Isabelle Sommier is a professor of political sociology at the Université Paris-1-Panthéon-Sorbonne and a researcher at the Centre européen de sociologie et de science politique (CESSP).
Les auteurs ont constitué une base inédite de 6 000 épisodes de violence politique survenus de 1986 à nos jours. Leur approche, quantitative et narrative, portant sur une trentaine d'années, fait tomber nombre de présupposés du débat politico-médiatique.
De 1986 à nos jours
Isabelle Sommier, François Audigier
The history of May '68 was not only written in Paris and it was not only driven by students. In Marseille as well, upon which this book casts a unique glaze, other activists contributed to making the decade that followed the May explosion into a "golden age of struggle", and sometimes acting as a catalyst for events on the national level.
Olivier Fillieule, Isabelle Sommier
Forty years after May 1968, this work investigates the resurgence and the itinerary of the revolutionary violence of the extreme left in France, United States, Italy, Germany and Japan.
Revolutionary at 20, conservative at 60: is there truth in this old adage? Do our political attitudes change as we age? This work gives light to the ties between age, generation, life cycle and our political lives.
United Red Army, Koji Wakamatsu
Debate with Isabelle Sommier, the author of La Violence révolutionnaire.