Open to the Public
Gisèle Pineau to present her talk “Parcours d’écriture”. Gisele was born in Paris, Fance but her upbringing straddled with the island of Guadeloupe due to her father’s military service. She is a French novelist and a former psychiatric nurse. Pineau has written several books on the difficulties of growing up as a black person in France. In particular, she focuses on racism and the effects it can have on a young girl trying to discover her own cultural identity.
Talk will be in French.
Sponsored by the French and Francophone Studies department and the Stephen A. Freeman Fund.
Please email Jolene Newton for zoom link.
- Sponsored by:
- French and Francophone Studies
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