• The evolution of University: the relationship between professor and student since the ’68 movement; the fall of De Gaulle and the ’68 movement: the reform of the university; sociology of the university in the last 50 years; humanities programs in universities since May 1968: the magazine Tel Quel.
  • The Classics and the reformulation of established paradigms: ¿why the Classics?: the need to know Ancient Greece to build a better future; Roman influence on Antiquity and the modern world; the value of humanities on educational systems.
  • The role of university: university and truth; university and Christianity; Newman and the Idea of a University; Benedict XVI and the role of universities: from Ratisbona to WYD; Saint Josemaria and the university; the university protests during 1968.
  • The origin of the ’68 movement: the idea of person during the protests of 1968; Christianity and the ideology of the ’68 movement; the loss of reference points: Paris at the ¨Forbiden to forbid¨ movement; human freedom and the ’68: mobilizations in Europe and in the East; freedom, Christianity and the Praga spring; 1968, Chrsitianity and the crisis of communism; pacifism and Christianity.
  • Literature and revolution: the nostalgic literature of the ’68; the link between the ’68 movement and the dystopias of the XXI century: from the idea of revolution to the Hunger Games; the phenomenon of the teen dystopic novel.
  • Youth, rebelliousness and cinema: the image of youth in the cinema.