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Sep 22
Talk
Ideas and Ideals: Strong Female Voices III ONLINE EVENT  Albertine Bookstore/French Embassy 972 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10075 
Sep 22
Talk
Ideas and Ideals: Strong Female Voices III ONLINE EVENT  Albertine Bookstore/French Embassy 972 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10075 
Sep 22
Performance
When the Waves Have Come and Gone Plage des Catalans

On Consent: A Conversation with Clotilde Leguil

Part of Bridges to the Future: 100 Years of French Thought

Rutgers University is hosting Clotilde Leguil for a conversation on her most recent book about sexual consent Céder n’est pas consentir: une approche clinique et politique du consentement (PUF, 2021). Relying on psychoanalysis, cinema and fairy tales (such as Bluebeard), Clotilde Leguil will explain the crucial differences between “being forced” and “giving consent”. The conversation will be followed by a thirty-minute discussion.

The Speakers

Clotilde Leguil is a psychoanalyst, member of the Ecole de la Cause freudienne and a philosopher. PUF has published several of her essays including L’être et le genre, homme/femme après Lacan (2015) and “Je”, une traversée des identités (2018) and Céder n’est pas consentir (2021).

Jennifer Tamas is Associate Professor of French at Rutgers University. Her current book project entitled “Take No For An Answer! The Art of Not Giving Consent Then And Now” examines women resistance in French Old Regime at a time when galanterie was a key value.

This event is co-sponsored by the Department of French of Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences. The conversation will be in French a subtitled video will be published shortly after.

 

Bridges to the Future: 100 Years of French Thought

Clothilde Leguil's talk is part of the series "Bridges to the Future: 100 Years of French Thought" celebrating today’s bright thinkers who have been published by the Presses Universitaires de France. All events take place online and in collaboration with outstanding American universities.

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