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Marie Alauzen - Sociologist


Marie Alauzen's works are at the crossroad of social studies of science and technology (STS), workplace studies and the sociology of the State. She conducts long-term investigations into the transformations in the relationship between State and society provoked by digital technologies.

She has defended her thesis in 2019, at Ecole Mines ParisTech. Her doctoral dissertation focuses on the modernization of the State. It underlines the coordinated activity of State reform and, more particularly, the recent movements in France around the platform State (l'État plateforme) and the design of digital public services. In addition, she participated in the ORA project "Quantification, Administrative Capacity and Democracy" (2017-2018) and the
Responsiblity for digital identity Chair at Télécom Paris (2019-2020). She has also joined the Scriptopolis team in 2017, which has been dedicating for more than ten years a digital research notebook to the anthropology of writing.

Since fall semester 2020, Marie Alauzen is lecturer (ATER) in political science at École normale supérieure and  carry out an investigation in the fight against desinformation.

Email : marie.alauzen(at)ens.psl.eu


Didier Torny   

Books1 document

  • Marie Alauzen, Philippe Artières, Jérôme Denis, David Pontille, Didier Torny. Scriptopolis. Éditions Non Standard, 2019, 979-10-96939-05-3. ⟨hal-02290326⟩

Other publications1 document

  • Marie Alauzen, Jérôme Denis, David Pontille, D. Torny. Ces écrits qui peuplent la ville. CNRS Le Journal, 2020. ⟨hal-03020356⟩