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Virtual Event | Simone de Beauvoir’s Unpublished Novel

Professor and publisher Sylvie Le Bon de Beauvoir and author and New Yorker staff writer Judith Thurman discuss Les...

Podcast

Podcast | Festival Albertine: The Climate Moment

We need to understand the particular gravity of this moment in time. What does it feel like to live amid both despair and...

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Festival Albertine: How Do We Get People to Care?

Artists and activists will be called upon to discuss how to change people’s minds and amplify the call to action. With Irina...

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Festival Albertine: Environmental Justice

Climate change is hitting some harder than others. What politics, policies, and new economies might hasten progress? With...

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Festival Albertine: What We Eat, and How We Grow It, May Need to Change

From France’s attempt to increase carbon in the soil to great chefs working to make their menus responsible, how can this...

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Festival Albertine: Local Government & Policymaking

As national governments fail to move at the necessary speed, cities are trying to fill the gap. Can local governments and...

Video

Festival Albertine: How Fast Do We Need to Move?

To hit the targets set in Paris, it appears we’ll need to have cut fossil fuel use in half by the end of the next decade....

Video

Festival Albertine: The Climate Moment

We need to understand the particular gravity of this moment in time. What does it feel like to live amid both despair and...

Gallery

Marc Boutavant’s Albertine Sketch

In March 2019, world-renowned French author and illustrator Marc Boutavant—creator of Mouk, Edmond, and All Aboard, among...

Video

An Interview with Négar Djavadi

French author, Négar Djavadi, winner of the Albertine Prize 2019 for her novel, Disoriental (Europa Editions) was interviewed...