From New York to Paris:
Building a New Feminism
Lindsey Tramuta in Conversation with Lauren Bastide and Ariane Bernard
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
LIVE on Zoom
Since 2017, the #MeToo movement has exposed various forms of abuse that women have suffered, as well as existing inequalities that remain throughout society. Though women are still largely under-represented in leadership and public-facing roles, more and more activists across sectors and geography are working tirelessly to usher in change. Their actions support and harness feminine power while breaking down historical stereotypes.
Lindsey Tramuta, an American based in Paris since 2006, shines a light on activists currently at work in the city in her new book The New Parisienne: The Women & Ideas Shaping Paris, published this past July by Abrams. She will be joined in conversation by fellow feminist and journalist Lauren Bastide, who hosts the podcast La Poudre and authored the acclaimed new book Présentes, and Ariane Bernard, a product management consultant and entrepreneur.
40 minutes with Q&A
Lindsey Tramuta is a culture and travel journalist, based in Paris for the last fourteen years.
Tramuta is the author of the bestselling book The New Paris (2017). She is a regular contributor to The New York Times, Condé Nast Traveler, Glamour, Afar, Fortune, and Bloomberg. Her most recent book, The New Parisienne: the Women & Ideas Shaping Paris, was released in July, 2020 by Abrams Books and features 50 activists, creators, educators, visionaries, and disruptors—like Leïla Slimani, Lauren Bastide, and Mayor Anne Hidalgo—to reveal Paris as a blossoming cultural center of feminine power.
Buy The New Parisienne: the Women & Ideas Shaping Paris
Learn more at lindseytramuta.com
Lauren Bastide is a journalist, creator of La Poudre, a feminist podcast with over 10 million listeners, and co-founder of the production studio Nouvelles Ecoutes.
Bastide was editor-in-chief of Elle magazine, columnist on Canal Plus, producer of the show “Les Savantes” on France Inter and has been active since 2016 with the association of women journalists Prenons la Une.
A graduate in political science and gender studies, she has made the representation of women in the media the focus of her journalistic and activist work. Her last book Présentes was released in September, 2020 by Allary Editions.
Learn more at nouvellesecoutes.fr
Ariane Bernard is a product leader with a specialty in content management and delivery tools – CMS, subscription & eCommerce, analytics, CRM.
Bernard was last the chief digital officer at Le Parisien. Prior to this, she was the product lead for editorial products at Taboola, and served in a variety of roles during her 14 years at The New York Times including working on the CMS team.
She is currently building a new publishing platform oriented at independent publishers.
Learn more at arianebernard.com