27 November 2018
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WHEN PHILOSOPHY MEETS LAW…

A 60 minutes discussion between Duncan KENNEDY and Mikhaïl XIFARAS, Co-Teachers of the Common Core Course, “Political Philosophy of Law” […]
27 November 2018
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TEACHING INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THROUGH ARTS: SOME LESSONS LEARNED

The “aesthetic turn” is not restricted to an epistemological project (to think about international relations anew) nor to a new […]
6 November 2018
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Evidence-Based Education: Definition and Issues

Increasingly used in educational institutions, the concept of evidence-based education came up several times during the recent workshop entitled “Putting […]
16 October 2018
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From Fiction to Simulation: New Methods for Fostering Critical Thinking and Decision-Making

Often thought of as simply a diversion, fiction can prove to be a valuable pedagogical resource. From artistic workshops to […]
25 July 2018
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TEACHING REVIEW: CASE-STUDY ON BREXIT (3)

The following article is divided into three episodes and aims at reviewing the methodology used and some insights based on […]
25 July 2018
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TEACHING REVIEW: CASE-STUDY ON BREXIT (2)

The following article is divided into three episodes and aims at reviewing the methodology used and some insights based on […]