The 3rd Imaginaires stratégiques prize on newsstands this month. The 3rd Imaginaires stratégiques prize has been awarded to Lydie AUTHIER for "A la fin, c'est la nuit qui gagne" (In the end, it's the night that wins), which will be published in issue 161 of DSI magazine in September/October. This short story describes how the cohesion of a close-knit group collapses when it [...]
Our jury decided to award three short stories this year. The 3rd prize for Imaginaires stratégiques went to Lydie AUTHIER for "A la fin, c'est la nuit qui gagne" ("In the end, it's the night that wins"). This short story describes how the cohesion of a close-knit group breaks down when it is subjected to severe insecurity. The jury rewarded an effective plot [...]
The jury of the Imaginaires stratégiques has chosen to reward 4 works for its first edition.
Winner of the 2016 Goncourt Prize for Chanson Douce, Leïla Slimani is the author of a number of novels and essays exploring gender relations, cross-breeding and the various forms of domination. Her sensitivity to injustice and her love of the French language are the driving forces behind her writing, and one of the reasons [...].
Virginie Tournay, bronze medal winner from the CNRS, joins the IHEDN's Imaginaires Stratégiques jury
Director of research at Sciences Po and winner of the CNRS bronze medal, Virginie Tournay combines an academic career with a literary vocation, as demonstrated by the publication in 2019 of Civilisation 0.0. In this work of fiction set in 2062, she portrays the risks of a breakdown in artificial intelligence that would jeopardise [...].
Alexis Jenni is the author of a number of novels, essays and biographies, often reflecting on the construction of our memories and the place of past conflicts in our collective unconscious. In 2013, he contributed to the collective work Le monde au XXIIe siècle : Utopies pour après-demain (PUF), in which a number of researchers attempt to imagine the [...]