On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. at 011 Old Chem, a lunchtime discussion was held on political journalism in France post-Charlie Hebdo with Laurent Binet.
This followed Binet's talk on Tuesday evening, March 31, 6:00 p.m. at 011 Old Chem, where he talked about his historical novel HHhH in the seminar co-sponsored with the Contemporary Global Novel research group with Nancy Armstrong. Information about this meeting can be found on the CFFS site: http://sites.duke.edu/cffs/events/co-sponsored/laurent-binet-seminar/.
Binet is hosted by French and Francophone Studies and co-sponsored by the Media Fellows Program of the Sanford Public Policy School. and the Forum for Scholars and Publics.
Writer and journalist
Laurent Binet is a writer-journalist known best for his novel, HHhH (2009), a historical thriller in the extensive field of World War II fiction. Binet takes up the event of “Operation Änthropoide” in a first-person narrative probing how we investigate, reconstruct, ...