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Édouard Louis


Born
in Hallencourt , France
October 30, 1992

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Édouard Louis is a French writer born October 30, 1992. Édouard Louis, born Eddy Bellegueule, grew up in Hallencourt (Somme) before entering theater class at the Lycée Madeleine Michelis in Amiens. From 2008 to 2010 he was a delegate of the Amiens Academy to the National Council for High School Life, then studied history at the University of Picardy.

From 2011, he is pursuing sociology studies at the ENS in the rue d'Ulm. In 2013, he obtained a name change and became Édouard Louis.

The same year, he directed the collective work Pierre Bourdieu. Insubordination as a legacy to the PUF, a work in which Bourdieu's influence on critical thinking and on emancipation policies is analyzed. In March 2014, he announced that he would direct a collection
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« Politique, savoir, écriture ». Conférence avec Geoffroy de Lagasnerie à l’Université Lille 3 le 7 décembre.

Inventer une pensée « dysfonctionnelle ». Politique, savoir, écriture.


Conférence avec Geoffroy de Lagasnerie, à l’Université Lille 3, le jeudi 7 décembre à l’invitation de L’IRHIS – de 17h-19h, Amphi B7, Univ. Lille-SHS, Villenevue d’Ascq, métro Pont de Bois.


L’entrée est libre, ouvert à toutes et tous.


La page Fb de l’événement est disponible en cliquant ici.


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“For the ruling class, in general, politics is a question of aesthetics: a way of seeing themselves, of seeing the world, of constructing a personality. For us it was life or death.”
Édouard Louis, Qui a tué mon père

“Among those who have everything, I have never seen a family go to the seashore just to celebrate a political decision, because for them politics changes almost nothing. This is something I realized when I went to live in Paris, far away from you: the ruling class may complain about a left-wing government, they may complain about a right-wing government, but no government ever ruins their digestion, no government ever breaks their backs, no government ever inspires a trip to the beach. Politics never changes their lives, at least not much. What’s strange, too, is that they’re the ones who engage in politics, though it has almost no effect on their lives. For the ruling class, in general, politics is a question of aesthetics: a way of seeing themselves, of seeing the world, of constructing a personality. For us it was life or death.”
Édouard Louis, Qui a tué mon père

“The things we remember most clearly are always those that bring us shame.”
Édouard Louis, Histoire de la violence

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