Public lecture by Boris Cyrulnik – Nov 2, 2013 [fr]

As part of the 2013 Holocaust Education Week, internationally renowned French neuropsychiatrist and author Boris Cyrulnik will give a public lecture in French with simultaneous interpretation in English on Saturday, November 2 at 7:15 pm at Glendon College. “Traumatic Memory” will shed light on the role of writing, in particular self-writing, in achieving resilience.

The lecture will be simultaneously broadcasted on Glendon’s website on Saturday, November 2 at 7:15 pm.

Photos: Madeleine Bouvier d’Yvoire

Biography of Boris Cyrulnik

Born in 1937 in Bordeaux, France, Boris Cyrulnik survived the Holocaust as hidden child. After completing his medical studies, he specialized in psychiatry and neuroscience. He wrote many articles and books about resilience, a notion he helped to popularize in France.

Practical Information

Saturday, November 2 at 7:15 pm
Glendon College - Room A100 York Hall
2275 Bayview Avenue, Toronto ON M4N 3M6

This free event is presented by the Azrieli Foundation, the Neuberger Holocaust Centre, the Consulate General ofFrance in Toronto, the Alliance Française de Toronto and the Glendon College .

Last modified on 16/02/2018

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