Regards humanistes : Monde arabe, un Printemps pour rien ?

Thursday, 17 November 2016 - 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
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The Centre for interdisciplinary research on citizenship and minorities (CIRCEM) and the Chaire de recherche sur la francophonie et les politiques publiques (CRFPP) are pleased to invite you to the second of a three lecture series Monde arabe, un Printemps pour rien? by  Franco-Algerian Akram Belkaïd. Mr. Belkaïd is the author of Un regard calme sur l'Algérie and Être arabe aujourd'hui.

Akram Belkaïdis a franco-algerian journalist and essayist. Born in Algiers in 1964, he earned his diploma in mechanical engineering from the National School of Engineers and Technicians of Algeria, but had to leave the country in 1995. He is a regular contributor to Le Monde Diplomatique, Africa Magazine and the Quotidien d’Oran. From 2000 to 2007, he was head of service for International Markets, then assistant editor-in-chief to the International sector of La Tribune (Paris). As well as a collection of his work for the Quotidien d’Oran (La France vue par un blédard), he contributed to two works on Algeria (Un regard calme sur l’Algérie and Retours en Algérie). His book Être arabe aujourd’hui was awarded the Prix des Lycéens in 2012. 

The event will be hosted by Pierre Boyer from the Institute of Canadian and Aboriginal Studies.

A reception will follow.

We look forward to seeing you there!