Center for French and Francophone Studies at LSU

Upcoming events

Monday, February 26 at 4:30pm (Honors College 135). Event in French.

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Monday, March 5th at 4:30pm (Honors College 135). Event in English.

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 March 7 and 8 from 2:30pm to 4:30pm Mini-seminars in English.

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Louisiane/Antilles

 THE FIRST PART OF THE EXCHANGE BETWEEN LSU AND UA TOOK PLACE IN NOVEMBRE 2017.

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 LSU IS AWARDED A $235,000 GRANT FROM THE FRENCH GOVERNEMENT THROUGH THE CFFS 

LSU OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ANNOUNCEMENT

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Archives (2017)

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2017 

Cristina Álvarez: 

Lecture: "Ni iranienne ni française : l'universel, selon Chahdortt Djavann"

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Pulsions d'écriture:

Participants from l'atelier du libre-écrire directed by Fabienne Kanor perform their final texts. 

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Ollivier Dyens: 

Lecture: "A New Future for Higher Education: Nursing and Farming an Ecosystem of Intelligent Machines"

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

 

 

Announcements

Thomas Jefferson Fund

Addressing 21st–Century Challenges through Transatlantic Research

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Professor Leupin  has received the French Voices Awards for the cultural services of the French Embassy for the translation and publication of  Édouard Glissant, philosophe: Héraclite, Hegel et le Tout-Monde .

The French Voices Awards recognize both the original work and the quality of the translation. The amount of the award ($6000) is shared between the publisher and the translator ($4,000 and $2,000 respectively)

 

 

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THE CFFS RECEIVES $9,000 GRANT FROM THE FRENCH EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE GLISSANT TRANSLATION PROJECT

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BOOKS AND VIDEOS

 

QUAND LE MAÎTRE ET L'ESCLAVE SE RATURENT  (VIDEO)

Alexandre Leupin analyzes the relationship between the master and the slave through the writings of several philosophers, such as Edouard Glissant and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, while exploring concepts such as the Relation, the Whole-World, Identity and Creation.


 

BONNES FEUILLES: EDOUARD GLISSANT, PHILOSOPHE. HÉRACLITE ET HEGEL DANS LE TOUT-MONDE

 

BOOK REVIEW: ÉDOUARD GLISSANT, PHILOSOPHE: HÉRACLITE ET HEGEL DANS LE TOUT-MONDE

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