Solène Marié

International analyst, Researcher and Project Manager in culture and science, France

Solène Marié is an Analyst, Researcher and Project Manager focusing on international policy and projects in the arts and humanities. She is currently Head of International Cooperation for Humanities and Social Sciences at France’s National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS). She manages the team in charge of the implementation of the organisation’s international policy for HSS, its cooperation and mobility programmes as well as its network of 31 research centres abroad. She holds a PhD in International Relations and Political Science from the universities of Brasília (Brazil) and Paris 8 (France). Her thesis focuses on cultural networks in the Brazil-Uruguay and France-Germany borderlands and received ENCATC’s 2021 research award. Previously, she worked in cultural policy and international cultural projects in France, the United Kingdom and Argentina. She has held positions at Arts Council England, worked in the production teams of international circus and theatre events within the London 2012 cultural Olympiad and taken part in the production of many international projects at the crossroads of culture, human rights and migration.