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Christophe Vallee

Guest at the 2017 Books & Music Festival

Christophe Vallée was unanimously elected to the jury of the youngest Doctor of France in Sorbonne in philosophy at the age of 23 under the direction of Jean Toussaint Desanti, and winner of the foundation for the promotion vocation Yves Coppens Collège de France . He taught at the International College of Philosophy at the invitation of Jacques Derrida then lived in the Comoros archipelago, Mayotte, Reunion Island, Mauritius, Hungary with missions to Madagascar, India, South Africa, Denmark, the Czech Republic…
Doctor of university, he is currently Associate Professor of Philosophy in higher education in Île-de-France. For the past fifteen years, he has alternated books, novels, essays, including a common preface with Jean Marie Le Clézio (Nobel Prize in Literature), articles, conferences on philosophy and literature in Africa, in the Indian Ocean, in central and eastern Europe at the French Institute, in the University as well as in France. His latest novel The forbidden lover, published in 2014 by Ipagination, is prefaced by Ananda Devi.