International Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures
Fédération internationale des langues et littératures modernes (FILLM)
Internationale Vereinigung für Neuere Sprachen und Literaturen
1928-08 Oslo Norway
Aug 1928, Oslo (Norway), as International Committee on Modern Literary History – Commission internationale d'histoire des littératures modernes. Also previously referred to in French as Commission internationale d'Histoire littéraire moderne. Reorganized and present name adopted 1951, Florence (Italy). Constitution adopted at 6th International Congress, 14-15 Sep 1954, Oxford (UK). Statutes modified at 7th Congress, 25 Aug 1957, Heidelberg (Germany FR), and again Oct 2012.
Develop and encourage scholarly study of modern and medieval languages and literatures.
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