Thursday, 26 February 2015
11:10 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.
Location: 311 Glasscock Building
French Reporter and Journalist
Annette Levy-Willard has been a reporter for the newspaper Libération since 1979. She was also a cultural counselor at the Embassy of France in Tel Aviv and the director French Institute in Isreal. While she was aLibération correspondent in Los Angeles, she worked on assignments including the presidential campaign, September 11, and the the war in Iraq. She is the author of Trente-trois jours en été, chronique d’une guerre surprise (Laffont, 2007) Summer Rain (English translation, London), Chroniques de la guerre du sexe en Amérique (Grasset, Livre de Poche), Chroniques de Los Angeles (Grasset, Livre de Poche), Moi, Jane, cherche Tarzan(Flammarion, J’ai Lu), Emma Goldman, épopée d’une anarchiste (Hachette Littérature), and of De l’amour et des bombes (réédition, André Versaille). Levy-Willard has also been a guest professor and lecturer at universities in the United States including UC Berkeley, Dartmouth, Rice University, Texas A&M University, and UT Austin.
Lecture supported in part by:
France/Texas A&M University Institute (Centre Pluridisciplinaire)
Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research
Department of International Studies