MSCA Conference speakers - Denis Guthleben

Scientific attaché at the CNRS Historical Committee and editor-in-chief of the journal “Histoire de la recherche contemporaine”, Denis Guthleben has a PhD in contemporary history of international relations and foreign worlds from Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University.

He joined CNRS in 2004, where much of his work focuses on the history of science and scientific research, through the policies, institutions, actors and programs that have constituted the landscape of higher education and research from the last decades of the 19th century to the present day. His most significant publications are : "Science. Build New Worlds" (CNRS Ed., 2019), "The Fabulous History of Inventions" (Dunod Ed., 2018), "The History of the CNRS. A National Ambition for Science" (Armand Colin Ed., 2013), and "Dreams of scholars. Amazing Inventions of the Interwar Period" (Armand Colin Ed., 2011).