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3 February 2023

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POSTPONED – St Hugh’s Fellow in French in Conversation with Constance Debré

Constance Debré is a former lawyer and a contemporary French writer with an interest in life writing and questions of gender, sexuality, and social norms. She has published three novels, including the highly acclaimed Play Boy (Stock, 2016), Love Me Tender (Flammarion, 2020, Prix Les Inrockuptibles) and Nom (Flammarion, 2022). On Wednesday 8 February at 5.00pm, she will be in conversation (in French) with Ève Morisi at the Maison Française d’Oxford. To attend this event please register here. The event will be followed by a small drinks reception.

Ève Morisi is Associate Professor of French and Francophone Literature and Fellow in French at St Hugh’s. She works on the intersections of poetics, politics and ethics in modern and contemporary literature.


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