Montreal

MONTREAL
Courtesy:  Claire-Marie Brisson (PhD Candidate)

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"The only thing certain is that nothing is certain."

- Pliny the Elder (as quoted by Montaigne, on the ceiling beams of his home)

Courtesy: Gary Ferguson (Faculty)

Paris

Paris Plage

Courtesy: Gary Ferguson (Faculty)

Lohr

UVa in Lyon

Courtesy: Amanda Selsky (CLAS '17)

J-Term 2014

Paris

Courtesy: Ari Blatt (Faculty)

Paris Seine

Paris

Courtesy: Anna Robinson (J-Term Paris, 2017)

Bellecour

Place Bellecour, Lyon

Courtesy: Maggie Stein (Staff)

From March 18 - 20, philosopher and historian Chantal Delsol will deliver three lectures here at the University of Virginia. Titled "French Paradox: Prosperity and Torment". See below for details.

From March 18 - 20, philosopher and historian Chantal Delsol will deliver three lectures here at the University of Virginia. Titled "French Paradox: Prosperity and Torment," the lectures will probe the social and political challenges facing France, a country of wealth and formal political equality yet of sometimes spectacular discontent. Professor Delsol will examine new confrontations among currents of thought that have long histories but are very much alive in the twenty-first century. 

From March 18 - 20, philosopher and historian Chantal Delsol will deliver three lectures here at the University of Virginia. Titled "French Paradox: Prosperity and Torment,". See below for details.

From March 18 - 20, philosopher and historian Chantal Delsol will deliver three lectures here at the University of Virginia. Titled "French Paradox: Prosperity and Torment," the lectures will probe the social and political challenges facing France, a country of wealth and formal political equality yet of sometimes spectacular discontent. Professor Delsol will examine new confrontations among currents of thought that have long histories but are very much alive in the twenty-first century. 

From March 18-20, Philosopher and Historian Chantal Delsol will deliver three lectures at UVA titled: "French Paradox: Prosperty and Torment". See below for details.

From March 18 - 20, philosopher and historian Chantal Delsol will deliver three lectures here at the University of Virginia. Titled "French Paradox: Prosperity and Torment," the lectures will probe the social and political challenges facing France, a country of wealth and formal political equality yet of sometimes spectacular discontent. Professor Delsol will examine new confrontations among currents of thought that have long histories but are very much alive in the twenty-first century. 

Second year student, Panhlauv Panh, will give a power point presentation in French on his internship and culinary discovery in Cambodia last summer, entitled LE PAIN : UN HÉRITAGE COLONIAL FRANÇAIS AU CAMBODGE.

Second year student, Panhlauv Panh, will give a power point presentation in French on his internship and culinary discovery in Cambodia last summer, entitled  LE PAIN : UN HÉRITAGE COLONIAL FRANÇAIS AU CAMBODGE.  Friday, January 31, at 4:00 PM, Cabell 346 (conference room).  All are welcome

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