Dr Fanny Lacote will lift the veil on the secrets and mysteries contained within the unknown French literary production published during a turbulent period in History.
Dr Fanny Lacote, FWA post-doctoral research fellow in French
Unveiling the secrets and mysteries of French novels (1789-1820) - Dr Fanny Lacote will lift the veil on the secrets and mysteries contained within the unknown French literary production published during a turbulent period in History, from the French Revolution (1789-1804), to the Restoration of the Monarchy (1814-1830). It will uncover some of the editorial and publishing strategies used in a volatile political landscape to appeal to an increasing readership eager for English Gothic stories.
(Contains references of a violent nature)
Humanities Light Night – Oxford Research Unwrapped!
As part of the national Being Human Festival, and Oxford’s Christmas Light Festival, Humanities Light Night - Oxford Research Unwrapped! was a spectacular explosion of colour, sound and activity for all, including a huge video projection onto the 3-storey Radcliffe humanities building, premiering SOURCE: CODE which featured the work of Oxford Humanities Professors Jacob Dahl, Richard Parkinson and Armand D'Angour, and co-created by Oxford Humanities researchers and The Projection Studio, world-class projection and sound-artists. A series of talks took place during the evening, relating to the theme ‘Discovery’.
This event was part of the Humanities Cultural Programme.