(Hybrid) Caroline Fourest on the Offended Generation

The American Library in Paris
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

In leftist dialogue, argues journalist Caroline Fourest, cultural appropriation has taken the place of blasphemy in service to the religion of origins. How did we get here, and where do we go now?

Toddler Time (ages 1–3)

The American Library in Paris

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

Critical Conversations Meeting Four: Wonderment

The American Library in Paris

Meeting four of Critical Conversations, an expert-led discussion series. This season: a reflection on how to lead a contemplative, vital, and unmediated life in an ever-faster digital world.

(Hybrid) Joshua Rubenstein on The Last Days of Stalin

The American Library in Paris
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

How did Stalin’s sudden and shocking death change the course of history? Historian Joshua Rubenstein and journalist Peter Conradi discuss Rubenstein’s new work, The Last Days of Stalin.

Ecologues Meeting Two: Environmental Justice

The American Library in Paris
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

Meeting two 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.

(Hybrid) Lex Paulson on Philosophy and Power

The American Library in Paris
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

The nature of the will is a central question in the history of thought. What can a renewed understanding of Cicero’s philosophy reveal to us about the topic?

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