Edward Welch (UK)

Edward Welch is Carnegie Professor of French at the University of Aberdeen. His research focuses on French literary and visual culture of the post-war period, and its responses to processes of modernisation, decolonisation, and urban change. He is interested in how such processes have shaped French space, how they have been perceived, and how they have inflected lived experience. He has explored these questions through discussion of a range of writers, filmmakers and photographers, including Jean-Luc Godard, Raymond Depardon, Annie Ernaux, Sophie Calle and Roland Barthes.



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