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French historian traces the saga of post-68 intellectuals

French historian traces the saga of post-68 intellectuals

Comunicação - PRCEU - 11/07/2023

On Thursday, November 16th, at 5:00 PM, the MariAntonia Center is hosting the conference “The Post-’68 Intellectuals,” featuring the French historian and epistemologist François Dosse. The event is open to everyone, with no need for prior registration, and admission is free.

The author is in Brazil to launch the second volume of “The Saga of French Intellectuals 1944-1989: The Future in Crumbs (1968-1989)” by Estação Liberdade publishing house.

Who is François Dosse?

Born in 1950 in Paris, Dosse is a historian and epistemologist specializing in intellectual history. He studied history and sociology at the University of Vincennes-Paris VIII, completing his doctorate in the field of theory of history and historiography, with a focus on the Annales School. After passing the agrégation exam, he taught philosophy in high schools in Pontoise and Boulogne-Billancourt. He was a maître de conférences at the Institute of Teacher Training (IUFM) in Versailles and Nanterre. As a professor emeritus, he teaches contemporary history at the University Paris XII and has been an associate researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History (IHTP-Paris VIII) since 1998.

As a researcher, Dosse is primarily dedicated to studies in the field of intellectual history, with an emphasis on historiography and structuralism. His work includes a series of biographies of prominent French philosophers and historians, such as Paul Ricœur, Michel de Certeau, Gilles Deleuze, and Félix Guattari. His two-volume “History of Structuralism” (1991 and 1992) was groundbreaking. Dosse is also a co-founder of the journal EspacesTemps. In 2019, he was awarded the Eugène-Colas Prize by the French Academy for his work on “The Saga of French Intellectuals 1944-1989.”



Conference “Post-68 intellectuals”, with François Dosse

When | November 16th at 5pm

Where | USP MariAntonia Center

Rua Maria Antônia, 294 – Vila Buarque, São Paulo, SP (near the Higienópolis and Santa Cecília metro stations)

How much | Free

Historiador francês traça saga dos intelectuais pós 68
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