & P. Marsh (Eds.), The Collaboration in France: Politics and Culture During the Nazi Occupation 1940-1944. (pp. 239-251). Oxford, UK; Washington D.C., USA: Berg.
    Kelly, M. (1984). Marxism and literature. In K. B. Nolan (Ed.), Karl Marx: the Materialist Messiah. (pp. 84-92). (The Thomas Davis lecture series). Dublin and Cork, Ireland: Mercier Press.
    Kelly, M. (1980). The influence of O'Connell's example on French liberal Catholicism. In D. McCartney (Ed.), The World of Daniel O'Connell. (pp. 150-162). Dublin, Ireland: Mercier Press for The Cultural Relations Committee of Ireland.

Conferences

    Kelly, M. (2000). The postwar cultural reconstruction of France and Germany, 1944-46: issues of identity and methodology. In D. Apollon, O-B. Fure, & L. Svåsand (Eds.), Approaching a New Millennium: Lessons from the Past, Prospects for the Future. Proceedings of the 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), 14-18 August 2000, University of Bergen, Norway. Bergen: Norway: University of Bergen; ISSEI.
    Kelly, M. (1999). Aragon et l'humanisme dans les années quarante. In A. MacAnulty (Ed.), Aragon, Elsa Triolet et les cultures étrangères. (pp. 87-98). (Se?rie linguistique et se?miotiques; No. 34). Besançon, France: Presses Unversitaires de Franche Comté.
    Grenfell, M., & Kelly, M. (1999). Introduction. In M. Grenfell, & M. Kelly (Eds.), Pierre Bourdieu: Language, Culture and Education. Theory into Practice. (pp. 13-23). Oxford, UK; Bern, Switzerland; Berlin, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; Frankfurt am Main, Germany; New York, USA; Wien, Austria: Peter Lang.
    Kelly, M. (1999). Towards an intercultural practice of langauge teaching. In D. Killick, & M. Parry (Eds.), Languages for Cross-Cultural Capability. Promoting the Discipline: Marking Boundaries and Crossing Borders. (pp. 2-8). Leeds, UK: Leeds Metropolitan University.
    Kelly, M. (1999). Understanding the cultural in language learning. In D. Killick, & M. Parry (Eds.), Languages for Cross-Cultural Capability. Promoting the Discipline: Marking Boundaries and Crossing Borders. (pp. 172-180). Leeds, UK: Leeds Metropolitan University Centre for Language Study.
    Kelly, M. (1998). Language and politics in everyday life. In F. Brinkhuis, & S. Talmor (Eds.), Memory, History and Critique: European Identity at the Millennium. Proceedings of the Fifth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas, at the University for Humanist Studies, Utrecht. Utrecht: The Netherlands: International Society for the Study of European Ideas/ University for Humanist Studies.
    Kelly, M. (1998). The hegemony of national identity in the field of cultural identities. In F. Brinkhuis, & S. Talmor (Eds.), Memory, History and Critique: European Identity at the Millennium. Proceedings of the Fifth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas, at the University for Humanist Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands, August 19-24, 1996. Cambridge: MIT Press Journals.
    Kelly, M., & Bonel-Elliott, I. (1997). (Inter)cultural studies in the curriculum of students specialising in modern languages. 39-42. Paper presented at Proceedings of ELC/TNP Intercultural Communication Workshops, .
    Kelly, M. (1997). Intercultural communication and higher education in Europe. In D. Killick, & M. Parry (Eds.), Developing Cross-Cultural Capability. (pp. 33-38). Leeds, UK: Leeds Metropolitan University.
    Kelly, M. (1995). Academics and semesterised examinations, a postmodern experience. In D. O'Connell (Ed.), Examinations in the context of change. (pp. 13-28). Dublin, Ireland: University Teaching Committee, University College Dublin.
    Kelly, M. (1991). Catholic cultural policy from 1944 to 1950: bande dessinée and cinema. In B. Rigby, & N. Hewitt (Eds.), France and the Mass Media. (pp. 20-36). (Warwick Studies in the European Humanities). Basingstoke, UK: Macmillan.
    Kelly, M. (1988). British cultural contexts for French civilisation teaching. In E. Cahm (Ed.), Teaching French civilisation in Britain, the United States and Australia : proceedings of the Anglo-American Seminar held at Portsmouth Polytechnic, 18th-20th September 1987. (pp. 57-67). London, UK: Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France.

Reports

Mike has supervised and examined doctoral theses in several areas of modern French cultural studies, and in aspects of applied linguistics, including language education, discourse analysis and intercultural communication.

Mike has taught in most areas of modern French studies, including French thought, bande dessinée and the politics and society of contemporary France. He has also taught European and transnational cultural studies, and intercultural communication.

From 2000-2011 he was Director of the Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies, and was active in developing national strategies to increase the interest of students in studying these subjects, and at the same time working to encourage and disseminate more effective approaches to teaching and learning. Since then, he has directed LLAS Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies, which leads projects in the area of educational development at national and European levels, and offers a programme of professional development for staff in schools and universities.

Professor Michael Kelly
Building 65 Faculty of Humanities University of Southampton Avenue Campus Highfield Southampton SO17 1BF United Kingdom

Email:M.H.Kelly@soton.ac.uk

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