Teaching French History

I wrote a piece for the Arts and Humanities as Higher Education blog, and you can find it by visiting that site, or clicking on this LINK.

In that piece, I wrote up a roundtable discussion that we’d had at a workshop organised by Chris Millington. In the blog, I mentioned translated source collections, and if you wondered which were my favourites, then here are the three that I’ve used the most frequently in recent teaching:


Also, just for posterity, here’s a picture of the schedule from the day (along with some of my scribbled noted for the roundtable)


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