Modern French History @IHR: Education and Childhood in the Modern Francophone World

Please join us to welcome Sarah Curtis (San Francisco State University) on ‘Small Worlds: The Culture of Childhood in Nineteenth-Century France‘ and Rebecca Rogers (Paris 8) on ‘The lessons of biography in the history of 19th-century girls’ education‘ at the IHR.

Their papers have been delivered in the video below, and on Monday 15 Nov 2021 at 5:30pm (GMT) the speakers and chair will gather on Zoom to discuss their papers ‘in person’, before then welcoming participation and Q&A from the audience in the second half of the session.

Register to join our live discussion HERE. See you there!


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