CGC Events - March 2022

 News and Events | March 2022
Join us this March as we celebrate Women's History Month.
Until March 14, in order to enter Reid Hall, all guests must provide a "pass vaccinal." In-person events may be cancelled or rescheduled depending on the sanitary situation in Paris.
Upcoming Events
Roundtable with David Bell, author of
 Le Culte des Chefs : Charisme et pouvoir à l'âge des révolutions 
 In-Person Event | March 3, 2022 | 5:00 p.m. (Paris)

In his work, David Bell reveals the extent to which the history of democracy and the history of political charisma are linked. This event will be held in French.

Co-organized with the Institute for Ideas and Imagination and the Centre de recherches historiques of the EHESS and the CNRS;
Film Screening and Q&A
H24: 24 Hours, 24 Women, 24 Stories
In-Person Event | March 8, 2022 | 6:00 p.m. (Paris)
A diverse group of talented female voices from across Europe have come together for H24, a series produced by ARTE that poignantly addresses the everyday brutality experienced by women. 

The screening will take place on International Women's Day at the Arlequin Cinema and will be followed by a conversation in English between contributing producers Justine Henochsberg and Julie Guesnon Amarante.

Co-organized with the Institute for Ideas and Imagination, Lost in Frenchlation, and the Arlequin.
Film Screening and Q&A with Claude Ribbe, director of
Eugene Bullard : Un film documentaire

 In-Person Event | March 9, 2022 | 7:00 p.m. (Paris)

Columbia Global Centers | Paris concludes its celebration of Black History Month 2022 with a special screening of an original documentary film on Eugene Bullard – boxer, artist, jazzman, and the first African American fighter pilot during World War I. The film will be followed by a Q&A with the director, Claude Ribbe. Both the film and discussion will be in French.
Free Walking Tour
Paris Was a Woman

In-Person Event | March 12, 2022 | 11:00 a.m. (Paris)
Paris Was a Woman focuses on female literary, visual, and performing artists of the 20th century who are often forgotten in the historical record. This walk concentrates on the women who frequented Montparnasse and the neighboring Luxembourg Gardens, including Gertrude Stein, Josephine Baker, and Simone de Beauvoir. The tour will be led in English by Dr. Monique Y. Wells.

Co-organized with the Columbia Undergraduate Programs in Paris.
Book Talk with Anya Schiffrin & Amos Reichman, author of 
Jacques Schiffrin: A Publisher in Exile
 In-Person Event | March 15, 2022 | 7:00 p.m. (Paris)

Author Amos Reichman and SIPA lecturer Anya Schiffrin will be in conversation about Reichman's biography of French book publisher Jacques Schiffrin (1892 – 1950). After having launched the Pléiade Collection in 1932, he was exiled to New York in 1941, where he thus began helping the founders of Pantheon Books. Reichman and Schiffrin will discuss French culture between the wars, the generation of exiled publishers, and the links between New York and Paris. This event will be held in English.

Co-sponsored by the Institute for Ideas and Imagination and Les Éditions du Seuil.
Book Talk with Georges Ugeux
Wall Street à l'assault de la démocratie

In-Person Event | March 16, 2022 | 7:30 p.m. (Paris)

Ugeux's work advocates a new form of capitalism to address the threats to the economic, social, and financial stability of the planet. This event will be held in French.

Organized by the Columbia Alumni Association | France.
New Utopias Webinar Series
Can We Eradicate Poverty?
Virtual Event | March 22, 2022 | 1:00 p.m. (New York) | 6:00 p.m. (Paris)

The fourth webinar in the New Utopias series will bring together experts from the U.S. and E.U. who will analyze emerging causes of poverty and explore ways in which the needs of vulnerable populations can be addressed. This discussion will be held in English.

Co-organized with the Alliance Program and the European Institute.



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