Beatrice Ivey discusses the relationship between history and cinema in Rachid Bouchareb’s 2006 film, Indigènes (Days of Glory).
About the Presenter
<img class="alignleft wp-image-248" src="http://frenchfilmonline.co.uk/files/2014/08/BI-image-300×263.jpg" alt="BI image" width="158" height="140" srcset="http://frenchfilmonline tablette viagra.co.uk/files/2014/08/BI-image-300×263.jpg 300w, http://frenchfilmonline.co.uk/files/2014/08/BI-image.jpg 631w” sizes=”(max-width: 158px) 100vw, 158px” />Beatrice Ivey is currently finishing a MA by research in French at the University of Leeds. Her research interests include memory studies, gender studies, Franco-Algerian literature, theatre and film. She completed a BA at the University of Birmingham in English Literature and French studies. She then taught as a lectrice d’anglais (English teacher) at the univeristé de Lyon 2. She has been accepted as a PhD candidate at Leeds, funded by a Leeds anniversary scholarship. She also works in Educational Engagement at the University of Leeds, promoting modern languages in schools and at higher education.