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Bibliotheque nationale de France

The Stanford University Libraries cordially invite you to attend

Books, Libraries and the
Bibliothèque nationale de France: A Look Forward

a lecture by

Bruno Racine

President of the Bibliothèque nationale de France


Wednesday, April 8, 2009
4:30 to 6:00 pm  

Albert M. Bender Room
Cecil H. Green Library, Stanford University (map)
Seating is limited.
Please respond to Sonia Lee by April 1
if you would like to attend:, 650-736-9538.

 Bruno Racine

Bruno Racine was appointed President of the Bibliothèque nationale de France in April, 2007. Over the years he has held many senior positions within the French government, including Director General of Cultural Affairs for the City of Paris (1988-1993), Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1993-1995), Director of the French Academy in Rome (1997-2002), and President of the Centre Pompidou (2002-2007). He is also the author of both novels and best-selling non-fiction books, including Art of Living in Rome and Art of Living in Tuscany, and has been awarded several major French literary prizes for his works.

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