Transforming Historical Narratives

Writing about history is central to European literature but how we write about it, and who writes it, has changed. When your personal history is embedded in historic change how does that shape your narrative? Who are the writers taking over from the Great Men of History, to tell its stories in daring new ways?
With Anne Berest (France), Christos Chomenidis (Greece), Tomas Vaiseta (Lithuania) and Margo Rejmer (Poland).
(In partnership with University College London)