Uni at the Fest | Literature and the Every-day

Part of the Literature Festival Running from
Last event: Tuesday 13 November 2018 at 1pm
  • FREE (booking required)

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  • Garret Theatre

Hosted by the Department of Modern Languages University of Chester, Eric Chauvier, the French anthropologist, and Anna-Louise Milne, a specialist in twentieth-century Parisian history and culture, will discuss the creative potential of the everyday. 

Eric Chauvier is a French anthropologist, writer and University lecturer.  

His work, is at the crossroad between literature and anthropology explores the manifold realities of contemporary France: cities, motorways, suburban spaces.  

Anna-Louise Milne is of Scottish origin and teaches French literature at the University of London Institute in Paris (ULIP). Her novel 75, a novel without fiction written in French, explores otherness, urban spaces, belonging.


Approx 60 mins

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