Featuring
Pierre Capretz
Valérie Allain
Charles Mayer

Updated October 26:
Click here for updated conference agenda

Parking instructions for those driving to the reunion:

Most Yale University parking lots are free and open to the public on weekends. The closest free lot to the Whitney Humanities Center is Lot 51, located at 302 Temple St. It is just one block away from the Whitney Humanities Center. All street parking in the area is metered, with a limit of 1 or 2 hours use on Saturday. It is not recommended that you park at a meter on Saturday. Street parking at meters is free on Sunday with no time limit.

The program will include:

  • A discussion of the history of the program
  • Réinvention de l’histoire: examples of student work
  • A discussion of teaching with French in Action today
  • A gala banquet on Saturday night
  • Information about the forthcoming French in Interaction and the third edition of the textbooks and workbooks
  • and much more!

Registration for the conference has ended. If you are interested in attending the conference, please contact Ash Lago (203-432-7086, ash.lago@yale.edu ) to inquire about availability.

The conference will begin at the Whitney Humanities Center, located at 53 Wall Street in New Haven, CT.

The French in Action Reunion at Yale is sponsored by Yale University Press, Yale University Office of the Provost, Yale Office of Cooperative Research, and the Whitney Humanities Center.

Yale University is located in New Haven, CT, and is a 90-minute drive from New York City. The closest major airport is Bradley International, which is 50 miles away in Windsor Locks, CT, just north of Hartford.

If you have any questions about the conference, please email ash.lago@yale.edu.

If you have any questions about registration, please click on the link above, or call the Yale University Office of Conference Services at 203-432-0465. Email is confserv@yale.edu.