Join us for this masterclass with Vincent Lindon, who was awarded earlier this year a Palme d’Or for Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival for his performance in The Measure of a Man (to be released April 15 at the Metrograph, Vincent Lindon’s career started in the 1980s, and now includes over 60 films, spanning both auteur […]

On April 20, 2016, 5 students representing Fordham University will compete with 10 students from Barnard College and Columbia University in an eloquent battle of words and ideas about the virtues of fidelity, faithfulness, loyalty, faith and commitment. Come support them as they share their passion for the French language! For further details, click on Albertine […]

For more details, click on Colloquium Program Special Guest Lecturer: Etienne Tassin, Professeur de Philosophie politique Paris-Diderot Bibliography: Vidéography : Respondent Guest Lecturer: William O’Neill, Director of Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum (CPPF), SSRC/ UN Bibliography: The 2016 Conference on Impunity comprised three major components. The first is a series of classroom […]

On Wednesday, March 9, over fifty people, including Fordham students and faculty members as well as visitors from outside filled up the Kehoe Theater for an insighful conversation with French actor Melvil Poupaud about his career, art cinema and acting. Initiated by co-moderators Hélène Godec and Audrey Evrard, both members of the Department of Modern Languages […]

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