Teaching Staff

Thérèse Krempp

Holding degrees from the Sorbonne and the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS), Thérèse Krempp is a specialist of the First World War and the societal upheavals resulting from four years of war. Currently she is researching wartime discovery of difference and otherness, drawing on the model of military-scientific expeditions of the 19th century. A recognized expert in her field, Thérèse publishes her findings in specialized journals as well as being called upon for expertise in museum exhibits or publications for the general public.

Yauheni Kryzhanouski

Yauheni holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Strasbourg, with a specialization in comparative politics, European affairs and international relations. Yauheni is a researcher associated with the University of Strasbourg’s research institute SAGE (Society, Actors, and Government in Europe) as well as with the Study Center for Russian, Caucasian and Central European Societies (CERCEC) of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (Paris). He has taught at the University of Strasbourg, Sciences Po Strasbourg, and the European Humanities University (Vilnius). His research interests include protest and censure in contemporary authoritarian regimes, the role of European organizations, and the transnational dissemination of political practices.

Jean Zoungrana

Holding a doctorate in Philosophy as well as a degree in Social Sciences from the University of Strasbourg, Jean Zoungrana is Associate Professor in Social Science Research at the University of Strasbourg in the program “Social Practices and Development”. His research focuses on the sociology of knowledge as well as on social work, where he is currently conducting research on social policies and social intervention. He is also interested in forms of citizen participation. At IFE Jean teaches a course on issues and perspectives in contemporary French society.