This event is an opportunity to consider the truly astonishing first thousand days of a human life, both in health and educational terms. Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz (France) is a distinguished paediatrician and researcher, currently head of the development neuroimaging team at the INSERM Institute at the University of París-Saclay, where she studies the development of cognitive functions in childhood. Based on brain images, in order to observe the acquisition of language or the neural signals of consciousness, Dehaene-Lambertz seeks to understand how early brain conditions are moulded by culture and context. She will talk to Nelson Vallejo-Gómez, a philosopher and General Secretary of the French Council for National Scientific Education.
Simultaneous translation from French to Spanish available
Event co-organized with the French Embassy in Peru
With the support of the Antoine de Saint Exupéry School in Arequipa, the Edgar Morin Institute for Complex Thought at the Ricardo Palma University and the Derrama Magisterial