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Répétition des Sorbonne Scholars

Répétition des Sorbonne Scholars

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Répétition des Sorbonne Scholars en prévision de leur participation à la reconstitution.
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Future Learning Places. Physical, digital or both? Labster, Kiron & UPMC Sorbonne Universities

Future Learning Places. Physical, digital or both? Labster, Kiron & UPMC Sorbonne Universities

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Learning Places of the Future - Part III How will we learn? Combining digital and physical learning In this documentation we take a look at new campus projects, virtual learning environments and how to combine digital and on-site learning. From France's leading science campus UPMC into the virtual labs of Danish start-up Labster. To blended learning for refugees with Kiron University. including: * Labster - award winning start-up on virtual laboratory simulations * Kiron - online university for refugees * UPMC Sorbonne Universities - France's leading science university Authors: Corinna von Bodisco, René Dettmann produced by http://www.elig.org in collaboration with CapDigital http://edfab.fr/
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Le Corbusier Scholar Hernán Marchant

Le Corbusier Scholar Hernán Marchant

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College of Design Associate Dean of Undergraduate and Interdisciplinary Studies Hernán Marchant talks about his research as a Le Corbusier scholar wrapping up his dissertation at La Sorbonne in Paris, France.
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Kosovo, une question de civilisation, Sorbonne 2007

Kosovo, une question de civilisation, Sorbonne 2007

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Un film de Claude Herdhuin, NTSC, ICTV Soirée de présentation du livre de Komnen Becirovic, "Le Kossovo de l'absolu" dans l'amphithéâtre Guizot à la Sorbonne, le 28 mars 2007. Intervenants, outre l'auteur lui-même, Jean-Paul Bled, historien, professeur à la Sorbonne, présidant la soirée; Jean-Paul Besse, historien, professeur au lycée de Chantilly; Patrick Barriot, docteur en médecine, auteur de plusieurs ouvrages sur le drame yougoslave. Lecture par Jean-Paul Bled du message du général Pierre-Marie Gallois. Lecture des extraits de l'Epopée du Kosovo par Zorica Terzic. Remise du volume "Les Fondations du Kosovo" par Komnen Becirovic à Jean-Paul Bled pour la Bibliothèque de la Sorbonne.
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Jack McLean - Baha'i Scholar, Writer and Poet (3)

Jack McLean - Baha'i Scholar, Writer and Poet (3)

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Jack McLean is a long-time Baha'i scholar, poet, creative writer and columnist in Ottawa, Canada. John Allan/Jack McLean was born in Toronto, Canada on June 7, 1945. He became a Bahá'í in 1962 when he was 16 years old. He holds undergraduate degrees in French literature from the Sorbonne (1968) and French and Religious Studies from Trinity College, the University of Toronto (1970). He graduated with distinction with an M.A. in the History of Religions from the University of Ottawa (1972) studying under Samaritan religion scholar, professor emeritus Reinhard Pummer (Ph.D Theology, Vienna). Jack also studied Introductory Persian at the Institute of Islamic Studies at the University of Toronto. Among Jack's teachers were the well-known Islamic scholar, Aziz Ahmad (Islamic History) and the famous literary critic Northrop Frye (Biblical Symbolism). A list of Jack McLean's works are posted at https://sites.google.com/site/mcleantitles/
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Scholarship Facts & Tips : Getting Free Scholarships in France

Scholarship Facts & Tips : Getting Free Scholarships in France

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Getting free scholarships for studying abroad in France requires applying for a study abroad scholarship to fund or partially fund the trip to France. Search the Internet for more French scholarships with insight from a financial aid officer in this free video on scholarships and financial aid. Expert: Brooke Kramer Contact: www.argosy.edu Bio: Brooke Kramer is the financial aid officer at Argosy University in Salt Lake City, Utah. Filmmaker: Michael Burton
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Dominant Caste and Territory in South India

Dominant Caste and Territory in South India

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Dalel Benbabaali recently completed a Ph.D. in social geography focused on dominant caste and territory in South India from University of Paris Ouest-Nanterre. She has taught at the Sorbonne and is currently in a postdoctoral position at the Department of Anthropology of the London School of Economics and Political Science as part of the international research program, "Inequality and Poverty in India: Dalits and Adivasis." Benbabaali is working on a book on the Kamma caste based on her doctoral thesis.
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Math Day at Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi - Part 2

Math Day at Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi - Part 2

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The primary objective of the U.A.E. Math Day was to bring together mathematicians from UAE and surrounding areas to a forum in which they can exchange research ideas in different branches of mathematics and communicate recent developments in mathematical research and education.
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The Nature of Reality - Theory of Relativity, Quantum Science and Buddhist Thought 1/2

The Nature of Reality - Theory of Relativity, Quantum Science and Buddhist Thought 1/2

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Part 2/2 here: http://youtu.be/RSJ08E2ntQo Program of this Afternoon: Brief introduction 0:46 (part 1/2) Presentation 1: Arthur Zajonc on the Theory of Relativity (Galileos primary and secondary qualities and a thought-experiment about relativity). 40:00 (part 1/2) Presentation 2: Michel Bitbol "Quantum Mechanics: A theory with no view of the world?" (What is science? What is a physical theory? ...from Aristoteles to Niels Bohr. How to interprete a theory? What is quantum theory?) Beginning part 2/2: The Dalai Lama made comments to the last Presentation ("Let's shake hands!") 12:34 (part 2/2): Geshe Thupten Jinpa (with additions from the Dalai Lama): Parallels in the Buddhist Thought to the two Presentations (Theories of the atom) 50:02(part 2/2): The Dalai Lama answers Questions and made some Comments to the Issues of this Afternoon (Role of the brain, consciousness and energy, philosophical implications: "my secret", ethical dimension and "quantum science -gurus". "Mind and Life" XXVI "Mind, Brain and Matter" (Day 2 afternoon), Drepung Monastery, Mundgod, India (January 18, 2013) PARTICIPANTS Tenzin Gyatso His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama Arthur Zajonc, PhD Arthur Zajonc was professor of physics at Amherst College from 1978 to 2012, when he became President of the Mind & Life Institute. He received his B.S. and Ph.D. in physics from the University of Michigan. He has been visiting professor and research scientist at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, and the universities of Rochester, and Hannover. He has been Fulbright professor at the University of Innsbruck in Austria. Michel Bitbol, PhD Michel Bitbol is presently Directeur de recherché at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, in Paris, France. He is based at the Centre de Recherche en Epistemologie Appliquee (CREA) in Paris He teaches the Philosophy of Modern Physics to graduate students at the University Paris I (Pantheon-Sorbonne). He was educated at several universities in Paris, where he received successively his M.D. in 1980, his Ph.D. in physics and biophysics in 1985, and his "Habilitation" in philosophy in 1997. Geshe Thupten Jinpa Geshe Thupten Jinpa is the principal English translator to the Dalai Lama since 1985. He has translated and edited more than ten books by the Dalai Lama including The World of Tibetan Buddhism (Wisdom Publications, 1993), A Good Heart: A Buddhist Perspective on the Teachings of Jesus (Wisdom Publications, 1996), and the New York Times bestseller Ethics for the New Millennium (Riverhead, 1999). Geshe Thupten Jinpa was born in Tibet in 1958. He received his early education and training as a monk at Zongkar Chöde Monastery in South India and later joined the Shartse College of Ganden monastic university, South India, where he received the Geshe Lharam degree. He taught Buddhist epistemology, metaphysics, Middle Way philosophy and Buddhist psychology at Ganden for five years. Jinpa also holds B.A. Honors degree in Western Philosophy and a Ph.D. degree in Religious Studies, both from Cambridge University, UK. Over the last several years, largely through the work of the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative, Science for Monks, and Science Meets Dharma, science instruction has been given to a small group of monastic scholars. Very recently, the decision was made to require science education for Geshe degrees at Tibetan monastic universities, and to facilitate all monastic students being introduced to modern science and the profound philosophical and ethical issues raised by science and technology. In recognition of this fact, this conference is taking place at one of the historically important Tibetan academic institutions, Drepung Monastery in Mundgod, India (Mind & Life Institute, 2013). In this video, i had cut out some passages with long traductions to the tibetan language (only in part 1/2). See also "The Dalai Lama and Quantum Physics (2007)" here: http://youtu.be/ALGKIcfXxcM and the Playlist "The Dalai Lama and Quantum Physics (Dialogues with Scientists 2007 & 2013)" here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2hFkpAxioqiIRC9N4IaB8keOkpIsCJmM
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Marco Pasi, Ph.D. - The Transitional Scholar

Marco Pasi, Ph.D. - The Transitional Scholar

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Associate Professor in the History of Hermetic philosophy, University of Amsterdam (UvA) Dr Pasi is the general editor of the Aries Book Series (Brill), previous board member of the European Society for the Study of Western Esotericism (ESSWE) and an expert in modern esotericism and art. Marco Pasi is Associate Professor (UD1) in History of Hermetic philosophy and related currents. He holds a Laurea degree in Philosophy from the University of Milan, and a DEA and a PhD in Religious studies from the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (Sorbonne, Paris). He has focused his research mainly on the relationship between modern esotericism and politics, modern esotericism and art, the history of the idea of magic, and on methodological issues related to the study of western esotericism. He is the editor in chief of the Aries Book Series (Brill), founding member of the European Society for the Study of Western Esotericism (ESSWE), co-chair of the Western Esotericism Group at the American Academy of Religion (AAR). Since 2014 he is the General Secretary of the European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR).
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Prof. Pierre Chandon, Director INSEAD Sorbonne, Behavioral Lab

Prof. Pierre Chandon, Director INSEAD Sorbonne, Behavioral Lab

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What role can the chocolate industry play in terms of dealing with the challenges of obesity? Prof. Chandon also explains why we tend to eat beyond pleasure. But: Pleasure comes with eating smaller portions.
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Ibn' Arabi - 'Alone with the Alone': Henry Corbin

Ibn' Arabi - 'Alone with the Alone': Henry Corbin

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One of the 20th century’s most prolific scholars of Islamic mysticism, Henry Corbin (1903-1978) was Professor of Islam & Islamic Philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris and at the University of Tehran. (Iran) Corbin’s central project was to provide a framework for understanding the unity of the religions of the Book: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. His great work: “Alone with the Alone: Creative Imagination in the Sufism of Ibn ‘Arabi “is a classic initiatory text of visionary spirituality that transcends the tragic divisions among the three great monotheisms. Corbin’s life was devoted to the struggle to free the religious imagination from fundamentalisms of every kind. Mystic, philosopher, poet, sage, Muhyiddin Ibn 'Arabi is one of the world's great spiritual teachers. Ibn 'Arabi was born in Murcia, Spain in 1165 and his writings had an immense impact throughout the Islamic world and beyond. The universal ideas underlying his thought are of immediate relevance today. Music: Armand Amar
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TEDxDartmouth - John Rassias - Teaching Heart to Heart

TEDxDartmouth - John Rassias - Teaching Heart to Heart

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Prof. John Rassias, Professor of Languages at Dartmouth College, presents at TEDxDartmouth on April 17, 2010. http://www.dartmouth.edu/~tedx/johnrassias/ John Rassias is a revolutionary thinker in the field of education, who has devoted his life to improving the methodology of foreign language teaching; he is the inventor of the renown Rassias method and an extraordinarily engaging speaker. A native of Manchester, NH, Prof. Rassias graduated summa cum laude from the University of Bridgeport, and, as a Fulbright scholar, studied at the Université de Dijon in France, where he received his doctorate. He also did research at the Sorbonne, studied French drama, and acted in Paris. In 1964, he began a long relationship with the Peace Corps language programs, serving as Director of Language Programs at Dartmouth College, consultant and trouble-shooter for Peace Corps programs throughout the world, and Director of the first pilot program of languages for the Peace Corps in Africa. He joined the Dartmouth faculty in 1965, and adapted the Rassias Method to a new academic community in 1967. Since his approach has been utilized by all language departments (including Chinese, French, German, Modern Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish), the number of foreign language majors has steadily increased. This statistic stands out as a startling reversal of the national trend in recent years of declining enrollments in foreign language courses. Teachers in other colleges introducing the Rassias Method report similar renewals of interest. Prof. Rassias is the author of numerous articles; the publisher of The Rams Horn (a journal for teachers of language and culture) and The Rassias Connection (a newsletter of the Rassias Foundation), as well as the author of three text books in French and Greek. He is completing The Unzipped Mind, a book covering different modes of communication, a philosophy of teaching, and comparisons with historical and mythological exemplars. Prof. Rassias lectures throughout the world to various companies and organizations. Topic titles range from Communication in a Perilous World, One Nation Divided by One Language, Love in Eighteenth Century France, to Greek Mythology: Our Past, Present, and Future. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Thich Nhat Hanh- Mindful Movements

Thich Nhat Hanh- Mindful Movements

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Thich Nhat Hanh speaks about the basis of his video teaching, Mindful Movements in an excerpt from the DVD. Watch the full teaching: http://bit.ly/2jHKpUT Get two free gifts from Sounds True: http://bit.ly/2hNCPur About Thich Nhat Hanh Thich Nhat Hanh is a Zen master in the Vietnamese tradition, scholar, poet, and peace activist. He is the founder of the Van Hanh Buddhist University in Saigon and has taught at Columbia University and the Sorbonne. Thich Nhat Hanh is the author of the national bestseller Living Buddha, Living Christ and over 60 other books. He was nominated for the 1967 Nobel Peace Prize by Martin Luther King, Jr. About Mindful Movements When you calm your body and your emotions, teaches Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh, you restore yourself, and you restore peace to the world around you. On mindful movements, this renowned teacher of mindfulness meditation guides you through a series of gentle exercises created specifically to cultivate a joyful awareness of the body and breath. Mindful Movements, released April 29th, 2005 Watch the full teaching on DVD or video download: SoundsTrue.com http://bit.ly/2jHKpUT Amazon http://amzn.to/2j6F7Se Barnes&Noble http://bit.ly/2jluifW
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From Ancient Philosophy to Christian Wisdom

From Ancient Philosophy to Christian Wisdom

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A symposium with Rémi Brague Fr. Brian Daley, S.J. at the University of Chicago on October 15, 2015. 3:48 Brian Daley, SJ 47:49 Rémi Brague Brian Daley, S.J. is the Catherine F. Huisking Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. In 2012 he was awarded the Ratzinger Prize in Theology, which has been nicknamed the “Nobel Prize in Theology.” Father Daley is an internationally renowned scholar of the the Fathers of the Church. His most recent books are The Hope of the Early Church and On The Dormition of Mary: Early Patristic Homilies. Rémi Brague is Professor Emeritus of Arabic and Religious Philosophy at the Sorbonne and Romano Guardini Chair Emeritus of Philosophy at the Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich. In 2012, he was awarded the Ratzinger Prize for Theology. He is author of numerous books on classical and medieval culture, religion, literature, and law, including Eccentric Culture: A Theory of Western Civilization and Law of God: The Philosophical History of an Idea. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=LumenChristiInt Visit us at http://www.lumenchristi.org
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The Many Pasts of Britain: Antiquarian Studies in the 17th Century

The Many Pasts of Britain: Antiquarian Studies in the 17th Century

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02-04-2015 Institute of Historical Research Paris-Sorbonne University http://www.sas.ac.uk/ http://www.history.ac.uk/podcasts/franco-british-history-external Institute: http://www.history.ac.uk The Many Pasts of Britain: Antiquarian Studies in the 17th Century Graham Parry (University of York) Graham Perry, Emeritus Professor of Renaissance Studies at the University of York, will talk on 'The Many Pasts of Britain: the Rise of Antiquarian Studies in the 17th Century'. As new models of scholarship entered England in the middle of Elizabeth's reign, scholars began to take a more critical approach to the origins of Britain. Who were the ancestors of the English? Where did they come from? What language did they speak? What was their way of life, their religious beliefs? The traditional views of the British past became discredited, as more systematic methods of enquiry were introduced. After William Camden's seminal book 'Britannia' was published in 1586, a new type of scholar began to emerge: the antiquary. The achievements of men such as John Selden, James Ussher, William Dugdale and John Aubrey will be briefly assessed, and their (often surprising) discoveries will be presented, for the enjoyment of a modern audience. Graham Parry is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London. Franco-British History seminar series
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Interview avec Julien Verceuil

Interview avec Julien Verceuil

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Interview avec Julien Vercueil, maître de conférence en Sciences Economiques à l'INALCO
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[ENG SUBS] Dr. Ali Shariati on the Importance of Leadership

[ENG SUBS] Dr. Ali Shariati on the Importance of Leadership

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Doctor Ali Shariati was born in 1933 in Kahak (a village in Mazinan), a suburb of Sabzevar, found in northeastern Iran.[4] His father, Mohammad-Taqi, was a teacher and Islamic scholar, who opened in 1947 the 'Centre for the Propagation of Islamic Truths' in Mashhad, in the province of Khorasan,[5] a social Islamic forum which became embroiled in the oil nationalisation movement of the 1950s.[6] In his years at the Teacher's Training College in Mashhad, Shariati came into contact with young people who were from the less privileged economic classes of the society, and for the first time saw the poverty and hardship that existed in Iran during that period. At the same time he was exposed to many aspects of Western philosophical and political thought. He attempted to explain and provide solutions for the problems faced by Muslim societies through traditional Islamic principles interwoven with and understood from the point of view of modern sociology and philosophy. His articles from this period for the Mashhad daily newspaper, Khorasan, display his developing eclecticism and acquaintance with the ideas of modern Islamic and extra-Islamic thinkers such as Jamal al-Din al-Afghani, Muhammad Iqbal, Sigmund Freud and Alexis Carrel.[7] In 1952 he became a high-school teacher and founded the Islamic Students' Association, which led to his arrest after a demonstration. In 1953, the year of Mossadeq's overthrow, he became a member of the National Front. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Mashhad in 1955. In 1957 he was arrested again by the police, along with 16 other members of the National Resistance Movement. Ali Shariati then managed to obtain a scholarship for France, where he continued his graduate studies at the Sorbonne University. There he was considered a brilliant student and elected best student in letters in 1958. He worked towards earning his doctorate in sociology, leaving Paris after get PHD certificate at sociology in 1964. During this period in Paris, Shariati started collaborating with the Algerian National Liberation Front (FLN) in 1959. The next year, he began to read Frantz Fanon and translated an anthology of his work into Persian.[8] Shariati would introduce Fanon's thought into Iranian revolutionary émigrée circles. He was arrested in Paris during a demonstration in honour of Patrice Lumumba, on January 17, 1961. The same year he joined Ebrahim Yazdi, Mostafa Chamran and Sadegh Qotbzadeh in founding the Freedom Movement of Iran abroad. In 1962 he continued studying sociology and history of religions, and followed the courses of Islamic scholar Louis Massignon, Jacques Berque and the sociologist Georges Gurvitch. He also came to know the philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre that same year, and published in Iran Jalal Al-e Ahmad's book Gharbzadegi (or Occidentosis) . He then returned to Iran in 1964 where he was arrested and imprisoned for engaging in subversive political activities while in France. He was released after a few weeks, at which point he began teaching at the University of Mashhad. Shariati then went to Tehran where he began lecturing at the Hosseiniye Ershad Institute. These lectures proved to be hugely popular among his students and were spread by word of mouth throughout all economic sectors of the society, including the middle and upper classes where interest in Shariati's teachings began to grow immensely. Shariati's continued success again aroused the interest of the government, which arrested him, as well as many of his students. Widespread pressure from the populace and an international outcry eventually led to his release after eighteen months in solitary confinement, and he was released on March 20, 1975. Shariati was allowed to leave the country for England. He died three weeks later in a Southampton hospital under 'mysterious circumstances' although in Ali Rahnema's biography of Shariati, he is said to have died of a fatal heart attack. Shariati is buried next to his beloved Zaynab in Damascus, Syria where Iranian pilgrims frequently visit.
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In Memory of Professor Mohammed Arkoun

In Memory of Professor Mohammed Arkoun

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This week marks the anniversary of the passing of Mohammed Arkoun (1928-2010) who was a professor of the history of Islamic thought at the Sorbonne in Paris. This is a tribute to this unique thinker and scholar.
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Deisy Ventura em TEDxRuaMonteAlegre

Deisy Ventura em TEDxRuaMonteAlegre

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Professora de Direito Internacional e Livre-Docente do Instituto de Relações Internacionais da Universidade de São Paulo (IRI-USP). É Doutora em Direito Internacional e Mestre em Direito Comunitário e Europeu da Universidade de Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne. Graduada em Direito e Mestre em Integração Latino-americana da Universidade Federal de Santa Maria. Exerceu a Cátedra Simon Bolívar do Instituto de Altos Estudos da América Latina da Universidade de Paris 3 (Sorbonne-Nouvelle, 2007), foi professora convidada de Sciences-Po Paris (Ciclo Iberoamericano de Poitiers, 2007) e convidada do Instituto de Altos Estudos Internacionais e do Desenvolvimento (IHEID) de Genebra no Programa Global South Scholar in Residence (2010-2011). É membro do NAP-DISA (Núcleo de Pesquisa em Direito Sanitário) e professora do Doutorado em Saúde Global e Sustentabilidade da Faculdade de Saúde Pública da USP. Foi Consultora Jurídica da Secretaria do Mercosul (Montevidéu, 2003-2006). Foi professora adjunta e Pró-Reitora de Assuntos Estudantis da Universidade Federal de Santa Maria. Publicou 15 livros nas áreas internacional (em particular Mercosul e União Européia) e de educação jurídica. Coordena o Grupo de Estudos sobre Internacionalização do Direito e Justiça de Transição (IDEJUST, convênio USP/Ministério da Justiça) e o projeto de extensão universitária Cosmópolis (parceria com a Prefeitura Municipal de São Paulo). Seus temas atuais de pesquisa são a permeabilidade entre Direito Internacional e interno, particularmente no campo da saúde global e da mobilidade humana; a Governança Regional (especialmente UNASUL) e a Educação (com ênfase no emprego da arte na formação do internacionalista). Professor of International Law and a postdoctoral Livre-Docente at the International Relations Institute of the University of São Paulo (IRI-USP). She has a Ph.D in International Law and a Masters in Community and European Law from the University of Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, as well as a Graduate Degree in Law and a Masters in Latin American Integration from the Federal University of Santa Maria. She has held the Simon Bolívar Chair at the Institute of Advanced Studies on Latin America of the University of Paris 3 (Sorbonne-Nouvelle, 2007), and was a visiting professor at Sciences-Po Paris (Ibero-American Cycle of Poitiers, 2007) and a visiting lecturer at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID), in Geneva, as part of the Global South Scholar in Residence Program (2010-2011). She is a member of NAP-DISA (Center of Research on Health Law) and a professor of the doctoral program on Global Health and Sustainability at the Public Health Faculty of the University of São Paulo (USP). Ventura has served as Legal Advisor to the Mercosur Secretariat (Montevideo, 2003-2006) and as Associate Professor and Dean of Student Affairs at the Federal University of Santa Maria. She has published 15 books on international topics (in particular Mercosur and European Union) and legal education. She coordinates the Study Group on Internationalization of Law and Transition Justice (IDEJUST, partnership between USP and the Ministry of Justice) and the university extension project Cosmópolis (partnership with the Municipal Government of São Paulo). Her current research topics include the permeability between international and national law, particularly in the field of global health and human mobility, as well as regional governance (particularly UNASUL) and education (with an emphasis on art in international relations training).
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William James and Josiah Royce - The Influence of James and Royce on European Thought Then and Now

William James and Josiah Royce - The Influence of James and Royce on European Thought Then and Now

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Delivered on May 27, 2007. Mathias Girel is a Research Scholar at EXECO (Expérience et connaissance, Paris 1 Sorbonne), where he is completing his doctoral work on pragmatism. Girel has published a number of articles on James, Peirce, and Pragmatism. He has also translated and written the introduction to the French edition (2005) of William James's Essays on Radical Empiricism.
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PSUAD - Campus Tour

PSUAD - Campus Tour

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#16 Thich Nhat Hanh - Trusting The Buddha Within

#16 Thich Nhat Hanh - Trusting The Buddha Within

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Thich Nhat Hanh is a Zen master in the Vietnamese tradition and a scholar, poet, and peace activist. He is the founder of the Van Hanh Buddhist University in Saigon and has taught at Columbia University and the Sorbonne. Thich Nhat Hanh is the author of the national bestseller Living Buddha, Living Christ and over 60 other books. He was nominated for the 1967 Nobel Peace Prize by Martin Luther King, Jr. This special feature of the Meditation Summit is an excerpt from an archival recording with Thich Nhat Hanh from Body and Mind Are One: A Training in Mindfulness. Here, he discusses how to trust in the living presence of the Buddha as a guide for our daily practice. This session explores: • How to recognize an awakened being through the quality of their actions • Letting the Buddha do the work for us when things get overwhelming • “Inviting the Buddha Within,” a guided meditation for resting in the present moment
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Farah Shammout | How she won the Rhodes Scholarship Oxford | ‏لقاء مع فرح شموط

Farah Shammout | How she won the Rhodes Scholarship Oxford | ‏لقاء مع فرح شموط

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‏لقاء مع الطالبة الأردنية فرح شموط الحاصلة على منحة من أكسفورد ‏Farah Shamout, a senior at New York University Abu Dhabi majoring in Computer Engineering, has been selected as a 2016 Rhodes Scholar to study at the University of Oxford in England. Shamout’s studies at NYUAD have been focused on the intersection of computer engineering and science and she plans to continue her biomedical engineering research at Oxford. Farah explains all of this and more about her personal life and her thoughts about women in computing in this interview. Interviewer: Ihssen Charfi Video edited by: Soumow Atitallah Subscribe to be informed when new interviews are published! ArabWIC: Arab Women in Computing The goal of The Arab Women In Computing (ArabWIC) is to support, inspire, retain, encourage collaboration among, increase visibility of and help elevate the status of Arab women in computing, and allow them to achieve their career goals. Also, to create linkage with international women-in-CS organizations. ArabWIC was founded during 2012 New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) regional collaborative Workshop on Women in Computing in the Arab World with NYU Abu Dhabi. Conference Participants unanimously agreed to create an international organization for Arab women in computing. We thank the NYUAD Institute for their generosity and support of ArabWIC!
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