Lucie Campos runs the French Book Office in London, which actively supports literature in translation in the UK.
Franco-Irish, she is the author of a book on Coetzee, Kertész and Sebald, has taught comparative literature in a number of French universities, and is an editor for the online journal La Vie des Idées and for the “Littérature, Histoire, Politique” series at Classiques Garnier.
Can we all wander at will through our great cities? How different is the experience for men and women, and how does our landscape alter throughout the day? Three ambulatory experts illuminate.
In partnership with the Institut Français.