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Liza Kharoubi Echenique is an Affiliate Professor, “Agrégée” of English Studies, and obtained her PhD from the Sorbonne University in Paris in 2007. Her research crosses artistic performance, contemporary philosophy and the business environment. Among her most recent publications, she wrote an article on theatre and ethics, which was published by the PUPS in their peer-reviewed journal “Sillages Critiques”. She also published in the journal Outre-Mers a study on contemporary Fijian society and is deeply interested in South Pacific literature.

Before being appointed at HEC, she taught at the University of Sheffield, England, at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, at the University of Paris-Sorbonne, France, in Exeter College, Oxford, at the University of Kent, Canterbury, and at the University of Avignon. Her classes included Philosophy and Theatre, Business English, Creative Writing, Public Speaking, Ethics and Literature, Digital Theatre.

She participated in the Mellon Summer School for researchers at Harvard University and co-organized an international symposium “Theatre Performance Philosophy” at the Sorbonne University in Paris in June 2014. She currently pursues an MBA at HEC and was recently certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

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