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Talking about Race in Nineteenth-Century France: Ethics and the Impact of Distance

Jennifer Yee, University of Oxford

November 2, 2020 · 4:30 pm EST · via Zoom – Registration Required

Department of French and Italian

Race in France Lecture Series: Talking about Race in Nineteenth-Century France: Ethics and the Impact of Distance

Jennifer Yee is Professor of Literature in French at the University of Oxford. She completed her undergraduate studies in Sydney and her postgraduate studies in Paris. Her main research and teaching fields are in literature in French from 1721 to the present, with particular interests in colonialism and postcolonial issues, orientalism, exoticism, métissage, material objects, and the relationship between writing and the visual.

Open to members of the Princeton University community.
If you would like to participate, please contact Kelly Eggers for the Zoom ID.

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Made possible by the 250th Anniversary Fund for Innovation in Undergraduate Education and the Program in Contemporary European Politics and Society.

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