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The Minerva Center for „The Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions“ (Hamburg / Haifa) just announced, that it will support the State of Emergency-Conference 2017 with two travel grants. These grants will allow paper-givers to present their reflections on state of emergency issues during our conference here in Paris. They are of a remarkable importance for allowing a vivid scientific exchange and debates.
The preliminary program of the State of emergency Conference 2017 at the German Historical Institute Paris and the Goethe Institute Paris has been published today. To check the program and any other detail on the conference, please go to the conference website.
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With support of the Goethe Institute in Paris, the conference will host a presentation of „Endstation Bataclan“ (Terminus Bataclan), a french-german documentary on Samy Amimour, one of the terrorists involved in the attack on the Bataclan theatre. Amimour was a busdriver on the RATP suburban line 148. In the film, Alexander Smoltczyk and Maurice Weiss follow the itinery of the bus through the northern suburbs of Paris. They meet with many different people, giving a profound insight into a variety of microcosms between the stations Le Blanc-Mesnil / Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace and Bobigny – Pablo Picasso. According to current planning, Smoltczyk and Weiss will give a short introduction and there will be opportunity for discussion afterwards. „Endstation Bataclan“ will be shown in French with English subtitles at the Goethe Institute Paris, Avenue d’Iéna, 75116 Paris.