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Following the merger of Lyon’s two ENS (Ecole Nationale Supérieure) into a single institution and the foundation within it of the Institut français de l’Education (French Education Institute), the ENS Editions university press publishes works from all over the world, by both French and foreign researchers, which reflect the issues being studied in research centres throughout the School.

Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson

Le lycée professionnel : relégué et avant-gardiste ?

Hélène Buisson-Fenet and Olivier Rey (dir.)

The vocational baccalaureate is celebrating its 30 years. Vocational secondary schools, recently reformed, welcome 700 000 students. For the last thirty years, most of the "democratization" of baccalaureate relied on the progress of vocational students. Yet, vocational curriculum remains a def...

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Métamorphoses du livre

Éditer Rousseau

Enjeux d’un corpus (1750-2012)

Philip Stewart

Rousseau was always afraid that his works might be forged and that the Rousseau who reached future generations would be someone other than himself. Over a long period of time, he was most often in disagreement with Voltaire, except when they were both considered to be the most glorious or most...

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Les fondamentaux du féminisme a...

Les sœurs Grimké

De l’antiesclavagisme aux droits de la femme

Colette Collomb-Boureau (ed.)

How can the story of the Grimké sisters be of interest to contemporary French readers, who are not particularly au fait with 19th century American history? Will they seem them as activists in the radical antislavery movement or pioneers for the feminist cause? The sisters’ story, including the...

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