Académie Française - Current Members

Current Members

Further information: List of members of the Académie française

The current members of the Académie française listed by seat number:

Seat Name Elected
1 Claude Dagens 2008
2 vacant (Hector Bianciotti d. 11 June 2012)
3 Jean-Denis Bredin 1989
4 Jean-Luc Marion 2008
5 Assia Djebar 2005
6 Marc Fumaroli 1995
7 Jules Hoffmann 2012
8 Michel Déon 1978
9 Alain Decaux 1979
10 Florence Delay 2000
11 Gabriel de Broglie 2001
12 Jean d'Ormesson 1973
13 Simone Veil 2008
14 Hélène Carrère d'Encausse 1990
15 Frédéric Vitoux 2001
16 Valéry Giscard d'Estaing 2003
17 Érik Orsenna 1998
18 Michel Serres 1990
19 Jean-Loup Dabadie 2008
20 Angelo Rinaldi 2001
Seat Name Elected
21 vacant (Félicien Marceau d. 7 March 2012)
22 René de Obaldia 1999
23 Pierre Rosenberg 1995
24 Max Gallo 2007
25 Dominique Fernandez 2007
26 Jean-Marie Rouart 1997
27 Pierre Nora 2001
28 Jean-Christophe Rufin 2008
29 Amin Maalouf 2011
30 Danièle Sallenave 2011
31 vacant (Jean Dutourd d. 17 January 2011)
32 François Weyergans 2009
33 vacant (Michel Mohrt d. 17 August 2011)
34 François Cheng 2002
35 Yves Pouliquen 2001
36 Philippe Beaussant 2007
37 René Girard 2005
38 François Jacob 1996
39 Jean Clair 2008
40 vacant (Pierre-Jean Rémy d. 28 April 2010)

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