Overview

Émeline Baudet is a researcher who works on themes of social cohesion and the commons in African and Latin American postcolonial literature.

Émeline Baudet studies cultural representations, contemporary African thinking, social cohesion and the commons, from a theoretical and conceptual perspective.

An alumnus of the École Normale Supérieure (ENS), Émeline Baudet holds a post-graduate diploma as a Professor in Classical Literature (2015). She was a lecturer at Rutgers University (New Jersey, USA), then a French teacher in two high schools in Kara (Togo), and taught Ancient Greek and Latin at the University of Kara. She also lectured at the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3. She is currently preparing a thesis on Comparative Literature at Paris 3 under a CIFRE contract with AFD.

In addition, Émeline Baudet is a volunteer in several projects led by associations with an ecological focus, including with the Campus de la Transition. She also works on concepts of teaching methods and the transmission of knowledge at this time of ecological and social transition.

Other publications
  • "L’Afrique redécouvre les communs: une lecture des enjeux fonciers ruraux au Mali", with M. Boche and S. Leyronas, L’Économie africaine, éd. La Découverte, coll. Repères, pp. 77-94 (2020)