LLCET°_3-3-Migration and exile
Black Native Americans fight for recognition
Dorothea Lange : migration and the American Dream
Language adapts to people not the contrary.
My English will never be ‘perfect’ – and that’s what keeps a language alive by Nesrine Malik As a child, I mixed English with Arabic. Now I know there’s no such thing as a fixed language that belongs to one special group. A sign for English lessons in Nawalgarh, Rajasthan, India. Photograph: Alamy Mon 28 … Continuer la lecture
US History Interactive Map
U.S. History Map Interactive
Jonathan Livingston Seagull
JonathanLivingstonSeagull is an incredible and magnificent story which relates to many of the axes and themes you have to study but it will first and foremost open your eyes and minds to the power of dreams. Listen to the story about the film and soundtrack
Native-American activism from the 1960s to present
Native American Activism: 1960s to Present
Indigenous Women in Canada disappear …
Indigenous women are preyed on at horrifying rates. I was one of them by Brandi Morin Twenty-seven years ago I almost ended up a grim statistic, like so many Indigenous women and girls. It’s still happening. Red dresses hang on a fence near the TransMountain pipeline site in Blue River, British Columbia. Red dresses symbolize … Continuer la lecture
Ulysses : The first great traveler.
A radio podcast from France Culture in French about Homer’s Ulysse
Evolution of Hollywood Western genre
a synthetic overview a synthetic insight a detailed four-chapter study on the evolution of the genre PART 4 Modernity (you need to connect because of age restrictions on this part) The example of THE SEARCHERS Revisiting the genre in 1993 and then Mixing genres in 2019 A parody : Los Gringos … Continuer la lecture
The power of Music
YoYo Ma wants Bach to save the world See how a very famous Asian-born American considers the power of Music to unite Nations and overcome social inequality and political tensions and divisions.