Aix-Marseille University - Notable Faculty

Notable Faculty

  • Sami A. Aldeeb – Head of the Arab and Islamic Law Department at the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, and Director of the Center of Arab and Islamic Law
  • Giulio Angioni – Italian writer and anthropologist, professor at the University of Cagliari, fellow of St Antony's College of the University of Oxford
  • Nicolas Maurice Arthus – French immunologist and physiologist
  • Sydney Hervé Aufrère – French Egyptologist, archaeologist, and director of research at CNRS
  • François Victor Alphonse Aulard – professor of the history of the French Revolution at Sorbonne University
  • Henri Bacry – visiting scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study and a researcher at CERN
  • Renato Balduzzi – Minister of Health of Italy: 2011–present
  • Maurice Blondel – French philosopher
  • André Bon – French composer
  • Yves Bonnefoy – French poet and essayist
  • Boudewijn Bouckaert – Belgian law professor, member of the Flemish Movement, and libertarian conservative thinker and politician
  • André Boucourechliev – French composer
  • Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat – French mathematician and physicist, who was the first woman to be elected to the French Academy of Sciences
  • Jean Cabannes – French physicist
  • Gabriel Camps – French historian
  • Carlo Carraro – President of the University of Venice, Director of the Sustainable Development Programme of the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, and Director of the Climate Impacts and Policy Division of the Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change (CMCC)
  • Sadok Chaabane – Minister of Justice of Tunisia: 1992–1997; Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Tunisia: 1999–2004
  • Alain Colmerauer – French computer scientist
  • Barry Conyngham – Australian composer and academic
  • Louis O. Coxe – American poet, playwright, essayist, and professor
  • Brian Lee Crowley – Managing Director of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, and the founding President of the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS)
  • Boris Cyrulnik – French doctor, ethologist, neurologist and psychiatrist
  • Charles Depéret – French geologist and paleontologist, member of the French Academy of Sciences and the Société géologique de France
  • August Alphonse Derbès – French naturalist, zoologist and botanist
  • Georges Duby – French historian, member of the French Academy
  • Michel Duc-Goninaz – member of the World Esperanto Youth Organization (TEJO), and co-editor of La Folieto
  • Roger Duchêne – French biographer specializing in the letters of Madame de Sévigné
  • Roger Establet – French scholar of the sociology of education
  • Charles Fabry – former Professor of General Physics at Sorbonne University and the École Polytechnique
  • Louis Favoreu – French academic and jurist
  • Charles Fehrenbach – French astronomer, member of the French Academy of Sciences, and Director of the Observatoire de Haute Provence (OHP)
  • Henri Fluchère – chairman of the Société Française Shakespeare and a literary critic
  • Hippolyte Fortoul – Minister of National Education of France/Minister of Public Worship of France: 1851–1856
  • Roland Fraïssé – French mathematical logician
  • Barry E. Friedman – American academic with an expertise in federal courts, working at the intersections of law, politics and history
  • Rick Gilmore – President/CEO of GIC Trade, Inc. (the GIC Group), Special External Advisor to the White House/USAID for the Private Sector/Global Food Security and Managing Director of the Global Food Safety Forum (GFSF) in Beijing
  • Victor Ginsburgh – Belgian economist
  • Jean-Pierre Giran – Member of the National Assembly of France
  • Charles Giraud – Minister of National Education of France/Minister of Public Worship of France: Jan–Apr/Oct–Dec 1851
  • Sheldon Lee Glashow – American theoretical physicist, winner of the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physics
  • Gilles-Gaston Granger – French analytic philosopher
  • Pierre Gros – contemporary scholar of ancient Roman architecture and the Latin language
  • Alex Grossmann – Croatian-French physicist
  • Rudolf Haag – German physicist
  • Bernard Harcourt – the chair of the Political Science Department, professor of political science and the Julius Kreeger Professor of Law at the University of Chicago
  • Édouard Marie Heckel – French botanist and medical doctor, former director of the Jardin botanique E.M. Heckel, and founder of the Colonial Institute and Museum of Marseille
  • John H. Hubbard – American mathematician
  • Isao Imai – Japanese theoretical physicist
  • Douglas Johnson – advisor to Margaret Thatcher on all matters concerning France
  • Ayşe Işıl Karakaş – Turkish academic, judge of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)
  • Daniel Kastler – French theoretical physicist
  • Nora Lafi – French historian
  • Jean-Louis Le Moigne – French specialist on systems theory and constructivist epistemology
  • Leonard Liggio – classical liberal author, research professor of law at George Mason University, and executive vice president of the Atlas Economic Research Foundation in Fairfax, Virginia
  • Leigh Lisker – American linguist and phonetician
  • Carlo Lottieri – Political Philosophy professor
  • John Loughlin – Director of the Von Hügel Institute, and a Senior Fellow and Affiliated Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge
  • Ejan Mackaay – Professor of Law at the Université de Montréal
  • Antoine Fortuné Marion – French naturalist
  • Henry Mintzberg – academic and author on business and management, the Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies at the Desautels Faculty of Management of McGill University
  • Abhiroop Mukhopadhyay – Indian economist
  • John F. Murphy – American lawyer and a professor at Villanova University
  • Nikolay Nenovsky – Bulgarian economist
  • Henri Padé – French mathematician
  • Gunasekaran Paramasamy – Vice-Chancellor of Thiruvalluvar University
  • Jules Payot – French educationist
  • Pierre Pestieau – Belgian economist
  • Jean-Pierre Petit – French scientist, senior researcher at National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) as an astrophysicist in Marseille Observatory
  • Mazarine Pingeot – French writer, journalist and professor, the daughter of former President of France, François Mitterrand
  • Nikolaos Politis – Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece: 1917–1920
  • Lucien-Anatole Prévost-Paradol – French journalist and essayist, member of the French Academy
  • Didier Raoult – French biology researcher
  • Rascas de Bagarris – founder of the science of historical numismatics and one of the most notable antiquaries of his time
  • Carlo Rovelli – Italian physicist
  • Théodore Eugène César Ruyssen – French historian
  • Samah Selim – Egyptian scholar and translator of Arabic literature
  • Roselyne Sibille – French poet
  • Joseph Jérôme, Comte Siméon – Minister of National Education of France: Feb–Oct 1820; Minister of the Interior of France: 1820–1821; President of the Court of Financial Auditors of France: 1837–1839
  • Ronald Sokol – American lawyer and writer
  • Étienne Souriau – French philosopher
  • Jean-Marie Souriau – French mathematician
  • Paul Souriau – French philosopher
  • William H. Starbuck – organizational scientist who held professorships in social relations (Johns Hopkins University), sociology (Cornell University), business administration (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), and management (New York University)
  • Rafał Taubenschlag – Polish historian of law, a specialist in Roman law and papyrology
  • Mark P. Taylor – the Dean of Warwick Business School (WBS) at the University of Warwick and an academic in the fields of International Finance and Economics
  • Michael Tigar – American criminal defense attorney
  • Jose L. Torero – professor in fire safety engineering at the University of Edinburgh
  • Nicolas Tournadre – professor specializing in morphosyntax and typology, member of the LACITO lab of the CNRS
  • David Trotman – British mathematician
  • Philippe Van Parijs – Belgian philosopher and political economist
  • Michel van den Abeele – former Director-General of the European Commission
  • Paul Veyne – French archaeologist and historian
  • Arundhati Virmani – Indian historian
  • John Waterbury – American academic, professor of politics and international affairs at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
  • William E. Wilson – professor of fiction writing and literature at Indiana University
  • Francisco José Ynduráin – Spanish theoretical physicist
  • Jules Sylvain Zeller – French historian, lecturer at Sorbonne University

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