Associate Research Fellow, North America Program
- Political philosophy
- Political and cultural history of the United States
Anne-Lorraine Bujon is an Associate Research Fellow of Ifri's North America Program. Trained at Ecole Normale Supérieure and holding the highest degree offered by French universities ("agrégation") in English, Anne-Lorraine Bujon is the editor-in-chief of the periodical Esprit since 2016.
Mormonism has been making headlines ever since Mitt Romney declared his candidacy to the White House. This 19th century American-born religion puts forth a set of values that is both original and strong. A better understanding of these values is necessary as Mormonism develops both inside and...
Since the beginning of 2009, conservatism in America has morphed into a spontaneous and decentralized form called the Tea Party Movement. Anne-Lorraine Bujon, a distinguished commentator on U.S. policy and society, analyses this new phase in American history.
Anne lorraine Bujon, associate research fellow at Ifri, answers Laurence Nardon about Mormonism in the United States which seems to have entered a new chapter of its history with the presidential candidacy of Mitt Romney....