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Dialogue round Monsieur Chouchani, with Sandrine Szwarc and Marcello Massenzio (Jewish Writers and Artists Seminar, Sorbonne)

Known as Mr. Chouchani, the scholar with impressive Jewish and universal knowledge had a major impact on the revival of Jewish thought after World War II. In France, during the liberation, his teaching influenced personalities such as Elie Wiesel, Emmanuel Levinas and Léon Askenazi.

During this session, Sandrine Szwarc and Marcello Massenzio will talk about this amazing and mysterious figure.

Sandrine Szwarc is a historian specializing in the history of Jewish thought. She is a teaching coordinator at the Elie Wiesel University Institute for Jewish Studies in Paris and a lecturer at the Sorbonne Paris Nord. Author of numerous books, recently published Fascinant Chouchani (Éditions Hermann, 2022)

The anthropologist and historian of religions Marcello Massenzio is Professor Emeritus at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome. He is the author of numerous publications, including Le Juif errant or The art of surviving (Éditions du Cerf, 2010) and Chagall. Loneliness and Melancholy 1933-1945, (L’Échoppe, 2013) Known as Monsieur Chouchani, the scholar with impressive Jewish and universal knowledge was very influential in the revival of Jewish thought after World War II. In France, during the liberation, his teaching influenced personalities such as Elie Wiesel, Emmanuel Levinas and Léon Askenazi.

During this session, Sandrine Szwarc and Marcello Massenzio will talk about this amazing and mysterious figure.

Sandrine Szwarc is a historian specializing in the history of Jewish thought. She is a teaching coordinator at the Elie Wiesel University Institute for Jewish Studies in Paris and a lecturer at the Sorbonne Paris Nord. Author of numerous books, recently published Fascinant Chouchani (Éditions Hermann, 2022)

The anthropologist and historian of religions Marcello Massenzio is Professor Emeritus at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome. He is the author of numerous publications, including Le Juif errant or The art of surviving (Éditions du Cerf, 2010) and Chagall. Loneliness and Melancholy 1933-1945, (L’Échoppe, 2013) Known as Monsieur Chouchani, the scholar with impressive Jewish and universal knowledge was very influential in the revival of Jewish thought after World War II. In France, during the liberation, his teaching influenced personalities such as Elie Wiesel, Emmanuel Levinas and Léon Askenazi.

During this session, Sandrine Szwarc and Marcello Massenzio will talk about this amazing and mysterious figure.

Sandrine Szwarc is a historian specializing in the history of Jewish thought. She is a teaching coordinator at the Elie Wiesel University Institute for Jewish Studies in Paris and a lecturer at the Sorbonne Paris Nord. Author of numerous books, recently published Fascinant Chouchani (Éditions Hermann, 2022)

The anthropologist and historian of religions Marcello Massenzio is Professor Emeritus at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome. He is the author of numerous publications, including Le Juif errant or The art of surviving (Éditions du Cerf, 2010) and Chagall. Loneliness and Melancholy 1933-1945, (L’Échoppe, 2013) Known as Monsieur Chouchani, the scholar with impressive Jewish and universal knowledge was very influential in the revival of Jewish thought after World War II. In France, during the liberation, his teaching influenced personalities such as Elie Wiesel, Emmanuel Levinas and Léon Askenazi.

During this session, Sandrine Szwarc and Marcello Massenzio will talk about this amazing and mysterious figure.

Sandrine Szwarc is a historian specializing in the history of Jewish thought. She is a teaching coordinator at the Elie Wiesel University Institute for Jewish Studies in Paris and a lecturer at the Sorbonne Paris Nord. Author of numerous books, recently published Fascinant Chouchani (Éditions Hermann, 2022)

The anthropologist and historian of religions Marcello Massenzio is Professor Emeritus at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome. He is the author of numerous publications, including Le Juif errant or The art of surviving (Éditions du Cerf, 2010) and Chagall. Loneliness and Melancholy 1933-1945, (L’Échoppe, 2013) Known as Monsieur Chouchani, the scholar with impressive Jewish and universal knowledge was very influential in the revival of Jewish thought after World War II. In France, during the liberation, his teaching influenced personalities such as Elie Wiesel, Emmanuel Levinas and Léon Askenazi.

During this session, Sandrine Szwarc and Marcello Massenzio will talk about this amazing and mysterious figure.

Sandrine Szwarc is a historian specializing in the history of Jewish thought. She is a teaching coordinator at the Elie Wiesel University Institute for Jewish Studies in Paris and a lecturer at the Sorbonne Paris Nord. Author of numerous books, recently published Fascinant Chouchani (Éditions Hermann, 2022)

The anthropologist and historian of religions Marcello Massenzio is Professor Emeritus at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome. He is the author of numerous publications, including Le Juif errant or The art of surviving (Éditions du Cerf, 2010) and Chagall. Loneliness and Melancholy 1933-1945, (L’Échoppe, 2013).

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