On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Sciences Po, the prestigious university institution entrusts France Culture with its lectures, inaugural lectures, exceptional teaching sessions led by great professors, French and foreign, politicians, intellectuals, researchers, artists, writers. These exciting recorded lectures will be offered to the general public in thematic collections on the franceculture.fr website and the radiofrance app.
On this occasion, France Culture joins forces with Sciences Po to decipher the first round of the French presidential elections on Monday, April 11 with its political science researchers and students.
“Sciences Po, as an institution of higher education and an international research university, shares values and a common ambition with France Culture: the dissemination of knowledge to as many people as possible. At a time when our institution celebrates its 150th anniversary and at a time when our country is deciding its future, we are delighted with this alliance that contributes to giving life to the debate and pluralism of ideas, fundamental for democratic life”.
Mathias Vicherat, Director of Po Sciences
“We are very happy and proud of this new partnership, which enriches the reference content offer that France Culture distributes to all audiences through the power of its terrestrial and digital antennas. After the courses of the College de France, this is a new step for France Culture towards the creation of a digital academy of news and knowledge”.
Sandrine Treiner, Director of Culture of France
The decryption of the presidential election – in the air:
monday april 11
7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Mornings / William Erner
With Nona Mayer, Research Director Emeritus Cnrs Sciences Po
Nicholas Rousselierpolitical historian,
from students of Po Sciences,
Accompanied in the 2nd part by Mathias ViceratDirector of Science Po
18:20 – 19:00 Discussion time / Emmanuel Laurentin
Are we still a political people?
With Mathieu Fullahistorian, researcher at CHSP (Sciences Po History Center) and professor at Sciences Po,
florence hagelprofessor of political science, director of the Center for European Studies and Comparative Politics at Sciences Po
Y bruno cautreCNRS researcher at Cevipof,
And two students by Po Sciences
Exceptional conferences – online:
Lectures or inaugural lectures at Sciences Po, France Culture offers lectures never before broadcast to the public thanks to a new collection, available from April 11 on franceculture.fr and on the Radio France app:
Collection 1 – Politics, democracy, elections Intellectuals, researchers, political scientists, historians or philosophers: this new original podcast in collaboration with Sciences Po gives pride of place to ideas, for an informed analysis of the notions of politics, democracy and election.
Vaclav Havel : Reception speech for the title of Doctor Honoris Causa
Recorded on 10/22/2009
Eulogy delivered by Jacques Rupnik, political scientist, professor at Sciences Po and director of research for the CNRS at the International Research Center (CERI), specialist in Central and Eastern Europe, advisor to President Vàclav Havel from 1990 to 1992. Reception speech by Vàclav Havel, writer, dissident intellectual and figure of the Velvet Revolution, first president of the post-communist Czech Republic from 1989 to 2003.
Pascal Perrineau “The relationship of the French with politics: a crisis of European democracy? »
Recorded on 06/12/2005
Pascal Perrineau, political scientist, Sciences Po university professor (now emeritus), director of CEVIPOF (Sciences Po Center for Political Research) from 1992 to 2013. President of Sciences Po Alumni. Specialist in political attitudes (public opinion, surveys), voting (electoral sociology), political forces (parties, party systems, right and extreme right).
Mark Lazarus “Democracy in Europe in the 20th century”
Recorded on 01/10/2006
Marc Lazar, Historian, Sciences Po University Professor since 1999, Director of the Sciences Po Doctoral School (2000-2007), Director of the History Department (2010-2014), and Director of the Sciences Po History Center (2014- 2022), President of the Scientific Council of Sciences Po (2010-2021). Specialist in history and political sociology of the European left (particularly France/Italy), specialist in political parties and political life, populism.
nona mayer “The ‘New Electoral Disorder'”
Recorded on 12/21/2006
Nonna Mayer, political scientist, research director of the CNRS at CEVIPOF (Sciences Po center for political research) then at the Sciences Po Center for European Studies and Comparative Politics (CEE, 2009-), president of the French Association of Political Sciences ( 2005-2016)). She is a specialist in radical rights and electoral dynamics from the perspective of precariousness and gender; specialist in the transformations of racism and antisemitism; specialist in intercultural relations between minorities and between minorities and majority populations.
Alain Badou “Revolutionary Perspectives Today”
Recorded on 04/01/2016
Alain Badiou, Marxist philosopher, playwright, novelist. Normalien formed by Althusser, Canguilhem, Lacan, professor of philosophy at the experimental university of Vincennes, then at the École Normale Supérieure (emeritus).
Research meeting organized by the scientific department of Sciences Po in association with The Conversation: Can digital technology reinvent democracy?
Recorded on 04/16/2019
With Julia Cageeconomist, associate professor in the department of economics at Sciences Po; Dominique Cardon sociologist, professor of sociology at Sciences Po, director of the Sciences Po medialab since 2016; bruno landingpolitical scientist, research director of the CNRS at the Center for European Studies and Comparative Politics (CEE) of Sciences Po, director of the Interdisciplinary Laboratory for the Evaluation of Public Policies of Sciences Po (LIEPP, 2014-2020); Jen Schradie, sociologist, assistant professor at the Observatory for the Sociology of Change (OSC). ; Diana Filipovaco-founder and co-chairman of Place Publique; Gregory Lemarchanddeputy editor-in-chief of Agence France Presse, responsible for social media and fact-checking.