The Women Who Built Reid Hall

 

THE WOMEN WHO BUILT REID HALL:
ARTISTS, RADICALS, AND VISIONARIES


MARCH 29, 2021 | 6 AM (NEW YORK) | 12 PM (PARIS)
 

A conversation between Brunhilde Biebuyck, Administrative Director, CGC | Paris, and Meredith J. Levin, Western European Humanities Librarian. Moderated by Krista D. Faurie, Operations and Projects Manager, CGC | Paris.

 

Reid Hall never stops revealing its secrets to all who pass through its doors, and that has always been the case. One of Montparnasse’s crown jewels, a place suffused with history and yet so vibrantly present in our 21st-century context. From the 19th century to today, it has largely been women who have shaped, guided, and directed the space. This property has been a witness to and catalyst for remarkable events and people. Join us as we discuss the female artists, radicals, and visionaries of Reid Hall's past, whose intellect and talent have forged its unique essence and character.

This pre-recorded conversation is

now available on our YouTube channel

In partnership with: Columbia University Club of France, Columbia Undergraduate Programs in Paris, Columbia Institute for Ideas and Imagination

 

 
WHEN
March 29, 2021 at 12pm - 1pm
WHERE

Virtual Event

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