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Capucine Lemaire is an art historian, studied at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE, France) in historical, philological and religious sciences. Later, she directed three short films on gender, poverty and burnout between 2011 and 2014, selected at the Cannes Film Festival and by foreign festivals. 

She then created and directed a magazine to defend gender equality and wrote to women from around the world. 

She now conducts research that combines philosophy, art history, public policy issues within the Hephaistos Research Centre (HRC) and review she created, dedicated to the disability studies, and with her participation in academic working groups as EHESS (France) and  ICOM (international). 

Topics of work :

1_Museums and art inclusion

2_Anti ableism as anthropological struggle 

Disability, narcissistic injury and fundamental rights

Normative metamorphosis, interdependence as principle and value

Capitalism and fundamental rights, anti ableism as anthropological revolution

Segregate disabled children : humanistic betrayal

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