Tag Archives: france

  1. Macron’s Appeal: Resistance and Myths

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    September 25, 2017 by Andrew W M Smith

    In March 1942, the trade-unionist Christian Pineau secretly flew to London from Nazi Occupied France, seeking to connect his resistance …
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  2. Teaching French History

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    February 15, 2017 by Andrew W M Smith

    I wrote a piece for the Arts and Humanities as Higher Education blog, and you can find it by visiting that …
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  3. Book Launch: Report & Recording

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    November 4, 2016 by Andrew W M Smith

    My book launch took place on 31st October at the IHR. Ludivine Broch has written up a report on the …
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  4. “Citizen of nowhere”: Revolution and reaction revived

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    October 6, 2016 by Andrew W M Smith

    “Citizen of nowhere”: there’s a poetic ring to it, I suppose, though its inference is dark. As Peter Catterall points …
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  5. Doing History: A Timeline of My Book’s Publication

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    September 27, 2016 by Andrew W M Smith

    Someone asked me recently about my experience of publishing my book, and as I started thinking about it I realised …
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  6. Guarding the Limits: Voices & Memory in an Age of Narrative

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    March 16, 2016 by Andrew W M Smith

    Historians aren’t meant to see the future, though sometimes it feels like we’re expected to. We all know the adage …
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  7. 2015: A Year in Review

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    December 22, 2015 by Andrew W M Smith

    This is as much a personal as a public exercise, but it seems like a good piece of intellectual accounting …
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