[FR] French Morning lance le podcast de la Révolution bilingue

c36de8a576e01156097dd1dfcbbfc4f6Dans ce podcast, lancé par French Morning, je recevrai experts et praticiens du bilinguisme pour explorer une multitude de sujets fascinants sur la question. Mon premier invité est Sean Lynch, qui vient de quitter le poste de proviseur du Lycée français de New York pour prendre la tête de la Chinese International School à Hong Kong. Continue reading

[DE] Die bilinguale Revolution

Die-bilinguale-Revolution-3D2-1Die bilinguale Revolution (German Edition coming soon). Als ein praktisches und zugängliches Buch konzipiert, das Sie in Ihrem Projekt begleiten wird, ist Die Bilinguale Revolution die Geschichte einer in Brooklyn geborenen Bewegung, erzählt aus der Sicht von Eltern und Lehrenden die duale Sprachprogramme in ihren Schulen gegründet haben, überzeugt davon, dass bilinguale Bildung ein Allgemeingut ist, das überall angeboten werden sollte, da es ein Kind, eine Schule, ein Land positiv verwandeln kann.

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[FR] Vaincre les préjugés : les filières bilingues en arabe de New York

Screen shot 2018-10-18 at 4.34.56 PMCet article, extrait de La Révolution bilingue : le futur de l’éducation s’écrit en deux langues, a été repris par The Conversation, un média en ligne d’information et d’analyse de l’actualité indépendant. Continue reading

My New Book Stanley Kubrick: The Odysseys

“Stanley Kubrick: The Odysseys,” by Fabrice Jaumont (Books We Live by, 2018)

April 2, 2018 was the 50th anniversary of a 1968 premiere screening in Washington, D.C. of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. The film remains the most fascinating cinematographic adventure given to experience. As a tribute to the masterpiece, and to the maestro himself, this essay which was first presented in 1995 as a scholarly paper explores the multiple connections to the Odyssean theme that one may find in Stanley Kubrick’s filmography.

Kubrick’s unweaving and re-weaving of the cinematographic tapestry reflect his attachment to the changeability implied in the Odyssean theme, which has become the theme of questioning, the perpetual questioning of one’s possibilities. The camera’s shuttling back and forth in time, round and round in space, through the means of dolly movements, shots and reverse shots, circular and spiraling recurrences, equates the director’s shuttling between classical and avant-garde techniques, between painting and photography, between musical intensity and spatial silence.

A chassé-croisé which the pluricephal director utilizes with a view to producing new angles of view and new parallaxes: a constant Kubrickian experimentation of the cinematographic language.

Visiting PS1’s Chinese Dual Language Program with Chancellor Carranza

I was delighted to take part in a school tour of PS1 in Chinatown with NYC Chancellor Richard Carranza who announced the opening of 48 new bilingual programs in Italian, Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian, Urdu, Bengali, Polish, Arabic, Korean and, for the first time, Albanian. Also a great program in German at PS18, and a new initiative with Greek. Thank you, NYC.

Unequal Partners Reviewed in the Harvard Africa Policy Journal

Elizabeth R. Bruce wrote a wonderful review of my book, Unequal Partners: American Foundations and Higher Education Development in Africa in the Harvard Africa Policy Journal (Spring 2018). it is a publication dedicated to promoting dialogue about African policy and current affairs in the realms of governance, law, education, business, health, design, and culture.

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