Louise Peltzer is a French Polynesian politician, former government minister, and linguist.
She was the Minister for Culture, Higher Education and Research for French Polynesia for six years. In 2005, Peltzer was elected president of the University of French Polynesia; she was re-elected for a second term in 2009.
In 2011 Peltzer was accused of plagiarism; specifically, she was accused of having published material in 2000 which was taken from a book written by Umberto Eco. She resigned her position at the university in June of the same year.
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