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Jan14
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Berthe Morisot: Woman Impressionist Barnes Foundation 2025 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy Philadelphia, PA 19130
Oct 13
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Jain - U.S. Tour 3730 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60613
Oct 18
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Reverso East Coast Tour 619 Lexington Avenue at 54th Street New York, NY 10022

Les Historiennes

This special event series centers around these three figures (Violette Nozière, the criminal, Delphine Seyrig, the actress and Páscoa, the slave) and the historians who researched them. The series culminates in a roundtable discussion between the historians and French actress Jeanne Balibar as she grapples with their stories. The conversation provides an opportunity for Jeanne Balibar to converse with the historians, Anne-Emmanuelle Demartini, Emmanuelle Loyer, and Charlotte de Castelnau-L’Estoile, who gave shape to these three women’s histories. They discuss how to give voice to these women from the past, how to narrate – and perform -- their stories and histories. Through a discussion about the destinies of these three women, and their different experiences of emancipation, however paradoxical, we get a glimpse into the ways historians write about, and actresses perform, the lives of women from the past. This intimate conversation among friends also offers a portrait of Jeanne Balibar’s craft as an actress and their craft as historians of the same generation.

Monday, October 8: Writing History from a Crime, The Violette Nozière Case with Anne-Emmanuelle Demartini

Wednesday, October 10: Marriage and Slavery in the Early Portuguese Atlantic World with Charlotte de Castelnau-L'Estoile

Thursday, October 11: Claude Lévi-Strauss, Our Contemporary with Emmanuelle Loyer

Friday, October 12: Women's Voices, Women's Stories with Jeanne Balibar and the three historians

Saturday, October 13: Jeanne Balibar Les Historiennes (The Historians)

Series co-sponsored by the Columbia Maison Française, French Institute Alliance Française, Cultural Services of the French Embassy, Institut Français, Alliance Program and Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities.

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