François Briatte is Assistant Lecturer at the Catholic University of Lille within the European School of Political and Social Sciences (ESPOL). His research has touched upon public health policies in Europe, the sociology of social movements, the sociology of quantification, and applications of network analysis to the social sciences. Before teaching at ESPOL, he has taught at Sciences Po in Paris and Reims, at the University of Lille 2, and at the University of Edinburgh. In January 2017, he joined the Médialab at Sciences Po in Paris as an associate researcher.
CLASSES TAUGHT AT ESPOL
- Aspects éthiques des politiques sanitaires et sociales (optional course, L3)
- Culture Numérique (workshop, L2)
- Epistemology and Methodology of the Social Sciences (tutorials, L2; lectures: Janis Grzybowski)
- European Health Policy (optional course, L3)
- Measuring Things for Power (optional course, M1)
- Méthodologie du Travail Intellectuel (workshop, L1)
- Political Sociology (tutorials, L2; lectures: Giulia Sandri)
- Legislative Network Analysis
- Comparative Health Policy
La séquence électorale française du printemps 2017 (with Caterina Froio)
Conference organised at ESPOL, January 2018.
Article published in The R Journal, 2017.
Les réseaux de cosignatures législatives de quinze parlements européens
Chapter published in Le réseau. Usages d’une notion polysémique en sciences humaines et sociales, 2016.
Article published in Network Science, 2016.