• Events
Oct 21
US Tour | Christiane Taubira Oct 20-Nov 1, 2017 Wellesley College 106 Central Street Wellesley, MA, 02481
Oct 21
When Conjugation Becomes A Game Oct 21, 2017 Albertine Books 972 Fifth Avenue New York, NY
State of Siege | Théâtre de la Ville Oct 21 - Oct 22, 2017 Zellerbach Hall 101 Zellerbach Hall Berkeley, CA 94720

Authors on Tour

  • Alex Alice
    SEPT 2017
    Alex Alice is a French graphic novel writer and artist, working in France and sometimes the U.S.
  • Mathias Enard
    OCT - NOV 2017
    Mathias Énard is the award-winning author of Zone and Street of Thieves, and a translator from Persian and Arabic. He won the Prix Goncourt in 2015 for Compass.
  • Christophe Boltanski
    Oct 23-29, 2017
    Christophe Boltanski is the director of the French review XXI. Previously, he has worked for the daily le Progrès Egyptien, and the weekly L’Obs.
  • Marcelino Truong
    May 1 to May 7
    Born the son of a Vietnamese diplomat in the Philippines, Marcelino Truong and his family moved to America, and then to Vietnam at the outset of the war, before going to London and Paris.
  • Camille Laurens
    September 2017, Exact Dates TBD
    Camille Laurens is a French author who received the Prix Femina, Prix Renaudot des Lycéens, and Le Prix Bourgogne de Littérature and recently came out with her novel "Who You Think I Am" (Other Press).
  • Ivan Jablonka at Texas A&M
    April 18-20, 2017
    In the past five years, Jablonka has produced three highly acclaimed books: Histoire des grands-parents que je n’ai pas eus (Seuil, 2012; published in English translation
  • Farhad Khosrokhavar
    Oct 23-29, 2017
    Farhad Khosrokhavar is a Professor at the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences at the EHESS in Paris. An expert on contemporary Iran and Islam in France and the author of "Radicalization" (The New Press).
  • Yanick Lahens
    September 2017
    Born in Port-au-Prince in 1953, Yanick Lahens is a major figure of Haitian literature today.  After attending school and university in France, she returned to Haiti, where she taug
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