From the American Library in Paris, writer Thomas Chatterton Williams talks with other Parisians, both American and not, about the ideas that enliven French society and the joys and tribulations of everyday life in the City of Light. This week, his guest is Mira Kamdar, author and commentator on international affairs who formerly served on the Editorial Board ofThe New York Times; her books include Motiba’s Tattoos and Planet India. Tune in on the first Thursday of every month to meet journalists, writers, artists, activists, and the occasional boulevardier.
This episode was recorded at the American Library in Paris by Elliot Rambach and produced by Padmini Parthasarathy. Logo designed by Stephanie Bastek. Our theme music is “Clowns” by Dee Yan Key.
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