Aberystwyth University
Aberystwyth University
In this live interactive Modern Languages tutorial, we will be joined by Dr Gabor Gelleri, a leading academic from the Department of Modern Languages at Aberystwyth University, who will discuss Immigration and Integration in France in Film and Song. at Aberystwyth University

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Modern Languages - Immigration & Integration in France in Film & Song

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Event Summary:

In this live interactive Modern Languages tutorial, we will be joined by Dr Gabor Gelleri, a leading academic from the Department of Modern Languages at Aberystwyth University, who will discuss Immigration and Integration in France in Film and Song.

Full Event Details:

The full context/introduction to this live and interactive discussion is provided by Aberystwyth in a Headliner recorded resource here (https://www.channeltalent.co.uk/event/modern-languages-immigration-integration-in-france-on-film-in-song-university-tutorial-with-dr-gabor-gelleri-from-aberystwyth-university/) which offers insights into the key academic research and debate related to this fascinating topic. This recording can be watched as a class activity or independently in preparation for the discussion and develops the points below:

- The session will assess the question of the integration of immigrant communities as represented in a variety of films (‘La haine’; ‘Un deux trois soleil’; ‘Les misérables’) and songs (‘Douce France’ by Carte de Séjour; ‘Ça va pas être possible’ by Zebda and ‘Marly-Gomont’ by Kamini).

- We will cover the major moments of French colonisation and of immigration towards France, before turning towards the artistic representation of immigration, changing in time, in form as well as in geographical areas covered.

- Students will be invited to contribute to the discussion around the imagery and symbolism related to immigration and to the life experiences of individuals and communities arriving from the former colonial empire. Students will be able to link these materials (and follow further paths included in the accompanying material) to gain a detailed understanding of the effects and afterlife of colonisation, and the difficulties of the process of integration.

The session aims to deepen students’ understanding of the topic whilst enabling them to access and experience a live online university tutorial.

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)
Teachers (CPD)
Parents
Families

Duration:

Short Session



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