★ 巴黎漫步: 科学家玛丽亚·居里和皮埃尔·居里 - 谨以此文献给丁子霖以及所有的天安门母亲

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巴黎漫步: 科学家玛丽亚·居里和皮埃尔·居里
谨以此文献给丁子霖女士以及所有的“天安门母亲”,祝你们健康长寿

Paris Bijoux: Scientifiques Marie Curie & Pierre Curie
- Dédié à Mme Ding Zilin et tous les "Mères de Tiananmen Square", vous souhaite à tous bonne santé et longevous

Parigi Titbits: Scienziati Marie Curie e Pierre Curie
- Dedicato alla Signora Ding Zilin e tutti "Madre piazza Tiananmen", desidero salutare tutti voi e longevous

Paris Titbits: Scientists Marie Curie & Pierre Curie
- Dedicated to Ms. Zilin Ding and all "Mother Tiananmen Square", wish you all healthy and longevous

作者:今日雨果



科学家居里夫妇生平介绍(位于灵墓正对面)
L'introduction des scientifiques couple Mme et M. Curie (vis-à-vis leurs tombeaux)
Introduction of Scientist Couple Ms & Mr. Curie (opposite to their Tombs)


科学家居里夫妇灵墓
Tombeaux de Mme et de M. Curie de couples de scientifiques
Tombs of Scientist Couple Ms & Mr. Curie



仰望先贤堂,宏伟的列柱廊上方,三角楣上镶嵌着法国祖国女神为伟人们配戴桂冠的浮雕。
横梁上镌刻的一句话令人热血澎湃:‘伟人们,祖国感念你们!’(Aux Grands Hommes La Patrie Reconnaissante
Panthéon
Pantheon


先贤堂,200838“三·八”妇女节(友情照片取自亿维网,谢谢)[2]
Panthéon ( Photo de courtoisie de Web )
Pantheon ( Courtesy photo from Web )


光荣、可敬的非传统的圣贤
Honorables, Peu-Orthodoxe Sauge
Honorable,
Unorthodox Sage

致敬!
Salut!
Salute!

摄影日期:20065
Photo Date : Mai 2006
Photo Date: May 2006

摄影地点:巴黎,先贤堂
Photo Lieu de rendez-vous : Paris, Panthéon
Photo Venue : Paris, Pantheon


后记
Post-scriptum
Poscritto
Postscript

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参考文献
Référence
Riferimento
Reference

[1]
玛丽·居里
维基百科,自由的百科全书
http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/玛丽·居里

[2]
Obsessive Genius The Inner World of Marie Curie
Author: Barbara Goldsmith
《痴迷的天才:玛丽·居里的内心世界》
作者:芭芭拉·歌德史密斯)
http://www.wwnorton.com/catalog/fall04/005137.htm

[3]
Ada Lovelace Day: Pantheon of Women

Tuesday, March 24, 2009 by Billy

[I have not found the time to write a blog about Marie Skłodowska Curie, as I thought of doing within the context of Ada Lovelace Day. I will use a subterfuge then: on March 8, 2008, for the International Women's Day, I posted an entry on my defunct blog on Yahoo! 360° that dealt with nine French Women who would deserve to rest in the Panthéon in Paris. The entry disappeared with that blog. Here it is again in this one. Granted, most of the women celebrated were not involved in technology. Yet everyone of them, each in her field, can be considered 'female role models' undoubtedly.]

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The Panthéon — Paris, 8 March 2008

The Panthéon — Paris, 8 March 2008

I must say I am divided about the International Women's Day, celebrated every March 8th. I certainly agree women are still not considered equal to men in a lot of countries, for cultural and religious reasons. Even in western countries, there is no fair equality between genders in many fields, salaries especially.
On the other hand, I don't believe a yearly celebration can change the way men consider women, or make a religion evolves. I find it cheaply gives people clear conscience sometimes: one
Women's Day a year, and 364 (365 even, this year) uncelebrated Men's Days...
Anyway... I went to the Panthéon this morning to see the portraits of nine French female figureheads displayed on its facade to celebrate Women's Day, and take pictures myself.
Le Panthéon is a neoclassical monument on the top of the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève, in the 5th arrondissement of Paris. It was originally built as a church dedicated to
St. Genevieve, the patron of the city. It is now the burial place for 'French National Heroes' (Pantheon in Greek means 'All the Gods'). The inscription in letters of gold above the entrance reads AUX GRANDS HOMMES LA PATRIE RECONNAISSANTE (To the great men [from] the grateful homeland).
The word
Men here is supposed to mean Human beings, yet among the 73 honoured people buried here, there is only one woman, Marie Curie. Although it was definitely theoretical, I was interested to see which women the Parisian elites had considered deserving enough to be next to Mirabeau, Voltaire and Hugo. Here they are.

ImageSimone de Beauvoir (1908-1986philosopher and writer). An existentialist, she lived with Jean-Paul Sartre for several decades. She was among the most influential intellectuals in the second half of 20th century. Her book The second sex is regarded as a major feminist book.

ImageColette (1873-1954writer). Her literary talent was first exploited by her hu*****and Willy, but she became emancipated... and scandalous for a time (music-hall shows and overt affairs with men and women). She published around 50 novels, one can divide into idyllic natural tales and dark struggles in relationships and love.

ImageMarie Curie (1867-1934Physicist) Born in Poland, Maria Skłodowska went to Paris aged 24 to study and became a naturalized French. At the Sorbonne, she met and married Pierre Curie. She won the Nobel Prize twice: in Physics in 1903 (discovery of radioactivity) and Chemistry in 1911 (discovery of Radium and Polonium).

ImageCharlotte Delbo (1913-1985resistance fighter). She was arrested by the Nazis in 1942 and sent to Auschwitz concentration camp. She was one of the 49 women who survived. She wrote several books about it, including a biography of every prisoner who was with her in the convoy to Auschwitz.

ImageMaria Deraismes (1828-1894politician and freemason). A figurehead of feminism, she was a republican (i.e. not royalist), antireligious politician. In 1893, she co-founded the first International Order of Mixed Freemasonry, advocating equality between women and men, Le Droit Humain.

ImageOlympe de Gouges (1748-1793politician). She is regarded as one of the first French feminists. In her Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen, she challenged the practice of male authority and the notion of male-female inequality. She was executed by guillotine during the Reign of Terror.

ImageLouise Michel (1830-1905politician). A revolutionary and an anarchist, she was active during the Paris Commune as an ambulance woman. After the Versaillais won, she was sentenced to deportation in New-Caledonia. She returned to Paris 7 years later and preached the revolution until her death, despite several stays in jail and exile in London.

ImageGeorge Sand (1804-1876writer) Born Aurore Dupin, she decided to take a male nick to be more easily published. She would dress as a man, smoke the pipe, ride like a man, yet she had tumultuous liaisons with Alfred de Musset and Frédéric Chopin. She was a feminist, asking for women's right to divorce and equality in civil rights.

ImageSolitude (1772-1802fighter against slavery). In 1794, the revolution freed this mulatto slave. When Napoléon Bonaparte restored slavery in 1802, Solitude rose up in arms although she was pregnant. She was wounded, captured and sentenced to death. Her hanging was delayed until the day after she gave birth. Slavery in France was abolished for good in 1848 only.



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