On November 3, 2018, Emmanuelle Saada delivered the Edgar L. Newman Memorial Lecture at the Western Society for French History in Portland, Maine. She gave a talk entitled: “Without Distinction of … Sex. The Constitutional Politics of Race and Sex in Contemporary France.”
Emmanuelle Saada recently published two pieces: a chapter entitled “Constitutions and Forms of Pluralism in the Time of Conquest: The French Debates Over the Colonization of Algeria in the 1830s and 1840s” in Forms of Pluralism and Democratic Constitutionalism (Andrew Arato, Jean L. Cohen, Astrid von Busekist eds., Columbia University Press, 2018) and a chapter entitled “The Longue Durée of French Decolonization” in the Oxford Handbook of the Ends of Empire (2018).
Maryse Condé, Professor Emerita of French, is the winner of the New Academy Prize an alternative to the Nobel Prize in Literature, which is not being awarded this year. The award ceremony will take place in Stockholm on December 9.
Thomas Dodman has just published Une Histoire de la guerre with the Editions du Seuil, a global history of war in all its facets from the nineteenth century to the present, featuring contributions by 60 specialists from 6 different countries.
Kaiama L. Glover has been promoted to full professor (spring 2018). The same semester brought the publication of her translation of René Depestre's Hadriana dans tous mes rêves. Professor Glover will serve as an inaugural fellow of the Columbia Institute for Ideas and Imagination in Paris for the 2018-2019 academic year.