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  • The foreign members are, of course, French speakers, but in some cases their countries of origin may be surprising.
    Beyond the closest countries, Belgium and Switzerland, which count the highest number of members, foreign members have come from 13 countries in total.

    They are as follows (in descending order of the number of members from them):

    Belgium 52   Russia 2
    Switzerland 19   Sweden 2
    Netherlands 12   Bulgaria 1
    Denmark 9   Egypt 1
    Poland 6   Romania 1
    Brazil 3   Czechoslovakia 1
    Canada 3      


    Chronological list (reversed)

     
    2017- Sarah LAMBERT Canada
    2014 - François-Dominique DELTENRE Belgium
    2012 - 2016 Laetitia PHIALON Switzerland
    2011 - 2012 Delphine ACKERMANN Switzerland
    2010 - 2014 Thomas BRISART Belgium
    2010 - 2014 Maud DEVOLDER Belgium
    2008 - 2010 Richard VEYMIERS Belgium
    2008 - 2011 Nathan BADOUD Switzerland
    2004 - 2007 Cédric BRÉLAZ Switzerland
    2004 - 2006 Nicolas BEAUDRY Canada
    2001 - 2004 Isabelle TASSIGNON Belgium
    2000 - 2005 Béatrice BLANDIN Switzerland
    1997 - 2000 Catherine VANDERHEYDE Belgium
    1994 - 1998 Sandrine HUBER Switzerland
    1994 - 1996 Alavaro ALLEGRETTE Brazil
    1993 - 1997 Anne DESTROOPER - GEORGIADIS Belgium
    1991 - 1995 D. VIVIERS Belgium
    1989 - 1993 Jan DRIESSEN Belgium
    1988 - 1992 S. MÜLLER Switzerland
    1986 - 1989 Thierry PETIT Belgium
    1984 - 1987 Jacques PERREAULT Canada
    1981 - 1987 Christine TYTGAT Belgium
    1981 - 1986 Fr. BLONDÉ Belgium
    1980 - 1986 Colette VERLINDEN Belgium
    1980 - 1984 Fabienne BURKHALTER Switzerland
    1978 - 1981 C. BAURAIN Belgium
    1975 - 1978 Robert LAFFINEUR Belgium
    1973 - 1979 P. MARCHETTI Belgium
    1972 - 1975 M. PIÉRART Belgium
    1972 - 1974 R. STUCKY Switzerland
    1971 - 1974 L. GODART Belgium
    1970 - 1973 Denis KNOEPFLER Switzerland
    1967 - 1970 F. VANDENABEELE Belgium
    1967 - 1970 Pierre DUCREY Switzerland
    1966 - 1972 J.-P. OLIVIER Belgium
    1966 - 1968 Haiganuch SARIAN Brazil
    1962 - 1967 T. HACKENS Belgium
    1961 - 1964 A. BOVON Switzerland
    1961 - 1964 U. BEZERRA DE MENESES Brazil
    1961 - 1962 G. DONNAY Belgium
    1959 - 1960 L. OGNENOVA-MARINOVA Bulgaria
    1958 - 1962 J. SERVAIS Belgium
    1958 - 1961 H. MUSSCHE Belgium
    1958 P. HOMBERT Belgium
    1957 - 1959 T. WRONCKA Poland
    1956 - 1958 R. P. É. GOFFINET Belgium
    1955 - 1957 M.-T. LENGER Belgium
    1955 - 1956 P. AELLIG Switzerland
    1953 - 1955 T. REEKMANS Belgium
    1952 - 1954 J. BINGEN Belgium
    1951 - 1952 B. BAUDAT Switzerland
    1950 - 1954 L. KAHIL Egypt
    1950 - 1953 J. LABARBE Belgium
    1949 - 1952 D. FEYTMANS Belgium
    1949 M. MICHAUX Belgium
    1948 - 1953 C. DUNANT Switzerland
    1946 - 1948 C. DELVOYE Belgium
    1946 - 1948 and
    1938 - 1939
    L. LACROIX Belgium
    1938 - 1940 W. LAMEERE Belgium
    1938 - 1940 O. REVERDIN Switzerland
    1936 - 1937 B. SIMONS Belgium
    1935 - 1938 S. BINON Belgium
    1935 - 1936 Abbot F. SOKOLOWSKI Poland
    1934 ? H. CAPART Belgium
    1932 - 1934 VAN LAERE Belgium
    1931 - 1932 J. VAN DER WOUDA Netherlands
    1931 - 1932 DE VOGEL Netherlands
    1930 - 1931 BULAS Poland
    1928 - 1931 É. HASPELS Netherlands
    1928 - 1931 E. DERENNE Belgium
    1928 - 1930 K. MICHALOWSKI Poland
    1928 - 1929 M. VAN DER GULDEN Netherlands
    1928 - 1929 G. H. BLANCKEN Netherlands
    1927 - 1928 A. ROES Netherlands
    1926 - 1928 A. SÉVERYNS Belgium
    1926 - 1927 Ms VAN LEEUWEN-BOOMKAMP Netherlands
    1925 - 1928 P. COLLART Switzerland
    1925 - 1926 N. SVENSSON Sweden
    1925 - 1926 J. DE WIT Netherlands
    1924 - 1925 J. A. SCHUURSMA Netherlands
    1924 P. NICOVESCO Romania
    1924 C. VAN ESSEN Netherlands
    1924 Abbot A. ROME Belgium
    1924 ? J. A. BUNDGAARD Denmark
    1924 M. ANDERSEN Denmark (architect)
    1923 - 1924 L. VAN LIEMPT Netherlands
    1923 R. GOSTKOWSKI Poland
    1923 R. GANSZYNIEC Poland
    1922 - 1923 M. LATTRY Russia (architect)
    1922 - 1923 Y. FOMINE Russia (architect-independent member)
    1921 - 1922 C. HOEG Denmark (anthropologist)
    1921 - 1922 G. HINNISDAELS Belgium
    1921 - 1922 T. BRØNDSTED Denmark
    1921 W. LAURITZEN Denmark (architect)
    1920 - 1921 A. SALAC Czechoslovakia
    1919 - 1922 ? A. W. PERSSON Sweden
    1911 - 1914 A. DELATTE Belgium
    1911 - 1913 S. RISOM Denmark (architect)
    1909 - 1911 J. BERCHMANS Belgium (sculptor)
    1908 - 1911 G. POULSEN Denmark (architect)
    1908 - 1909 M. DELHAXE Belgium
    1907 - 1908 M. KRAGH Denmark
    1906 - 1908 H. GRÉGOIRE Belgium
    1906 - 1908 W. DEONNA Switzerland
    1905 - 1907 F. POULSEN Denmark
    1904 - 1905 P. VAN DEN VEN Belgium
    1903 - 1907 F. MAYENCE Belgium
    1902 - 1905 P. GRAINDOR Belgium
    1902 - 1903 G. NICOLE Switzerland
    1902 - 1903 H. DEMOULIN Belgium
    1901 - 1904 W. VOLLGRAFF Netherlands
    1900 - 1902 M. LAURENT Belgium
    1900 - 1901 J. DE MOT Belgium

     

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