A graduate of l’École normale supérieure de Cachan, Sébastien Moreau earned a degree in the social sciences in 2013, and continued his studies in modern history at l’université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, where he completed his doctorate in September 2018. His dissertation was entitled “Les rencontres sportives. Une histoire sociale et culturelle du sport à Reims, pôle de l’espace sportif national et européen (1918-1939).” His research focuses on social history, the history of sport, urban history, and local history approached from a European perspective. He is continuing his work in the history of sport by conducting research on the history of rail transport in Luxembourg and Europe, as part of a postdoctoral fellowship at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) at the University of Luxembourg. He has notably published: “Gagner sa vie au volant au risque de la perdre. Les pilotes automobiles européens (années 1920-1930),” Le Mouvement social January-March 2016, p. 31-45.