Symposium on Édouard Glissant's "Tout Monde: Transnational Perspectives"
CUNY's Graduate Center is gathering artists and scholars influenced by Édouard Glissant, the Caribbean thinker born in Sante-Marie, Martinique.
Free Admission. Registration information is available on The Center for Humanities website.
Édouard Glissant’s thinking continues to inspire and inform the work of others across borders and continents years after his death. Born in Sante-Marie, Martinique, in 1928, Glissant’s former students and colleagues—who have been honored by his presence at The Graduate Center for many years—are organizing this symposium to bring together scholars and artists from different perspectives and different places who have been deeply influenced in different ways by his oeuvre for a tribute to him and an exchange about his thinking and its lasting impact. This event is in partnership with the Henri Peyre French Institute, the Graduate Center, CUNY.
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Image: Édouard Glissant. Courtesy of Sylvie Glissant, Paris.