Romain Seignovert, 32, Editor
Born in the south of France, Ardèche, I developed when I was at school an ever-growing interest for the matters dealing with Europe and its institutional construction. My studies in political sciences took me to explore Europe on the ground, from the amphitheatres of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Rennes in France, to the campus of the University of Salamanca in Spain, including the University town of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt in Germany. Having lived and worked in several European countries, I am convinced that Europe should not be confined to technocratic language, but belongs to all those who, in bars, during Erasmus parties, in libraries or on the web, share the little things of their European everyday lives. That’s why I created this website, firmly believing that EuropeIsNotDead
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