Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Question d'actu de la semaine – présentation individuelle (40%). Exposé - binôme (40%). Participation générale (20%). Course Description : The course will deal with the worldwide industry of TV contents including international formats, scripted and kids programming. TV formats emerged in the last 15 years in all genres of TV content (from non scripted to ﬁction) and have become one of the main drivers of the industry growth. In the meantime, the broadcasters' appetite for scripted programmes has never been that high. The course will try to bring answers to a few key questions relating to the future of the production and distribution of TV content such as : How to create a concept with an international appeal ? How to produce successful international co-productions ? How new comers in both production and broadcasting are changing the international TV landscape ? Required reading : C21 Media : http ://www. c21media.net ; Worldscreen : http ://www.worldscreen.com ; Realscreen : http ://realscreen.com ; Broadcast : http ://www.broadcastnow.co.uk.
to read a text directly related either to a mediation process or to a relevant mediator. With the teacher's approval, group or 2-3 students will select an International Mediation occurrence, identify the mediator(s) involved and present its role (10 min). Attention should be paid to the type of mediator and style of mediation involved. 10-15 presentations of the mediator(s) involved should also highlight to what extent we can learn from a speciﬁc method of international mediation. Students are strongly encouraged to get direct contact and interact with mediators involved in the selected cases. Book Review (30% of the ﬁnal grade) : A list of books on International Mediation and Conﬂict Resolution will be presented to the students. In accordance with the teacher, each student should select a book or journal article and write a review to be submitted on the online drive by the end of the semester (4-5 pages long with a short bibliography, it should include a presentation of the author and the book, a summary of the book's theses, and ﬁnally open debate for discussion and a broader approach of the issues at stake). Workload : Besides suggested and required readings, students will be invited to make extensive use of multimedia resources related to the study of mediation. Useful websites, movies and selected interviews will be presented to the class. Students will be invited to present their work ; share their opinion and personal experience on the seminar's blog. Course Description : International Mediation plays a major role in the management and resolution of violent political conﬂicts. A historically prestigious and respected practice, led by head of states, senior diplomats or the Vatican, contemporary mediation has now become both a public and a private activity. Third party interventions by NGOs, International Organizations, Nobel Prize winners, individual experts, academics, or religious movements have greatly thriven since then end of the Cold War. From the Northern Ireland peace process negotiated by US Senator Mitchell to the Israeli-Arab Camp David Accord brokered by President Jimmy Carter, from the Mozambique Sant'Egidio Mediation to cease-ﬁres and hostages negotiations, you will need to learn from a great array of mediation strategies to enhance your knowledge of international conﬂict resolution processes.
INTERNATIONAL MEDIATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Charles TENENBAUM (Maitre de Conférences). Prerequisite : General knowledge of international relations main theories and actors. Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Mediation Simulations & Oral participation (20% of the ﬁnal grade) : Two mediation simulations will be organized in Class, one on the second session and one during the last session. A 1-2 page feedback on your mediation and