Christophe Vallée

Invited to the Books & Music Festival 2017

Christophe Vallée was unanimously elected by the jury chaired by Jean Toussaint Desanti Plus jeune Docteur de France en Sorbonne en philosophie (Youngest Doctor of Philosophy in France at the Sorbonne University) and was laureate of Fondation de la vocation promotion Yves Coppens Collège de France. He has been teaching at the Collège international de philosophie under invitation by Jacques Derrida, then he has been living in the Comoros Islands, Mayotte, Réunion, Mauritius, in Hungary, and has been working in Madagascar, India, Southern India, Denmark and Czech Republic and more countries.
University Doctor, he is currently qualified teacher in higher education schools of Île-de-France. For the latest fifteen years, he has been publishing books, novels, essays; he wrote a preface with Jean Marie Le Clézio (Nobel Prize for Literature), then articles; he gave philosophy and literature lectures in Africa, in the islands of the Indian Ocean, in Central and Eastern Europe at the Institut Français and universities, and also in France. His latest novel titled L’amante interdite was published in 2014 under Éditions Ipagination and was prefaced by Ananda Devi.