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Italien en Sorbonne, Italian Studies Paris Sorbonne

Italien en Sorbonne, Italian Studies Paris Sorbonne

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Vidéo de présentation de la formation Langue, Littérature et Culture Italiennes proposée par l'UFR d'Italien et Roumain de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne
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The Sorbonne University in Paris welcomes refugee students

The Sorbonne University in Paris welcomes refugee students

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Education International traveled to Paris to meet two students who arrived in Paris as refugees, and who are now looking toward the future as they complete their studies at the renowned Sorbonne University. Sorbonne President Georges Haddad explains why the programme is at the core of the university's mission.
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Sorbonne - Study Abroad Paris, France

Sorbonne - Study Abroad Paris, France

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The University of Paris IV Sorbonne offers high ranking French language programs at all levels. Come study abroad in Paris, France with Panrimo. http://www.panrimo.com/study-abroad/france/paris
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Sorbonne University, Paris, France

Sorbonne University, Paris, France

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Sorbonne University, Paris, France. More Info at: http://general.fr.topuniversity.eu/
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Paris Sorbonne Exchange Student | Being on Erasmus Exchange

Paris Sorbonne Exchange Student | Being on Erasmus Exchange

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Hello! After completing one semester at l'Universite Paris-Sorbonne IV, I wanted to share my experience and give some advice to others considering studying abroad in Paris. In this video I discuss: settling in, enrollment, module choices, university administration, beginning your classes, assessment methods and finally making friends! I hope you find this video helpful and I'm more than happy to make more on this topic. Feel free to comment or contact me elsewhere to find out more. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chloelouise_v/ Tumblr: http://chloelouise-v.tumblr.com/ Email: chloelbarritt@gmail.com
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Presentation, ECAS, Sorbonne July 2015

Presentation, ECAS, Sorbonne July 2015

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Presentation at European Conference of Africa Studies, Sorbonne, Paris, July 2015 Producing social contracts and institutions of government from below, in Accra, Ghana
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Master’s programme in English Studies

Master’s programme in English Studies

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The Master’s programme in English Studies helps you develop your expertise in areas that are often separated in other programmes: English language and linguistics, literature in English, and the teaching of English. An English studies prepares you for a variety of jobs, and our graduates have been successful in finding employment. If combined with mandatory pedagogical studies, the Master’s degree in English Studies qualifies you to be a language teacher. Alternatively, you can find employment in media or publishing, business, or international organisations where language skills are required. English is used globally as the language of science, culture, business and tourism, and experts in English are required in all of these fields. Further information about the studies on the Master's programme website: www.helsinki.fi/en/programmes/master/english-studies
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Institut Guerre et Paix en Sorbonne

Institut Guerre et Paix en Sorbonne

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Institute of Social Studies in The Hague

Institute of Social Studies in The Hague

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For more information, please visit our website http://www.iss.nl/.
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Institut Guerre et Paix en Sorbonne

Institut Guerre et Paix en Sorbonne

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Sorbonne University reopens after closure during job protests

Sorbonne University reopens after closure during job protests

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April 24, 2006 1. Exterior, Sorbonne University 2. Various, students arriving 3. SOUNDBITE: (French) Voxpop, Jonathan, student: "I think we haven''t thought for a while and it won''t do our neurones any harm, and that a university is a place to study not for controversy. It''s apolitical." 4. SOUNDBITE (French) Voxpop, Diane, student: "We have to start classes again. It''s a good thing but I was in favour of carrying on because the withdrawal of the CPE is not enough and I wanted them to withdrawal the entirety of equal opportunities law because there is still the CNE and apprenticeships from the age of 14. And we are starting classes again because we have no choice, we have our semester. We have to move on but I am not happy." 5. SOUNDBITE: (French) Voxpop, Matthieu, student: "It''s a very good thing because it''s been a month that we are paralysed, that we can''t study. So now we are going to go back to the library and it''s a very good thing. I think for those who have entrance exams and all that, it was starting to drag on." 6. Various, wardens by the Sorbonne entrance 7. Student arriving 8. Sorbonne university sign 9. Police van driving past Sorbonne university entrance File - March 11, 2006 10. Various night shots of clashes between protesters and riot police outside the Sorbonne university 11. Various of riot police storming the Sorbonne university STORYLINE: Students passed police vans on Monday morning as they returned to their studies at Sorbonne University in Paris after its closure for six weeks due to student protests. Universities across France nationwide were shut or thrown into disarray by the protests against employment laws introduced by the French administration which made it easier for employers to hire and fire workers. The Sorbonne''s main building on Paris'' Left Bank became a symbol of the standoff after students occupied it March 8-11 and riot police stormed in to dislodge them. But on Monday small groups of students returned to school calmly, while police remained discreetly on alert nearby for any signs that radical groups could disrupt classes. Entrance security was stricter than usual; only students with valid ID cards were allowed in the building. Some students said they were unhappy about the strike not being continued, but for many students it was time to return to studies. "I think we haven''t thought for a while and it won''t do our neurones any harm and that a university is a place to study not for controversy. It''s apolitical," said Jonathan, a student. "It''s a very good thing because it''s been a month that we are paralysed, that we can''t study, so now we are going to go back to the library and it''s a very good thing. I think for those who have entrance exams and all that, it was starting to drag on," said Matthieu, another student. The protests dwindled after President Jacques Chirac surrendered to students and unions on April 10 and scrapped the disputed plan, which would have made it easier to hire - and fire - young workers. The Sorbonne remained shut, however, while workers carried out 550-thousand euros (677-thousand US dollars) in repairs and during its regularly scheduled spring break, which ended on Monday. During much of the protest movement, the Sorbonne''s facade was barricaded behind a high metal screen where police with water canon were positioned. The streets outside the school remained a gathering point for protesters, who regularly scuffled with police. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0dc95947a8c7d3d66a5db867a60a26b7 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Summer Study in Paris at The Sorbonne: Experience the Finest Abroad Summer Program

Summer Study in Paris at The Sorbonne: Experience the Finest Abroad Summer Program

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Our summer study programs at the Sorbonne in Paris is a life-changing experience. Could you imagine an abroad summer program as spectacular as one in Paris, France? This video is designed to give you a first-hand look at our Paris summer study program. For more information on our summer study in Paris programs at The Sorbonne http://www.summerstudy.com/study-abroad-programs), please call us at 1-800-666-2556.
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Ama Mazama - Teachers Make a Difference

Ama Mazama - Teachers Make a Difference

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Ama Mazama (aka Marie-Josée Cérol) is Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Programs of the Department of Africa American Studies at Temple University. She received her PhD with highest distinction from La Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III. After graduating from La Sorbonne with Highest Distinction in Linguistics for her doctorarte, Professor Ama Mazama taught at the University of Texas, Pennsylvania State University, before arriving at Temple University in l993. She established a reputation as the principal exponent of the African origin of the Guadeloupian language. In two books, Langue et Identité en Guadeloupe: Une Perspective Afrocentrique and Une Introduction au Créole Guadeloupéen. She is the Managing Editor of the Journal of Black Studies. Her publications appear in journals in three continents. Well known as an educational consultant for the infusion of African content in American schools Mazama has written several books for teachers in addition to her major scholarly works in Afrocentric philosophy and theory. Two co-edited encyclopedias, the Encyclopedia of Black Studies and the Encyclopedia of African Religion, earned praise for their pioneering work from the National Council of Black Studies. Her scholarly works critique domination and hegemonic philosophies, reveal the cultural, linguistic, and religious bases of Caribbean culture, especially Vodu, and examine cultural and critical methods of establishing an ethic of justice and equity.
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Places to see in ( Paris - France ) La Sorbonne

Places to see in ( Paris - France ) La Sorbonne

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Places to see in ( Paris - France ) La Sorbonne The Sorbonne is an edifice of the Latin Quarter, in Paris, France, which was the historical house of the former University of Paris. Today, it houses part or all of several higher education and research institutions such as Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Sorbonne Nouvelle University, Paris-Sorbonne University, Paris Descartes University, the École Nationale des Chartes and the École pratique des hautes études. The name is derived from the Collège de Sorbonne, founded in 1257 by the eponymous Robert de Sorbon as one of the first significant colleges of the medieval University of Paris. The university predates the college by about a century, and minor colleges had been founded already during the late 12th century. During the 16th century, the Sorbonne became involved with the intellectual struggle between Catholics and Protestants. The University served as a major stronghold of Catholic conservative attitudes and, as such, conducted a struggle against King Francis I's policy of relative tolerance towards the French Protestants, except for a brief period during 1533 when the University was placed under Protestant control. The Collège de Sorbonne was suppressed during the French Revolution, reopened by Napoleon in 1808 and finally closed in 1882. This was only one of the many colleges of the University of Paris that existed until the French revolution. Hastings Rashdall, in The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages (1895), which is still a standard reference on the topic, lists some 70 colleges of the university from the Middle Ages alone; some of these were short-lived and disappeared already before the end of the medieval period, but others were founded during the early modern period, like the Collège des Quatre-Nations. With time, the college came to be the main French institution for theological studies and "Sorbonne" was frequently used as a synonym for the Paris Faculty of Theology despite being only one of many colleges of the university. After months of conflicts between students and authorities at the University of Paris at Nanterre, the administration closed that university on May 2, 1968. Students at the Sorbonne campus in Paris met on May 3 to protest against the closure and the threatened expulsion of several students at Nanterre. In 1970, the University of Paris was divided into thirteen universities, managed by a common rectorate, the Chancellerie des Universités de Paris, with offices in the Sorbonne. Three of those universities maintain facilities in the historical building of the Sorbonne, and thus have the word in their name: Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Sorbonne Nouvelle University and Paris-Sorbonne University. Paris Descartes University uses also the Sorbonne building. The building also houses the École Nationale des Chartes, the École pratique des hautes études, the Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne and the Bibliothèque de la Sorbonne. The Sorbonne chapel was classified as a French historic monument in 1887. The amphitheatre (Le Grand Amphithéâtre) and the entire building complex (façades and roofs) became monuments in 1975. ( Paris - France ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Paris . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Paris - France Join us for more : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLP2J3yzHO9rZDyzie5Y5Og http://placestoseein87.blogspot.com.eg/ https://plus.google.com/108460845579164318812 https://www.facebook.com/placestoseein87/ https://twitter.com/Placestoseein1 https://www.tumblr.com/blog/placestoseein https://www.pinterest.com/placestoseein87/places-to-see-in/
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Université d'été en Sorbonne - Conférences 2016

Université d'été en Sorbonne - Conférences 2016

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Cette année, l'Université d'été en Sorbonne vous propose différentes conférences en français ou en anglais sur des thèmes diversifiés. Les conférences commencent à 17h et se terminent à 18h30 la première semaine et débutent à 18h30 jusqu'à 20h les semaines suivantes. L'entrée se fait au 17 rue de la Sorbonne à Paris. INSCRIPTION : http://universite.ete.sorbonne-universites.fr/conferences-du-soir/inscription-conferences-du-soir.html Programme 2016 : - 28 juin, conférence inaugurale sur « Shakespeare et la France », Pierre Iselin, langues et littératures anglaises et anglo-saxonnes, Université Paris-Sorbonne. Conférence gratuite pour tous, suivie d'un concert des Sorbonne Scholars intitulé "Musique de l'Armada". - 30 juin, « La musique dans le théâtre de Shakespeare », Pierre Iselin, langues et littératures anglaises et anglo-saxonnes, Université Paris-Sorbonne. Conférence gratuite pour tous, suivie d'un concert des Sorbonne Scholars intitulé "Shakespeare en musique". - 4 juillet, « (Sou)rire à la française. Bons mots et traits d’esprit à l’âge classique en France », Patrick Dandrey, littérature française et comparée. - 7 juillet en anglais "Shakespeare and Europe", Michael Dobson, directeur du Shakespeare Institute à Stratford-upon-Avon et Professor of Shakespeare Studies à l'Université de Birmingham - British Council. Conférence gratuite pour tous. - 11 juillet, « Patrimoine et Tourisme, supports de la dynamique urbaine », Édith Fagnoni, géographie et aménagement, Université Paris-Sorbonne. - 13 juillet en anglais, « Swedish crime fiction », Kertin Bergmanl. - 18 juillet, « Les musiques de la forêt tropicale africaine », Sylvie Le Bomin, Ethnomusicologie, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle. - 20 juillet, « La Nature est-elle bien faite ? - la notion d'adaptation », Guillaume Lecointre, Systematic Biology, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle. ............................................ S'abonner : https://www.youtube.com/c/UnivParisSorbonne4 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Universite.Paris.Sorbonne Twitter : https://twitter.com/Paris_Sorbonne Site web : http://www.paris-sorbonne.fr
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The Péristyle in the Sorbonne

The Péristyle in the Sorbonne

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Since the 13th century, the name Sorbonne has conjured up for the whole world the image of one of the most prestigious centres of intelligence and culture, of science and of the arts, of an age-old knowledge that spans the centuries and one that resounds to this day with the promise of excellence. Eight centuries after its foundation, the Sorbonne has become the symbol of all French universities and academies. With this video, explore the Péristyle, in the Sorbonne. #Sorbonne #Péristyle
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The Grand Salon in the Sorbonne

The Grand Salon in the Sorbonne

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Since the 13th century, the name Sorbonne has conjured up for the whole world the image of one of the most prestigious centres of intelligence and culture, of science and of the arts, of an age-old knowledge that spans the centuries and one that resounds to this day with the promise of excellence. Eight centuries after its foundation, the Sorbonne has become the symbol of all French universities and academies. With this video, explore the Grand Salon, in the Sorbonne. #Sorbonne #GrandSalon
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Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne - l'IREST - Thanh.flv

Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne - l'IREST - Thanh.flv

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Deciphering the Medu Neter - Dr.Theophile Obenga

Deciphering the Medu Neter - Dr.Theophile Obenga

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The Master Teacher Dr.Theophile Obenga easily settle's the so-called argument of have the Medu Netcher ever been deciphered... Born in Brazzaville, Congo (Central Africa), Théophile Obenga has studied a wide variety of subjects and has obtained a wide range of degrees. His degrees include: M.A. in Philosophy (University of Bordeaux, France) M.Ed. (University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A.) M.A. in History (University of Paris, Sorbonne) Advanced studies in History, Linguistics, and Egyptology (University of Geneva, Switzerland); in Prehistory (Institut de Paléontologie Humaine, Paris), and in Linguistics, Philology, and Egyptology (University of Paris, Sorbonne, and College de France) Théophile Obenga holds the Ph.D. in Letters, Arts and Humanities from Montpellier University, France. He is a member of the French Association of Egyptologists (Société Française D’Egyptologie) and of the African Society of Culture (Présence Africaine). He contributed as part of the United Nations Educational and Scientific Cultural Organization (UNESCO) program, to the writing of the General History of Africa and the Scientific and Cultural History of Humanity. He was, until the end of 1991, Director General of the Centre International des Civilisations Bantu (CICIBA) in Libreville, Gabon. He is the Director and Chief Editor of the journal Ankh. From January 28 to February 3, 1974 at Cairo, Egypt, Théophile Obenga accompanied Cheikh Anta Diop as Africa’s representatives to the UNESCO symposium on “The Peopling of Ancient Egypt and the Deciphering of the Meroitic Script.” This meeting remains one of the single most important and famous defenses of African intellectual and historical integrity in the modern era. Dr. Obenga’s most recent work is African Philosophy: the Pharaonic period 2780-330 B.C. Dr. Obenga retired from San Francisco State in 2009. Please Comment, Like and Share ❤️ If you would like to Support this channel please Donate ❤️ https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=PYJG39LLM7RLG
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Aquien Pascal, Vice President, The scientific Council, Université Paris 4 Sorbonne.

Aquien Pascal, Vice President, The scientific Council, Université Paris 4 Sorbonne.

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"Without Translation, we would be Living in Provinces Bordering on Silence' (George Steiner) : Literature and Translation as a Bridge between Cultures" A Lecture by Prof. Dr. Aquien Pascal, Vice President, The scientific Council, Université Paris 4 Sorbonne. The Annual Conference on Cultural Diplomacy 2013 "Cultural Diplomacy & Cross Continental Cooperation: Building Bridges for a United Global Community" (Berlin; December 17th - 21st, 2013) The Center for Cultural Diplomacy Studies - Publications Institute for Cultural Diplomacy www.ccds-berlin.de www.culturaldiplomacy.org Follow us on Facebook http://on.fb.me/ZfCwv0
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Ama Mazama - Homeschooling Black Children

Ama Mazama - Homeschooling Black Children

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Ama Mazama (aka Marie-Josée Cérol) is Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Programs of the Department of Africa American Studies at Temple University. She received her PhD with highest distinction from La Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III. After graduating from La Sorbonne with Highest Distinction in Linguistics for her doctorarte, Professor Ama Mazama taught at the University of Texas, Pennsylvania State University, before arriving at Temple University in l993. She established a reputation as the principal exponent of the African origin of the Guadeloupian language. In two books, Langue et Identité en Guadeloupe: Une Perspective Afrocentrique and Une Introduction au Créole Guadeloupéen. She is the Managing Editor of the Journal of Black Studies. Her publications appear in journals in three continents. Well known as an educational consultant for the infusion of African content in American schools Mazama has written several books for teachers in addition to her major scholarly works in Afrocentric philosophy and theory. Two co-edited encyclopedias, the Encyclopedia of Black Studies and the Encyclopedia of African Religion, earned praise for their pioneering work from the National Council of Black Studies. Her scholarly works critique domination and hegemonic philosophies, reveal the cultural, linguistic, and religious bases of Caribbean culture, especially Vodu, and examine cultural and critical methods of establishing an ethic of justice and equity.
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LSBF London and La Sorbonne at 2012 Debate on Global Finance

LSBF London and La Sorbonne at 2012 Debate on Global Finance

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In another step to continue connecting business and finance students with the working world of finance services, LSBF London's Academic team last March launched a new series of monthly Question & Panel Debates bringing together industry guest speakers and students from the prestigious universities Sorbonne Graduate Business School and Grenoble Graduate School of Business (GGSB). Open to students, the recurring monthly panel debates will be an opportunity to discuss topical issues in the Finance and Investment field. LSBF London will invite panel experts to offer their views on the selected topics and open up a discussion to all students and guests in order to proffer answers and solution to current industry matters. The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is a dynamic educational institution delivering undergraduate, postgraduate and professional qualifications. Our innovative programmes are constantly reviewed to ensure they accurately reflect the conditions of the global economy, and we offer the flexibility to tailor your studies to suit your own career aspirations. To learn more about LSBF, watch some of our videos: LSBF: An Introduction - http://bit.ly/wMBpVh Our Undergraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/y5SrBr Our Postgraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/ygeGN8 Our Professional Courses: http://bit.ly/vE9fJk Our Revolutionary MBA: http://bit.ly/upvJ9h
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How Much Does It Cost To Go To University In France?

How Much Does It Cost To Go To University In France?

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Anne Dufourmantelle. The History of Sexuality in Philosophy: Greek Antiquity. 2011

Anne Dufourmantelle. The History of Sexuality in Philosophy: Greek Antiquity. 2011

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http://www.egs.edu Anne Dufourmantelle, philosopher, psychoanalyst and author, talking about the non-relationship between sexuality and philosophy. In this lecture, Anne Dufourmantelle discusses the history of philosophy, the relationship between body and soul, Christianity, Greek tragedy, consciousness and the limits of language in relationship to Michel Foucault, Plato, Immanuel Kant, Baruch Spinoza, Soren Kierkegaard, Jacques Lacan, Sigmund Freud, Friedrich Nietzsche, Aristotle, Maurice Blanchot and Avital Ronell focusing on desire, drive, hubris, emotion, the autonomy of the self, speech, thought and obsession. Public open lecture for the students and faculty of the European Graduate School EGS Media and Communication Studies department program Saas-Fee Switzerland Europe. 2011. Anne Dufourmantelle. Anne Dufourmantelle, Ph.D., is a French psychoanalyst, philosopher and author. Anne studied medicine and philosophy for two years in Paris and completed her doctorate (Ph.D) at Paris-IV university (Sorbonne). Her thesis was entitled : La vocation prophétique de la philosophie (The Prophetic Vocation of Philosophy) with studies on Soeren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche, Emmanuel Levinas and Patocka. It was published some years later by les éditions du Cerf and received the Academie Française for philosophy. During Anne's studies at la Sorbonne, she had the opportunity to take one year off to study "humanities" at Brown university, with Georges Morgan. She translated Nelson Goodman's _Language of Art_, and and wrote an essay on "The Structure of Appearance," which would lead her, upon returning to France, to teach at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris La Villette (School of Architecture (UP6) of La Villette, for five years a seminar on Aesthetics and "thinking architecture". This experience also drove Anne to publish some dialogues between architects and philosophers, such as, for example, between Christian de Portzamparc and Philippe Sollers (2004) or between Jean Baudrillard and Jean Nouvel (2000). Then Anne went on to direct a non-fiction collection as a publisher for Calmann-Levy on the field of philosophy. Anne studied with Jacques Derrida whom she had just met ("On Hospitality", Calmann-Levy, 1998 -- 17 translations), and also Vaclav Havel, Alain Didier-Weill, Alessandro Baricco, Julia Kristeva, Antonio Negri, George Steiner, Peter Sloterdijk, Frédéric Boyer, Belinda Cannone, etc... (more than 50 books published since). Then Anne left Calmann-Levy and continued with Stock (also in the Hachette group) the same type of collection, untitled "L'autre pensée", again in the field of philosophy, publishing thinkers like Slavoj Zizek, Noam Chomsky, Jacques Derrida again, Avital Ronell (2 books translated) -- Theodor Adorno, Rabaté, as well as some texts in psychoanalysis, literature studies, anthropology, sociology. After earning her doctorate Anne began working as an analyst, member of the Cercle Freudien (Paris) and Après-Coup association (New-York) more or less in a Lacanian direction, but also with a strong link to the "English" Freudian school : Bion, Winicott, Klein, etc. After the publication of her thesis, Anne continued her writing in the psychoanalytic field. She published such books as: La sauvagerie maternelle ("The Savage Mother") or La femme et le Sacrifice, ("Women and Sacrifice) and others. Two books were an exception : Blind date, sex and philosophy and Une question d'enfant.
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