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CENTRE UNIVERSITAIRE MÉDITERRANÉEN

With its amphitheatre of 550-seat capacity for conferences, the CUM aims to be a space for intercultural exchange.
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65 Promenade des Anglais - 06000 NICE
Tel.: +33(0)4 97 13 46 10

Opening hours: 8:30-12:00 13:00-18:00
Annual closing: du 25/12 au 02/01 et ponts
Weekly closing: Saturday afternoon and evening, Sunday afternoon and evening,
A place of remembrance and prestige, it offers lectures on well-known writers who are in the literary news, prehistory, controversy and philosophical cycles and concerts, colloquiums, debates and festivals.

A prestige commemorative site, it hosts lectures on the major issues affecting the world, as well as concerts, colloquia, round tables and festivals.

Capacities:
  • Meeting Room : 3
Payment methods:
  • Cheques
Areas:
  • Sea side
  • City center
Upcoming events
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DIPLOMATIE ET GASTRONOMIE
Or how does the originality of the grand official meals in the history of France? Laurent Stéfanini, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of France to UNESCO. See the details ›
15
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COMMENT PENSER ? CONCEPTS ET HISTORICITÉ
Geneviève Fraisse, Emeritus Research Director at the CNRS. See the details ›
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05
ALBERT CAMUS, MARIA CASARÈS, QUAND LA PASSION BRÛLE LES PLANCHES
Geneviève Winter, associate of classics, teacher in preparatory classes (h), president of the Alliance Française de Nice (2012-2017). See the details ›
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DE LA BEAUTÉ DANS LA BIBLE
Haïm Korsia, Chief Rabbi of France, Member of the Institute. See the details ›
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DE ST ÉTIENNE À ST GUILLAUME : CATHÉDRALE DE BOURGES ET SES RELIQUES AU MOYEN ÂGE
Dany Sandron, professor of history of art and archeology of the Middle Ages at Paris-Sorbonne, former curator at the National Museum of the Middle Ages - Thermes et hôtel de Cluny, specialist in Gothic architecture See the details ›
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DES CAMPEMENTS DE CHASSEURS DE CERFS,...
Henry de Lumley: "Between 190 000 and 120 000 years before our era, very old Nice occupy the cave of Lazaret on the Mediterranean coast". See the details ›
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INFORMATION, DÉSINFORMATION, MÉDIATIQUEMENT CORRECT
Denis Tillinac, journalist, writer / Vincent Trémolet de Villers, editor of the pages Debates / Opinions of Figaro and FigaroVox. See the details ›
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L’AMITIÉ, FONDEMENT NATUREL DU LIEN SOCIAL
Hervé Pasqua, holder of the Jean-François Mattéi Chair. See the details ›
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PAS EN MON NOM ? OBJECTION DE CONSCIENCE ET DÉSOBÉISSANCE CIVILE
Julie Saada, Professor of Philosophy at Sciences Po See the details ›
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L’ARCHITECTURE SCOLAIRE DANS 
LES ALPES-MARITIMES
From 1919 to 1939, between archaism and modernity. Youssouf Abderamane, Doctor of Contemporary History at Nice Sophia Antipolis University. See the details ›
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06
SONDER JUPITER : LA MISSION JUNO
Tristan Guillot, director of CNRS Research, co-investigator of the Juno mission. See the details ›
14
06
D’UNE RIVE À L’AUTRE DE LA MÉDITERRANÉE
Éric Naulleau, author, literary critic and TV host and Jacques Ferrandez, author - cartoonist. See the details ›
21
06
LA PULSION RÉVOLUTIONNAIRE ET LIBERTAIRE
Bruno de Cessole, writer, journalist, literary critic See the details ›
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06
COMMENT INTERPRÉTER MAI 68 CINQUANTE ANS APRÈS ?
Michel Winock, professor emeritus at Sciences Po, author of "La Fièvre hexagonale". The great political crises 1871-1968. Points-Histoire (Seuil). See the details ›
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MATISSE ET PICASSO : LA COMÉDIE DU MODÈLE, UNE EXPOSITION ET SES COULISSES
As part of the exhibition organized by the City of Nice and in the presence of officials of the Museums of Nice with Claudine Grammont, director of the Matisse Museum, doctor in the history of art. See the details ›
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