Center for French and Francophone Studies at LSU

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THE LSU CENTER FOR FRENCH & FRANCOPHONE STUDIES
& THE DEPARTMENT OF FRENCH STUDIES PRESENT:

STORYTELLING
THE HAITIAN PAST
A COLLABORATIVE LECTURE BY
LAURENT DUBOIS & KAIAMA L. GLOVER

Laurent Dubois
John L. Nau Ill Bicentennial Professor of the History & Principles of Democracy and Africana Studies
University of Virginia

Kaiama L. Glover
Ann Whitney Olin Professor of French and Africana Studies
Barnard College, Columbia University

Laurent Dubois and Kaiama Glover will present their joint work on the complementary relationship between literature and history in Haiti, and how these discourses work together to broaden our understanding of colonialism, resistance, and the pursuit of Black liberation.

Thursday, October 20th, 2022
4 p.m.
STERNBERG SALON, HONORS COLLEGE
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

 

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Louisiane/Antilles:

The first part of the exchange between LSU and UA took place in Novembre 2017.

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LSU Is Awarded a $235,000 Grant from the French Government Through the CFFS

LSU OFFICE OF ACADEMIC  AFFAIRS ANNOUNCEMENT

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Cristina Álvarez: 
Lecture: "Ni iranienne ni française : l'universel, selon Chahdortt Djavann"

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Pulsions d'écriture:
Participants from l'atelier du libre-écrire directed by Fabienne Kanor perform their final texts. 

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Ollivier Dyens: 
Lecture: "A New Future for Higher Education: Nursing and Farming an Ecosystem of Intelligent Machines"

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