Professor Bernard Fäy of the Collège de France gave two lectures, "L'Academie Française" and "The Share of France, of Great Britain and the United States in the Great Intellectual Revolution of the Eighteenth Century."  An historian of French-American relations, Fäy was convicted in 1946 of conspiracy with the Nazi occupantion and condemned to dégradation nationale, loss of professional standing and forced labor for life.  He subsequently escaped to Switzerland with assistance from the American expatriate Alice B. Toklas.