Harlem, une histoire de la gentrification

Livres en dialogue | Presentation of the book
6:30 pm
8:30 pm
Harlem, une histoire de la gentrification

The Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme is organizing a presentation event of the book Harlem, une histoire de la gentrification, to be published on January 24, 2024 at the Éditions de la MSH.

This session of Livres en dialogue will bring together the book's author, Charlotte Recoquillon, and the journalist Rokhaya Diallo.

After the discussion, you will have the opportunity to ask our guest any questions you may have. The meeting will be followed by a moment of conviviality.

Our guests

Charlotte Recoquillon is a geographer, PhD in geopolitics and specialist in the United States. Her research focuses on police violence, racism and the Black Lives Matter movement. She also teaches at Sciences Po.

Rokhaya Diallo is a journalist committed to fighting racism, sexism and defending minority rights. Her work as a journalist and film-maker in favour of equality has won several awards. She is a columnist for the Washington Post and The Guardian, and researcher in residence at the "Gender Justice Initiative" | Georgetown University (Washington). According to The New York Times, she is "one of the most important anti-racism activists in France".

More information about the book (FR)

Published at 14 December 2023