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About Jean-Christophe Sevin

Jean-Christophe Sevin is a sociologist at the Centre Norbert Elias (EHESS Marseille). His research interests are in the dynamics of cultural forms, notably in connection with the digital media transition, and in the relations between art, culture and territory. His last publications include : « L’implémentation des musiques électroniques de danse et leurs agencements collectifs », in T. Bachir et S. Iglesias (dir.), Musiques, contextes et savoirs. Berne, Peter Lang, 2012 ; « La restauration et la réédition numérique de la musique », Culture et Musées, n°19, 2012.

Articles by Jean-Christophe Sevin

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The aesthetic politics of two decades of techno-movement in France

The political debate around the techno-movement accompanied efforts by the French state to bring raves under state control. The aesthetic effect of these musical events remains a political challenge.

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