Columbia Global Centers | Paris

Columbia Masters in History and Literature

 

enlightenment

 

 

Tuesday 28 March, 7pm

Revisiting the Legacy of the Enlightenment
I. Separation of Church and State in France & America

(in English and in French)
 
 
Mardi 28 mars, 19h

Revisiter l'héritage des Lumières
I. La séparation de l’Église et de l’État en France et aux USA

(en anglais et en français)

with/avec

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

 

Conceived and Organized in partnership with Columbia MA in History and Literature

Conçu et organisé en partenariat avec Columbia MA in History and Literature

 

Michael F. StStanislawskianislawski specializes in modern Jewish history and European intellectual history. He received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. from Harvard University. His publications include Tsar Nicholas I and the Jews (1983), For Whom do I Toil: Judah Leib Gordon and the Crisis of Russian Jewry (1986), Psalms for the Tsar (1986), and Zionism and the Fin-de Siècle (2001), and Autobiographical Jews (2005). His latest book, A Murder in Lemberg: The Assassination of the Reform Rabbi Abraham Kohn, is currently in press. He also serves as director of the undergraduate program on human rights, and as the chair of the interdepartmental program of Yiddish studies. He is currently working on a cross-cultural study of the notion of religious tolerance in the early modern and modern eras.

 

Jean-Luc Chappey est Maître de conférences en Histoire moderne à l'Université Paris 1- Panthéon Sorbonne. Il est spécialiste de l'histoire politique et intellectuelle de la révolution française ainsi que de l'histoire des circulations et des transformations des savoirs en France et en Europe au 18ème et 19 ème siècles.

 

 

 

Pierre Birnbaum est historien et professeur de sociologie politique à l'université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne et à l'Institut d'études politiques de Paris. Ses recherches portent sur le statut des identités dans les systèmes politiques modernes et sur l'histoire de l'antisémitisme, en particulier l'Affaire Dreyfus.

 

 

 

 



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