International Relations, Culture and Politics
Edited By Emmanuel Godin and Natalya Vince
Notes on Contributors 345
Notes on Contributors Gérald Arboit is research director of the Centre Français de Recherche sur la Renseignement. He holds a PhD in contemporary history from the University of Strasbourg. He is a consultant to France’s Ministry of Foreign Af fairs, as part of the Mediterranean Cultural Workshop (2008–11), and to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. The author of several books and articles, he also teaches at various universities in France. Manar Ezzat Bayoumi was awarded her PhD in economics by Cairo University in 2009. Her research centred on climate change in the Mediterranean, with a focus on actors, strategy and representation. She is currently a researcher at the Institute of Agricultural Economics, Cairo. Mary Ben Bonham is an assistant professor in the Department of Architecture and Interior Design at Miami University, Ohio. In her teach- ing and research, she investigates contemporary buildings as manifestations of culture that incorporate evolving building technologies. Having worked as an architectural intern in Paris, she has a special interest in the relation- ship between building technology and culture in France. Andrea Brazzoduro holds a PhD from ‘La Sapienza’ University of Rome and the University of Paris X (2011). His book on French Veterans of the Algerian War of Independence is to be published in 2012 (Soldati senza causa in una guerra senza nome, Roma-Bari: Laterza). Beyond Francophone studies, his research interests include the history of colonialism, the anthro- pology of war and violence, the history of memory, oral history and post-...
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