Tue, 16 Jan|
Understanding France through Popular Music with Timo Obergӧker
Dive into the vibrant world of French popular music and uncover the essence of France in this talk on January 16, 2024!
Time & Location
16 Jan 2024, 18:00 – 19:15
Chester, Castle Dr, Chester CH1 1SL, UK
About the Event
Music has always been a marker of identity, helping to create shared emotions and collective
identities. In this talk, Timo Obergöker,Professor of French and Francophone Cultural
Studies at the University of Chester, will take theaudience on an audiovisual tour through
contemporary French music. He will use this journey as a means to explore today’s France
and ultimately how notions of Frenchness have changed over time.
Do join us for an entertaining and ultimately important exploration of Britain’s nearest
Tickets: Free and open to all to attend (university and public)
Date: Tuesday 16th January, 6pm-7.15pm (tea and coffee available)
In Person Event: Wheeler Campus, Lecture Theatre CRV139, University of Chester, Castle Dr, Chester CH1 1SL
• University parking available at rear of building within Crown Courts, spaces marked 'U' (With staff or uni student card you can enter through rear entrance, this is also the accessible entrance, otherwise you will need to walk around to front of Wheeler building)
• Or paid parking at Little Roodee Car Park, Grosvenor Rd, Chester CH1 1SL
Lecture Hall (CRV 139) is one flight up the main staircase or use elevator lift.
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