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Martin Evans is Professor Of Modern European History at the University of Sussex. He is a historian of empires whose work focuses on how empires begin, how they rule, how they are resisted, how they end and their complex aftermaths. Some of his latest articles include ‘Towards a new comparative, connected and interdisciplinary history of Paris-London 1962-89: a theoretical intervention’ published in Hommes, Migrations in 2019, and ‘Towards an emotional history of settler decolonisation: De Gaulle, political masculinity and the end of French Algeria 1958-1962’ in Settler Colonial Studies in 2018. 

Chair: Andrew Smith (QMUL)

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