Elise Haddad -

Ph.D. candidate, EHESS, "History and Civilization", Paris, France,
Ex-Fellow graduate student, Technische Universität, Dresden, Germany.

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Languages spoken.

Fluent :

Communicating level :

Rudimentary notions :

Ancient languages I can read (and write if submitted to either torture of a fit of fancy) :

General data.

Family name : Haddad,
First names : Élise, Narjès,
Birth date :
december 9th, 1983,
Birth place : Paris (XIVe),
Nationality : French.

Contact information.

Mail address :
Elise Haddad,
25bis, rue du Télégraphe,
75 020 Paris.
France.
phone number : (+0033)6.09.11.62.18.
E-mail :

Studies.


From 2014 : Ph.D. studies at the EHESS, Paris, section "history and civilization", research team : GAHOM, advisor: Marie Anne Polo de Beaulieu, thesis committee : Jérôme Baschet, Jean-Claude Bonne, Pierre-Olivier Dittmar, subject : Good to the test of evil: around the tympanum of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, conflictual eschatology in medieval images and its functioning within the analogical ontology..
2009-2012 : Ph.D. studies at the EHESS, Paris, section "arts and langages", research team : CRAL, advisor: Yves Hersant, subject : study of representation, a semiology of the roman art.
2010, whole year : Fellowship, integrated graduate college (IGK), research team "Transcendence and sense of community"(SFB 804, "Transzendenz und Gemeinsinn"), Dresden University, Germany.

2008-2009 : gap year, volunteering in West Africa.

2007-2008 : 2nd (and last) year of Master, EHESS, section "theory and praxis in langage and arts", advisor: Yves Hersant,
subject : "thought through analogy, analogy in thought". with distinction.
2006-2007 : Preparation class for the "agrégation" in classics, Paris IV-Sorbonne. Eligibility.
2004-2006 : 1st year of Master, Paris IV-Sorbonne. with distinction,
subject: "ancient greek music during late antiquity".

Degree* in music, Paris IV-Sorbonne, 2014.
Degree* in philosophy, Paris X-Nanterre, through postal tuition, 2005.
Degree* in history, Paris X-Nanterre, through postal tuition, 2005.
Degree* in archeology and art history, Paris IV-Sorbonne, 2005.
First year (L1) physics, Paris VII-Denis Diderot, 2005.
Degree* in classics, Paris IV-Sorbonne, 2004
+ added certification "teaching of french as a foreign language" in 2008, Université du Maine.


2004, sous-admissibilité at the entrance examination to the ENS Ulm.
2001 à 2004 "Hypokhâgne" and "khâgnes classiques", lycée Fénelon, Paris VIe,
Juin 2001 : A-level in sciences, magna cum laude, Lycée Blanche de Castille, Villemomble, 93.


*french degree: "Licence", three years of study, in one academic discipline.

Academic publications.



Research activities.

Participation in collective programms.


Service.

Teaching.

at University level

at secondary level

at primary school level

Other contexts.

I feel like teaching is something that I have always done and liked to do.

Popularization.

Around Art and Heritage...

Around Research...

Commitment to non-profit organizations.

Prominent : creation and sustainment of activities.

Volunteer help.

Support.

Cloud of
additional interests...

Here I am :

I don't use those any more, or not yet, but that would be me:

If you think you've seen something about me anywhere on the web, and it's not listed here, , so that I can list it as mine, or deny (more or less sincerely) any implication.