Social Sciences and Psychology - Politics

History - Jun 12, 2017
From Lesbos to Calais, Idoméni, Lampedusa, Calais, Ventimiglia: The number of camps in Europe in 2015-2016 appears to be the most visible sign of what has been called the "refugee crisis". But how were these camps set up? How do they work? What do they create? To answer these questions, is to try to understand one of the most important moments in contemporary history, beyond media clichés and political instrumentalizations.
Politics - May 17, 2017

Do our childhood experiences shape our political attitudes' A team of Inserm researchers from Unit 960 ‘Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory' (Inserm/ENS) have discovered the answer to this question, the results of which have recently been published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior.

Religions - Jul 12, 2016

The las issue of Astérion , published by ENS Editions , is about "Thinking Arab revolutions". Makram Abbès , of the ENS de Lyon, researcher at Triangle , coordinated this issue #14.

Social Sciences - Sep 26, 2016
Social Sciences

As they grow up, do children become young Robin Hoods? Depending on their age, they do not allocate resources in the same way between dominant and subordinate individuals.

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