Clara Bougon

Clara Bougon

Clara is a Junior Analyst at Counterpoint. She contributes to the overall development of the firm in Paris, delivering cultural strategy projects and working on Counterpoint offers, in particular towards corporate clients.

In her desire to make sense of social change through cultural and historical factors, Clara has acquired a holistic academic background: she holds a Bachelor Degree in English and Spanish Linguistics and Literature from the Université Libre de Bruxelles and a Masters Degree in History and Culture from the European Studies Institute. She also followed a specialized curriculum in the Interdisciplinary Centre for the Studies of Religions and Secularism (CIERL).

While in Brussels, Clara was the Web Editor-in-Chief of the magazine Eyes on Europe, where she developed the team’s capacity to screen day-to-day events in a long-term, historical perspective and through the lenses of human science disciplines.  Driven by a taste for research and her intellectual curiosity, she has been working for Counterpoint since completing her a Masters Degree.

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Bonne Année – Local realities of migration: emotions, institutions, conflict and cooperation

We have just launched our new report comparing local realities of migration in Europe.  Counterpoint explored local and personal experiences of migration in communities...

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Tentacles of Circumstance: The Political Consequences of Inequality

To explore the complex effects of inequality on European societies, this volume brings together essays by scholars of economic history, sociology, psychology and philosophy....

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Historic errors set in stone

Public monuments seem to have become the lightning rod of our cultural wars: from Robert E Lee, to Cecil Rhodes, to intimations that Nelson...