Olivier Grojean

Lecturer in Political Science at Aix-Marseille University in delegation at the CNRS (CNRS-University of Excellence Chair)

Specialist of mobilizations and transnational

Adam Baczko

Phd candidate at the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS, Paris)

Researches comparatively the exercise of justice by armed movements and its political implications, carrying out fieldwork in Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq and Syria

Arthur Quesnay

PhD candidate in Political science at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University (Paris-1)

Research focuses on Kurdish political parties in Iraq, as well as on the Libyan insurgency

Elise Massicard

Director of the Observatory of the Turkish Political Life (OVIPOT - Observatoire de la Vie Politique Turque)

Coordinates the pole of Contemporary Studies at the IFEA

Benjamin Gourisse

Lecturer in Sociology Science at Paris-Dauphine University

Research topics in Turkey's political sociology and sociology of political parties and public action

Nicole Watts

Professor in the Dept. of Political Science of San Francisco State University

Research interests include ethnopolitical and national movements, state-society relations, protest and dissent, and Kurdish politics and mobilization, particularly in Iraq and Turkey

Peter Harling

Project Director in Iraq, Lebanon and Syria for International Crisis Groups

Senior Middle East and North Africa Adviser

Jean-François Pérouse

Lecturer in Political Science at Toulouse-II University

Director of the IEFA