Films

Angkor, l'aventure du Baphuon

a film by Didier Fassio

 

A joint production by Cinétévé, Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient and C. TOUT COM ! International
Fabienne Servan Schreiber andLucie Pastor

With the participation of France Télévisions and Planète

Concealed in the tropical forest for hundreds of years, the Baphuon is one of the first monuments of the great city of Angkor to have been uncovered at the beginning of the twentieth century. It would take a century of restoration before the Baphuon "temple-mount" fully revealed the extraordinary technical ability and aesthetic sophistication of the Khmer civilization. A century of on-site work, punctuated by the often dramatic turns of Cambodian history. A century of uncertainties, but also unremitting dedication, on the part of a small handful of researchers and workers.

Host: CERIMES

EFEO News
24e Rendez-vous de l'histoire de Blois
Blois, France, 06 October 2021

Meet the Réseau des Écoles françaises à l'Étranger - ResEFE - at the 24th Rendez-vous de l'histoire in Blois during the Carte blanche for the ResEFE: "Les chercheurs sur leur terrain de travail : questions sociales et environnementales". October 8, 2 to 3:30 p.m. Chocolaterie site of the IUT - Amphi 1, Blois.
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Online, 28 September 2021
The Réseau des Écoles françaises à l'étranger - ResEFE - opens its online seminar "Les Écoles françaises à l’étranger et les musées : partenariats, réalisations communes et perspectives".

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Kyoto, Japan - Online, 19 July 2021

As part of the Kyoto lectures, DAIMARU Ken (Paris University) presents: "Health and Modern Warfare. Locating Medical History in Japan's Long Nineteenth Century".

19 July, 6pm (Japan time) in hybrid format or only on the Zoom platform. The password for logging in will be posted on the Kyoto Center's blog and the ISEAS website on the 27th.

Légende : Portrait of an injured Japanese soldier at the Liaoyang Stage Hospital (March 1905), archives of the Academy of Medical Corps of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force

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Friday, June 18, at 6pm (Japan time).
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Thursday, June 10 at 6:00 p.m. (Seoul time), online: register with the EFEO Center to receive the information needed to connect. READ MORE