Event type
Modern French History
Event dates
, 1:00PM - 2:00PM
Online- via Zoom
Marie Pierre Ulloa (Stanford University), Keith Rathbone (Macquarie University)
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Alfred Nakache and French Identity: An Interwar and Wartime Jewish Sporting Life  

-Pierre Ulloa
is a lecturer in French and Francophone Studies at Stanford University. She is the author of Francis Jeanson, a Dissident Intellectual from the French Resistance to the Algerian War (Stanford University Press, 2008). She is a regular contributor to La Vie des Idées / Books and Ideas and has an ongoing research project on the Maghrebi Diaspora in the United States.

Walter Jaye’s Trajectory and the Condensation of Memory: Silencing & Voicing World War II in Post-War America

Keith Rathbone researches twentieth century French social and cultural history and his first monograph focuses on Physical Culture in France,1932-1948. In investigating physical culture, he addresses historiographic issues such as the continuity between the Third Republic and the Vichy Regime, the gendered ideology of Vichy sports programs, and the development of collaboration and resistance.

This session will be chaired by Daniel Lee (QMUL).

All welcome- this event is free, but booking is required.