Axis 2 classes: Contribute
The imagery has become the main medium for transmitting knowledge that succeeds in capturing the audience’s attention. Therefore, students in mapping controversies classes have to produce websites and videos accessible for the public by acquainting themselves with web site publishing and by using presentation formats adapted to their chosen themes.
The second axis has two sides: video and web. The classes are then organized considering the final format of the different projects.
Year 2015/16 :
- Socio-political issues of digital technology – Dominique Boullier (Sciences Po)
- Mapping controversies – Tommaso Venturini (Sciences Po, ENSAD)
- Mapping scientific controversies – Nicolas Benvegnu and Brice Laurent (Sciences Po)
- Mapping controversies – Vincent Lépinay (Sciences Po, Paris School of International Affairs)
You can consult the list of the previous years’ classes by clicking the links below: