Rachel et Jean-Pierre Cartier

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Jean-Pierre (b. 1929) was a journalist and then a leading reporter for the magazine Paris Match. He left journalism to dedicate his work to writing novels, historical books, and essays. He has published some 25 books, many in collaboration with his wife Rachel. They have created an interfaith retreat in Parnac in the Berry region of France. The renowned scholar Eva de Vitray Meyerovitch (1909-1999) was educated by nuns and went on to study Christian theology at the Sorbonne, with degrees in law and ancient Greek philosophy. She was head of the social sciences division of the CNRS in Paris, France for many years. Translator, researcher, and writer, she published a total of 40 books and numerous articles on Sufism, Rumi, and Islam. Dr. Goddard, economist and author, currently resides in Washington, DC, with regular visits to Cairo, Istanbul, and Paris, and has worked in 65 countries, with special emphasis on the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Over her career, her clients included USAID, the World Bank, the UN, the Asian and African Development Banks, as well as the international firms that serve these organizations. Her PhD is from the Sorbonne, the University of Paris, (dissertation: OPECs Economic Strategy), with postgraduate work at the University of Chicago. She is fluent in French, Turkish, Arabic, and English. Katharine Branning is the former Vice-President of Education of the French Institute Alliance Franaise in New York City and graduate of the Ecole du Louvre in Paris, where she specialized in Islamic arts. She has taught and lectured internationally on cross-cultural issues and her articles have appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines. Her biographical novel of Eva de Vitray-Meyerovitch, Ink of Light, was published in spring, 2018.

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Woman's Path to the Heart of Islam

Interviews by Rachel et Jean-Pierre Cartier with Eva de Vitray-Meyerovitch
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