As part of our “Ateliers des médiations” workshops, Manon Champier looks back on her work as a specialist popularizing ancient history on her YouTube channel C’est une autre histoire (That’s another (hi)story). This blog post is an opportunity to revisit the notion of vulgarization”, a term which is being used less and less to refer to the science communication practices, even though it has been revitalized on the web by different actors.
A selection of posts from Hypotheses, a blog platform hosting thousands of blogs in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
An overview of the vast range of academic disciplines disseminated on Hypotheses, made accessible to English-speaking readers, thanks to the INIST-CNRS (Institute for scientific and technical information) translation services.
- “From Vietnam, with waste”: linked together by trash
- Vulgarization revisited: the internet and the new spaces for public history
- In search of those who disappeared during the Algerian War of Independence
- Midsomer’s Greenification, or “behind the green scenes” of a British TV police series
- Appointing the headman of a prison yard (Chad): a process of miniature bureaucratisation