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Discovering Jam Sessions in Europe

  by Paula Kleinlein No matter if you are a music lover or not, everyone of us has something in common: we all love live music. Maybe it is because the experience is completely different from listening to music on your own.  Most people say that this is not just because it gives you the…

3 Days 1 Book | March 2017

by Alessandro Montefameglio | #3days1book If you do not know what 3 Days 1 Book is, take a look to my previous article! This March was my poetry month. This means I dedicated the most part of my three-days reading to poetry. Or better, not actually to poetry books, but to books about poetry. Starting with my stylistic class…

Mary Poppins: une redéfinition des rôles de genre ?

by Marta Pagnini and Nahoko Kato J’adore les musicals. Mamma Mia, West Side Story, The Phantom of the Opera : quel plaisir écouter la musique vibrante, admirer les choréographies…C’est ainsi que j’ai décidé d’analyser le film de Mary Poppins (1964), mon préféré d’ailleurs, dans une perspective sociologique, et notamment sous l’angle du genre. Qu’est-ce que…

Is the ECJ’s law about hijab discriminating?

The 14th Justice Court said that it can be forbidden to wear Islamic veil, if an internal law of a private company says that political, philosophical and religious symbols are not allowed while working, and this does not discriminate any political, philosophical or religious individual or group. Why? Because a Muslim employee in France refused…

3 Days 1 Book | February 2017

by Alessandro Montefameglio | #3days1book If you do not know what 3 Days 1 Book is, take a look to my previous article! Check out #3 here! You must have time in order to read. Unfortunately this month I found no time. Four exams in a row, yep! I was planning to read Verne’s Michel Strogoff, Houellebecq and many others, but…