The conference will be held at the Art, Humanities and Social Sciences department of the Université de Franche-Comté : 30 rue Mégevand, 25000 Besançon, France.
What to see in Besançon:
Besançon has a lot to offer to visitors:
⟶ The Citadel (The fortress is one of Vauban's masterpieces)
⟶ The Time museum (Besançon was known as the capital of watchmaking)
⟶ Victor Hugo's birthplace (Hugo comes alive through sets designed with the latest technology)
⟶ The Museum of fine arts (more than 6,000 drawings; Egyptian, Mediterranean and regional archaeological collections, numerous sculptures, ceramics, goldsmiths’ pieces and an exceptional collection of paintings representative of the main currents of Western art history from the end of the 15th to the 20th century.)
⟶ Sightseeing Boat rides (Sightseeing on Vauban's fortification)
⟶ And many other must-sees: monuments, street art, gardens, open markets, gourmet shops, etc.