Christophe Guilluy

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Christophe Guilluy (French pronunciation: ​[gilɥi], born October 14, 1964 in Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis) is a French geographer and author.

In France, he is known for his theory on la France périphérique ("peripheral France").

His books state that many members of the political elite have lost contact to the lower classes, which are mainly in rural France, which he calls "peripheral France". He has used that theory to explain the rise of the National Front in France.

He also theorised the reason for American support of Donald Trump by the existence of a peripheral America during an interview in the French magazine Le Point.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Guilluy, Christophe (2013): Fractures françaises. Paris, Flammarion – Champs essais ISBN 978-2-0812-8961-1
  • Guilluy, Christophe (2014): La France périphérique: Comment on a sacrifié les classes populaires, Paris, Flammarion ISBN 978-2-08-131257-9
  • Guilluy, Christophe (2016): Le Crépuscule de la France d’en Haut. Paris, Flammarion, ISBN 978-2-0813-7534-5
  • Guilluy, Christophe (2018): No Society. La fin de la classe moyenne occidentale. Paris, Flammarion, ISBN 978-2-0814-2271-1

Sources[edit]

  • Short abstract & translation of the article in the French Wikipedia

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