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14 January 2020

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Professor Morisi speaks to French national radio on Albert Camus

Professor Ève Morisi, Tutorial Fellow in French at St Hugh’s, was invited to participate in France’s national radio show “La marche de l’histoire” on 6 January 2020, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Albert Camus’s death.

She talked about her current book project, “Albert Camus et le terrorisme,” which collects all of Camus’s texts on State terror and clandestine political violence, including previously-unpublished material.

Listen to the podcast here:

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