With a background in continental philosophy from France, I went on to study analytical philosophy in the United Kingdom. In my doctoral thesis in critical theory I combined both to research the role played by different forms of socialisation in the reproduction of structural dominations. Here at the Centre for Social Critique, I focus on the ways in which social movements may build spaces of emancipatory resocialisation in their struggle against oppression. I have two papers forthcoming this fall (2022), one on the 2020 antiracist protests in Paris in the Cahiers de la Lutte contre les Discriminations, and one on commodity fetishism in the Journal of Social Philosophy.
October 2022 – July 2023