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19 September 2019

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Professor Morisi talks to the BBC World Service about Albert Camus

Ève Morisi, Associate Professor of French, has been featured on the BBC World Service programme “The Forum”.

She was offering her expertise on the French Algerian writer and Nobel Prize laureate Albert Camus (1913-1960).

The discussion focused on what led Camus “to become a tireless advocate of humanism.”

The programme can be listened to here.

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