|School: School of Communication & Design|
|Department: Languages Program|
|Location: Saigon South Campus|
|Phone: +84 909839810|
Christopher Denis-Delacour completed his Ph.D. at Aix-Marseille University and the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (SNS) and his undergraduate studies at La Sapienza di Roma University. His research interests lie in the area of socioeconomic, intercultural studies, business ethic and institutional analysis. In recent years, he has focused on generational analysis and better techniques for managing, analyzing and understanding multicultural contexts. He has collaborated actively with researchers in several other disciplines of humanities, particularly intercultural studies with the European Research Council program ConfigMed. He is also a certified coach and trainer specialized in professional/cross-cultural communication.
PhD 2012 AIX MARSEILLE UNIVERISTY
Modern History: social behavior and intercultural trade
PHD 2012 SUM ITALIA/SCUOLE NORMALE DI PISA
Contemporary History: institutions and commercial law
Doctoral Dissertation: Norms and Practices. Foreigners in Roman trade.
M.A. 2009 LA SAPIENZA ROME
Modern History, Literature and Philosophy.
Certified coach and trainer in :
Economic History, Asian Studies, Globalization and Society, International Relations, Business Ethics, Cross-Cultural Studies, Generational Change, Institutional Change.
Denis-Delacour Christopher (2021), Les défis de la souveraineté maritime.Navigations napolitaines en mer ottomane (1734-1856), Classique Garnier (Intercultural Trade Between Muslim and Christian World, to be published in June).
Research articles in international peer-reviewed journals
Denis-Delacour Christopher and Grenet Mathieu (2015). Building, enforcing and subverting monopoly: France’s Compagnie royale d’Afrique and 18th-century Mediterranean trade. French History-Oxford Press, 29, 18-23 (Intercultural trade and relations).
Buti Gilbert, Denis-Delacour Christopher, Raveux Olivier, Salvemini Biagio (2014). Moralités marchandes dans l’Europe méditerranéenne au XVIIIe siècle : institutions, appartenances, pratiques », Rives méditerranéennes, n°49, UMR 7303 Telemme, AMU-CNRS, Aix-en-Provence (Business ethics).
MA and BA Dissertation supervision at previous institutions
Excellent lecturer in teaching 2017-2018 (HSU University)
Excellent lecturer in research 2016-2017 (HSU University)
Hoa Sen University
Date October 17, 2015-
Position held Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages (February 2, 2020 – March 2, 2021)
Head of strand and full-time lecturer at the Faculty of Foreign LanguagesAmerican/English language and culture department
Course coordinator at Vatel Hospitality, Business & Management
Date September 1, 2013 – June 30, 2015
Position held Training Consultant and Coordinator (Ashford, U.K.)
PARIS 1 PANTHEON-SORBONNE UNIVERSITY
Date September 1, 2012 – August 30, 2014
Position held Postdoctoral Fellowship- Researcher in Cross-Cultural Studies and Economics
Date September 1, 2011 – August 30, 2014
Position held Lecturer in History (Economics and Sociology)/Still researcher associate
Training and coaching communication for private companies such as :