On Monday 26 April 2021, at 17h30pm, two scholars address the pressing question of race across centuries of French history. Christy Pichichero will be presenting on early modern and modern France, and Sarah Dunstan on the twentieth century. Please watch the recorded papers below, and BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE to join us on Monday 256 April for our live discussion!
Christy Pichichero (George Mason University) Race, Gender, and Docile Bodies in Eighteenth-Century France
Sarah Dunstan (QMUL) ‘Race, Rights and Reform: Black activism in the French Empire and the United States from World War I to the Cold War’