France in the World has been accused of attacking the “national story,” and even by Alain Finkielkraut of trying to “bury the heritage of France,” due to the place given to migrations and outside contributions. Beyond those accusations, how to write a history in the world that would be more than just a history of mixed encounters?
With Anouche Kunth researcher at the CNRS
Reading by Flora Chéreau, student from ERACM
Hosted by Joseph Confavreux