Institute for Field Education

Academic Courses

The IFE Paris Faculty

Pascal Cauchy

Associate Professor of European History at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (“Sciences Po”) and Administrative Director of the Research Center for Twentieth Century European History (CHEVS), Pascal was also Dean of international students at Sciences Po from 1994-1999. At IFE he helps shape the academic program and teaches contemporary French history. He has published—in French and Russian—on the Russian Revolution and is a specialist on the historiography of communism and edits a book series for Seuil Editions.

Clara Bouveresse

Clara is a doctoral candidate in Art History at the University of Paris, completing a thesis on the history of the Magnum Photo agency. She teaches the history of photography at the University of Paris. In 2014-2015 Clara was the Georges Lurcy Fellow at the Columbia School of Journalism. She also participated in the production of the Dictionary of Photography (Thames & Hudson, 2015). Clara’s previous training includes graduating from the Ecole Normale de Lyon and studying visual anthropology at University College London.

Sophie Enos-Attali

Teacher/researcher in Political Science, International Relations and Contemporary History, Sophie Enos-Attali holds a doctorate in Political Science from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (“Sciences Po”) as well as an ABD in International Relations from the University of Paris and an ABD in History from the same institution. An associate professor of Political Science at the Institut Catholique de Paris, where she is the director of Master’s theses in the social sciences, Sophie also has ten years experience teaching French politics and society to American students in education abroad programs in Paris. Her research activities include work as a member of the research group on “multilateral action” of the French Association of Political Science (AFSP), of the standing group on Advancing Teaching and Learning of Political Science of the ECPR (European Consortium for Political Resarch) and of the Thucydides Center for International Research of the University of Paris.

Nora Magharbri

A native Parisian, Nora holds a doctorate in applied linguistics and language acquisition from the University of Texas at Austin. Nora has a rich experience in teaching French in North American universities including UT Austin, Victoria University in British Columbia, University of California Santa Cruz and the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She has a good deal of experience developing pedagogical materials for language acquisition including for a language-learning exchange between the University of Guyana and Harvard University. Nora is the author of a highly regarded intermediate French textbook, "Pause Cafe".

Nicolas Frappe

After earning a master’s degree in applied linguistics from the University of Montpellier, Nicolas taught French in Russia and the Ukraine. Back in France, he is professor of French for non-native speakers at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris ("Sciences Po") and at the Sorbonne where he directs the program of classes in oral communication on societal questions. In addition to teaching French, Nicolas works as a test designer for the DELF and TCF tests of French language competence, at the International Center for Pedagogy Studies (CIEP).
Paris | Bruxelles | Strasbourg Paris central office
5, rue Saint Nicolas 75012 Paris - France Tél. (331) 43 21 78 07 Fax (331) 42 79 94 13       
Contact & Maps
Site Map
Privacy Policy
© IFE 2017
Facebook  LinkedIn