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THE LITTLE PRINCE

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

PRIX GONCOURT 2015

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

THE FRENCH SPIRIT

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

BOOKS OF ART AND FINE BOOKS

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

CLIMATE CHANGE INVESTMENT IN OUR FUTURE

SHARE ONA Lecture by Eng. Abdulla Saeed Al Shamsi, Executive Director, Strategic Affairs of the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC) which is recognized as having a pivotal role in the achievement of Abu Dhabi Vision 2030. The Lecture will be held

28ÈME CONGRÈS MATH EN JEANS / FROM AL-JABR TO ALGEBRA

SHARE ONIn the frame of the of the 28ème Congrès Math en Jeans, a Lecture by Benoît Rittaud, mathematician and essayist, Associate professor at Université Paris-13 Sorbonne-Paris-Cité. His research focuses on number theory, combinatorics and

WHAT IS REPUTATION? A SOCIOLOGICAL APPROACH OF AN AMBIVALENT ASSET

SHARE ONA Lecture by Dr. Pierre-Marie Chauvin, Assistant Professor in Sociology at the Université Paris-Sorbonne. Reputation issues concern individuals, institutions, territories, firms, products…Thanks to “online” Reputations,

‘UNIMAGINED COMMUNITY’: ETHNOGRAPHY OF THE ARAB YOUTH OF ABU DHABI

SHARE ONA Lecture by Dr. Laure Assaf, Temporary Lecturer in Anthropology at the EHESS (School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences). The young Emiratis and Arab expatriates who grew up in Abu Dhabi in the 1980s and 1990s have developed

THE OTTOMAN CALIPHATE AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE HISTORY OF THE CONTEMPORARY MIDDLE EAST

SHARE ONParis-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi presents a lecture by Dr. Anne-Laure Dupont, Associate Professor in Contemporary History at the University Paris-Sorbonne. The Lecture will be held in English.

TRADITIONAL AND MODERN CULTURES

SHARE ONA Lecture by Pr Dr Louis Dupont, Professor of Geography at Paris-Sorbonne University. Modern and traditional cultures: What is the difference ? Is traditional culture gone? How do we know? This conference is about culture as a process that