Theatre, Censorship and Discrimination in fin-de-siecle France
Date: 08 March 2012, 14:00
Location: 60 Park Place
The School is pleased to announce this lecture by:
Dr Emmanuelle Chapin (Stanford)
Dr Emmanuelle Chapin received her PhD in History from Stanford University. Her dissertation was entitled ‘Discriminating Democracy: Theatre and Republican Cultural Policy in France, 1878-1893.’ Dr Chapin graduated from the University of Paris X-Nanterre in 1998 and in 2002 completed the DEA at the University of Paris I-Sorbonne.
She has contributed teaching on the history of ideas and on European history to courses at Stanford University and Fordham University. She has worked as an archivist at a number of research centres and libraries including the French Permanent Mission to the UN in Vienna and the Museum of Music in Paris.
Dr Chapin has presented her work on French society, theatre, and politics at universities in Australia and New Zealand and at the École des Hautes études en Sciences Sociales. She has held grants from the French Historical Mission in Germany and the European Science Foundation, and was awarded the Weter Dissertation Writing Fellowship at Stanford.
Organised by our Languages, Cultures and Ideologies Research Unit
All Welcome to Attend