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Les Cafés February-March 2018

Café Scientifique: Comment les algues peuvent nous renseigner sur les climats passés?

Tuesday 6th February, 7-8.30pm

Dr Julien Plancq, Research Associate at the University of Glasgow, will talk about his research on Geographical and Earth Sciences.

Free event - Donations are welcome!
In French, minimum level B1 (Intermediate/Advanced) advised.


Café littéraire Le pressentiment, Emmanuel Bove (1935)

Wednesday 21st February, 2-3:30pm

Please note that you must book in advance at the Language Office.
Fees: £15 (novel included in the price). If you already have a copy of the book, the cost to attend this event is £13 per person.


Café Histoire

Monday 5th March, 6-7.30pm

Les Choses: un portrait de la France (1958-1968)
Le titre complet du roman de Michel Pérec, Les Choses: Une histoire des années soixante, est la parfaite illustration des mutations que la société française va connaître entre 1958 et 1968: «les années Yé-yé», la société de consommation, l’arrivée du «nouveau cadre». Mais ces changements coïncident-ils avec les ambitions pour la France du Général de Gaulle?

Talk in French


Café Art ‘Backstage’ on ‘Charles Rennie Mackintosh Unbuilt’, a focus exhibition at The Hunterian featuring models of Mackintosh’s unrealised buildings. With Hunterian Curator Anne Dulau Beveridge

Wednesday 7th March 2018, 6-7.30pm

To book your place for the first Café Art on 7th March, please click here or contact us on 0141 331 4080.
Free for AF members / £5 for non-members


Café littéraire: Congo Inc. Le testament de Bismarck, In Koli Jean Bofane (2014)

Wednesday 21st March, 2.45-4.15pm

Dans le cadre de la semaine de la francophonie


Please note that you must book in advance at the Language Office.
Fees: £15 (novel included in the price). If you already have a copy of the book, the cost to attend this event is £13 per person.

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