Nadège Mézié is post-doctoral fellow PNPD at the University of Rio Grande do Sul (Porto Alegre/Brazil) and member of the CANTHEL laboratory. She is currently working on issues of extreme violence.
Hamid Mokaddem is aggregated in philosophy and doctor in anthropology and ethnology, one of the axes of his research in political anthropology focuses on futures and transformations of the trajectories of diverse actors in the Pacific, specifically in New Caledonia.
Abdellah Hammoudi was Professor at the Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco, and the first holder of the Faisal Visiting Professorship at Princeton. He was the founding director of the Institute for the Transregional Study of the Contemporary Middle East,
Frédéric Keck is Director of the department of research and education at the musée du quai Branly. Affiliated to the laboratory of social anthropology at the Collège de France, he leads the team « relationship men/animals: contemporary issues « (with Carole Ferret) and
Claude Calame is a swiss hellenist and anthropologist, author of works on mythology and the poetic forms of the ancient Greece. He is currently Director of studies at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris) and affiliated to the
Denis Kambouchner, Professor at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, is a specialist of Descartes (last book published: Descartes n’a pas dit, Les Belles-Lettres, 2015), and editor of the Œuvres Complètes by the same author (Gallimard-Tel, under publication). He is also the author of
Silvana Borutti teaches general philosophy. Her field of investigation covers, in particular, the field of the epistemology of the humanities, where Anthropology holds a wide place.
Remadjie Ngaroné is a doctor in ethnology, whose thesis entitled « Anthropology of the conflict in Guadeloupe. Construction of peripheral subjects » was conducted under the direction of Francis Affergan. Her research focuses on Caribbean identity, conflict, power and cultural heritages and communications relations
Pierre-Henri Castel is historian, philosopher of science and psychoanalyst. He is currently Director of research at the CNRS, Institut Marcel Mauss/EHESS, team LIER.
Christine Chivallon is both anthropologist and geographer, Director of research at the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique). Affiliated at the Research Center, LAM (Africas worldwide) in Sciences Po Bordeaux for more than 10 years where she founded a franco-jamaicain curriculum, she