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La semaine du 27 mars/The week of March 27th

Columbia présente/Columbia presents...

Tous nos programmes sont ouverts au public et gratuits.
All of our programs are free and open to the public.

Reid Hall
4 rue de Chevreuse
75006  Paris

Lundi 27 mars, 19h

Faculty Focus Series with Matthew McKelway, Takeo and Itsuki Professor of Japanese Art History and Director of Art Humanities

Women on Stage and Swaggering Youths: The Birth of Kabuki in 17th-Century Japanese Folding Screens
(in English/en anglais)
Mardi 28 mars, 19h
Revisiting the Legacy of the Enlightenment/Revisiter l'héritage des Lumières
Separation of Church and State/La séparation de l’Église et de l’État
(in English and in French)


Michael Stanislawski, Columbia University, Nathan J. Miller Professor of Jewish History, Literature and Institutions
Jean-Luc Chappey, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Maître de conférences en histoire moderne; Vice-Président en charge des personnels, du dialogue social et de la précarité
Pierre Birnbaum, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Professeur émérite en sociologie politique

Series conceived and organized with/Série conçue et organisée avec Columbia MA in History and Literature

Jeudi 30 mars, 19h

'Rendered' into English
(in English/en anglais)

Abdulrazak Gurnah, novelist and professor in the English Department of the University of Kent, reflects on the implications of ‘rendering’ into English concepts and beliefs that derive from another culture and language, in particular from the perspective of writing fiction.

Part of the "Politics of Translation: Translating Cultures" series organized in partnership with the
University of Kent Paris School of Arts and Culture, the University of London Institute in Paris and the American University in Paris.
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