France Day at Harvard


Thursday, September 26, 2019 (All day)


Harvard Memorial Church in the morning & the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European studies in the afternoon


Dear members of the Harvard Community,

To celebrate the strong ties between France and Harvard University, and in conjunction with the 60th Anniversary of the Arthur Sachs Scholarship Fund at Harvard, the Consulate of France in Boston is hosting a ‘Day of France’ at Harvard.  

Join us on Thursday September 26, 2019 for a series of panel discussions with American and French professors of leading institutions (Harvard University, Sciences Po, Université Paris Sciences & Lettres) organized around defining issues in today’s world: scientific revolutions, inequality, information and liberal democracy.

To register for the “Day of France” event, please use the following link:

Please note that the sessions will be held in two different locations (Harvard Memorial Church in the morning & theMinda de Gunzburg Center for European studies in the afternoon).

The event will end with a benefit concert at Memorial Church for Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris. The Boston Camerata Ensemble and the Chorale Fellows of Memorial Church will perform 12th century music created at Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris. Get your tickets for the concert here!