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Vincent Antonin Lépinay

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Vincent Antonin Lépinay, normalien et docteur en anthropologie de l'Ecole des Mines de Paris et en sociologie de Columbia University est associate professor dans le département de sociologie et chercheur au médialab.

Ses recherches ont porté sur l’histoire et la sociologie de l’économie, des systèmes financiers, bancaires et juridiques. Il travaille actuellement sur la Russie et sur les institutions culturelles publiques françaises. Au sein du médialab, il travaille sur la théorie des organisations, la théorie sociale et les nouvelles méthodes d’humanités digitales.Il a publié The Science of Passionate Interests (avec Bruno Latour, Prickly Paradigm Press 2010), Codes of Finance (Princeton University Press, 2011), Art of Memories (Columbia University Press, 2019) et From Russia with Code (avec Mario Biagioli, Duke University Press, 2019). Avant de rejoindre Sciences Po, il a été assistant professor au Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) et professeur à la European University at Saint-Pétersbourg.

Vincent Antonin Lépinay is an Associate Professor in the Sociology Department and Medialab. He holds a Doctorate in Anthropology from the Ecole des Mines de Paris and Sociology from Columbia University in New York City. His research has focused on the history and sociology of the economy, financial, banking and legal systems. He has recently been working on Russian and Post-Soviet forms of expertise. He situates his work at the intersection of the theory of organizations, social theory and new digital methods for humanities. He is the author of The Science of Passionate Interests (with Bruno Latour, Prickly Paradigm Press 2010), Codes of Finance (Princeton University Press, 2011), Art of Memories (Columbia University Press, 2019) and From Russia with Code (with Mario Biagioli, Duke University Press, 2019).He was an assistant professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and professor at the European University at St. Petersburg.

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