Sorcières : la puissance invaincue des femmes
An important essay on the historical notion of "the Witch" - the independent women, the knowledgeable women, the women who
frighten people - and the lasting influence it has even on our modern societies.
Albert Camus tells the story about a plague sweeping an Algerian city in the 40s. One will be amazed how much the story, though fictitious
and set in a different epoch, still resonates with our current struggle with the epidemic.
Envoyée spéciale en Mandchourie
Swiss journalist and explorer Ella Maillart travelled in 1934 to Manchukuo, the Japanese puppet-state in Northern China. Living among the
diverse locals, she not only told a great travel story but also produced a valuble historical document.
Recently deceased French female comic book artist Claire Bretécher created this legendary series of one-page stories, each filled with a
biting satire of post-68 France, dealing with themes such as feminism, sexual liberation, psychoanalysis, lef