September 11th: “9/11, Consequences & Cultural Effect” by Ms. Jennifer Rasamimanana of the US Embassy of Paris

September 18th: “The Intervention in Mali,” Véronique Roger-Lacan, Chief of the Mali Mission at the French Foreign Affairs Ministry

October 2nd: ”Rotten summer or Climate change ? Intelligence Policies in contemporary Democracies ,“  Philippe Hayez: Sciences-Po Paris PSIA Coordinator Concentration on Intelligence Policies

October 9th: “The Israeli-Palestinian Confclit: Norway’s role in the Peace Process,” Erik D. Berggrav, First Secretary of Political Affairs of the Embassy of Norway in Paris

October 16th: “Liberty in France,” Emmanuel Martin, the Institute for Economic Studies – Europe

October 23rd: “Police et Sécurité des Citoyens en Amérique Latine,” Juan Carlos Ruiz, professor at Rosario University in Bogota, visiting professor at PSIA

November 6th: “The Forbidden Fruits of Independence,” Christophe Fortier-Guay, Senior advisor to Quebec’s Minister of International Relations, La Francophonie, Foreign Trade and Minister in charge of the greater region of Montreal

November 13th: “Geoengineering: Playing God With the Climate?” Clive Hamilton, Australian author, public intellectual, Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

November 20th: “La Bataille des Ardennes,” Guillaume Piketty, Professor at SciencesPo and author –> SPECIAL BOOK-SIGNING EVENT

November 27th: Bruno Latour at La Comédie de Reims, 18:30 (not a DLS-organized lecture, but students in the DLS course may still attend and write essays on this conference.)

November 29th: “LGBT Rights: A Legal Perspective on the Same-Sex Marriage Movement,” by Michael Margolies, foreign service officer for the US Department of State and former Vice-President of GLIFAA

December 10th: Leo Michel

January 15th: “Business & Humanitarian Efforts,” by Thierry Delaporte, Financial Services Director at Capgemini (In collaboration with Junior-Consulting Reims)

January 22nd: “Trust me: Essential Traits for Trusted Advisors,” by Professor Felicia Henderson of SciencesPo Paris

January 29th: “Making Art out of Burned Flesh: Exorcizing Lynching,” by Professor Sylvie Laurent of SciencesPo Paris (in collaboration with the BDA of SciencesPo Paris – Campus de Reims)

February 5th: “The Rights of Man & International Humanitarian Law,” Charlène Ducrot, the French Red Cross (in collaboration with Amnesty International group of SciencesPo Paris – Campus de Reims)

February 12th: “The Transatlantic Idea of Freedom and Europe’s Oldest Constitution,” Inga M. W. Nyhamar, the Norwegian Embassy

February 19th: “Les Héros de l’Armée Noire,” Professor Cheikh Sakho (Université de Reims)

March 12th: “La souveraineté et la subsidiarité en Europe : de nouvelles perspectives,” Institute of European Democrats (IED)

March 19th: Champagne Laurent-Perrier, Brand Presentation: Mr. Jordi Vinyals, Chief of Marketing

March 26th: Prof. Jean-Pierre Filiu, PSIA, on Syria

April 9th: Presentation of the Association Child & Connect, in collaboration with UNICEF Campus Reims

April 16th: Collaboration with the Ciné-Club of the BDA: Anti-fascist film

April 22nd: Collaboration with the Ciné-Club of the BDA, Prof. Grosrichard, “Les Chevaux de Dieu”

April 23rd: Collaboration with the Art Series of SciencesPo Paris – Campus de Reims

April 25th: Mr. Gilles Bouleau, news anchor for TF1