Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation

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The Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation (CSI; "Center for the Sociology of Innovation") is a research center at the Mines Paristech, France.

The CSI was created in 1967 and is known for its members' contributions to the field of science and technology studies and to actor–network theory.[1] Prominent past and current members include academics such as Bruno Latour and Michel Callon.


  • ^ Dosse, François. Empire of Meaning: The Humanization of the Social Sciences. University of Minnesota Press. ISBN 978-0-8166-2964-0. 

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