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We present the II Premi Mediterrani Albert Camus Incipiens, a prize focused on journalistic creation and research in its utter Camusian sense; where journalism does not serve those who present the story, but gives voice to those who are the story.

Nominations were submitted by Mediterranean colleagues who are experts and connoisseurs of investigative journalism in their respective countries: Mustapha Benfodil, Nathalie Galesne, Blanca Garcés, Cathy Kattar, Erri de Luca, Martine Matthieu Job, Jessica Murray, Silvia Omedes (Photographic Social Vision), Christian Pheline, Bertan Selim, Agnès Spiquel, Juan Valbuena, the Association of Investigative Journalists, and the Association of Journalists of the Balearic Islands.

Behind the nominated projects are twenty emerging journalists (Manuel Aguilera, Ghayyan Al Amine, Mohamed Mahdy, Fabiola Barranco, Federica Araco, Marco Carmigan, Mireia Comas, Sara Creta, Rehab Eldalil, Nada Harib, Hicham Houdaïfa, Javier Jennings Mozo, Jordi Jon, Yohanne Lamoulère, Faris Lounis, Mohamed Mahdy, Arturo Martín Varas, Lina Meskine, Sara Montesinos, Ager Oueslati, Ferida Pacha and Marianne Roux) from ten countries (Algeria, Egypt, Spain, France, Italy, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey) who follow, in their research and work, the ethos that Albert Camus brought to the world of journalism.

The vast majority of these projects focus on people, on details, on the individual’s name, and on concrete local facts, so that each story is a fractal of the whole problem that is reflected within it. These are methods of storytelling that are the antitheses of headlines and statistics. Here we delve into the meaning of each tragedy suffered amid the helplessness of war, exile, orphan-hood, or the disappearance of your home, your village, and its people.

For as long as there has been human history, the circumstances of the world have made these empathetic, intimate and moving voices necessary, voices that arise alongside the defeated, giving clarity to the hope for change in lives subsumed by injustice and unreason.

Only thus is it possible for journalism to be «the most beautiful profession in the world».


Candidates Incipiens


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Federica

Araco

Les lieux de l’absence. Les villages fantômes de Calabre, entre abandon et renaissances 

City of residence: Rome
Country of origin: Italy

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Federica Araco (Italy, 1980) is a journalist, editor and translator. She deals with topics related to human rights, migration phenomena, gender issues, and sustainable development, focusing on concrete realities such as Kurdish refugees and asylum seekers in Rome, or Moldovan domestic workers and helpers.

This project focuses on the ghost towns of Calabria, one of the regions most affected by the worrisome phenomenon of dramatic depopulation. Villages emptied of their inhabitants or at risk of being so, and always excluded from industrial production and tourism itineraries. This relentless exodus has eradicated entire communities, broken emotional ties, and dispersed knowledge, myths, and age-old rituals across the globe.

Through interviews, portraits and narrative, the project aims to give voice to those who have left this territory, recently and in the past, and to those who have decided to remain or return, demonstrating courage and resilience.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #abandonedvillages #calabria #diaspora


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Manuel

Aguilera

Sirenas en el paraíso 

City of residence: Palma (Mallorca)
Country of origin: Spain

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Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Manuel Aguilera (Spain, 1978) is a journalist and researcher of the Spanish Civil War. An author of numerous articles on the subject, he now undertakes an in-depth investigation of the first region in history to suffer systematic bombing of its civilian population from the air, the Balearic Islands. Today’s Palma airport was a strategic location where Mussolini created a crucial military base for domination of the entire Spanish Levant, decisive in the victory of the rebels against the Second Republic and from whence he carried out savage bombing raids on Artá (Mallorca), Menorca, Ibiza, and the entire Spanish eastern coast.

«This research aims to give visibility to these innocent victims for the first time; to share their names and surnames, and to get to know their personal histories. In addition, photographic material about these events (both the civilian population and the pilots themselves took pictures) will be compiled)».

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #spanishcivilwar #francoism #balearicislands #bombings


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Ghayyan

Al Amine

My mother in time 

City of residence: Doha
Country of origin: Lebanon

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Photography
PROJECT PHASE:
Not started

 

Ghayyan Al Amine (Beirut, 1982) is a television director and filmmaker by profession and a photographer by passion, a language in which he has developed numerous award-winning projects.

The project he presents here starts from the intimate, from the family, from the mother as a figure showing Beirut in the background, and beyond that, Lebanon, and even the Middle East. Traces of the past, its wounds and losses, in a mother’s vital narrative, will be echoed in traces of the past in houses, objects and tombs, emblematic of social and historic turmoil.

«Beirut and its history will be an essential part of the project, as my mother has spent most of her life in this bittersweet city brimming with life, death, and everything in between».

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #beirut #lebanon #lifestories


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Fabiola

Barranco

Los lugares del exilio

City of residence: Madrid
Country of origin: Spain

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Fabiola Barranco Riaza (Spain, 1989) has a degree in Journalism and a master’s degree in Solidarity Action and Social Inclusion. She works as a freelance journalist specialising in migration and human rights. The journalist’s multidisciplinary background allows her to investigate different fields and provide a mindful vision of the issues she deals with.

Her project aims to approach migration in Spain from a more human and experimental perspective, without neglecting facts, figures, context and nuance. A narrative that addresses important issues such as the reception system, bureaucracy, hate speech, but also the reaction of the host society in terms of coexistence. The book will approach chapters through different concepts (emotion, reception, fear, the unknown, nostalgia or hope) and will tell the stories of those immigrating to Spain, in order to get to know the places to which exile has taken them.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #exile #lifestories #refuge #Spain


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Marco

Carmignan

Reznica 

City of residence: Vicenza
Country of origin: Italy

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PROJECT:
Photography
PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Marco Carmignan (Italy, 1991) is a photographer, filmmaker and National Geographic explorer, currently based in Vicenza, Italy.

Reznica (Serbo-Croatian for ‘cut’) is a visual investigation launched in 2019 that explores the different ways of finding home in stories of migration and displacement between Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia that have been going on for more than 30 years since the outbreak of the Yugoslav conflict. He does this by following the lives of six people who are still suffering the consequences of that war. In the project he presents, he takes a closer look at two of them. Mirjana fled with her children, leaving her home and parents in Tuzla, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and was a refugee until 2019 in the collective centre in Varna; and Borislav, 23 years old, a theology student in Belgrade, raised from childhood in this centre, who does not feel he is Serb or refugee, and whose story is the portrait of an entire generation.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #refuges #balcanswar #lifestories


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Mireia

Comas

Diamants

City of residence: Terrassa
Country of origin: Spain

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PROJECT:
Photography
PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Mireia Comas (Spain, 1976) is a documentary photographer and freelance photojournalist. Her work focuses mainly on social movements in her country and on denouncing the injustices of the most vulnerable.

With this project, she wants to break the narrative that makes migrant minors in marginal situations in Spain invisible, and places them in a state of helplessness and powerlessness before administrative and police forces. Before the pandemic, she began this project with 14 young people from the Maghreb who were living in extremely vulnerable and unhealthy conditions in Terrassa. «Fear, bureaucracy, paperwork, idleness and lack of information force them to live immersed in transience, permanently anchored in a ‘non-arrival’» as Shajra Khosravi denounces. The project will be based, among other things, on dialogue with and reflections of young people.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #helplessness #migrantchildren #lifestories #magreb #Spain


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Sara

Creta

Return to Darfur 

City of residence: Paris
Country of origin: Italy

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PROJECT:
Photography
PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Sara Creta (Italy, 1988) is a photojournalist and documentary filmmaker with extensive experience investigating human rights abuses.

Return to Darfur is a documentary photography project that investigates the reality of memories of war and migration. It follows Anwar’s journey back to his homeland, Darfur. Anwar was 10 years old when he learned what the word genocide meant. As he grew up, he was forced to fight; he was only 13. When returning after 10 years in exile, he recalls the horror of being a child in the midst of one of today’s deadliest armed conflicts. This project aims to shed light on the situation in Darfur and to dismantle the false notion that, despite evidence to the contrary, the conflict is over. There are hundreds of thousands killed, millions displaced, a nation torn apart at the hands of its own government.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #genocide #childsoldier #sudan #darfur #migration #diaspora #trauma


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Rehab

Eldalil

The longing of the stranger whose path has been broken

City of residence: Cairo
Country of origin: Egypt

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PROJECT:
Photography
PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Rehab Eldalil (Egypt, 1989) graduated in Photography from Helwan University (Cairo) in 2011 and holds other degrees from the UK and the ICP in the USA. She has received numerous prestigious grants and awards.

With this project she aims to explore the notion of belonging and the interconnectedness of people and land through the Bedouin community of St Katherine in South Sinai, Egypt, specifically the Jebeleya tribe, who have survived centuries of war, colonialism, drought and pandemics, and who have played an important role in the reclamation of Egypt’s Sinai lands. It is a project that seeks to bridge the gap between voices of the Bedouin community and Western audiences, who have long viewed the Bedouin and many other indigenous communities through a linear and romanticised gaze. It is, at the same time, a work of personal introspection and a search for one’s own roots.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #beduins #egypt #territory #belonging #autobiography


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Nada

Harib

Unearth

City of residence: Tripoli
Country of origin: Lybia

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PROJECT:
Photography
PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Nada Harib (Libya, 1986) is a freelance photographer based in Tripoli, Libya. She works on both long-form reportage and daily news coverage. She focuses on the Arab world and is linked to African projects. Unearth was supported by the Arab Documentary Photography Programme (ADPP).

«When the war started in April 2019, I took on the new role of photojournalist and started documenting the challenges of people’s daily lives in Libya, motivated by the need to bear witness to what was happening around me. (…) I tell the story of my homeland, intertwined with my autobiography and my work as a photojournalist from the time Libya was in the hands of the Gaddafi regime until the 17 February revolution and its consequences. One of the goals is to continue photographing the complicated layers of the aftermath of a war whose victims have been left voiceless. The title itself alludes to sadness and death, but also to the honest process of digging for the truth and hoping for the beauty and hope it brings».

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #libya #war #autobiography #lifestories


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Hicham

Houdaïfa

Les cités fantômes du Maroc

City of residence: Casablanca
Country of origin: Morocco

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Hicham Houdaïfa (Morocco, 1969) has been a journalist since 1996 and works for several media, including Al Bayane. He is also the author of several books and his themes include migration, women’s rights, at-risk youth, religious extremism and climate justice. He is co-founder of the Openchabab training programme (www.openchabab.com).

The project he is presenting stems from a previous book, Dos de femmes, dos de mulet : les oubliées du Maroc profond. It focuses on mining villages abandoned by the industry when their mines were no longer profitable. Mines were closed without any retraining project for their inhabitants, leaving them exposed to instability, or forcing them to leave. The people who have remained are also threatened by serious health problems due to high pollution. «This research is about specific cities, towns and villages. On the other hand, it is a universal issue because mines are closing all over the world, with profound implications for the miners, their families, and the surrounding villages».

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #abandonedvillages #environment #mines #morocco #diaspora


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Javier

Jennings Mozo

Arturo

Martín Varas

Vivir al margen

City of residence: Madrid
Country of origin: Spain

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PROJECT:
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PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Arturo Martín Varas (Spain, 1998) and Javier Jennings Mozo (Spain, 1998) are two audio-visual journalists with extensive experience in street journalism. Both share the independent journalism platform DJANGO Stories and have dealt with social issues such as social exclusion, racism and drug addiction.

Vivir al margen is a book that recounts the events surrounding the power cuts in the Cañada Real between late 2020 and late 2021, which affected some 4,000 people. At that time, the two journalists travelled there, and began what has since become a long, innovatively presented research project. A multifaceted report reflecting the many different points of view, the multiple origins of the information, and the ways to make it accessible.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #cañadareal #powercuts #electricity #marginal


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Jordi

Jon

Eroding Franco

City of residence: Cambrils (Barcelona)
Country of origin: Spain

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PROJECT:
Photography
PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Jordi Jon (Spain, 1996) is a Barcelona-based journalist and documentary photographer whose work focuses on the environment. He is one of the founders of MÓN, an environmental journalism organisation.

His project Eroding Franco investigates the scientific archives silenced during Franco’s regime relating to Spain’s current state of desertification: «Franco’s regime is often associated with social repression, but it also established a state based upon desertification, in which construction, agro-industry and mass tourism were promoted as essential keys to the Spanish economy. Commonly known as the “Spanish economic miracle” (1959-1974), it became a mortgage that all Spaniards would pay throughout the 21st century».

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #territory #environment #Spain #francoism


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Yohanne

Lamoulère

L’oeil noir

City of residence: Marseille
Country of origin: France

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PROJECT:
Photography
PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Yohanne Lamoulère (France, 1980) graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie d’Arles in 2004 after spending his adolescence in the Comoros. A member of the Tendance Floue collective, his favourite themes are the periphery of cities and insularity in all its protean aspects.

Following other works focused on Marseille, its shopping malls, wastelands, bars, housing estates and beaches, and to complete his journey, his portrait of the city, here he presents a project focusing on a roundabout in the Merlan district, in Marseille’s 14th arrondissement. The roundabout challenges the polarisation of links between the centre and the suburbs. It is presented as an enclosed space, producing a perspective similar to one we have of suburbs and outskirts. The project is created through portraits that are not free from fiction, in which the people invited to speak about Marseille have a role, they become characters who embody emotions related to the city.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #ciudad #marseille #periphery #suburbs #marginal


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Faris

Lounis

Au cœur d’un lycée de banlieue parisienne

City of residence: La Courneuve (France)
País de origen: Algeria

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PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

The journalistic adventure of Faris Lounis (Algeria, 1992) began by chance, in response to the nonsense of an Islamist politician opposing the French language in Algeria. Today, as a freelance journalist, he writes for several Algerian newspapers.

The project he presents starts with the murder of Samuel Paty on October 16th, 2020, and its dire repercussions on French society as a whole, which led him to work with students to raise questions and space for debate: «What has not been done in France that a history and geography teacher can be cowardly murdered in front of his workplace? What has failed in the French education system to make it impotent, almost incompetent, when it comes to dealing with religious issues? My aim was to show that there are sceptical and atheist traditions among Arabs, and that reason and rationalism are not the exclusive domain of Western Europe». The project includes this work that has already been carried out, and three subsequent actions that will be collected in a book.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #educationsystem #france #arabworld #religion


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Mohamed

Mahdy

Here, the doors don’t know me /span>

City of residence: Alexandria
Country of origin: Egypt

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PROJECT:
Photography
PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Mohamed Mahdy (Egypt, 1996) is an Alexandria-based visual storyteller whose work focuses on Egypt’s buried and unseen communities, as well as cultural and social issues.

Here, the doors don’t know me is about a village, a fishing community near the Mahmoudiyah Canal in the Al Max neighbourhood of Alexandria, Egypt. They called it the Venice of the Middle East, because it had the same vibe and beauty as Venice, Italy. Its landscape, ancient culture, and friendliness of its people made it a fascinating place. «One day the residents woke up to the news that they had to leave their homes, their history and possibly their lives as fishermen».

His work, in collaboration with the residents of Al Max from 2016 to 2021, is intended to serve as «a tool to amplify the voice of my community in my country and around the world».

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #abandonesvillages #alexandria #lifestories #diaspora


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Lina

Meskine

Les bidonvilles : des lieux dans l’ombre de la ville de Rabat

City of residence: Rabat
Country of origin: Morocco

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PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Lina Meskine (Morocco, 1994) is an architect by training and a self-taught journalist in Morocco. She is interested in how society can create meaningful places that meet the needs of its citizens.

In her project, she focuses on the contrast between emblematic, symbolic places that support the image of the capital, and others that are condemned to oblivion and marginalisation. These are the slums, unhealthy areas affected by the «City without slums» programme launched by King Mohammed VI in 2004. Several douars such as Karyan El Oued, Sed El Caid, Ras elma, etc. have been demolished; others have flourished. «This ordeal, which represents the reality of part of the population, is invisible in the urban landscape today. This journalistic project aims to shed light on human stories forgotten in the shadow of the city’s development».

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #territory #morocco #rabat #slums #marginal


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Sara

Montesinos

Un fil roig a la Mediterrània

City of residence: Premià de Mar (Barcelona)
Country of origin: Spain

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Sara Montesinos (Spain, 1990) is a communicator and journalist specialising in migration, feminism and human rights. In 2017 she co-founded Agencia Atalaya, a non-profit cooperative that works for transformative communication, and social and committed journalism.

Un fil roig a la Mediterrània is a thread that begins in Palestine (where the protagonist’s father was born), passes through Lebanon (where he took refuge after the nakba) and comes to fruition in Catalonia (fleeing this time from Beirut), where he meets Anna, who gives birth to the protagonist of this story in 1993. The protagonist discovers his origins, his family history and inherited memory that have subconsciously shaped his life and his understanding of the world. In this way, he is challenged as a member of the third generation of Palestinians in the diaspora. Un fil roig a la Mediterrània is a investigative journey in the opposite direction. From Catalonia to his origins in Palestine, passing through the refugee camp in Beirut where his paternal grandparents still live.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #refugees #palestina #lebanon #diaspora #lifestories #generations


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Ager

Oueslati

Flouka ou Séroukh

City of residence: Argel
Country of origin: Algeria, Tunisia, France

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PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Ager Oueslati (Algeria, 1987) is a journalist, photographer and documentary filmmaker who favours long reportage or documentary immersion through different media: photography, audio, video, writing. For some time now, she has been working on migration and exile.

In September 2021, she began writing the text Flouka ou Séroukh and photographing Un carnet de bord in the popular neighbourhood of Diar El Mahçoul, known as Le Confort, in Algiers. A great architect, an emblematic city, human stories, all these beautiful ingredients in the unique cauldron of the Mecca of revolutionaries. «This residential estate, designed by the architect Fernand Pouillon and built in 1954, initially intended to house Europeans, was finally occupied, after independence in 1962, by the ancestors of those whose story I am about to tell you». In her proposal, she will accompany six people from the neighbourhood in their day-to-day lives and, through their devastated, despairing lives, she will show not only their present, but also the traces of Algeria’s recent, historical past.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #marginal #algeria #diarelmahçoul


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Ferida

Pacha

Out of shore

City of residence: Asnières-sur-Seine (France)
Country of origin: Algeria

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PROJECT PHASE:
Initial phase (unpublished)

 

Ferida Pacha (Algeria, 1979) is a writer and translator, and her career has served to build bridges between the shores and languages of the Mediterranean, but also between eras: from ancient Arabia to independent Algeria, between founding myths and new aspirations.

In this project, she wants to explore female exile in the Mediterranean through the trajectory of three women in their forties: an Algerian, Hind; a Greek, Eleni; and a Franco-Syrian, Caroline, who embody the paradox of the impossible return. Three life stories, three itineraries. The aim is to collect their words in an attempt to understand what happened when, by choice or fate, they lost (or thought they lost) their place of origin. «In this sense, Out of shore aspires to become a book about the search, for the self as for a place».

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #exile #algeria #lifestories


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Marianne

Roux

Alexandrie, au-delà des imaginaires

City of residence: Alexandria
Country of origin: France

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Marianne Roux (France, 1983) is a writer with a degree in Italian Language, Literature and Civilisation. Passionate about Mediterranean societies, she studied in Italy, Spain and Tunisia, and lived in Morocco before moving to Egypt.

After a sensual, cosmopolitan, literary past that is part of her identity as the «capital of memory» according to Durrell, Alexandria is today defined as a provincial, decadent, boring city… These are the words that come to mind when people talk about it. A city forgotten by the world, were it not for its great past. It may no longer have the aura of its golden age, but it is alive and kicking for those who want to take an interest in it. This project aims to put Alexandria back on the map of the Mediterranean, offering a contemporary account of the city through the mosaic of Alexandrians, both famous and anonymous. Even today, Alexandria connects people from all over the world. And that is precisely why it deserves to be told in its human reality, beyond the nostalgic imagination that condemns it to the past.

#trobadescamus #premiscamus #incipiens #menorca #alexandria #city #history


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