Zask, Joëlle


Joëlle Zask teaches philosophy at the university of Aix- Marseille. An expert on Jown Dewey and social philosophy, she studies the conditions of divided democratic cultures. Her subject matter allows her to touch upon many different areas: education, agriculture, economics, art, public policy and, of course, ecology. She has written several books, including La Démocratie aux champs (La Découverte, 2016) and Quand la forêt brûle, winner of the Pétrarque France Culture Prize 2020 (Premier Parallèle).