Assistant lecturer, Université Paris Nanterre – Université Paris Lumières
I completed my PhD in American studies at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle and graduated on November 28 2016.
My research focuses on presidential discourse and more specifically on the construction of the national identity through conceptual metaphors in the post-Cold War era.
Ukraine war: while most Americans express outrage, Putin's spell continues to hang over Republicans
Apr 16, 2022 02:26 am UTC| Insights & Views
A majority of US citizens across parties now condemn Moscows invasion of Ukraine and support the sanctions adopted by the Biden administration. However, talk of unanimity would be stretching it. The Republican Party is a...
Fact check US: Will the senatorial election in Georgia determine Biden's presidency?
Jan 06, 2021 04:22 am UTC| Politics
The victory of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the 2020 US presidential election is now official. On December 14 the Electoral College confirmed the state-by-state results, giving a clear majority of 306 votes to Biden and...
Fact check US: Would the Democrats 'ruin the suburbs' as Donald Trump claims?
Oct 20, 2020 13:45 pm UTC| Politics Economy
In the first presidential debate Donald Trump asserted that if Joe Biden were elected, our suburbs would be gone. In his campaign rallies, Trump has repeatedly accused the Democrats in general, and Biden in particular,...
In Trump's America, immigrants are modern-day 'savage Indians'
Jul 17, 2018 14:37 pm UTC| Insights & Views
One of the reasons we lead the free world today is that we are a nation of immigrants. These words were delivered by Harry Truman to the US Congress in 1952 when he addressed the problem of aid for refugees who were...
Europe Roundup: Pound heads for biggest weekly gain in six months, European shares gains, Gold gains, Oil prices rise after U.S. debt deal, all eyes on OPEC meeting
CNN Appoints Warner Bros. Discovery Executive as Its New COO
Burger King Levels up Chicken Offerings: New Chicken Fries in Singapore and Smoky Maple Biscuit in US
Onitsuka Tiger Unleashes Shinkansen-Inspired Sneakers in Collaboration With Terroir Tabi and West Japan Railway
Intel Unveils Plans for DDR5 Validation Data Center Lab in Seoul, Eyes Global Expansion
Russia-Ukraine War: NATO to Narrow Divisions Over Ukraine's Membership Bid in Oslo Meeting
EU Parliament to Question Hungary's Ability to Hold EU Presidency Over Record on Rule of Law
Iran: IAEA Resolves Nuclear Issues Related to Sites With Uranium Particles
UK: Ministers Given More Time to Turn in Messages From Boris Johnson to Public COVID Inquiry
Drilling down on treatment-resistant fungi with molecular machines
Astronomers detected two major targets with a single telescope – a mysterious signal and its source galaxy
Biodegradable plastic in clothing doesn't break down nearly as quickly as hoped – new research
Gravitational wave detector LIGO is back online after 3 years of upgrades – how the world's most sensitive yardstick reveals secrets of the universe
Korea’s Netmarble Set to Release Three New Game Titles to Stop Losses
Samsung Partners With Dezeen for Global 'Re:Create Design Challenge' to Upcycle Old Devices
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew to Spearhead ByteDance's Rising Social Media Star, Lemon8
Naver Reportedly Losing Market Share in Online Search Industry
Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard Acquisition Approved by Korean Regulators
The Supreme Court just shriveled federal protection for wetlands, leaving many of these valuable ecosystems at risk
Fujitsu, Microsoft Unite: Massive Investment to Enhance Uvance Business, Boosting Sustainability With Cloud Technology
Puma's Ambitious Sustainability Progress: 70% Products Made From 'Better Materials' in 2022, Aims for 90% by 2025
European soccer is having another reckoning over racism – is it time to accept the problem goes beyond bad fans?