On May 13th, join children’s book author Richard Normandon for a reading of his latest book, Les enquêtes d’Hermès 2 – L’affaire Méduse, the adventures of the young god detective.
Join Annie Cohen Solal and Julian Lethbridge as they discuss the emergence of American artists at the end of the 19th century, based on Annie Cohen Solal’s landmark book: Painting American: The Rise of American Artists, Paris 1867-New York 1948 (Knopf).
Join award-winning American poet Henri Cole and New York Time Magazine editor Sasha Weiss as they discuss Cole’s elegiac memoir.
***PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, THIS CONVERSATION IS RE-SCHEDULED TO MONDAY, JUNE 4 AT 7PM.*** Join Catherine Cusset and Hilary Reyl for a discussion about Proust and empathy in their respective novels, “L’autre qu’on adorait” and “Kids Like Us”.
The Albertine Prize co-chairs, author Lydia Davis and journalist and literary critic François Busnel, will award the author and the translator of the winning title. A panel discussion with the winning author and translator moderated by François Busnel will follow.
Join Clémence von Mueflling for a conversation on her latest book, Ageless Beauty the French Way (St Martin’s Press).
The post-WWII order is fraying: democracy and tolerance are under attack. How has democracy become a devalued concept? Why are populism and xenophobia on the rise in the Western world? Can democracy, liberalism and capitalism survive the current crisis? Or is there a need for an entirely new paradigm?
Join Tania Teschke, Ellen Gordon Reeves, George P. Sape, and Dr. Cate Shanahan, on a French culinary itinerary to reclaim your primal connections to food and health and to each other!