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Les formations en ligne (FLOTs ou MOOCs)

Cette page vous propose une sélection de formations en ligne en lien avec la sphère anglophone.
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Women on the Move Université de Picardie Jules Verne With 8 classes, the MOOC opens with a section on historiography and methods, which shows the evolution of scholarship on women's migration and the qualitative and quantitative tools used to research women's migration. The second class is on women at sea with an overview on women's work on board ships and harbours in past and present contexts and in wide geographical contexts. Class 3 focuses on women's migration and education in past and present contexts. The fourth class is on art and women's migration. It offers an overview on women's migration in artistic and cultural contexts. Class 5 deals with intersectionality and queer migration, and it unpacks concepts such as intersectionality and gender, and how sexualities affect women's migration. The sixth class focuses on conflict migration and peacebuilding, reflecting on women's migration in wartime contexts, situations of conflicts, and their peacebuilding activities. Class 7 focuses on women migrants' access to citizenship in past and present contexts. The final class offers an overview on women migrants' access to human rights in past and present contexts. The MOOC ends with an escape game. Début : 05/06/2023
8 semaines
Challenges and Perspectives of African Heritage Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne This course is the result of an international collaboration between universities wishing to offer online training on the challenges and perspectives of African natural and cultural heritage: University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France), University Sorbonne Nouvelle (France), University Gaston Berger (Senegal). Début : 11/12/2023
Shakespeare’s Othello: The Moor Harvard University In this course, we'll read William Shakespeare’s Othello and discuss the play from a variety of perspectives. The goal of the course is not to cover everything that has been written on Othello. Rather, it is to find a single point of entry to help us think about the play as a whole. Our entry point is storytelling. Début : 22/01/2024
5-7 weeks
Shakespeare's Hamlet: The Ghost Harvard University In the first act of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet , the Ghost of the dead King of Denmark appears to his son, setting off a chain of events that culminates in the play’s notoriously bloody finale. But how would this mysterious figure have been understood in Shakespeare’s time? Début : 22/01/2024
5-7 weeks
U.S. Political Institutions: Congress, Presidency, Courts, and Bureaucracy Harvard University How do the three branches of government operate? How is power shared among Congress, the president, and the Supreme Court? What role is played by federal agencies that have no direct constitutional authority oftheir own? Début : 22/01/2024
2-4 weeks