Join Michel Duclos, ambassador to Damascus between 2006 and 2009, to discuss his latest book La longue nuit syrienne, in which he offers a personal vision of the conflict in Syria. In French.
Join us for a discussion with Emma Jacobs and Jenny Kroik to celebrate the release of The Little(r) Museums of Paris, Emma Jacobs’ illustrated guide to the city’s hidden gems, and discover the city’s best kept-secrets, from artists’ studios to scientific museums.
Join Georges Ugeux, Sonja Gibbs, François Haas and John Authers to discuss La Descente aux enfers de la finance, Georges Ugeux’s new book on the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis and a critical analysis of the role of central banks.
To celebrate The Paris Review’s latest anthology, Writers at Work Around the World, the magazine is saluting its international origins with a conversation starring novelists Peter Carey & Hernan Diaz, moderated by Paris Review editor Emily Nemens.
Join us as Lydia Davis and François Busnel reveal the winning title of the 2019 Albertine Prize in presence of its author and translator.
Join children’s book author Keren Benoliel to discover the story of Lupita, the adorable turtle, and the adventures (in both English and French!) that she shares with her friends.
Join Donald Breckenridge, Eugene Lim, Jonathon Sturgeon, and John Yau as they discuss Emmanuel Bove’s masterpiece, My Friends, translated
Join Karim Lebhour and Marie-Laure Charrierfor a discussion in French on Karim Lebhour’s graphic novel, Une saison à l’ONU : Au coeur de la diplomatie mondiale, which recounts his experiences as a press correspondent at the United Nations in New York for over four years.