Zacharie Boubli

Zacharie Boubli is a graduate from SciencesPo and Sorbonne University, member of Chôrôs, and is currently a PhD candidate at the French National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts, studying the rôle of speculative fiction in the invention of Air Politics in pre WWII France, under the supervision of Jean-Claude Runao-Borbalan and Michel Letté. He also worked in the popularization of History in radio shows and as a certified tour guide in Paris.

La Covid au prisme des minorités vulnérables Peer review

Enka BlanchardZacharie Boubli et Charlotte Lemaistre | 01.02.2021

The Covid-19 pandemic as a collective experience has brought certain minority experiences closer to the majority’s. The most obvious example have been the 2020 lockdowns, which has suddendly given able-bodied individuals the experience of the homeboundedness known to crips. Some other parallels constitute an unexpected positive impact of the pandemic, which has generally increased the level of solidarity in a common ordeal. Nevertheless, most pre-pandemic social vulnerabilities have perpetuated and even worsened. From proven correlations between one’s level of [...]