Michaël Abecassis is a Senior Instructor in French and a College Lecturer at the University of Oxford. He has published widely on French linguistics and cinema. His publications include The Representation of Parisian Speech in the Cinema of the 1930s (2005), Le français parlé au XXIème siècle in two volumes (2008), with Laure Ayosso and Elodie Vialleton, and Les Voix des Français in two volumes (2010) with Gudrun Ledegen. Gudrun Ledegen is a Senior Lecturer in French and Linguistics at the Université de la Réunion. She has published on French Linguistics and Contact Linguistics. Her publications range from Le bon usage. Les étudiants et la norme linguistique (2000), to Anciens et nouveaux plurilinguismes. En hommage à Nicole Gueunier (2003), Pratiques linguistiques des jeunes en terrains plurilingues (2007) and Les Voix des Français in two volumes (2010) with Michaël Abecassis. Karen Zouaoui holds an “Agrégation” in English (French teaching qualification) and has taught French at the Universities of Nottingham and Oxford, as well as English at the Universities of La Sorbonne and of Paris Diderot where she is now completing her Doctorat on the British avant-garde of the 1960s.