Tag: Paris

Souterrain

December 2015

He led her away, down one tunnel, then another. He took her through a passage where the bones were piled so high they had to wriggle over them on their bellies.

Luc Sante: My Method is the Magpie’s

November 2015

The critic discusses his new book on the grittier side of Paris, and the effect terrorism might have on France.

Raad Rahman: Will I Die a Muslim?

November 2015

The repercussions of being Muslim after the Paris Attacks

Carol Spindel: A Line Through the Heart of Paris, the French Prime Meridian

November 2015

Part II: The Scientist Who Kept Pushing, a continuation of A Line Through the Heart of Paris, the original Prime Meridian.

Carol Spindel: A Line Through the Heart of Paris, the French Prime Meridian

November 2015

Part I: Following La Meridienne de Paris and meeting François Arago.

The Road to Alpullu

November 2015

I would examine the black and white photographs of Alpullu’s golden age. In their shadows, I identified the vanished town.

Ella Boureau: Towards a Place That is Not Home

September 2015

The city of lights, migrant refugees, and gay Muslim weddings.

Céline Sciamma: Bande De Filles

February 2015

Alex Zafiris talks to French director Céline Sciamma about her new film, Girlhood.

Rob Spillman: Shades of Gray in Patrick Modiano’s Paris

December 2014

Readpolitik: Reading the new Nobel laureate’s misty, wintry fictions in his misty, wintry city.

Jacqueline Feldman: Pride in Paris

July 2013

At this year's Gay Pride march in Paris, homophobia has its own flag.

Jacqueline Feldman: Vive La Miroiterie

March 2013

A long-lived artists’ squat in Paris’s Twentieth Arrondissement on the eve of eviction.

Paris Stupides

June 2011 What if a site with the exact geographical features of Paris had existed at another spot on the globe?