I use critical social science perspectives to explore how emerging technologies are built, used, and understood at the human scale.



Background

I’m a Paris-based digital anthropologist with more than 15 years’ experience analysing the digital transformation of society, politics, and economy across academic and industry roles. I’m currently a Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), where my research focuses on the intersection of platforms, polarisation, and partisanship.

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Mission

I provide research expertise, thought leadership, and professional training on a range of thematic domains linked to the social life of technology. My work focuses primarily on users and communities, with an emphasis on examining how people experience and communicate about social and technological change.

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