Jean-Louis Trintignant

Jean-Louis Xavier Trintignant is a French actor. He won the Best Actor Award at the 1969 Cannes Film Festival as well as the Best Actor Award at the César Awards 2013. Trintignant was born in Piolenc, France, the son of Claire and Raoul Trintignant, an industrialist. At the age of twenty, Trintignant moved to Paris to study drama, made his theatrical debut in 1951 going on to be seen as one of the most gifted French actors of the post-war era. After touring in the early 1950s in several theater productions, his first motion picture appearance came in 1955 and the following year he gained stardom with his performance opposite Brigitte Bardot in Roger Vadim's And God Created Woman. Trintignant's acting was interrupted for several years by mandatory military service. After serving in Algiers, he resumed his work in film, he had the leading male role in A Man and a Woman, which at the time was the most successful French film screened in the foreign market. In Italy, he was always dubbed into Italian, he worked with Italian directors including Sergio Corbucci in The Great Silence, Valerio Zurlini in Violent Summer and The Desert of the Tartars, Ettore Scola in La terrazza, Bernardo Bertolucci in The Conformist, Dino Risi in The Easy Life.

Throughout the 1970s, Trintignant starred in numerous films, in 1983 he made his first English-language feature film, Under Fire. Following this, he starred in François Truffaut's final film, Confidentially Yours, reprised his best-known role in the sequel A Man and a Woman: 20 Years Later. In 1994, he starred in Three Colors: Red. Though he takes an occasional film role, he has, as of late, been focusing on his stage work. After a 14-year gap, Trintignant came back on screen for Michael Haneke's film Amour. Haneke sent Trintignant the script, written for him. Trintignant said he chooses which films he works in on the basis of the director, said of Haneke that "he has the most complete mastery of the cinematic discipline, from technical aspects like sound and photography to the way he handles actors". On 20 July 2018 Trintignant announced his retirement from cinema, but in March 2019 he accepted a role in Claude Lelouch's film Les plus belles annees d'une vie, a follow-up to Un homme et une femme and its sequel Un homme et une femme, 20 ans dejà.

Trintignant comes from a wealthy family. He is the nephew of racecar driver Louis Trintignant, killed in 1933 while practising on the Péronne racetrack in Picardy. Another uncle, Maurice Trintignant, was a Formula One driver who twice won the Monaco Grand Prix as well as the 24 hours of Le Mans. Raised in and around automobile racing, Trintignant was the natural choice of film director Claude Lelouch for the starring role of a racecar driver in the 1966 film A Man and a Woman, he suffered a leg injury from a motorcycle accident in June 2007. His first wife was actress Stéphane Audran, his second wife, Nadine Marquand, was an actress and director. They had three children: Vincent Trintignant and Marie Trintignant. At age 17 Marie performed in La terrazza alongside her father and became a successful actress, she was killed at the age of 41 by her boyfriend, singer Bertrand Cantat, in a hotel room in Vilnius, Lithuania. Trintignant is good friends with Anouk Aimée, it was he who recommended Aimée to Lelouch for the female lead in a Woman.

1968 – Silver Bear for Best Actor for The Man Who Lies 1969 – Cannes Award for Best Actor for Z 1972 – David di Donatello – Special Award 2012 – European Film Awards – Best Actor for Amour 2013 – César Award – Best Actor for AmourTrintignant was nominated to receive the César five times: in 1987, 1995, 1996, 1999, in 2013. Jean-Louis Trintignant biography on Jean-Louis Trintignant on IMDb Jean-Louis Trintignant at New Wave Film

Jon Bridgman

Jon Bridgman was an American historian and a professor emeritus of the University of Washington. Bridgman, a graduate of Stanford University, former USN gunnery officer on a destroyer, received his doctorate from Stanford University in 1961 and spent his entire teaching career at the University of Washington, his particular area of expertise was modern European history. He was the recipient of the university's Distinguished Teaching Award in 1973, his popularity as a speaker earned him a position lecturing to the annual meeting of the UW Alumni Association from 1987 to 2002, the alumni have rewarded his retirement by donating funds to endow the Jon Bridgman Professorship in History at the University of Washington. He taught classes on topics related to his own Past and Present Society, a club for students of history and Bridgman enthusiasts; as a historical writer, he published several works such as The Revolt of the Hereros and The End of the Holocaust: The Liberation of the Camps. Bridgman, Jon..

The Revolt of the Hereros. Berkeley: University of California Press. Bridgman, Jon; the End of the Holocaust: The Liberation of the Camps. Areopagitica Press. An article on Bridgman's retirement and the creation of the endowed professorship "Upon Reflection: Understanding History". UW TV. 1987. An interview of Jon Bridgman on the topic of history. A documentary narrated by Bridgman

Jönköping University

Jönköping University is a Swedish university college located in the city Jönköping in Småland, Sweden. Jönköping University is a member of the European University Association and The Association of Swedish Higher Education, SUHF. Jönköping University is one of three Swedish private institutions of higher education with the right to award doctoral degrees in certain areas such as social sciences. Jönköping University operates on the basis of an agreement with the Government of Sweden and conforms to national degree regulations and quality requirements; the university is organized as a corporate group with non-profit Jönköping University Foundation as the parent organization and five wholly owned subsidiaries. Jönköping University conducts research and offers undergraduate studies, graduate studies, doctoral studies and contract education through four schools: Jönköping International Business School School of Education and Communication Jönköping School of Engineering School of Health and Welfare Jönköping University Campus is situated in the city centre of Jönköping, on the western shore of the lake Munksjön and not far from the south shore of the lake Vättern, about five minutes walk from the Central Station.

1897: The first nursing students received their degree qualifications in Jönköping by Jönköping County. 1947: An elementary-school teacher's training college was established in Jönköping. 1963: A pre-school teacher's training college started in Jönköping. 1968: The elementary-school teacher's training college becomes "Jönköping Teacher School" and moves house to Västra Torget. The county's central school for the caring profession moves to new premises on Munksjö beach and in 1971 changes its name to "Munksjö School". 1970: The Institute for Gerontology and the "Ortos" Laboratory were started by Jönköping County, they became part of the School of Health Sciences. 1975: Higher Vocational Education started in Jönköping. 1977: Reform of Swedish higher education. Jönköping University College is set up as a state university college; the "Jönköping Teacher School" and the pre-school teacher's training college merged into the university. A two-year economic education started, become three-year in 1978; the Communication Officer programme started this year, it became the Media and Communication programme.

Some of the caring programmes at the Munksjö School become university programmes. 1979: First international student exchange. 1981: Single subject courses relocated to the municipalities in the county. 1983: The Munksjö School starts a Prosthetics and Orthotics programme, focus: orthopedic technician, still now the only in its kind in Sweden. 1987: The Munksjö School's university educations within the health sector are renamed the School of Health Sciences. 1988: First engineering programme starts at Jönköping University College. 1994: Jönköping University Foundation was founded, with three schools. A joint faculty for the three schools is founded and the first right to award master's degrees are given to Jönköping University. Host company activities start at Jönköping International Business School and the School of Engineering. 1995: Jönköping University is given the right to award doctorates in four business school subjects. Research education is started at Jönköping International Business School.

1996: The first professors' inauguration at Jönköping University. Organized support for student business ventures is started by two students. 1997: The new campus is opened which includes the President's Office, Jönköping International Business School and University Services. In 1998 the School of Engineering moves to campus. First doctoral thesis defence. 1999: First conferment of doctoral degree at Jönköping University. The School of Health Sciences is given the right to award degrees in Social Science. 2000: The School of Education and Communication's new building stands ready. 2001: Education in vocational education is started at the School of Education and Communication. Science Park Jönköping opens near the university and takes over, among other things, the support of student enterprises. 2002: The School of Health Sciences becomes the fourth school within Jönköping University. The Students' House is opened. 2004: The university is given the right to award doctorates within the Humanities and Social Sciences.

First international scientific magazine published in Jönköping, the Journal of Media Business Studies. 2005: The University Library is named Library of the Year in Sweden. 2007: 1 January 2007 Ingenjörshögskolan is reorganized as Tekniska Högskolan i Jönköping. The name is not changed in English. A long term collaboration with Chalmers and KTH is set up. 2010: The university is given the right to award Licentiate and Doctoral Degrees in Engineering, research area: Industrial Production, Machine design and manufacturing processes, Production systems. 2011: The first fee-paying international students from countries outside the EU/EEA are welcomed to Jönköping University. 2013: The university’s sports centre, Campus Arena, is inaugurated.2015: As the first business faculty in Sweden, Jönköping International Business School received both AACSB and EQUIS accreditation. Jönköping University offers courses and study programmes taught in English. Education is within the fields of health, social work, education and communication studies, technology and engineering as well as economics and informatics.

Jönköping University offers courses and study programmes taught in English on all three levels: Bachelor and Doct