Featured Exhibition

De Stefan Zweig à Martin Bodmer : la collection [in]visible

VISITE VIRTUELLE « De Stefan Zweig à Martin Bodmer : la collection [in]visible »
Outre l’occasion de (re)voir rassemblées quelques-unes des plus belles pages du patrimoine littéraire, l’exposition virtuelle « De Stefan Zweig à Martin Bodmer » vous propose des contenus vidéos inédits s’arrêtant sur certains autographes et éclairant le contexte de la constitution puis de la transmission de cette collection.  

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Les jeudis en résidence

Thursday 2 December 2021 from 6.30 to 7.30 pm

Meeting #31 with Lina Mounzer – “Writing as an Act of Translation”

Visite guidée de la Fondation - IN FRENCH

Sunday 5 December 2021 from 2.30 pm to 3.30 pm

Les visites histoire(s) et architecture – IN FRENCH

Library exhibition

Saturday 9 October to Thursday 30 December 2021

Exhibition «Nicolas Aiello | Impressions»

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An ideal space for reading and working, the Jan Michalski Foundation library opened in 2014 and offers a vast panorama of modern and contemporary literature. The aim of its multilingual and multicultural collections is to reflect all fields of literary creation and learning.

Today the library’s five levels house 70,000 books from around the world, in their original language as well as in French translation, that are available to you...

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Jan Michalski Prize

The Jan Michalski Prize for Literature 2021 has been awarded to Memorial International, Alena Kozlova, Nikolai Mikhailov, Irina Ostrovskaya and Irina Scherbakova for the collective work Знак не сотрется. Судьбы остарбайтеров в письмах, воспоминаниях и устных рассказах (Мемориа́л, 2016), translated from the Russian by Georgia Thomson under the title OST: Letters, Memoirs and Stories from Ostarbeiter in Nazi Germany (Granta, 2021).

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