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AxPo Seminar

An interdisciplinary monthly research seminar featuring the work of senior visiting scholars from renowned universities around the world.

1. Oona Hathaway

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Co-sponsored with Ecole de droit – Sciences Po Law School

Yale University, Gerard C. and Bernice Latrobe Smith Professor of International Law, Yale Law School

Department of Political Science

Professor of International and Area Studies, MacMillan Center, Yale University

Beatriz Botero Arcila, discussant

Title: The Rise of Private Data

2. Jacob Hacker 

Yale University, Department of Political Science

Monday, October 10, 2022 | 15:00-16:30 in K.008

Jan Rovny, discussant

Title: The Density Paradox: How Rising Geographic Inequality is Reshaping American Democracy

3. Susi Geiger 

Friday, November 25, 2022 | 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. – co-organized with the CSO, Sciences Po

Location: Salle Goguel, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume

Lochlann Quinn School of Business, University College Dublin

Etienne Nouguez, discussant

Title: In the Name of Transparency: Organizing European Pharmaceutical Markets through Post-Political Struggles

4. Ugo Rossi 

Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy

Thursday 02/02/2023, 17:00-19:00 – co-organized with Cities are Back in Town seminar series, Urban School, Sciences Po

In Room K.011

**Register to attend the seminar here (required)**

Discussant: Tommaso Vitale, Associate Professor of Sociology, CEE, Dean of the Urban School, Sciences Po

Title: The return of the urban state: The political construction of technology-driven economies

5. Lisa Suckert 

Economic Sociology, MPIfG

Monday 06/03/2023 15:00-16:30 – with the CSO
Location : K.011 

Discussant: Daniel Benamouzig, CNRS Research Director, Associate Professor, Center for the Sociology of Organizations (CSO), Sciences Po

Title:  (Re)Imagining the good economy: Economic ideals in the age of globalized, financialized, digitalized, and de-carbonized capitalism

6. Alexander Nützenadel

Professor of social and economic history at Humboldt University since 2009. Currently the Gerda Henkel Visiting Professor at LSE.

Monday 27/03/2023 13:30-15:00 - with the Centre d'Histoire, Sciences Po (CHSP)

Location: K.011

Discussant: Paul-André Rosental, Director of the Center of History at Sciences Po

Title: The Long Shadow of 1931: Regulatory Cycles in Comparative Perspective (1930-1980)

7. Dieter Plehwe

Senior Professor in Political Science, WZB

Monday 17/04/2023 from 13:00-14:30 – co-organized with CEE, Sciences Po

Location: K.011

**Register to attend the seminar here (required)**

Discussant: Andreas Eisl, Jacques Delors Institute Research Fellow; MaxPo/CEE/MPIfG/University of Cologne PhD graduate

Title: Big Tech (and) Neoliberalism

8. Sigal Alon

Friday 05/05/2023 from 11:30-13:00co-organized with CRIS, Sciences Po

Location: K.008

**Register to attend the seminar here (required)**

The Weinberg Chair in Sociology of Stratification and Inequality; Head of The B. I. Cohen Inst. for Public Opinion Research

Tel Aviv University

Discussant: Ettore Recchi, Sociology, Center for Research on Social Inequalities (CRIS), Sciences Po

Title: Shifts in Work Orientation during the COVID-19 Pandemic

9. Ashley Mears

Professor of Sociology and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Boston University

Friday 02/06/2023 from 11:30-13:00 –  co-organized with CRIS, Sciences Po

Location: Salle du Conseil (5th floor), Sciences Po, 13 rue de l’Université 75007 Paris

**Register to attend the seminar here (required)**

Discussant: Achim Edelmann, Assistant Professor in Computational Social Science, Medialab, Sciences Po

Title: How Algorithms Shape Culture: Lessons on Authenticity from Elite Content Creators

10. Nils Ringe

Professor, Robert F. and Sylvia T. Wagner Chair, and Associate Chair for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Department of Political Science

Monday 12/06/2023 13:00-14:30 - co-organized with the CEE, Sciences Po

Location: K.011

**Register to attend the seminar here (required)**

Discussant: Olivier Rozenberg, Associate Professor of Political Science, CEE, Sciences Po

Title: The Language(s) of Politics: Multilingual Policy-Making in the European Union

11. Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra

Sociology, UC San Diego

Tuesday 27/06/2023 13:00-14:30 

Location: Salle Goguel, entrance via 27 rue Saint-Guillaume 75007 Paris (through the courtyard to the next building)

Discussant: Christine Musselin, CNRS Research Director, Center for the Sociology of Organizations (CSO), Sciences Po

Title: Budgets as Obfuscation: Competition, Austerity and the Organizational Politics of Higher Education

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