A Global Youth in the Making: the 200,000 Residents of the Cité internationale universitaire in 20th-Century Paris – GlobalYouth
In order to contribute to the analysis of the internationalization trends in higher education in a long-term perspective, the GlobalYouth Project aims to analyze individual admission records of 200,000 residents who were students at the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris (CIUP) in the 20th Century and to build a historical database. The data collected will first measure how the CIUP contributed to the making of a "global youth", what an experience inside an international campus meant for students and what was the French strategy for international students. At the same time, the GlobalYouth Project aims to build an international scientific team interested in the history of international academic motilities, in order to candidate to an European call for projects.
Monsieur Guillaume Tronchet (Institut d'histoire moderne et contemporaine)
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IHMC Institut d'histoire moderne et contemporaine
Help of the ANR 215,568 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: September 2017 - 36 Months