SHARE ONSeminar hosting Nathalie Peutz, PhD in Cultural Anthropology, Assistant Professor of Arab Crossroads Studies at New York University Abu Dhabi. The Seminar will be delivered in English.
SHARE ONTo mark the 400th anniversary of the death of Cervantes and in the frame of the UAE Year of Reading, Vital Rambaud welcomes Silvia Castillo, Head of the Applied Foreign Languages Department at Paris-Sorbonne University Abu
SHARE ONAs part of the UAE Reads initiative, Vital Rambaud invites you to attend his last majlis of the academic year 2015-2016. The discussion will be held in French. Free admission.
SHARE ONDear friends, The literary Majlis “Carte blanche to H.E. Zaki Nusseibeh” is postponed to the next academic year. Due to official duties, His Excellence Zaki Nusseibeh won’t be able to come as scheduled Sunday, May 15th at the
SHARE ONSpecial Majlis on The Little Prince: Mark Osborne’s movie is an opportunity to read the book of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry again and see how it does not come only under children’s literature. The Discussion will be in
SHARE ONThis last Majlis of the year will be dedicated to the Prix Goncourt 2015. Vital Rambaud will at this occasion discuss with the students of the jury of the Sorbonne, the choice of the Sorbonne and the East for 2015. The Discussion will
SHARE ONWith the participation of Patrick Dandrey, Professor of French literature of the seventeenth century at Paris-Sorbonne University. We often talk about the “French spirit”. What characterizes it? What makes the witticism or the
SHARE ONWith the participation of Didier Alexandre, Professor at Paris-Sorbonne University and Simone Verde, Head of research and editorial production at the Agence France-Muséums, Louvre Abu Dhabi. Discussion with a History of art Specialist and a
SHARE ONFor this conference, the two guest speakers will tackle the issue of the peace-making process and how to put an end to the Wars of Religion in the sixteenth-century Europe, especially in the German Holy Roman Empire and in the Kingdom of
SHARE ONA Lecture by Jean-Luc Crétier, French Alpine skier. Gold medal winner in the downhill at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. The Lecture will be delivered in French.