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BSU is releasing a digitised version of the Paul Hazard Collection, kept in the Ascoli Library. Paul Hazard was a teacher of French and comparative literature, first in Lyon, then at the Faculty of Letters in Paris and finally at the Collège de France. In 1921, he co-founded the Revue de littérature comparée [Comparative Literature Review]. The majority of the collection contains notes and manuscripts by Hazard, as well as his private and professional correspondence. Within this framework, we find a sub-collection consisting of letters written by Hazard and received by Philippe Bertault (1879-1970), Doctor of Letters. The collection also includes manifestos, newspapers and leaflets produced and distributed by the Futurist movement. His activity as founder and editor of the Revue de littérature comparée is documented in this collection.