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Tuesday, March 12, 2024 | 7:00 pm |Dinner | National Arts Club | 15 Gramercy Park South (East 20th St)

Clémence Boulouque

Clémence’s topic is Audrey Hepburn and the Mystery of Grace.

A graduate from the Paris Institute of Political Studies and the ESSEC Business School, Boulouque spent some time in a recruiting firm before moving to New York City for the first time, where she won a Fulbright scholarship and studied for a master’s degree in international relations at the School of International and Public Affairs of Columbia University (2001–2002).

After returning to France, Boulouque devoted herself to writing, journalism, and literary criticism from 2002 to 2007. In 2003, she wrote her first novel, Mort d’un silence, in which she tells the long ordeal that she and her family lived when her father committed suicide. The book was awarded with the Prix Fénéon in the same year.  She wrote in particular for the French magazines Le Figaro littéraire, Transfuge, and Lire. She regularly intervened as a chronicler in the program Tout arrive [fr] by Arnaud Laporte on France Culture. She was the producer of the series of programs such as À voix nue with Toni Morrison or Amos Oz, as well as a summer series about Marguerite Yourcenar. In 2005, William Karel directed the film adaptation of her first novel, titled La Fille du juge.

Boulouque returned to the United States in 2008 and was awarded a Ph.D. in Jewish Studies and History from New York University in 2014. Afterwards, Boulouque completed her postdoctoral training at the Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies of the University of Pennsylvania, where she joined the New Perspectives on the Origins, Context and Diffusion of the Academic Study of Judaism fellowship (2014–2015). She currently teaches as the Carl and Bernice Witten Associate Professor of Jewish and Israel Studies in the Department of Religion at Columbia. Her courses of instruction include religion and the movies as well as Masterpieces of Western Literature and Philosophy.


April 9, 2024 | 6:00 – 7:30 pm | Après-work Apéro | Café Un, Deux, Trois | 123 West 44th Street, New York, NY

Join members and friends for a casual apéro and hors d’ouvres. This is also an opportunity to practice one’s possibly fractured français.

Registration includes hors d’oeuvres and wine.




Tentative Calendar of Meetings 2024 (As of 2/14/24)





Jan 9 Dinner Annual Meeting: State of the Club  NAC
Feb 13 Dinner Raclette Léna
Mar 12 Dinner Clémence Boulouque on Audrey Hepburn NAC
April 9 Apéro Après-work Apéro 6-7:30 Café 1, 2, 3
April 24 Cocktail April in Paris TBA
May 7 Apéro Après-work Apéro 6-7:30 TBA
May 14  Reception New Members 2023 & 2024 Château Village
May 18  Festival Festival des auteurs francophones en Amérique organisé par Rencontre des auteurs francophones  12 – 8 pm NAC
June 4 Dinner   NAC
July 9 Cruise Pre-Bastille Sail on the Shearwater North Cove Marina
July 14 Fête Bastille Day TBA 
Sept 17 Dinner   NAC
Oct 8 Apéro Après-work Apéro 6-7:30 TBA
Oct 15 Dinner   NAC
Nov 12 Cocktail Soirée d’automne TBA
Dec 10 Dinner Holiday Dinner NAC


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