Thesis title: The construction of the contemporary bulk market in France. A study of the relationships between the supply actors’ initiatives, market devices and consumer practices. Supervisors: Alexandre Mallard (CSI-i3) and Franck Cochoy (LISST).
Research Seminar organized by Jérôme Denis, Antoine Hennion, Anne-Sophie Haeringer and David Pontille.
The seminar starts with one observation: the current proliferation of research that deals with care, or attention. These studies investigate the climate or Gaia, the art of repairing objects or conserving artworks, the maintenance of technical networks […]
The end of trade union discrimination?
Judicial struggles and Negotiated practices
A book by Vincent-Arnaud Chappe, Jean-Michel Denis, Cécile Guillaume and Sophie Pochic
The 2008 and 2015 laws on Trade Union Representatives Reform and Social Dialog have introduced within firms new corporate requirements about the “reconciliation” of trade union and professional activity. How can this sudden attention of the public authorities to “union discrimination” be explained? Are we witnessing a historic break in “French style” professional relations? […]
Scriptopolis is an assemblage of microsurveys on writing, equipped by photography. It contains a long-term documentation on the multitude of scriptural forms that we rub shoulders with, produce and manipulate on a daily basis. Each double page, consisting of a photo and a short text, questions a graphic trace and the world it brings about, placing in the foreground […]
Pierre Mounier (EHESS, OpenEdition Center) and Didier Torny (CNRS, I3)
Since the invention of the “journal” form in the seventeenth century, publications have always been used as data for other scientists. As Christine L. Borgman, Professor of Information Science, puts it, “Publication, as the public record of research, is part of a continuous cycle of reading, writing, discussing, searching, investigating, presenting, submitting, and reviewing. No scholarly publication stands alone.”  But the ways these publications are mobilized and transformed into data are varied and involve ever more complex infrastructures.