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For many years, Marinette Pichon was France’s top goal scorer, with 81 in the back of the net. The striker and former national team captain was also the first French female soccer player to …
In Tears of History: The Rise of Political Antisemitism in the United States, French historian and sociologist Pierre Birnbaum compares anti-Semitism in the history of the United States and France. His book, recently translated …
This article is not about the legendary film pioneer but rather about his brother, also a director, who has been unfairly forgotten. Unfairly, because his life – and particularly the ten years he spent …
Abandoned by locals and awash with tourists and international retailers, the world’s most beautiful avenue is refusing to become the Paris equivalent of Times Square. Made famous by cultural references such as the song …
From unemployment and poverty to crime and riots, the towns around France’s major cities seem to be no-go-zones and a focal point for the nation’s main social problems. But is this the whole story? …
A 15-year-old girl accuses a man of rape then withdraws her testimony five years later. Pascale Robert-Diard, a journalist and legal correspondent for French daily Le Monde, and the author of several books on …
A hero of the French Resistance who fought against the Nazis, Missak Manouchian is the 83rd person, after Josephine Baker, to be inducted into the Pantheon. After many years in the shadows, the “temple …
Eating habits, tastes, and social norms in France have changed radically. Witness the hordes of Parisians who flocked to the recent opening of France’s first Krispy Kreme outlet. …
From 2020 to 2021, the French photographer documented the ravages of megafires in Paradise, California. The stunning landscapes shot on infrared film and the unflinching portraits of the town’s survivors, available in a forthcoming …
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In March, we celebrate le Mois de la francophonie! Meet Drake LeBlanc, the French- and Creole-speaking cowboy, filmmaker, and cofounder of Télé-Louisiane; read our interview with Harvard professor Claire-Marie Brisson on the North American Francosphere; and discover why “Molière may be dead, but his language is alive and well.” Also in this issue, Albert Camus travels to America; former ambassador Gérard Araud analyzes the White House race and its potential consequences for France and Europe; and French soccer star and LGBTQ+ advocate Marinette Pichon discusses her U.S. career and her fight for equality in women’s sports.

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