Can choosing to focus on dates, even if it can be justified as a way not to intimidate the reader, create a cohesive history, or only a fractured one? Does trying to avoid the “national story” at all costs lead to an excessive lack of continuity, to the story of our dispersions rather than of our potentials?
With Florian Mazel professor of medieval history at Université Rennes 2 and coordinator of France in the World
Reading by Tamara Lipszyc, student from ERACM
Hosted by Joseph Confavreux