Michel Étiévent

Michel Étiévent (born 10 July 1947) is a French journalist, historian and writer.

Michel Étiévent
Born (1947-07-10) 10 July 1947 (age 72)
NationalityFrench
OccupationJournalist, historian and writer

CareerEdit

Étiévent created collective writing projects in link with universities, schools, hospitals, jails, with support of the French Ministries of Education Culture, Justice and Health. He directed formation stages about the theme of writing, with professors, psychologists and educators.[1]

He worked under Ambroise Croizat, the Minister of Trade under Charles de Gaulle's government (1945–1947). He wrote two biographies.

On October 2013, with Annie Lacroix-Riz, he is boycotted at a colloquium about Ambroise Croizat organized by the Mairie de Paris.[2] They received the support of the M'PEP.[3]

BooksEdit

  • Ambroise Croizat, ou L'invention sociale : suivi de lettres de prisons, 1939–1941, Gap, La Ravoire, 1999.
  • Guy Môquet, J'aurais voulu vivre..., Gap, 2007.
  • Marcel Paul, Ambroise Croizat : chemins croisés d'innovation sociale, Gap, Challes-les-Eaux, 2008.
  • With Pierre Assouline, Marieke Aucante, Malika Bey-Durif, Anne Bihan, Jean-Noel Blanc, Olivia Cattan, Noelle Chatelet, Régine Detambel, Sylvie Fabre, Ali Fekih, Alain Freixe, Jean-Paul Gavard, Albane Gelle, Sylvie Germain, Sophie Girardeau, Patrick Grainville, Michel Layaz, Philippe Lefait, Françoise Lefevre, Elisabeth Motsch, Catherine Neykov, Pia Petersen, Arnauld Pontier, Patrick Ravella, Monique Romagny, Danièle Saint-Bois, and Jean-louis Serrano, Au nom de la fragilité. Des mots d'écrivains..[4]

FilmographyEdit

  • De mémoires d'ouvriers, 2011.[5]

See alsoEdit

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