In July, before going on holidays, I gave one-hour lecture for the Association Francaise pour l’Histoire et l’Etude du Papier et des Papeteries. The attendees were very interested and enthusiastic and I have lots of questions. AFHEPP is a very dynamic association that organizes lectures, conferences, and workshops and published two high-standard and peer-viewed volumes: CahierS and PapierS. The talk did not only present the papermaking methods but also discussed the fonction and usage of paper by the different strata of the Indian society.

A few screenshots of the lecture, it was in French but I can also delivered in English.

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