Normes et normativité en Histoire: historiographie comparée France/états-Unis


Date: Mar 15, 2010 - Mar 16, 2010

On March 15-16 2010, a joint graduate student conference was held to mark the new partnership between the graduate student communities of the history departments at Columbia and Université de Paris-1 (Sorbonne). Thanks to generous support from the European Institute, among other sources, nine Columbia students were able to travel to Paris and participate in a wide-ranging set of panels on the theme, “Norms and Normativity in History.” Each panel brought together speakers and moderators from both countries. It presented a unique opportunity for international intellectual exchange, and was concluded with a panel discussion comparing the intellectual, and particularly historical, cultures in each nation.
Photos from the conference can be accessed below:
Group photo:A group of students from Columbia and Paris-1 on a bridge overlooking the Seine.
Panel 1: This panel, moderated by Maud Ternon (Paris-1, far left), featured three Columbia students discussing the “categorization and legitimization of norms.” From left to right, they are Joseph Skloot, Aimee Genell, and Michael Heil.
Panel 2: Brandon County (Columbia) illustrates his paper on African railway workers; sitting in front of him is Céline Chulsky (Paris 1).

Date: Mar 15, 2010 - Mar 16, 2010

On March 15-16 2010, a joint graduate student conference was held to mark the new partnership between the graduate student communities of the history departments at Columbia and Université de Paris-1 (Sorbonne). Thanks to generous support from the European Institute, among other sources, nine Columbia students were able to travel to Paris and participate in a wide-ranging set of panels on the theme, “Norms and Normativity in History.” Each panel brought together speakers and moderators from both countries. It presented a unique opportunity for international intellectual exchange, and was concluded with a panel discussion comparing the intellectual, and particularly historical, cultures in each nation.
Photos from the conference can be accessed below:
Group photo:A group of students from Columbia and Paris-1 on a bridge overlooking the Seine.
Panel 1: This panel, moderated by Maud Ternon (Paris-1, far left), featured three Columbia students discussing the “categorization and legitimization of norms.” From left to right, they are Joseph Skloot, Aimee Genell, and Michael Heil.
Panel 2: Brandon County (Columbia) illustrates his paper on African railway workers; sitting in front of him is Céline Chulsky (Paris 1).

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