The Paris School of Jewish Thought: Sophie Nordmann
Screening The Thief of Paris, Louis Malle, 1967, 122min.
Carlo Ginsburg Nevertheless: Machiavelli, Pascal
The Department warmly congratulates Molly Lindberg on the successful defense of her doctoral dissertation, “La Mort dans l’âme” : The Ethics of Writing Violence, Trauma, and Recovery in Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa, on March 20, 2023.
We congratulate Soraya Limare who has been awarded a Heyman Center Fellowship for 2023-2024.
Étienne Balibar Prize in Cultural and Political Thought
Application deadline: June 10, 2023.
The Étienne Balibar undergraduate prize will be awarded annually to the best essay in cultural and political thought by a Columbia University undergraduate majoring/concentrating in French & Francophone Studies, Comparative Literature & Society or Medical Humanities.
The Étienne Balibar graduate prize will be awarded annually for the best essay in cultural and political theory by a Columbia Masters or PhD student in the Department of French and/or the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society.
Application deadline: June 10, 2023. Please refer to the information outlined here to apply: submission process.
Maison française Director Shanny Peer was awarded the Légion d'honneur, France's highest civilian award, at a moving ceremony at the French Consulate on January 9. The department warmly congratulates Shanny on this well-deserved award, which recognizes her career achievements as an advocate for French culture in the United States.
Listen to Thomas Dodman talk about his book Nostalgie. Histoire d'une émotion mortelle (Seuil, 2022) on France Inter (Histoire de), France Culture (La Suite dans les idées and Concordance des temps) and RTBF (Un Jour dans l'histoire).