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Laroche, Hadrien



Hadrien Laroche is the author of The Last Genet, A Writer in Revolt (2010.) Under the direction of Jacques Derrida, he completed his PhD at the Ecole des Hautes Études in Social Science. He has published essays on Paul Cézanne and Marcel Duchamp and is the founder of La Revue l'Immature Littérature.

Laroche was a cultural envoy in Tel-Aviv, Israel, consultant for the cultural department at l'UNESCO in Paris, ambassador of cultural activities and cooperation’s in Vancouver and most recently a cultural consultant at the French embassy in Dublin. 

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The Late Genet: Symposium 3

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11am - 4pm The Space Free In 1970 Genet entered the US illegally to campaign alongside the...
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Hadrien Laroche, The Last Genet (1968-1986)

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