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Culture Nature New technologies Politics

ESU 2014

Université Européenne des mouvements sociaux, organisée par le réseau européen attac, cet été à Paris.

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Culture Politics

Etienne Dolet

La statue d’Etienne Dolet, imprimeur brûlé avec ses livres en 1546 à la place Maubert, montrée par Breton dans Nadja, n’a toujours pas été remplacée depuis sa disparition en 1942 sous l’Occupation.

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Culture Politics

Philosophical Dialogues

The UNESCO Philosophical programme includes numerous publications of their Inter-regional Dialogues.

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Culture

Happy 2014

Happy 2014 (year of the horse !)
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Culture Electronic arts New technologies

The Art of Gaming

If games are considered an artform, video games can be studied in art history classes.

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Culture Politics

Arts in Iran

Iran Modern is a retrospective of the dynamic art scene that existed in Iran prior to the 1979 Revolution, such as the Shiraz Arts Festival, and that might emerge again within the next 30 years.

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Culture

Jan Krugier

The art collection of Holocaust survivor Jan Krugier is now on sale at Christie’s.
Art immonde et dégénéré selon le cardinal allemand Joachim Meisner.

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Cinema Culture

La rencontre de St-Gervais

A filmed encounter between two monumental directors : Jean-Luc Godard and Marcel Ophüls.

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Culture New technologies Politics

Hiroshima mon amour

In 1959, Alain Resnais compared the Hiroshima bomb to failed relationships.
In 2010, Americans and Japanese have agreed to work together on the «Hiroshima Reconstruction Project», supervised by Eric Hanson (xRez Studio), to create a virtual model of what Hiroshima was like before 1945.

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Culture Politics

Soi-même comme un autre

In «Soleil de la Conscience», Edouard Glissant, when visiting Paris from La Martinique, contrasts the gaze of «the Son» (le Fils) and the vision of «the Stranger» (l’Étranger).