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Les Barthes, France


2017- James Henry Breasted Prize from the American Historical Association

2016- French-American Foundation/Florence Gould Translation Prize

2005- Modern Language Association of America, Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize

1999- National Jewish Book Council, Sandra Brand and Arik Weitraub Award


Steven Rendall


Art/Architecture, Classical, Comparative Lit/Criticism, Contemporary, Economy, Fiction, Gender Studies, History, Non-fiction, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Science, Sociology/Anthropology

Recent titles:

  • The Gunzburgs: A Family Biography Lorraine de Meaux. Halban Publishers, 2019
  • Disturbance : Surviving Charlie Hebdo, Philippe Lançon, Europa, 2019
  • Sophocles: A Study of his Theater in its Political and Social Context, Princeton University Press, 2018
  • An Imaginary Racism, Pascal Bruckner, Polity, 2018
  • Montaigne: A Life, Philippe Desan, Princeton University Press, 2017
  • The Wisdom of Money, Pascal Bruckner, Harvard University Press, 2017
  • Éric Rohmer: A Biography, Antoine de Baecque and Noël Herpe, Columbia University Press, 2016
  • The Sociology of Howard S. Becker, Alain Pessin, University of Chicago Press, 2016
  • The Making of the Ancient Greek Economy, Alain Bresson, Princeton University Press, 2015
  • Bonaparte, Patrice Gueniffey, Harvard University Press, 2015
  • Dictionary of Untranslatables, Barbara Cassin, Princeton University Press, 2014
  • Cemetery of Swallows, Mallock, Europa, 2014
  • Autumn, All the Cats Return, Philippe Georget, Europa, 2014


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