Below are some of the activities with French interests that I know. Please let me know if you want, or do not want, to be listed here. The names and organizations are listed in no specific order.
In Santa Fe.
In Santa Fe.
In Santa Fe.
Jean-Luc E. Cartron, Ph.D. Department of Biology MSC03 2020 1 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 http://biology.unm.edu/
Researcher at the University of New Mexico. Editor of the extraordinary book “Raptors of New Mexico” (UNM Press, 2010) and author of various field guides. http://www.amazon.com/Raptors-New-Mexico-Jean-Luc-Cartron/dp/0826341454
French Club of the University of New Mexico
Alex Barnier: President
Lucca Henrion : Vice President
Elise Vanroy : Teacher/Assistant Events
Sarah Hassan : Communications
French language courses and translations
Alliance Française http://www.afabq.com/
Santa Fe Coaching
Le Cercle de Vie
Office of the State Historian – New Mexico
Thomas’ family comes from France (Alsace, Flandre, and Artois, France), and Hainaut in Belgium (he was born and raised near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania). He is fluent in French. His academic research focus is early modern Europe, in particular the French Civil Wars (1560-1600), among many other topics. For more information, see http://newmexicohistory.org/who-we-are
History of the French in New Mexico
The Corridor newspaper
Marc-Paul LaRouche and family.
The Corridor is a community newspaper based in Eldorado, near Santa Fe.
Marc-Paul’s family comes from France a long time ago, via Canada and, in the 1950s, Kentucky. See the Corridor’s website at www.the corridornm.com
Catherine Y. Fridey is a French-born actor, producer, and award-winning screenwriter. She was raised outside of Chicago, she has extensive travel experience, and now makes the multi-cultural state of New Mexico her home base. Her feature screenplays have placed in several competitions, and she is developing an animated television series called, “Time Travel Team.” Her website is worth watching!
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