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CFP: 4th Enaction summer school

Posted in CFP by Tom Froese on April 21, 2009

FYI, Tom

Hello everybody.

We have now finished the preparation for this year’s Enaction Summer School (see the attached preliminary program). As already announced in previous messages, the School will take place from 20 – 26 July 2009 at Cap Hornu (Bay of the Somme, France). The title of the School this year is: “Observation, Points of view, Instruments”. You will find further details of the project, and the programme, on the Website : ( The four invited speakers are: Michel Bitbol, Joelle Le Marec, Charles Lenay and Jacques Theureau. John Stewart will provide a general introduction to the theme of the School. One further detail: for the moment there is no fixed programme for the evenings, but as usual all your propositions are welcome and, as far as possible, we will provide the means to carry out your projects.

If you wish to participate in this event, it is now necessary to proceed rapidly to your inscription, because (to our regret) the number of places is limited. The cost of participation (hotel and meals all included) is 600 euros. You will find attached the documents concerning means of payment and the registration form. The utlimate deadline for inscription is June 15th. I emphasize that this date is final and it will be quite impossible to prolong it. All documents (the formula for inscription) and payments (institutional orders, cheques) must be sent by mail directly to Fabienne Pierre (a great thanks to her help!) at the address indicated.

Best wishes

Olivier Gapenne


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