Associate Dean, Professor
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Yves Jeanneret is Associate Dean and Professor of Information and Communication Sciences at the Graduate School of Communications (CELSA) of the Sorbonne University. He is an alumnus of the Ecole Normale Supérieure – rue d’Ulm and Agrégé de Lettres. Jeanneret’s research analyses knowledge circulation in society and transformations in media and communication forms.
Recent publications include, Where is Mona Lisa ? et autres lieux de la culture (Cavalier bleu, 2011), Penser la trivialité : la vie triviale des êtres culturels (Hermès, 2008), Y a-t-il (vraiment) des technologies de l’information ? (Septentrion, 2000), L’affaire Sokal ou la querelle des impostures (PUF, 1998), and Ecrire la science : formes et enjeux de la vulgarisation (PUF, 1994). Jeanneret has also directed several academic reviews on digital writings, the analysis of communication processes and semiotics theories. He is the Co-Director of the French academic review and French-speaking reference for the information and communication sciences, Communication & langages.
After having directed several research bodies, notably the research team at CELSA, known as the Gripic from 2000 to 2007, Yves Jeanneret currently directs the CELSA Chair for Innovation in Communication and Media.