The latest in our Q&A series sees Dr Lisa Algazi Marcus talk about her new monograph, 'Mother’s Milk and Male Fantasy in Nineteenth-Century French Narrative', discussing the role of breastfeeding in nineteenth-century France and its representations in literature of the period.
In an exclusive Q&A for Liverpool University Press, Lübecker chats to us about his latest book, reading nineteenth-century French poetry with a philosophical corpus, as well as his concerns for the visual.
To celebrate the publication and upcoming book launch of her new book, Dr. Tomlinson was interviewed by fellow LUP author, Dr. Wimbush to discuss the novel and the ways in which it handles representations of menstruation, childbirth and the menopause in women's writing in French.
By Charles Forsdick and Claire Launchbury As a site of arrival, transit and departure, the airport epitomizes the transnational. Exemplary in this regard is France’s largest international airport, Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle. Opened in 1974, by taking the name of the recently deceased de Gaulle, it sought to project French exceptionalism, a renewed national self-confidence in the aftermath … Continue reading
By Etienne Achille, Charles Forsdick and Lydie Moudileno Pierre Nora’s collective volume Les Lieux de mémoire (1984-1992) has been widely recognized as one of the most important historiographical interventions of the late 20th century. Emerging initially from a context dominated by debates around how to commemorate the bicentenary of the French Revolution in 1989, the … Continue reading