The Cercle d’études at the Fondation Napoléon > Talks “2021 Année Napoléon”
As part of the bicentenary of Napoleon’s death / “2021 Année Napoléon”, the Fondation Napoléon is organising a series of six talks (including one on two dates), from 25 May to 23 November 2021, in partnership with the Librairie Fontaine Haussmann bookshop:
– on 25 and 26 May, Thierry Lentz, historian, director of the Fondation Napoléon, “Pour Napoléon” [For Napoleon], talk followed by a book signing;
– on 8 June, Jean Tulard, from the Institut, “Comment s’enrichir sous Napoléon” [How to get rich under Napoleon], talk followed by a book signing;
– on 29th June, Patrice Gueniffey, historian, director of studies at the EHESS, “Napoléon et la mer” [“Napoleon and the sea”], talk followed by a book signing;
– 14 September, Pierre Branda, historian, head of the Heritage Department of the Fondation Napoléon, “Napoléon à Sainte-Hélène, entre espoir et tragédie” [“Napoleon on St Helena, between hope and tragedy”], talk followed by by a book signing;
– on 9 November, Charles-Éloi Vial, historian, curator at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, “Les archives inédites des Cent-Jours [“The unpublished archives of the Hundred Days”], talk followed by a book signing;
– 23 November, Jacques-Olivier Boudon, historian, professor at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne, president of the Institut Napoléon, “Napoléon et les femmes” [“Napoleon and women”], talk followed by a book signing.
► For information on how to register (on a specific date) and how to attend, according to a protocol which must be scrupulously respected due to the sanitary measures linked to the COVID-19, consult the pdf document here (in French)
► Find out more about what the Fondation Napoléon is doing (production, loans, publications, patronage…) within the framework of the “2021 Année Napoléon” label.
published: 19 April 2021