The Center for the Sociology of Innovation (i3, UMR CNRS 9217, Mines Paris-PSL) has the pleasure of inviting you to attend the HDR (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) in STS (Sciences, Technologies, Societies) defense of Thomas Beauvisage, sociologist of digital technology, Senior Researcher at Orange’s department Sociology and Economics of Networks and Services (SENSE). Original dissertation title: “Sociologie du cookie publicitaire” [Sociology of advertising cookie].
November 10, 2023. The seminar “Economic expertise and environmental actions” welcomes Charlotte Glinel ,PhD candidate at SciencePo’s Center for the Sociology of Organizations (CSO), and Nelly Parès, researcher at the Museum National de l’Histoire Naturelle (MNHN). This session entitled “Forest valorization” will explore the intertwining of valuation processes, forest management technologies and public policies in the valuation and management of forests in France.
Octobre 27, 2023. The seminar “Economic expertise and environmental actions” will welcome
Antoine Fontaine, CNRS Researcher at UMR Environnement, Ville, Société, and Camille Rivière, researcher at Crigen and associate researcher at CEMS. This session entitled “The politics of renewable resources” will explore the entanglement of public policies and financing in the constitution and development of new resources for the energy transition at the territorial scale.
On October 23, 2023, the Center for the Sociology of Innovation held a day-long tribute to Bruno Latour.
Bruno Latour has left a considerable intellectual legacy, many milestones of which he set during his twenty-five years at the CSI, where he was, in turn and in his own way, an anthropologist of science and technology, a political theologian and an investigative philosopher. During this event, members of the CSI, Bruno Latour’s companions along the way and researchers whom he has inspired or baffled will continue their conversation with his work.
September 19, 2023. The Center for the Sociology of Innovation (i3 CNRS UMR 9217, Mines Paris – PSL) is pleased to invite you to the thesis defense of Roman Solé-Pomies “Faire durer la chaussée. Le souci des voiries communales en France métropolitaine après la décentralisation / Making Pavements Last: The Care of Municipal Road Infrastructures in Decentralized Mainland France”. Doctoral thesis specialized in STS (Sciences, Technologies & Society), prepared at Mines Paris – PSL, under the Social Sciences programme of SDOSE doctoral school, “Sciences of Decision, Organizations, Society and Exchange”.