Pankin Lauren

Posted on September 12, 2022


Research themes

  • Dissertation Topic:
    The Salt of the Earth’: regards photographiques croisés sur la ferme lors de la seconde révolution industrielle (France, Grande-Bretagne et Etats-Unis), doctoral thesis in contemporary history and anglophone studies
    Supervised  by: Daniel Foliard (LARCA) and Daniel Deluermoz (ICT)

Current Project

  • Formerly a student at the University of Chicago summa cum laude (B.A. in Global Studies and French Studies, 2020, summa cum laude) and Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay (Master in Contemporary history, 2022, mention Très Bien), since 2022 Lauren Pankin is a Ph.D. candidate at Université Paris Cité.
  • This academic year (2023-24), she teaches two courses : LCA1Y040 British History I (from 1534 to 1801) and LCA4Y140, « The Two Faces of the Countryside » : Rural Britain 1815-1914
      • October 13, 2023: The Photographer and the Bard: The Construction of the Breton Home(land) and the Partnership of Emile Hamonic and Théodore Botrel, 1898-1914 at the conference Love and Lenses: Photographic Couples, Gender Relationships, and Transatlantic Networks in the Long Nineteenth Century; Rothermere American Institute and the Maison Française, Oxford University
      • April 18, 2023: Excursions in Time: Amateur Photography Rhythms in Rural Spaces, England and France, 1880 – 1914, Doctoral seminar of ED 131 titled Rythme(s)