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  • SORBONNE CONFERENCE – ARCHAEOLOGICAL SERIES
    ENDANGERED HERITAGE IN SYRIA, THE ROLE OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES
    There is at the gates of the Orient a land whose the only name is enough to ignite the memory of men, Syria at the crossroads of trade routes, religions and cultural influences, cradle of humanity, its multimillennial heritage is extremely rich and
    30-Jan-2018 | From 6:30pm to 8:00pm | Amphitheater Robert de Sorbon
    Open to the Public
  • Sorbonne Conference
    Tamakkan – Youth: A Bold New World
    A Forum celebrating the Year of Zayed On this occasion, the forum will welcome Artist Zain Awad and unveil an art exhibition celebrating the message of the Late Sheikh Zayed to the youth. Join the discussion on The Role of Entrepreneurship,
    23-Jan-2018 | From 9:30am to 12:30pm | Atrium
    Open to the Public
  • Ciné-club
    Jules and Jim
    François Truffaut (1932-1984) was a leading figure of the 20th Century French cinema. He becomes acclaimed internationally in 1959 with the release of les 400 coups (the 400 Blows), movie inspired by his childhood. This movie, along with Jean-Luc
    22-Jan-2018 | From 6:30pm to 8:30pm | Auditorium
    Open to the Public
  • Talks
    SORBONNE TALKING SERIES
    The Emirati Women Journey: A Dialogue Between Generations. This talk is the occasion to give the floor to five Emirati women working in different sectors of activity: arts, heritage and culture,sports; entrepreneurship, higher education and
    06-Dec-2017 | From 6:30pm to 8:00pm | Amphitheater Robert de Sorbon
    Open to the Public
  • Conference
    SORBONNE CONFERENCE
    Perspectives in Earthen Architecture Conservation - A Panel Discussion In many regions of the world, including in the Arabian Gulf, earth has been used as a construction material for millennia. In the World Heritage Site of Al Ain, for example,
    05-Dec-2017 | From 6:30pm to 8:00pm | Amphitheater Robert de Sorbon
    Open to the Public
  • Ciné-club
    THE RED CIRCLE (1970) By Jean-Pierre Melville (1970) With Alain Delon, André Bourvil & Yves Montand
    Synopsis A crook from Marseille (Alain Delon), a prisoner on the run and an alcoholic former sniper (Yves Montand) are planning the hold-up of the century. Know more about Jean-Pierre Melville When he joined the Resistance, Jean-Pierre Grumbach
    27-Nov-2017 | From 6:30pm to 8:45pm | Auditorium
    Open to the Public
  • #TeamTotal2018
    TOTAL HELPS YOU REALISE YOUR STUDENT DREAMS Participate in the 2018 Team Total Grants program and get a chance to receive a share of the 80,000 Euros fund available. Open to all student teams, there are four different grant categories
    17-Nov-2017 | | Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi
    Only for Students
  • Talks
    SORBONNE TALKING SERIES
    Creating a museum in the 21st Century: from idea to conception Join us for this unique in-depth conversation on the Louvre museum. From the Louvre in Paris, to the Louvre Lens and the Louvre Abu Dhabi, discover the process and impact of
    15-Nov-2017 | From 6:30pm to 8:00pm | Amphitheater Robert de Sorbon
    Open to the Public
  • Performing Arts
    Sorbonne Performing Arts Exhibition opening and Concert
    Composer and musician Marcel Khalife celebrates a symbol of peace, the olive tree in Palestine. Debwania's photograhies will make you discover the strengh and depth of this symbol while Marcel Khalife's enchanting rhythms will take you through a
    27-Oct-2017 | From 6:00pm to 10:00pm | Auditorium & Atrium
    Open to the Public
  • Ciné-club
    Sorbonne Ciné-Club
    Screening of L'Homme de Rio (That Man from Rio; 1964), by Philippe de Broca Synopsis The soldier Adrien Dufourquet has been looking forward to his military leave to meet again his fiancée Agnès in the Parisian capital. While seating in the
    23-Oct-2017 | From 6:30pm to 8:30pm | Auditorium
    Open to the Public