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The prestigious École Normale Supérieure launches this Thursday, November 24, a seminar dedicated to the study of the singer Beyoncé. This seminar aims to be "a gateway to understanding our time".
This Thursday, November 24, 2022, a seminar for the least original starts at the very prestigious École Normale Supérieure (ENS) . Indeed, a seminar of six sessions, spread over several months, is devoted to singer Beyoncé .
"This student seminar aims to reflect on the notions of culture and representativeness. He starts from the figure of Beyoncé, a world pop icon, to approach some of the essential themes of the contemporary world that French-speaking university research begins to grasp, beyond the Anglo-Saxon area ", specifies the ENS on its site.
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"A gateway to the understanding of our time"
of journalists, authors, artists or philosophers were invited to evoke several subjects around the singer such as feminism, her impact on the music industry, but also critics appropriation of which it is the target. "Because Beyoncé's voice wears, she also escapes her: studying her productions, her speeches and their repercussions is an entrance door to the understanding of our time" , sums up the ENS.
This cycle of conferences will be captured in audio and available to everyone, promise the students who launched it. An Instagram account was also created on this seminar .
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