Invitation: 2 lectures at the American University of Paris

The Psychology Department (American University of Paris) would like to invite you to two guest lectures.

James T. Lamiell, Professor of Psychology at Georgetown University): 'Statisticism' in Psychological Research: What Is It? How Was It Contracted? Is There a Cure? Professor Lamiell is a distinguished psychologist who has been at the forefront of critical and historical psychology. For more information, please follow this link:

Thursday 13th April, 18h - 20h, in room C-102
Amia Lieblich will talk about "Oral History of a Bi-National Community: Challenging Factors and Unique Outcomes"
After a brief introduction to the field of oral history, Amia Lieblich (Professor of Psychology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem) will describe the Jewish-Palestinian village Wahat al-Salam - Neve Shalom that was the subject of her study in 2010 and its development since its foundation in 1977. She will elaborate on the complicating factors in conducting the study, provide its main results and discuss the contribution of oral history research for conflict management and alleviation. The talk will be accompanied by photographs of the location and exemplary personal narratives of the participants of the study.
Thursday, April 20, 2017 - 17:30 to 19:30 (C-102)
 Both lectures will be held at 6, rue Colonel Combes in the 7th arrondissement on our campus. If you wish to attend, please follow the links and register at least 48 hours in advance.


Thursday, April 13, 2017 - 18:00


Thursday, April 13, 2017 - 20:00

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