Ludivine Bantigny

Specialising in the youth and events of May 1968, historian Ludivine Bantigny explores the relationship of civil societies with political spheres in order to imagine what the power of tomorrow might look like.

Updated on 13/05/2019

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Marielle Macé

A specialist in French literature, Marielle Macé uses its concepts to understand today's world and proposes an elegant interpretation of our ways of life.

Published on 03/04/2019

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Michel Lussault

A renowned professor of geography specialising in the spatial, Michel Lussault questions, in his latest works, globalisation and the creation of new urban spaces which he describes as "hyper-locations".

Updated on 04/07/2019

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The French language seen by Xavier Gorce

Cartoonist and illustrator, daily contributor to the website of Le Monde, Xavier Gorce put the subject of the French language in the hands of his famous “Indégivrables” characters (incorrigible, un-defrostable penguins)…

Updated on 23/04/2019

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Elsa Dorlin

From her first works on gender to her recent history of violence, philosopher Elsa Dorlin advocates a practical feminism based on social struggles that combat both sexism and racism.

Published on 24/04/2019

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Frédéric Worms

An eminent philosopher specialising in Bergson, Frédéric Worms studies the history of 20th-century philosophy and today’s societies, by singling out different important “moments”.

Updated on 05/06/2019

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Antonio Casilli

Following the adoption of the Copyright Directive by the European Union in March 2019, French sociologist Antonio Casilli, specialist in social networks and author of Waiting for robots, an enquiry into clickwork (Seuil, 2019), gives us his take on the digital giants, artificial intelligence and the...

Updated on 23/05/2019

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Dominique Cardon

Director of the Medialab at Sciences Po, sociologist Dominique Cardon is also a member of the Scientific Council for Wikimédia France, the Editorial Committee for the journal “Réseaux” and the CNIL Foresight Committee. His research and publications have established his reputation as an expert on...

Published on 10/07/2019

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The 2019 Denis Pietton grant goes to Rim Kelouaze

On 13th June 2019 at a ceremony organised in Tunis, the Denis Pietton grant was given to Algerian Rim Kelouaze in recognition of her “Teen” project, which aims to sustainably preserve and develop Algerian heritage.

Updated on 08/07/2019

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LabCitoyen 2019: "Women's rights: equality and citizenship"

For a week beginning on 1st July, LabCitoyen, the Institut français programme dedicated to Human Rights, will gather 57 young French-speakers from all over the world to discuss the theme: "Women's rights: equality and citizenship". Writer Leïla Slimani, 2016 Prix Goncourt winner, is the sponsor of...

Updated on 04/07/2019

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On Disobedience, by Frédéric Gros

In On Disobedience, Frédéric Gros analyses different types of obedience in a bid to understand disobedience within democracy.

Updated on 04/07/2019

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Night of Ideas 2020 : a night to "be alive"

The 5th edition of the Night of Ideas will take place on Thursday 30th of January 2020 around the topic “Being alive”. The topic puts at the center of the Night of Ideas 2020 the interrogation of ecological balances and the relationship between the human and the world.

Updated on 03/02/2020

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Karine Léger

Karine Léger, head of Airparif, was in Southeast Asia  in early October to take part in a regional cycle of discussion of ideas on the theme: “A liveable and sustainable city”. She revisits the major issues affecting cities today, from Paris to Hanoi.

Updated on 04/11/2019

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Traces, by Felwine Sarr

Written by the thinker Felwine Sarr and performed alone on stage by the Burkinabe actor Étienne Minoungou, Traces (2018) is aimed at an African youth in need of some points of reference. It's a lyrical text that looks at the history of the continent and points purposefully towards its future.

Published on 16/09/2020

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Marc Lazar

2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of communism. On the occasion of this anniversary, a regional series is taking place in Germany and the Czech Republic combining debates, exhibitions, screenings and live performances. Marc Lazar, a professor at Sciences...

Updated on 10/05/2021

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