Modern French History @IHR – BOOK LAUNCH – Sarah Farmer’s Rural Inventions (OUP, 2020)

On Monday 1 November, 5:30pm (London time) we will gather to launch and discuss Sarah Farmer‘s (UC Irvine) latest book, Rural Inventions: The French Countryside after 1945 (OUP, 2020). 

Available for purchase via Oxford University Press. See the discount flyer below:

Venus Bivar (University of York) and Sue Collard (University of Sussex) will be joining Sarah to discuss her book, and we will then open the discussion to the audience.

To join us into the discussion, please BOOK HERE and register for the event. You will receive a Zoom link & passcode. You can also see a  brief introduction to the book in the video below, where Sarah Farmer discusses the themes and questions which arise in her work.

The programme for the semester is available at the IHR site  


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