INRA, UMR 1248 Agir, équipe Odycée
BP 52627. F- 31326 Castanet-Tolosan Cedex
Tel. : +33 (0)5 61 28 55 15
E-mail : antoine.dore[at]toulouse.inra.fr
The focus of my research and analysis is set on the agricultural and environmental sector, specifically on the management and government of life. My research consists in analyzing the construction of metrics and standards by which actors coordinate their knowledge and their action.
I am currently conducting research about the organization of animal genetic resources and the genomic selection. My objective is to conduct robust qualitative research that jointly examines two phenomena: the “genomics revolution” (particularly related to the development of high-throughput sequencing) and the “digital revolution” (particularly related to the development of digital information technology). These profound technical changes are accompanied by major organizational, economic and social transformations that need to be studied to understand how they transform the coordination of agricultural, commercial and scientific actors at different levels.
I have conducted research on (1) politics of nature (controversial management of wolf population), (2) organization and governance of risk (management of Desert Locust Outbreaks in West Africa), (3) “systems of professions” in the social worlds of livestock production (professional identities in dairy cattle sector).
Government of life; Science and Technology Studies; Infrastructure Studies; Organization; Agriculture ; Environment; Biotechnologies; Genetic resources; Genomic ; Anthrozoological relations
Sept. 2013 / On-going : Fellow Researcher INRA
2013 : Postdoc Fellow ; NEXUS “Ecoquartier NEXUS Energie” (Eco-district NEXUS energy), 2012 – 2014, funded by ADEME (French Environment and Energy Management Agency).
2012 : Postdoc Fellow; MOUVE “Les interactions Élevages et Territoires dans la mise en mouvement de l’intensification écologique” (The interactions Livestock – Local Development and the dynamics of the ecological intensification), 2010 – 2014, funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR).
2011 : Postdoc Fellow LYNX “Diagnostic model of interactions between landscape structure, land transport infrastructure and flagship species: the case of lynx in the Jura Mountains”, 2011, funded by the Research program “Land-transport infrastructure, landscapes, biodiversity and territorial projects” (MEED - French Ministry for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy & ADEME - French Environment and Energy Management Agency).
2010 : Head of Studies ; DIVA2 “Action Publique, Agriculture et biodiversité”: “Construction de l’action publique environnementale: le cas de la mise en gestion des populations de loups en France” (Public policy, Agriculture, Environment: the construction of environmental public policy) (2007 – 2009), funded by the MEED - French Ministry for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy; Co-coordinator (with Isabelle Mauz).
Graduate teaching as lecturer
• Lecture and training coordinator in “Social Studies of Controversies”, Master at ENSAT – Toulouse National Institute of Agronomy and Sciences Po – Toulouse Institute of Political Studies; Toulouse, France – Sept. 2014 / On-going.
• Lecture in “Science and Technology Studies”, Master “Risk, Environment, Health” at Sciences Po – Toulouse Institute of Political Studies; Toulouse, France – Sept. 2014 / On-going.
• Lecture in “Sociology of Innovation”, Master “Technical, Sciences, Decisions”, at Grenoble Institute of Technology and Sciences Po – Grenoble Institute of Political Studies; Grenoble, France – Sept. 2012 / Jun. 2013.
• Lecture in “Social Studies of Controversies”, Bachelor "Science and Social Sciences" and Bachelor "Applied Mathematics for Social Sciences", at Sciences Po – Paris Institute of Political Studies; Paris, France – Sept. 2011 / Jun. 2012.
• Lecture in “Methods of Social Sciences”, engineering students at National College of State Public Works (ENTPE; École Nationale des Travaux Publics de l'État); Lyon, France – Sept. 2008 / Jun. 2010.
2011 : PhD in Sociology; Sciences Po – Paris Institute of Political Studies (dir. Bruno LATOUR)
2011 : PhD in Environmental Science & Management ; University of Liège (dir. Marc MORMONT)
2005 : Master of Research – “Environment: Landscapes, Techniques and Societies”; specialisation in “Sustainable Development and Agriculture”; AgroParisTech – National Agronomic Institute of Paris-Grignon