François Chaubet & Laurent Martin / Professors of Contemporary History, University Paris 10 Nanterre & University Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3

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BIO

François Chaubet is a professor at Nanterre Paris-Ouest University. A specialist of cultural aspects in international relations, he is the author of several books: Histoire intellectuelle de l'entre-deux-guerres (Nouveau Monde éditions, 2006), La Mondialisation culturelle (PUF, 2013) and Histoire des relations culturelles dans le monde contemporain (with Laurent Martin, Armand Colin, 2011).

A graduate from École normale supérieure de Saint-Cloud, Laurent Martin is a professor at Paris III Sorbonne nouvelle University, after several years as a researcher at Centre d'histoire of Sciences Po (Paris). He is the current secretary-general of Association pour le développement de l'histoire culturelle (ADHC).

A specialist of cultural history in the contemporary world (medias, censorship, culture policies, cultural relations), he has published many books among which Le Canard enchaîné ou les fortunes de la vertu (Flammarion, 200, La presse écrite en France au XXe siècle (LGF, 2005), Jack Lang, une vie entre culture et politique (Complexe, 2008) and Histoire des relations culturelles dans le monde contemporain (with François Chaubet, Armand Colin, 2011).

BOOKS BY FRANçOIS CHAUBET & LAURENT MARTIN

By François Chaubet & Laurent Martin on Paris Innovation Review

Following suit to the Guggenheim Museum, a number of Western cultural institutions have launched a series of spectacular offshoring operations, exporting their trademarks and their specific know-how. Playing somewhere between influence diplomacy and cultural marketing, museums and universities in the Western world are trying their luck in the new Paradises of the Middle East or Asia. What are the expected benefits and what are their strategies?
A la suite du musée Guggenheim, un certain nombre d'institutions culturelles occidentales se sont lancées dans de spectaculaires opérations de délocalisation, jouant la carte d'une exportation de leur marque et de leur savoir-faire. Entre diplomatie d'influence et marketing culturel, sans oublier la manne financière que représentent de tels projets, musées et universités occidentales tentent leur chance dans les nouveaux paradis du Moyen-Orient ou d'Asie. Pour quels bénéfices ? Selon quelles stratégies ?

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