Jeanne Balibar at the Maison Française of Columbia University

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Jeanne Balibar

Agenda

October 12, 2018

“Women’s Voices, Women’s Stories”

Information and reservations

Hour : 01:00 AM

Location : Maison Française East Gallery, Buell Hall Columbia University

Address : 515 West 116th Sthreet New York, NY 10027

When a French actress is inspired by the work of three historians to put together a theatrical project, the result is surprising. This is why the Maison Française of Columbia University is organizing a series of events around the actress Jeanne Balibar and the instigators of her play, “Les Historiennes”. A performance session which will start on Monday 8 October and will end on Friday 12 October with a round table entitled “Women’s Voices, Women’s Stories”.

The debate that will close this series of events will welcome actress Jeanne Balibar and historians Anne-Emmanuelle Demartini, Emmanuelle Loyer and Charlotte de Castelnau-L’Estoile.

The theme of the evening will be based on the play that Jeanne Balibar will play on October 13 at the FIAF as part of the Crossing the Line Festival 2018. For this project, the one that was awarded the César for best actress in 2018 is inspired by three characters: Violette Nozière, the criminal, Delphine Seyrig, the actress and Páscoa, the slave. These figures have also been the subject of work written by historians who will also participate in the “Women’s Voice”.

Together, the four women will discuss the existence of these characters who were their source of inspiration to each. Other themes such as emancipation and the status of women will also be discussed.

Agenda

October 12, 2018

“Women’s Voices, Women’s Stories”

Information and reservations

Hour : 01:00 AM

Location : Maison Française East Gallery, Buell Hall Columbia University

Address : 515 West 116th Sthreet New York, NY 10027

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