Meet our Professors!

Meet our Professors!

Video series
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What is the most important thing students will learn in your class?

Watch the "Meet our Profs" video series, where professors in our University Programme present their class in two minutes or less!

Social sciences track

  • Jeremy Perelman, "Human Rights and Global Development"
    How are human rights and global development related? How can we think more critically about these two notions?
    Watch the interview.

  • Jan Rovny, "The European Union at a Crossroads"
    How did the European Union come to be and what is its future?
    Watch the interview.

  • Emiliano Grossman, "Media and Politics"
    How is human behavior affected by political media?
    Watch the interview.

Find the full course list and syllabi for the social sciences track.

French language track

  • Cédric Rousse, "French Language, Level A2 and Level B2"
    What is the best way to keep up your French after the Summer School?  Do what you love... In French!
    Watch the interview.

  • Marie Demestre, "French Language, Level B1"
    What defines an intermediate level French speaker?  It's when students pass from a "surface" knowledge of the language, where they can describe situations, to a deeper level where they can explain themselves and justify their opinions.
    Watch the interview.

  • Mariame Camara, "French Language, Level C1"
    What is the best way to improve your French while in Paris? There is only one secret: "Don't be shy: go talk to people! Parisians have a reputation for being reserved, but for me, that's a misconception!"
    Watch the interview.

Find the full course list and syllabi for the French language track.

Elective classes

  • Jan Rovny,  "Introduction to Quantitative Analysis: Stress-Free Stats"
    Looking for a stress-free introduction to statistics? Prof. Jan Rovny makes quantitative analysis fun (watch out for his "standard distribution dance")!
    Watch the interview.

Find the full course list and syllabi for the elective classes.

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