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Conference – Imagining Climate Change: Science and Fiction in Dialogue

October 8-10, 2015

Imagining Climate Change: Science and Fiction in Dialogue brings together French and American science fiction authors, graphic novelists, scholars, physical scientists and researchers, to discuss the effects of climate change on the physical environment and the human imaginary. As we move into a warmer, drier, and more unstable global climate, climate studies will be more central to our scientific understanding of the world. The distinctive literary form of our time, science fiction bridges elite and popular cultures and engages enthusiasts and critics alike. The study of science fiction is uniquely suited to lively and productive debates of questions of concern to scientists and humanists tasked with forecasting our futures.

More information will be available soon.


2016 – 2017 Teaching Assistant Program in France

This program, sponsored by the French Ministry of Education and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, offers young Americans the opportunity to live and work in France for 7 months with a salary, teaching English to French students of all ages.

The application for the 2016-2017 program will be AVAILABLE in Fall 2015  at

For more information about this French Embassy program, please follow this link.