Alain Duplouy is Reader in Greek archaeology at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He received his PhD from Brussels and Paris universities in 2003, and his Habilitation from Paris 1 in 2017. He has been a British Academy visiting scholar in Leeds (2009) and Fulbright scholar at UCLA (2011). He has directed archaeological fieldwork programs in both Greece and Italy, and has published extensively on elites and citizenship in archaic Greece. He is the author of Le Prestige des élites (Les Belles Lettres, 2006) and has edited with Roger Brock the collective volume Defining citizenship in archaic Greece (Oxford University Press, 2018). His next book (Construire la cité) will be published in 2019 by Les Belles Lettres. During his fellowship at the CHS, he will explore the tales related to the Cretan seer Epimenides against the history and archaeology of archaic and classical Athens.