A Conversation with Fanny GLISSANT on the Documentary “Slavery Routes”

Published: March 13th, 2018

Category: Event, Featured, News, Talk, Uncategorized

Monday, February 25, 2019 at 4pm

Scott Nygren Scholars Studio (Library West)

For the official kick-off event of the second edition of the TOUT-MONDE FESTIVAL, the Caribbean Contemporary Arts Festival in Miami (March 13-17, 2019) “Echo-Natures,” and on the occasion of BLACK HISTORY MONTH, The Cultural Services of the French Embassy & the France Florida Research Institute of the University of Florid present “A Conversation with/ Conversation avec Fanny GLISSANT, Film director and producer, on the Caribbean episode of the documentary Slavery Routes”

With:

 Dr. Alioune Sow, Associate Professor of French and African Studies

Dr. Hélène Blondeau, Director of the FFRI

Mrs. Vanessa Selk, Cultural and Education Attaché of the French Embassy’s Cultural Services in the US.

For more information, please contact Alioune Sow: sow@ufl.edu or Helene Blondeau: blondeau@ufl.edu

This event is free and open to the public

Flyers:

Fanny Glissant

www.tout-monde-festival.com

 

 

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