Project team

Centre Edgar Morin
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales

Claude Fischler Claude Fishler is a Directeur d’études at CNRS (Paris) and heads IIAC (Interdisciplinary Institute of Contemporary Anthropology, EHESS). His research focuses on the social and cultural determinants of food consumption and nutrition. His work covers the perception of risk, “scares” and crises across cultures, as well as the reception and perception of sensitive technologies. More recently, he has been conduction research on the assessment and measurement of well-being and quality of life. He has published numerous articles and chapters on these issues. His booksinclude L’Homnivore (1990), Du vin (1999) and Manger (with E. Masson).
Antonio Casilli Antonio A. Casilli is an associate professor of Digital Humanities at Telecom ParisTech and a researcher in sociology at the Edgar Morin Centre, School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS, Paris). Among his books, Les liaisons numériques (Ed. du Seuil, 2010). He blogs about research and society on www.bodyspacesociety.eu, tweets as @bodyspacesoc, and he’s a regular commentator for Radio France Culture and the news site OWNI.
Fred Pailler Fred Pailler is a research assistant at School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS) and a PhD candidate at the Philosophy Atlantic Centre (CAPHI), Nantes university (FR). He works at the crossroad of sociology of technology and gender, queer and affects studies. In Anamia, he is team coordinator and has taken part in mapping ana-mia online network. blog(FR/en): sociographie.net & tw: @sociographie
Christy Shields Christy Shields is Lecturer at the Global Communications Department of the American University of Paris. She is defending her PhD thesis (From Discourse to Narrative: A Comparative Approach to the Study of Food and Identity in France and the United States) at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in October 2012. In ANAMIA, she has carried out the in-depth interviews, in English.
Sandrine Bubendorff Sandrine Bubendorff is a PhD candidate at the university of Strasbourg, FR (lab: LCSE). Her research focuses on the cultural industry mutations and more precisely the one which could be linked with the development and democratization of the Internet (crowdfunding, free software). In ANAMIA, she took part in the analysis of the qualitatives data.

Centre Maurice Halbwachs
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

Lise Mounier Lise Mounier is a senior assistant at Centre Maurice Halbwachs, CNRS, UMR 8097. Her current research focuses on sociology of organizations and social networks. In Anamia, she participates in the preparation of the data, their statistical treatment and in the analysis of personal networks.
Paola Tubaro Paola Tubaro is senior lecturer in economic sociology at the University of Greenwich, London and associate researcher at CNRS, Paris. Her research interests include social network analysis and social simulation applied to consumer choice and health behaviours. In ANAMIA, she participates in the collection and analysis of personal network data and the agent-based modeling.
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Manuel Boutet Manuel Boutet is currently a Fellow of the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. With digital technology uses as a entry point, Manuel Boutet studies contemporary changes in our lifestyles, norms and individual creativity. He investigates home computing, online gaming communities, innovation in mobile marketing, online gaming in the workplace, virtual currencies. He co-animates the EHESS seminar “Ethnography of social participation: work, volunteering, play, citizenship”, coordinates the annual OMNSH symposium “Game Studies? the French way!”, and has co-founded the journal “RESET: Social Research on the Internet”.
Pedro Araya Pedro Araya is a doctoral candidate at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris (France), and a tutor at the University of Paris 13 – Villetaneuse. His research interests include the anthropology of writing, poetics and political activism in Latin America. He is the author of « “C’était féroce, c’était délicieux” (Santiago de Chile, 1967) », in A. de la Llosa et S. Decante (éds.), 1968 en Amérique. Apparition de nouveaux acteurs, Paris : Presses Universitaires de Paris Ouest (2012) ; « Marcas expuestas, poéticas contestatarias. Escrituras en el espacio urbano chileno », in T. Orecchia-Havas, (ed.), Les villes et la fin du XXe siècle en Amérique Latine, Bern : Peter Lang (2007).

Centre de Recherches en Psychologie, Cognition et Communication
Université de Bretagne Occidentale

Estelle Masson   Estelle Masson is an associate professor of social psychology at the Université de Bretagne Occidentale, researcher at CRPCC (Center for Researches in Psychology, Cognition and Communication) and associate researcher at the Edgard Morin Centre. Her research focuses on the analysis of the evolutions of the social representations of health, food and the body. In ANAMIA, she participes in the collection and analysis of the quantitatives and qualitatives data.
Christèle Fraïssé Christèle Fraïssé is a associate professor in social psychology at the Université de Bretagne Occidentale and a researcher at CRPCC (Center for Researches in Psychology, Cognition and Communication). Her theoretical researches are in the field of social representations and mainly focus on sexuality and gender. The study of these representations took her to work on homophobia from the point of view of the theory of social representations. She is the author of L’homophobie et ses figures, PUR (2011), and Regards sur une crise. Les représentations de la vache folle, Zagros (2006).

Groupe de recherche Éthique, Technologies, Organisation, Société
Institut Mines-Télécom / Télécom École de Management

Pierre-Antoine Chardel Pierre-Antoine Chardel is associate professor at Telecom École de Management (Evry), he is working at the intersection of phenomenology, social philosophy and ethics. From these perspectives, he focuses on defining “coexistence” and the evolution of subjectivation processes in an information and media-centric society. He is more specifically interested in the ethical ramifications of communication technologies and digital medias.
Patrick Maigron Patrick Maigron is associate professor at Telecom SudParis, Evry. His lectures in the field of computer networks, and his research focuses on the technical architecture and governance of the Internet.
In the ANAMIA project, he is involved in the design and management of the collaborative platform and of the website.
Claire Strugala Claire Strugala got her PhD in Private law in 2009 (« L’identité physique de la personne humaine ») at the University of Aix-Marseille. She is now in a post-doctorate cursus at Telecom-École de Management (Evry), and takes part in the research group ETOS (“Ethics, Technologies, Organisations, Society”) which aims to articulate the various approaches used in philosophy, social sciences, political sciences and engineering sciences to question the development of the information and communication society in the light of its ethical, legal, socio-political and ecological challenges.
Débora de Carvalho Pereira Débora Pereira is a researcher at the Center for the Study of Mediation and Social Uses of Knowledge and Information in Digital Environments (NEMUSAD) and PhD student directed by Maria Aparecida Moura at University Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil. She blogs about environmental networks and the management of nature in deborapereira.blog.br.

Groupement de Recherche en Économie Quantitative d’Aix-Marseille
Université Aix-Marseille 2

Juliette Rouchier Juliette Rouchier is a researcher in economics at GREQAM (CNRS, Aix-Marseille School of Economics). After studying mathematics she turned to environmental studies and completed a phD in which she used agent-based simulations to model trust in exchange. Upon becoming a researcher in economics, she turned to theoretical approaches of markets, more precisely on urban food supply chains. This led her to deal with the topic of consumption practices in relation to food, and especially the role of social influence in these personal life choices.
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