Jann-Marc Rouillan

 
Jann-Marc Rouillan (Jean-Marc Rouillan, born 1952 in Auch, France) is a writer and political activist (MIL, GARI, Action directe).
 
Jann-Marc Rouillan - Le rat empoisonné
2014
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
The last volume of the journal of political activist Jann-Marc Rouillan after his prison release.
Jann-Marc Rouillan - Le tricard - Chronique du dehors d\'un interdit de séjour
2013
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
Political activist Jann-Marc Rouillan chronicles his life on parole after 25 years in prison. With illustrations by Marie-Claire Cordat.
Jann-Marc Rouillan - Autopsie du dehors - Carnet d\'été d\'un relégué sous surveillance électronique
2012
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
This notebook recounts Jann-Marc Rouillan's first months outside of jail. The political activist and former member of Action directe shares his encounters with the people of Marseille and his thoughts on today's society. With illustrations by Marie-Claire Cordat.
Jann-Marc Rouillan - Contre-attaques - Perspective Jean-Marc Rouillan
2011
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
This second issue brings together contributions reflecting on the political commitment and literary work of Jean-Marc Rouillan, and shedding light on three of Rouillan's most important influences today: philosophers Daniel Bensaïd and Henri Lefebvre, and activist Pierre Goldman (with contributions by Véronique Bergen, Charles Pennequin, Julien Blaine, Rada Ivekovic, Pierre Linguanotto, Laurence Denimal, Stéphane Nowak Papantoniou…).


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