Jeremy Lemarie, PhD
Editor of the Surf Blurb
Jeremy Lemarie is a PhD in sociology from the University of Paris Nanterre, and author of the book "Surfing: A History of Gliding."
For over 10 years, Jeremy has done research on the global expansion of surfing, and has spent 3 years in California and Hawaii interviewing entrepreneurs and business owners in the surf industry.
In his work, Jeremy focuses on sports management, urban development, and on the cultural history of Hawaii and the United States. While living in the U.S., Jeremy served as lecturer in anthropology of tourism at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, and was a visiting scholar at the University of California, San Diego.
As an instructor in France, he taught Management, Marketing, Sociology, History and Cultural Anthropology in six universities, including the Sorbonne University and Sciences Po Paris.
Currently funded by the Fondation de France, Jeremy is conducting research on public consultation in the French Basque Country for the RECITS program at the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme d'Aquitaine (MSHA).