Thursday, February 23rd at 6pm
A Conversation with Assia Djebar on her book Children of the New World: A Novel of the Algerian War (The Feminist Press at CUNY, 2005).
In collaboration with the Feminist Press, Memeac, and the Center for the Study of Women and Society.
English Department Lounge, Room 4406
Friday, March 17th at 10am-6pm
"Masculinities in the Long Middle Ages"
An interdisciplinary conference sponsored by the Medieval Studies Certificate Program, the CUNY-Medievalists Pearl Kibre Library, and the Ph.D. Program in French at the CUNY Graduate Center. The keynote speaker is Jeffrey Jerome Cohen (George Washington University), author of The Postcolonial Middle Ages (St. Martin's Press, 2000) and Of Giants: Sex, Monsters, and the Middle Ages(University of Minnesota Press, 1999).
Conference Room 9205
Friday, March 24th at 2pm
Teaching French as a Foreign Language and Pedagogy Series.
With Isabelle Kaplan (Bennington College, Isabelle Kaplan Center for Languages and Cultures).
"Le rôle du vocabulaire et de la grammaire dans l'apprentissage de la langue"
Friday, April 7th at 4:00pm
Lecture by poet and author, Jean-Marie Gleize (Université d'Aix-en-provence). Jean-Marie Gleize is the author of A Noir, Poésie et Littéralité (Seuil, 1992), and Altitude zéro, Poètes etcetera : costumes (Java éd., 1997), as well as of the revue Nioques. Click here to visit the revue's website.
Friday, April 7th at 12pm-2pm
"Meet the author": A Conversation with Louis-Phillipe Dalembert.
Friday, April 28th at 7pm
"Celebrating the work of Edouard Glissant" on the occasion of the publication of Of Edouard Glissant's complete poetic Oeuvre in English, Translated by Jeff Humphries and published by University of Minnesota Press.
Featuring a concert with Bernard Lubat, Premier French Jazz Composer and Performer
and Jayne Cortez, renowned poet and jazz performer.
With the generous support of the AFAA, the Henri Peyre French Institute,
the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, and the Department of
Romance Languages, Hunter College of CUNY
The event is free and open to the public. Please note that seating fills
up quickly and event begins on time. The Graduate Center is located at
34th Street and 5th avenue, 365 5th avenue, NY. 10016.
Elebash Recital Hall
|Friday and Saturday, May 5th-6th
AIZEN International Conference on Realism and Naturalism in Film Studies
Sponsored by AIZEN (International Association devoted to Zola and Naturalism), the Ph.D. Program in Comparative Literature and the Film Studies Certificate Program
Please see website for conference program and details.
Friday, May 5th at 2pm
"L'internet: outil de médiation interculturelle."
Second Event in French Language Pedagogy Series
Featuring Gliberte Furstenberg, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
French Department Lounge
Preview of Events for Fall 2006
Friday, October 6th at 10am
Annual Student Conference: "Locating Empire: Seduction, Domination, and Revolt in the French Cultural Reach."
Martin Segal Theatre
Friday, October 20th (time TBA)
French Interdisciplinary Group for 17th Century Studies annual conference:"Fortune and Fatality: Performing the Tragic in Early Modern France (1553-1715)".