Have you ever watched our “Thèse et cuisine” video series?
The idea is simple: present our residents who are doing their theses in an informal and dynamic video format without losing the quality of everything they have to say about their backgrounds and their theses.
The presenter of the series, Alexandre Lloyd (Master’s student in Political Science at Sciences Po in International Politics) conducts the videos very well, allowing guests to feel at ease while asking interesting questions about their backgrounds.
The guests, in turn, are challenged to answer the questions without letting burn the dishes they prepare.
In the new episode of the series, Émilie Bauduin prepares a mouth-watering apple crisp. Doctoral student in literature studies in Quebec in co-supervision at the Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris 3), her thesis addresses the representation of the cleanliness in the work of Émile Zola and how hygienic questions influenced this author in the way of writing and representing metaphorically other subjects beyond the proper itself.
Are you curious? Start the video 😉