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Collaborative Ethnography: Welcoming the Passenger

By François-Xavier de Vaujany, PSL, Université Paris-Dauphine Ethnography, auto-ethnography and collaborative ethnography are more and more parts of my research and teaching practices. Open Walked Event-Based Experimentations (OWEE), these collaborative learning expeditions experimented since 2016, have been an opportunity for... Continue Reading →

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Program of “Makers, DIY & DIT in Lisbon”

The program of our next collaborative learning expedition #OWEE is now on line. Our event entitled "Makers, DIY & DIT in Lisbon: the New Explorers" will take place on April, 23rd-24th in Lisbon The full program can be accessed here... Continue Reading →

Overview of RGCS activites (2014-2018): studying and experimenting collaborative practices

Our network has first been a working group (NETC) set up in October 2014. It has then be a network gathering researchers, entrepreneurs and activists interested in new ways of working (e.g. collaborative work and collaborative spaces) and exploring new... Continue Reading →

Representativeness, Legitimacy & Democracy: Towards a New Politics of Organizing?

The 3rd OOSE workshop at EGOS conference will take place in Edinburgh on July, 3rd 2019 (7.30 PM). For long, Platon, Condorcet, Arrow have imagined what democracy and democratic organizing could be. The issue of the transitivity of preferences and... Continue Reading →

Sao Paulo: new RGCS chapter in Brazil

By Patricia C Nascimento, coordinator of RGCS Sao Paulo   São Paulo city, the largest metropolis in South America, is the home to over 12 million people and it is considered as the Latin America’s Silicon Valley, with a broad... Continue Reading →

Demain tous clonés ? De l’assistant Google à la duplication numérique

NB : cet article reprend l'annexe de la dernière note de recherche RGCS. Les notes de bas de page ne sont pas reproduites dans cette version. Michel Serres (2018 : p 10) : « Nous croyons à la dualité de... Continue Reading →

Porter la pédagogie hors les murs : une expérience en master de management

By François-Xavier de Vaujany, Université Paris Dauphine – PSL Quitter le cadre universitaire invite les étudiants à changer de posture (ici, des élèves de Paris-Dauphine dans les locaux de Startway). En octobre 2018, j’ai eu l’opportunité d’initier à Paris-Dauphine un... Continue Reading →

A new chapter in Kaunas: the new European capital of culture?

By Viktorija Janavičienė and Wlad Fomin   Kaunas, the second largest Lithuania‘s city, which keeps the authentic spirit of the country‘s national character alive. The city is located at the confluence of the two largest Lithuanian rivers, surrounded by the... Continue Reading →

RGCS opens a chapter in Washington!

By Serge da Motta Veiga The Greater Washington (or Capital) region has a population in excess of 6 million people with a diversifying business presence and a gradually shrinking federal government presence. Five counties across the region are among the... Continue Reading →

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