French and American authors and teachers talked about women’s rights and the female condition since the writing of the 1949 book The Second Sex, by… read more
French and American authors and teachers talked about women’s rights and the female condition since the writing of the 1949 book The Second Sex, by French author Simone de Beauvoir. “Still the Second Sex?” was part of the second annual Festival Albertine which was sponsored by the Albertine bookstore, a project of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy. close
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Margo Jefferson Professor Columbia University->Writing Division
Katie Roiphe Director New York University->Cultural Reporting and Criticism Program
Rejane Senac Researcher French Ministry of Education and Research->National Center for Scientific Research
Judith Thurman Staff Writer New Yorker Magazine
Sandrine Treiner Director Radio France->France Culture
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