Category: Agenda

Doctoral thesis defense of Alexandre Camus

Alexandre Camus will defend his thesis Faire valoir un patrimoine Comment une école polytechnique investit la numérisation de la collection audiovisuelle d’un festival musical Valuing cultural heritage. How a polytechnic school invests in the digitization of the audiovisual collection of…

Doctoral thesis defense of Marie Alauzen

Marie Alauzen will defend her thesis Plis et replis de l’État plateforme Enquête sur la modernisation des services publics en France Unfolding the Platform State: An Inquiry into the Modernisation of French Public Services Ecole Doctorale EOS – Économie, Organisation,…

La fin des discriminations syndicales ? Luttes judiciaires et pratiques négociées

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? […]

Alexandre Rios-Bordes (Université Paris 7 Diderot)

Guest seminar with Alexandre Rios-Bordes Lecturer in contemporary history at the University Paris 7 Diderot and member of the Laboratory Identités, Cultures, Territoires (EA 337) Les savoirs de l’ombre : la surveillance militaire des populations aux États-Unis (1900-1941) Introduction to…

Myriam Winance (CERMES3)

The research seminar « Maintaining / supporting: fragility as a mode of existence » will welcome Myriam Winance Et si les êtres fragiles étaient des êtres résistants ? Hypothèses autour des enfants polyhandicapés What if fragile beings were resistant beings?…

Maja Horst (University of Copenhagen)

Maja Horst Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhaguen Science communication as culture Maja Horst will give a public lecture on her latest work on scientific innovation and responsibility. The event is organized in the framework of the…

Stephen Hilgartner (Cornell University)

The EHESS seminar « Health and Big Data » will welcome Stephen Hilgartner Professor at Cornell University, Department of Science & Technology Studies Reordering Life: Knowledge and Control in the Genomics Revolution Date : June 20, 2019 The seminar «…

Gay Hawkins (Western Sidney University)

Guest seminar with Gay Hawkins Professor at Western Sidney University, Institute for Culture and Society co-author with Emily Potter and Kane Race of the book Plastic Water The Social and Material Life of Bottled Water Introduction to the discussion by…

Doctoriales i3 2019

The Doctoriales i3 2019 will take place on June 5 Venue: Mines ParisTech, 60 bd Saint Michel, 75006 Paris Vendôme building Download the Doctoriales i3 2019 program Doctoral training is at the heart of the Interdisciplinary Institute for Innovation –…

Antonio Casilli (SES-Télécom ParisTech)

i3 seminar “Analysis of online participation” will welcome Antonio Casilli Télécom ParisTech and Centre Edgar-Morin, EHESS AI punchers: A mapping of micro-work in France Summary: Micro-work digital platforms constitute an important phenomenon of the last decade.  Amazon Mechanical Turk, Crowdflower…