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Gino Raymond has been a member of the Department since 1989 and is currently Professor of Modern French Studies. His undergraduate teaching includes units on French society, the intellectual history of France, France during the occupation and the literature of commitment. At postgraduate level he has supervised the MA in translation and a variety of doctoral theses ranging from the study of capitalism in Zola to the construction of identity among minority communities in France. Gino Raymond’s training in Politics as well as French has resulted in research collaboration with the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris and also led to his translation of major contributions to the social sciences such as Pierre Bourdieu’s ‘Ce que parler veut dire’, which appeared as Language and Symbolic Power (Polity Press, 1991).

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