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Le vacillement des formats : matérialité, écriture et enquête : le design des publications en Sciences Humaines et Sociales

Abstract : The diffusion of digital technologies in research practices, as well as the socio-professional changes in the academic and editorial worlds at the beginning of the twenty-first century, have led to multiple destabilizations in the modes of investigation, writing and publishing involved in the publication activities of Humanities and Social Sciences researchers. Echoing these transformations, various experimental endeavours involving interdisciplinary collectives in the elaboration of novel publication formats have developed. These endeavours have been in dialogue and sometimes in friction with the norms, codes and shared habits that constituted their horizons of practice. In this context, this research focuses on the aesthetic, socio-technical, methodological and epistemological effects of the dialogue between conventional and experimental practices of publishing in the Human and Social Sciences. Through a design inquiry process articulating observation, writing and making through a series of derivations, this research aims at reconstituting the role of materiality in contemporary research collective formation.
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Robin de Mourat. Le vacillement des formats : matérialité, écriture et enquête : le design des publications en Sciences Humaines et Sociales. Art et histoire de l'art. Université Rennes 2, 2020. Français. ⟨NNT : 2020REN20012⟩. ⟨tel-03052597⟩

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