Theo Ananissoh (born 1962) is a Togolese writer living in Germany. He studied modern literature and comparative literature at the University of Paris III: Sorbonne Nouvelle.He taught in France and Germany, where he moved in 1994. Among his novels are Lisahoé (2005), Un reptile par habitant (2007), Ténèbres à midi (2010), and L'invitation (2013), which was published by Éditions Elyzad while he was in Tunisia.
Émile Adolphe Gustave Verhaeren was a Belgian poet and art critic who wrote in the French language. He was one of the founders of the school of Symbolism and was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature on six occasions.
Alpha Mande Diarra is a Malian author, born in 1954. He studied veterinary medicine in France at the Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire d'Alfort. He is a practicing veterinarian at Bamako and Fara in his native Mali.
Auvers-sur-Oise is a commune in the northwestern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 27.2 km (16.9 mi) from the centre of Paris. It is associated with several famous artists, the most prominent being Vincent van Gogh.
Bernadette Sanou Dao is a Burkinabé author and politician. At age 11 her family returned to Upper Volta from Mali. She attended Kolog-Naba college in Ouagadougou and later Ohio University in the United States and the Sorbonne in Paris, France. From 1986 to 1987 she was Burkina Faso's Minister for Culture. She lives in Ouagadougou. She writes poetry, short-stories and children's stories.
Reynald Pedros is a French football coach and former footballer who played as a midfielder.
Larbi Zekkal was an Algerian film actor and comedian.
The Letters of Vincent van Gogh refers to a collection of 903 surviving letters written (820) or received (83) by Vincent van Gogh. More than 650 of these were from Vincent to his brother Theo. The collection also includes letters van Gogh wrote to his sister Wil and other relatives, as well as between artists such as Paul Gauguin, Anthon van Rappard and Émile Bernard.
Benin competed at the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London, United Kingdom from August 29 to September 9, 2012. The athlete delegation consisted of one athlete, Constant Kponhinto, who competed in the men's Shot Put F57-58 event, finishing 17th overall with a best throw of 8.25 meters.
Africultures is a publication of arts and culture about and from Africa and its diasporas. Based in Paris, it was founded in 1997 by journalists and academics such as Gérald Arnaud, Olivier Barlet, Tanella Boni, Sylvie Chalaye, Fayçal Chehat, Soeuf Elbadawi, Boniface Mongo-Mboussa, etc. The magazine is managed by the association Africultures and it is published by L'Harmattan. Since 2012 the documentation produced by the magazine and its database made of over 80,000 biographies of artists and description of books, music, films and institutions has been released under the open Creative Commons attribution share alike license. It has become one of the leading portals for information on African topics on the Internet.
Gnimdéwa Atakpama is a Togolese journalist, writer and French teacher.
Éditions Elyzad is a Tunisian publishing house, with its headquarters in Tunis. Founded in 2005, it publishes French literary works. Associated personalities include leïla Sebbar, Tahar Bekri, Sophie Bessis, Cécile Oumhani and Théo Ananissoh, and it also has a role to play in discovering new talents such as Yamen Manaï, Ilf Eddine or Azza Filali. In 2011, Elyzad received the Alioune Diop prize from the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie.
Fiston Nasser Mwanza Mujila is a Congolese writer. He lives in Graz, Austria, where he teaches African literature.
Leyla Bouzid, is a Tunisian screenwriter and film director.
Theo Bernard François Hernandez is a French professional footballer who plays as a left back for Italian club A.C. Milan.
Théo Guivarch is a French professional footballer who plays for Guingamp.
Gaston-Paul Effa is a writer from Lorraine of Cameroonian origin, also a professor of philosophy.
Serge Gruzinski is a French historian. He is a Latin America specialist.
Delphe Kifouani is a Congolese filmmaker and writer on African cinema. He teaches cinema at the University of Saint-Louis, Senegal.
Aminata Aidara is an Italian-Senegalese journalist, short story writer and novelist.
Olivier Barlet is a French journalist, film critic, scholar of African cinema and translator.
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