After the 66-year-old director of the Science and Social Studies of the French College of Higher Education was removed from the Rwanda Commission, the report submitted to Macron confirmed his accusation of France’s responsibility in this “major event of the twentieth century.”
Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau (Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau) has been an accomplished historian until 2008. He is a historian, an international expert who has contributed to the restoration work, and his historiography is the craftsman and chairman of the Grand Gull History Museum in Perron (Somme). Almost perfect trajectory.
Agrégation, Ph.D., university professor, now 40 years old, has served as research director at the School of Social Sciences (EHESS) of the Ecole de Paris (EHESS) when he was less than 50 years old. Therefore, Mandarin was recognized by peers on the podium and questioned by the young guards of historians. “Everything went well for me”, In summary, this person is 66 years old.
Then he considered himself “French curator”. This may be true for family coquettish. His father Philippe Audoin (Philippe Audoin) is a surrealist writer. Her sister Joe and painter and novelist Fred Vargas are all painted on the left. However, behind the bourgeois-influenced varnish, scientific suspicion has never disappeared. “Basically, I don’t really believe in my political thoughts”, He has a bad temper.
He is happy to accept Germaine Tillion’s formula: “The human family does not have a national flag.” When he talked about faith, when he pointed silently and modestly at the sky, his blasphemy suddenly stopped. “I believe in transcendence.” Like the Mauriak or Bernanos, suppressed by this despicable and depressing morality, there is no doubt that he is no stranger to the struggle for the Tutsi genocide in Rwanda.
In his book on the subject, An enlightenment. Rwanda (1994-2016) (Seuil, 2017), Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau (Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau) quoted another Catholic writer, Charles Péguy: “You always have to say your opinion: first, you must always do this, which is more difficult, see What you see is what you get.” This instruction “Classical Historian” Applied it to myself when I first visited Rwanda in 2008. That year, he was invited to participate in two meetings held on the same date, one was to reach an agreement in New York, and the other was to be held in Kigali, unexpectedly.He chose the second one, but he doesn’t know that this stay will continue “Falling into his life”.
“Rwanda, in 1994, I took a picture, He recounted. What happened at the same time in the former Yugoslavia made me more interested and angry. The genocide of the Tutsi is completely black people killing each other. I said to myself: There is nothing we can do about it. The subconscious mind of racism is not far away. To me, it seems impossible for France to help carry out mass extinctions. I denied it. ” Ruthless self-criticism by researchers and citizens. However, both are undergoing reflection. In 1999, at a seminar in Paris, he was disturbed by the intervention of a Rwandan victim.
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