Born in Geneva in 1944, Daniel de Roulet has made a living in architecture and IT. He has published more than thirty books over the past twenty-five years, including a cycle of ten novels narrating the story of nuclear power from Hiroshima to Fukushima. His latest publications are Quand vos nuits se morcellent, Lettre à Ferdinand Hodler, Zoé, 2018, and Dix petites anarchistes, Buchet/Chastel, 2018.
Water policy and poetics
A conversation with Aurélien Gamboni, Jean-Pierre Greff and Daniel de Roulet
Source of life or the « armed wing » of migration policies; object of contemplation for painters and object of fears for islanders; static or furious element, deceptive metaphor for commercial exchanges…