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THE MEMBERS FROM THE COLLEGE OF POSSIBLE WORLDS
In the process of being set up, and very evolving, it is made up of personalities who define the major themes concerning the evolution of the world, invite speakers, pose a controversy. The members of the college take part in the work, each time, in appropriate forms (conference or animation of seminar, etc.).

Regis DEBRAY
French writer, philosopher and senior civil servant

Régis Debray is a writer and philosopher. He is the director of the magazine Medium and president of the honor of the European Institute of Religious Studies. Last published work Civilization (Gallimard, 2017).

JEAN FRANÇOIS COLOSIMO
Historian, essayist and theologian

Director of the Cerf editions. Lecturer at the Institute of St. Sergius Orthodox Theology, specialist in the Orthodox world and Eastern Christians since his essay The silence of the angels (Desclée De Brouwer). Last published work: Extra Men: The Curse of Eastern Christians (documents, Fayard, 2014). Forthcoming Blindness (Le Cerf, February 2018).

SYLVAIN BOURMEAU
Journalist and sociologist

Sylvain Bourmeau is a journalist, producer of The continuation in the ideas on France Culture and associate professor at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. He was deputy director of editorial Inrockuptibles that Libération, and participated in the creation of Mediapart.

MAEL Fox
Writer and philosopher

Maël Renouard is Associate of Philosophy, former student of the ENS Ulm. He taught at the University of Paris-I, as a teacher-trainer in Normandy and a temporary teaching and research attaché, then at the ENS Ulm. He is also a member of the Center for Literature, Philosophy and Morals (CRRLPM). He is a translator of Schnitzler and Nietzsche, former adviser to François Fillon, author of essays on Julien Gracq and Yves Bonnefoy. He won the December 2013 award for The Reformation of the Beijing Opera (Shores).

JOSEPH ZIMET
Director General of the Centennial Mission from 14-18

Historian, specialist in memory issues, Joseph Zimet worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Defense, where he was notably in charge of cultural policy and memory policy. After the drafting of a prefiguration report on the Centenary 14-18 given to the President of the Republic, he was appointed in 2012 Director General of the World War I Centennial Mission.

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