The services at the Paris cathedral, which continued through two world wars and Nazi occupation, were relocated after this year's fire.
No one seems to really know what to do with the woman who doesn’t fit anywhere.
Reading List: Foucault And The Race-Based Vision Of History, The Underside Of The French Presidential Campaign, And What We’re Willing To Die For
To the twenty French academics who have come to the defense of Houria Bouteldja, spokesperson for Le Parti des Indigènes
PARIS – No, Parisian voters are not “vomitatious,” as the pathetic Henri Guaino proclaimed Monday after losing his seat in
For decades many Westerners were confident that revolutions could transform lagging Third World countries into fledgling
From the 1789 French Revolution to this year's election
It must have a narrative, plan, leadership and organization.
Top: Karl Haendel, Hillary Clinton, 2016. Pencil on paper, speaker, and audio recording. Bottom: Karl Haendel, Rodeo 8, 10
I would like to begin this paper by highlighting a quotation of one of my beloved philosophers, the excommunicated Jew, Baruch Spinoza. He said, "Do not weep. Do not wax indignant. Understand." To understand Islamic Terrorism, these tips will take you to the heart of the issue. They try to break stereotypes and provide the reader, whether Muslim or non-Muslim with some key ideas for further study.
Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, Self-Portrait with Cerise Ribbons, ca. 1782. Oil on canvas, 25 ½ x 21 ¼ in. Kimbell Art Museum
A great candidate would face what others ignore, boldly illuminating any self-destructive agenda that fosters investments that are driven by short-term greed, and proliferates terrorism and war based on fear. They would call for compassion and model confidence that humanity can find a course toward mutual benefit.
On the 17th of July 1791, at the height of the French Revolution, the country's National Assembly decreed that Louis XVI would remain king of France under a constitutional monarchy.
Illustrious Lives: The Blind Resistance Fighter, Sartre's Fellow Traveler, and the Coup That Ushered in the Terror
Jérôme Garcin has completed his heroic trilogy. Twenty years ago he gave us Pour Jean Prévost. In 2013, Bleus horizons resurrected poet Jean de La Ville de Mirmont, who was killed at age 28 during the first months of the First World War.
Once a nation turns its back on a resolute determination to cultivate moral deservedness, political and financial superintendency passes to those who gain power illegitimately--a fact described eloquently by President Theodore Roosevelt.
Enter Thomas Paine, the one truly radical Founding Father, who was fighting for that soul of America. He was also the man who inspired a long and bloody war through his words in Common Sense and American Crisis, words often quoted by Neocons.
For the tourists in search of intense emotions, it is now possible to walk on a floor made of clear glass on the first level of the tower, seemingly walking on air.