6 May 2019
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Creative Commons and Open Source licenses – Do digital freedoms conflict with property rights?

by Séverine Dusollier Full Professor, Law School Revolutions often start with stories, anger, and frustrations that are a priori insignificant and anecdotal. This is the […]
6 May 2019
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What the European far rights share on social networks

by Caterina Froio Assistant Professor at the Center for European Studies and Comparative Politics   The online presence of far-right organizations, activists, and figures, and […]
6 May 2019

Digital technology, a teaching field and tool

Since the transmission of knowledge is a major objective of research, the academic community is also involved in the development of a growing course offering. […]
8 November 2018

Digital readings of the Bible

In a study of sermons made by English preachers in the 17th and 18th centuries, medialab researcher Jean-Philippe Cointet and four sociologists and historians from […]
25 October 2018

The history of international trade in data

The result of collaboration between the Center for History and the médialab, RICardo (Research on International Commerce) is a project devoted to trade between nations […]
9 October 2017

Data’s effect on urban governance

Political science PhD Antoine Courmont wrote his thesis on the effects of Open data on urban government. His thesis was developed in partnership with the […]
22 May 2016

Digital humanities: learning from an experiment

Humanities have always been intensely interactive and social; a vibrant ecosystem of shared and reworked ideas. However, many have argued that digital humanities are reframing […]
20 May 2016

A new-generation electoral survey

In 2015, the French Ministry of the Interior awarded CEVIPOF a grant to develop and conduct a “new generation” electoral survey, called “The French Electoral […]