Chris Reynolds


Senior Lecturer of French and European Studies at Nottingham Trent University. My main research interests are in relation to the events of 1968. Having initially focussed on the French events of mai 68, I have widened my analysis to examine the period from a European perspective. Currently a member of a 16 strong team of international researchers working on a Leverhulme/AHRC/British Academy project looking at the transnational nature of the 1968 events.

Livres / Books :
- Memories of May ’68: France’s Convenient Consensus (Cardiff, University of Wales Press, 2011)

Articles :
- "The collective European memory of 1968 – The case of N. Ireland", special issue of Etudes Irlandaises, Numéro 36.1, Printemps/Eté 2011
- "May–June 1968: reflector and vector of a nation’s diversity – the case of Strasbourg, Alsace", in McCormack, Jo, Pratt, Murray, Rolls, Alistair, Hexagonal Variations. Diversity, Plurality and Reinvention in Contemporary France (Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2011), 275-97
- "Mai 68 and the One Dimensional State", PhaenEx 4, no. 2 (fall/winter 2009), pp. 60-77
- "Severní Irsko 1968?",Literární Noviny, no. 46/2008. p. 8
- "Understanding 1968: The Case of Brest", Modern and Contemporary France, Special Edition, Vol 16, No. 2, May 2008. pp. 209-222
- "Current Attitudes Among Young People to the 1968 ‘Events’ – A Questionnaire", French Studies Bulletin, No. 98. Spring (March) 2006. pp. 8-12

A paraître / Forthcoming :
- "Breaking the Walls of Privacy: How Rebellion came to the Street", collaborative article from Around 68 project to be published in Cultural and Social History, October 2011
- "La France et la Crise", Special edition of the Journal of Modern and Contemporary France. Co-edited with Martin O’Shaughnessy. Due May 2012
- Europe’s 1968. Voices and Networks of Revolt (Oxford University Press), Collaborative output from ‘Around 68’ project, expected Spring 2013

Voir en ligne : Site : la france et la crise