Julia Grosse and Yvette Mutumba breathe new life into the world of contemporary art: based in Berlin, they design exhibitions and founded the magazine Contemporary And, a demanding print and digital publication whose aim is to “connect cultures”.
Senegalese historian Mamadou Diouf skilfully explains the political and societal changes in Africa. In his numerous books he breaks down disciplines and proposes an analysis that is both historical, sociological and anthropological.
Director of the Medialab at Sciences Po, sociologist Dominique Cardon is also a member of the Scientific Council for Wikimédia France, the Editorial Committee for the journal “Réseaux” and the CNIL Foresight Committee. His research and publications have established his reputation as an expert on...
Specialising in the youth and events of May 1968, historian Ludivine Bantigny explores the relationship of civil societies with political spheres in order to imagine what the power of tomorrow might look like.
A renowned professor of geography specialising in the spatial, Michel Lussault questions, in his latest works, globalisation and the creation of new urban spaces which he describes as "hyper-locations".
He has launched several companies, opened a restaurant and created a festival for digital culture : the versatile Afif Riahi has embarked on an extraordinary mediation project over the past two years, travelling through Tunisia to demonstrate its cultural wealth : No Logo.
Known as a thinker on the Enlightenment and modernity, Michaël Fœssel feeds public discourse with his philosophical essays on unusual subjects. From intimacy to night-time, he spots politics in unexpected places.
Pap Ndiaye is a specialist in the social history of the United States and minorities, and has just been appointed head of the Musée national de l’histoire de l’immigration (National Museum of the History of Immigration) in Paris. The historian wishes to make this museum a place of calm debate around...