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Text Annexes Notes Author. Full text. The Letters of their Agent Heinrich Probst betw A century of German presence in music publishing in France The German presence in French music publishing between and had a profound effect on the history of this business sector, contributing first to its growth and then to its decline. Die Entstehung des Musi Read Open Access. Freemium Recommend to your library for acquisition. ISBN: DOI: New edition [online].
Your e-mail has be sent. Size: small x px Medium x px Large x px. Catalogue Author s Publishers Selections Excerpts. Follow us E-mail : prouleau msh-paris. All details are here. Application Form. The scholarship includes language courses, arts courses and excursions during the summer of It is designated to students who have a strong interest in the domain of art and French language. The deadline for application is March 1st, The 39th edition of the Hong Kong French Film Festival will take place from November 26 to December 1 2 this year, with a host of recent films to watch.
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Dominique Wolton has published numerous works focusing on the relationship between culture, communication, society and politics. He is now researching the political and cultural impact of globalisation in the area of information and communication. Envoyez vos textes avant le 1er novembre.
Affiche du concours. Please contact : Eva Chiu at or email to eva alliancefrancaise. Denis C. Born in Lyon to a French mother and a Japanese diplomat, Kikou Yamata has authored a substantial number of texts in diverse genres, some written in Japanese, the majority in French. This talk undertakes to read Yamata's literary legacy from three standpoints: her role as a cultural mediator; her position as a woman writer and her subsequent reappraisal of the reified Oriental femininity and, finally, her coming to terms with her French-Japanese identity.
These three standpoints are, in fact, closely intertwined, for they all converge towards various types of othernesses: woman as sexual other, Japan as topographical other and hybridity as racial other. We shall therefore attempt to ascertain the extent to which Yamata's writings may convey an innovative perspective on the long-standing East-West politics of othering and its inferred motifs at work in literary fiction and elsewhere.
Also, we shall investigate the theme of floating self in Yamata's writings, with a view to assessing its potential to break free from the dialectics of hegemony and alienation subsumed in the traditional East-West representation. Consult the programme of this year's edition of Hong Kong's cultural festival. Le French May. This talk is a personal attempt at characterizing the salient features of the French language as it developed from the Renaissance to the present day.
It investigates the different forces at play, from the practice of writers and poets to that of vernacular speakers, from the desire for freedom expressed by many to the enforcement of linguistic rules and regulations decided by a central authority.
Finally, it will consider the differences in mental attitudes hidden in the architecture of French sentences compared with sentences produced by the English language. The talk will be given in English. The many illustrations will of course be delivered in the original French. In this presentation Mr. Ramage will examine the following questions: Why Europe? What is the definition of Europe? What is the European definition based on? Ethnic background? Political or Social values? Why countries having waged wars for centuries decided to work together for peace and prosperity?
Why did this cooperation work? What does it mean to be European today?
Jean de Meun
More details here. A brand new Scholarship is launched this year to promote studies in France in the area of business, marketing, finance etc.
This scholarship is designed for students from 7 countries, including Hong Kong, aspiring to pursue a Master degree in France. English language study programmes especially tailored for international students will be highlighted throughout the Fair. Arrange an interview in advance.
The Consulate General of France in Hong Kong and Macau is now recruiting a post of Liaison assistant for the period January-June to assist in the following areas and responsibilities:. Requirements: - University Degree holder, preferably in Art Management, Cultural-related field, General Management, Marketing and Communications, or language-related disciplines - Native Chinese speaker and strong language skills in English Knowledge of French is a plus - Strong knowledge of Microsoft software applications Word, Excel, ppt.
For the Saturday schedule please go here. Her fields of study include feminist theory; queer theory; gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender studies; modern French and francophone literature; literary theory; and ethics. She is the author of four books: Are the Lips a Grave? Her research focuses mainly on 19th and 20 th century literature with a particular interest in the development of the novel and in autobiography. Her main teaching and research interests are in 19th- and 20th-century French and comparative literature; gender studies; cultural history and historiography.
Elisabeth Lebovici is an art historian, journalist and art critic. She is the author of several monographs of contemporary artists and other works including General Idea: Trouble dans le genre