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775 Univ Online Talks: Dr Natalya Vince

Dr Natalya Benkhaled-Vince775 Univ Online Talks

Dr Natalya Benkhaled-Vince
“Turn on, tune in, don’t drop out: 1960s students between protest and state-building”

Wednesday, 5 June 2024, 5-5.45pm (BST)
Online via Zoom

The Master, Baroness Amos, is delighted to invite all members of the College to the following online event: “Turn on, tune in, don’t drop out: 1960s students between protest and state-building”, by Dr Natalya Vince. The event will take place online as a talk, followed by a short Q&A session, led by the Master.

Dr Natalya Benkhaled-Vince is Univ’s Sanderson Tutorial Fellow in Modern History, and an Associate Professor of the History of Modern France and the Francophone World. Her research is centred on the French empire, decolonisation, and post-colonial histories in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Register in advance for this webinar via this link.

Any queries, please contact Isabel Sebode via Isabel.Sebode@univ.ox.ac.uk



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