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Dr Nathalie Philippe

Qualifications: PhD Sorbonne

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Expertise

French; History

Translation methodology; curating of history exhibitions; New Zealanders in France during WWI; Scottish immigration to New Zealand during 19th century; diaries and diarists.

Recent Publications

  • Philippe, N. (2016). A leader in the making: Major Lindsay Inglis. In J. Crawford, D. Littlewood, & J. Watson (Eds.), Experience of a Lifetime: People, Personalities and Leaders in the First World War (pp. 102-117). Wellington, New Zealand: Massey University Press.

  • Philippe, N. (2015). The last battle: Perception and representation of the liberation of Le Quesnoy 4 November 1918. In Sons of Empire Lecture Series, Te Awamutu & District Memorial RSA, Te Awamutu, New Zealand.

  • Philippe, N. (2015). Two soldiers in the turmoil of war. In The Great War Lecture Series, Waikato Museum Theatrette, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Philippe, N. (2015). The last stronghold to fall: The battle of Le Quesnoy. In Morrinsville Rotary Club, New Zealand.

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