Join prize-winning writer Siri Hustvedt and French novelist Clémence Boulouque as they discuss Hustvedt’s compelling and radical collection of essays on art, feminism, neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy.
Join us for a lively conversation with Caroline Weber and Thibault Lacarrière on The Guermantes Way by Marcel Proust.
Join author Claire Messud and Cultural Counselor Bénédicte de Montlaur for a conversation on Messud’s favorite French authors.
Jean Frémon will discuss ‘Now, Now, Louison,’ an interior monologue describing Louise Bourgeois’s life and work, with poet and translator Cole Swenson.
Join us for a lively conversation with Deputy Cultural Counselor Hervé Ferrage, Ondine Cotto and Miriam Bridenne on Villa Amalia by Pascal Quignard, translated from the French by Chris Turner (Seagull Books).
First woman in the history of France to have ever been elected to the second round of the presidential election and France’s former environment Minister Ségolène Royal will discuss her political career, and her long-time activism to prompt government action on climate change at an international level with CEO of ...
What is (and isn’t) a media? What regulations should be implemented to ensure they play their role dutifully? How is it possible to recover a space for serious, inquisitive, fact-based journalism at a time when the power of opinion seems to dominate the airwaves?
Join author Soledad Fox Maura, New Yorker journalist Jane Kramer, professor Vincent Crapanzano, and publisher Jeannette Seaver for a discussion on Exile, Writer, Soldier, Spy: Jorge Semprún.
On the occasion of the release of “The Restitution of African Cultural Heritage. Toward a New Relational Ethics,” written at the request of French President Emmanuel Macron, Felwine Sarr, co-author of the report with Bénédicte Savoy, will discuss his research.
Join us for a morning of reading and fun with Karine Wittes!
Join author and Harper’s Magazine publisher John R. MacArthur, author and n+1 cofounder Marco Roth, and author Catherine Cusset for a riveting conversation on Michel Houellebecq’s new novel, Sérotonine, moderated by Adam Hocker.