Dominique Avon is Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Maine and director of CERHIO. Having graduated in Arabic at the INALCO, he specialised in the comparative study of religions. He is co-director with John Tolan (University of Nantes) of the Institut du pluralisme religieux et de l’athéisme (IPRA); he is also coordinator of the project DCIE (Dynamiques citoyennes en Europe) and of the thematic community Histoire euro-méditerranéenne. He has published: Vingtième Siècle 130, avril-juin 2016, Presse de Science Po.
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