Exchange programme on the Paris campus, autumn semester: English elective courses

Last update: 
15 July, 2017

Programme 2017-2018

Economics

Table of economics courses, for each course is indicated : hours / semester, ECTS, instructors, resources
Courses Instructors Resources
DECO1740A - Marketing and Customer Relationship Management AUZANNEAU Marc Syllabus
DECO2095A - Development economics CHIODI Vera Syllabus
DECO1865A - The Age of Economists: A History and a Critique DUHAMEL David Syllabus
DECO1750A - Agriculture, Food and Globalization EMLINGER Charlotte Syllabus
DECO1665A - Population Economics GREULICH Angela Syllabus
DECO1945A - Family Economics LETURCQ Marion Syllabus
DECO1960A - Early childhood development and education policies PANICO Lidia Syllabus

History

Table of history courses, for each course is indicated : hours / semester, ECTS, instructors, resources/caption>
Courses Instructors Resources
DHIS2410A - Introduction to Disability Studies DORIA Corinne Syllabus
DHIS1865A - Gender and Ethnicity in Social Movement, since 1945 ESCAFRE Angéline Syllabus
DHIS2415A - Great Themes and Thinkers of Political Modernity DE VOOGD Christophe Syllabus
DHIS2030A - Violence, Memory and Amnesia : political conflicts in XXth century chile GROUES Delphine Syllabus
DHIS2040A - A Continent of Peace, Cooperation and Democracy ? 20th Century Europe KRAKOVSKY Roman Syllabus
DHIS2045A - Nations and nationalisms in modern Europe LEONARD Yves Syllabus
DHIS1890A - Human Rights: A History of the Present MAGIDOFF Jonathan Syllabus
DHIS1400A - Comparing Jewish Modernities: Jews in Western Europe and the Muslim World in the Age of Colonialism, 1830-1948 MALINOVICH Nadia Syllabus
DHIS1970A - In the Shadows of War and Politics: A History of Covert Actions (United States, 1945-2014) RIOS-BORDES Alexandre Syllabus

Humanities

Table of humanity courses, for each course is indicated : hours / semester, ECTS, instructors, resources
Courses Instructors Resources
DHUM1305A - Rituals, rites and ritualization: building the self GILLE Baptiste Syllabus
DHUM1005A - Middle Eastern Cinema and Politics GONZALEZ Diana Syllabus
DHUM1010A - Magazine publishing in the 21 st century : A survival guide. How Magazines Have Become Media Brands. HALBOUT Grégoire Syllabus
DHUM1025A - The Sacred and the Profane : Critical perspectives on, ectasy, violence, and the religious imaginary MUKHERJEE Sondip Romi Syllabus
DHUM1330A - Anthems, Scandals and Wars. Music, Sound and Politics from the 19th Century to the Iraq War. NIGRO GIUNTA Violeta Syllabus
DHUM1280A - Political Anthropology of the Jazzistic Field PIERREPONT Alexandre Syllabus
DHUM1135A - History of Paris, the making of a city ROLLENHAGEN TILLY Linnéa Syllabus
DHUM1045A - The Age of the Avant-Garde in Paris, from the late nineteenth century to the present STUBBS Jérémy Syllabus
DSPO2495A - Applying Discourse Theory: Populism, Indignation and Political Identities ZICMAN DE BAROS Thomas Syllabus

International relations

Table of international relation courses, for each course is indicated : hours / semester, ECTS, instructors, resources
Courses Instructors Resources
DAFF2920A - Competing for Influence: A Comparaison of Soft Power and Public Diplomacy Models Worldwide AUDINET Maxime Syllabus
DAFF3035A - International Conflicts and Domestic Politics BARANETS Élie Syllabus
DAFF3045A - Chinese Foreign Policy BASSAN Martina Syllabus
DAFF3040A - China's African Policy BASSAN Martina Syllabus
DAFF3055A - The Mediterranean space : Understanding international and transnational political dynamics of a regional entity BOILEAU Simon Syllabus
DAFF2140A - Water: a contemporary issue CANGELOSI Elisabetta Syllabus
DAFF2850A - Gender and development CANGELOSI Elisabetta Syllabus
DAFF2070A - A primer on international affairs COMOLET Emmanuel Syllabus
DAFF2340A - Transparency and Accountability in Post-conflict Environments DELESGUES Laurent Syllabus
DAFF3030A - Philanthropy and Oceans DANAHEY JANIN Patricia Syllabus
DAFF2230A - Governing Borders in 21st Century FINE Soshana Syllabus
DAFF1230A - United Nations peacekeeping : Theory and Practice HATTO Ronald Syllabus
DAFF2915A - City Diplomacy. The Rising Role of Cities in International Relations KIHLGREN GRANDI Lorenzo Syllabus
DAFF2150A - Shaping Globalization LECLERC Romain Syllabus
DAFF3025A - Comparative Judicial Politics - Governing with judges LEFKOPOULOU Nefeli Syllabus
DAFF3050A - "Rebels", "bandits", "fighters"? : Assessing contestation in the Sahara-Sahel region POUPART Pauline Syllabus
DAFF2325A - Climate Change Security and International Development TOMESCU-HATTO Odette Syllabus
DAFF2935A - The Personalization of Politics VITIELLO Thomas Syllabus

Law

Table of law courses, for each course is indicated : hours / semester, ECTS, instructors, resources
Courses Instructors Resources
DDRO1800A - HUMANIZING THE WAGING OF WAR? – An Introduction to International humanitarian law ATTAR Frank Syllabus
DDRO1810A - Sustainable Development Law BARBE Vanessa Syllabus
DDRO1750A - Introduction to Intellectual Property Law GARDOUNIS Emmanuel Syllabus
DDRO1710A - Contemporary issues in Corporate law and Governance HENDERSON Felicia Syllabus

Political science

Table of political science courses, for each course is indicated : hours / semester, ECTS, instructors, resources
Courses Instructors Resources
DSPO2205A - Introduction to French Theory BAR MAYMON Meir Syllabus
DSPO2500A - Counterinsurgency in Theory and Practice: Lessons from Iraq & Afghanistan BAUMGARTNER Michaël Syllabus
DSPO2475A - Comparative Public Policy Analysis: Western European and North American urban policies BOISSEUIL Clément Syllabus
DSPO2145A - Political Theology COLOSIMO Anastasia Syllabus
DSPO2355A - European integration and its challenges: the euro, migration and populism DE SAHB Christophe & RESETNIKOV Yevgeny Syllabus
DSPO2510A - Public Opinion and Democracy DEGEORGES Adrien Syllabus
DSPO2345A - The Concept of Empire – from Rome to the European Union DUBOUCHET Pierre Syllabus
DSPO2090A - Social Media: Behind the Scenes EPELBOIN Fabrice Syllabus
DSPO1900A - Modern Jewish History GHILES-MEILHAC Samuel Syllabus
DSPO2485A - American Soft Power GREENE Amy Syllabus
DSPO2490A - Sovereign Power and Violence - from Territory to Population and Sexuality MADAR Revital Syllabus
DSPO2470A - Introduction to Libertarianism MORNINGTON-ENGEL Alicia-Dorothy Syllabus
DSPO1865A - Screening Socalism: Visual Culture in Eastern Europe RAGARU Nadège Syllabus
DSPO2165A - Left and Right in European Politics RONCHI Francesco & HAYAT Samuel Syllabus
DSPO1605A - Equality and diversity in the United States SABBAGH Daniel Syllabus
DSPO2340A - Corruption and good governance: an issue of our time WICKBERG Sofia Syllabus
DSPO2480A - The notion of equality in contemporary French political thought VAN DER SCHOOT Dolf Syllabus
DSPO2495A - Applying Discourse Theory: Populism, Indignation and Political Identities ZICMAN DE BAROS Thomas Syllabus

Sociology

Table of sociology courses, for each course is indicated : hours / semester, ECTS, instructors, resources
Courses Instructors Resources
DSOC1340A - Understanding the City ISSAR Sukriti Syllabus
DSOC1295A - Economic Sociology SAFFORD Sean Syllabus
DSOC1225A - Sociology of urban marginalization TRUONG Fabien Syllabus