Interview with Robert O. Paxton, on the Writing of History and Ego-history
In this interview, Robert O. Paxton is invited to reflect on the writing of his own ego-history, published in 2007, and, more generally, on the writing of history across different national and academic contexts. The discussion then moves to the influence of other disciplines on history, including on his own work. Finally, Paxton reflects on the reception of his work and on the importance of the Vichy period in contemporary France.
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