Great Women of France: 20th century. Read about - Marie Curie, Simone de Beauvoir, Nadia Boulanger, Coco Chanel, Simone Veil
The 'salons' of 17th and 18th century France are sometimes called “the cradle of the French Revolution.” Salons were discussions among a group of carefully selected nobles and intellectuals, typically organized by women called salonnières.
Great Women of France, who are they? Who have played important roles in the history of la belle France? There's the woman who was not French but American, and the other who may never have been to France at all! Fun!
French mustard: Is it the best mustard in the world? Learning about French gastronomy starts with French wines, then cheeses, then mustard - which French mustard is the best?
Only in Provence: Provence is a magical corner of France, with unique sights, surprising legends, and a rich Roman, Jewish, and Catholic heritage.
Today’s college students are faced with choosing a major field of study that will set them on a course for life. Should they pick a 'practical' major in the STEM field, or, god forbid, something useless like French?
Secrets of St-Rémy-de-Provence - Dive in to discover many favorite places and experiences loved by locals.
I love Michel Houellebecq’s books & I hate his books, and I can’t stop reading them.
Learning French in Utah USA: Better known for vast open spaces & beautiful national parks, kids are chattering away in foreign languages.
France: Top Literary Awards - peak book season in France is NOW & for French literati, it’s like the Oscars and the Olympics rolled into one.