Making sense of and with the past: catastrophe, narrative, historicity and the early pandemic

Jessica Stacey is the author of Narrative, catastrophe and historicity in eighteenth-century French literature, the February volume in the Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment series. This book explores the question of how French eighteenth-century writers used stories of catastrophe to place themselves within history. In this blog post, Jessica Stacey uses the early pandemic as a case study to … Continue reading