I have been travelling so much in this life that I kind of long to get into another life in which I could just stay on the shoulder of the road and look at the show. Unluckily it does not seem to be possible. The latest trips were to Sri Lanka for three months to study eco-cultural tourism and development there, to Scotland to study poetry and politics and speak of poets and the war on Iraq in 2003, to Brest to study the diachrony of Pali the canonical language of Buddhism, and every week or so to Paris to teach who knows what in the universities there. The latest mental trips were in Stephen King, the Godfather, the Da Vinci Code, the cuckoo's nest over which one is flying, the salesman who is dying on stage and so many others like Strauss's Rosenkavalier or Monteverdi's Poppea, etc. And those are only some of last week's trips. That's what I can do in order to see the world joining both perambulating and contemplating. I have ants in my soul and cramps in my minds. So I have to run their legs and let the dark blood of unexpected confrontations flow in their veins, or arteries.
And why not add one more thing. Sin is the most beautiful thing you can dream of, especially since some of these sins must be dreamed of and not performed if you don't want to be punished with obesity or cancer.
Supernaturalwith Ivan Eve
2011 to present
Study the American-ness of the first six seasons of Supernatural, the TV series....See More
Indian Ocean University
December 2010 to present
To study the new vast restructuring of the Indian Ocean as for maritime containe...See More
Cro-Magnon's languagewith Ivan Eve
June 2010 to present
Vast research on the phylogeny and psychogenesis of language and culture both for elerging Homo Sapiens and for new born babies and infants
Dr Jacques COULARDEAU, PhD in Germanic Linguistics (University Lille III) and ESP Teaching (University Bordeaux II) has been teaching all types of ESP, especially technological, scientific and historical ESP. He has done research in the fields of English and American literatures, drama and arts; opera, cinema and television at a global level; general linguistics with particular emphasis on Germanic, Indo-European, African and more recently Indo-Aryan languages, as well as Pali and Sumerian. He spent some time in Africa, the USA and many countries in Europe, and more recently Sri Lanka where he studied Buddhism and oriental spirituality. His present research covers the “language of Cro-Magnon” and the emergence of language among Homo Sapiens, the phylogenic and psychogenetic emergence of human language, and further studies on opera, drama and cinema, including mythological contacts between Indo-European and Turkic traditions and cultures. He is vastly published in many countries in all these fields.
He presently teaches within the CEGID (Compagnie Européenne de Gestion par l'Informatique Décentralisée, European Management Company by Distributed Computing; established in 1983) for the Groupement des professionnels de paie et de gestion (Synopsis paie, Centre of pay-roll management professionals) in Nice, after having taught in many Paris universities, including Panthéon-Sorbonne and Assas-Panthéon within the Sorbonne itself.
Presently I am working with Ivan EVE who is my assistant. We have already completed a project on Hambantota and the Indian Ocean and we are currently working on a project on the TV series Supernatural.
On the other hand I am working with Paula Osario on a project about comparing the three colonizations of the Americas by the Spanish, the English and the French centered on La Malinche in Mexico, Hocapontas on the East Coast of the USA and La Nouvelle Orleans in Louisiane, today New Orleans, Louisiana.
Linguistics, Literature, Spirituality, the language of Cro-Magnon
Some will say genderism is another form of sexism, this time against straight people who often are as straight as my arm when I blow my nose..
Some will say that is part of one’s private life and that one does not have to go public about it, in fact must not go public about it.
Some will say “Hide this gayness that hurts my soul!” As if they had a soul since they refuse other people because of a difference in life styles. Like your neighbour like yourself, shall we not?
Some might even regret the time when all that was locked up in some kind of closet, cabinet or wardrobe. Don’t tell, please and if you don’t tell no one will ask you.
But It does exist. It is a social phenomenon. It is no longer invisible. It has never been negligible. So we better look at it right in the eyes and accept this subject as a human right challenge. The time when they were grilled in England or deep fried in France or simply cremated in Auschwitz or Buchenwald along with Jews or communists is long gone and good riddance.
TABLE OF CONTENT
1. TOUCH OF PINK
2. TWIST INSIDE THE LIFE OF HUSTLERS – Gay version, Charles Dickens' classic Oliver Twist.
3. THE TWO OF US
4. THE TRUTH ABOUT ALEX
5. THAT’S WHAT I AM
6. SONG FOR A RAGGY BOY
7. THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (2)
8. SHOCK TREATMENT
9. QUEER AS FOLK (2)
10. ALAN BROWN – PRIVATE ROMEO – 2011
11. PRAYERS FOR BOBBY (MUST SEE, ESPECIALLY PARENTS WHO HAVE GAY SONS)
12. PORNOGRAPHY A THRILLER
13. PANSY DIVISION – TOTAL ENTERTAINMENT
14. PANSY DIVISION – THAT’S SO GAY
15. MULLIGANS – 2008
16. ROB WILLIAMS – MAKE THE YULETIDE GAY
17. LIKE IT IS
18. LATTER DAYS
19. ALMODOVAR – LA PIEL QUE HABITO (2) (French)
20. JET BOY
21. CLINT EASTWOOD – LEONARDO DI CAPRIO – J. EDGAR HOOVER (2) (English & French)
22. PETER PARNELL – HYDE IN HOLLYWOOD – 1991 – CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING
23. A HOME AT THE END OF THE WORLD
25. GET REAL
26. FARINELLI IL CASTRATO – 1994
27. EDGE OF SEVENTEEN
28. OSCAR WILDE – THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY – FILM 1973
29. CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD – CHRISTOPHER AND HIS KIND
31. BREAKFAST WITH SCOT
32. BEAUTIFUL THING
33. ADAM AND STEVE
34. LAURENCE ANYWAYS