(Hybrid) Jean D’Amérique: A New Voice of Haiti

The American Library in Paris

Celebrated author Jean D’Amérique, lauded one of the most prominent voices in contemporary Haitian literature, speaks on his debut novel, A Sun to be Sewn.

Free

(Online) Martin Rees on How Science Can Save Us

The American Library in Paris
Virtual Event Virtual Event

As humanity encounters an increasing number of threats, an increased public understanding of science will be crucial to our continued existence.

Free

Toddler Time (ages 1–3)

The American Library in Paris

This interactive program features songs, rhymes and stories in English for the very young.

(Online) Barnabas Calder on Architecture and Energy

The American Library in Paris
Virtual Event Virtual Event

What does it mean to say that “form follows fuel”? Historian Barnabas Calder speaks about the relationship between energy and architecture.

Free

Ecologues Meeting One: What is the Climate Crisis?

The American Library in Paris
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

Meeting one of Ecologues, a series of interactive webinars featuring experts on various aspects of the environmental crisis. Organized in partnership with News Decoder and the Climate Academy at the European School of Brussels.

Free
Story Hour: Fairy Tales and Fables (ages 3–5)
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