Tags » Sorbonne

Confrontation: Paris, 1968

A documentary by Seymour Drescher, Professor in the Department of History at the University of Pittsburgh, former student of George Mosse, and author of Abolition: A History of Slavery and Antislavery. 13 more words

Sergio Vieira de Mello: Philosopher Diplomat

In Chasing the Flame (Penguin, 2008) Samantha Power, who is now U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, gives us the enthralling, inspiring, and maddening story of Sergio Vieira de Mello. 321 more words

Notable Individuals

I'm Not Dead! (+A RAP VIDEO THAT'S RIGHT)

Good grief, how long’s it been? One, two, three, four, five… six months? I couldn’t blame you if you jumped ship on this blog after that long–in this fast-paced age, I probably would’ve moved on to greener pastures of soft-focus nature photography and motivational fitness posts myself. 281 more words

Poems

Call For Papers: 13th E-Marketing Research Conference (Sorbonne) in September 2014

Would you like to come to the Sorbonne? Are you teaching and/or research topics related to web-marketing, digital marketing, internet consumption, consumer behavior, or other related topics? 687 more words

Web

Today in the Luxembourg Gardens

And later, at the Place de la Sorbonne: it’s Spring!

Travel

Culture & Studies

If I haven’t written in a while, it’s because I’m been completely busy. Well, that’s not true, but I’ve certainly been finding ways to occupy my time. 990 more words

Nouvelles

Paris in the Fall

A lot of times when I travel I have very little time in any one location. I need to see as many things as possible in a very short amount of time. 346 more words

France