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Objects: presents forms of politics as constructed by the social sciences.
Tools: explores the multiple instruments of data capture and intelligibility of politics by the social sciences and traces their origins, empirical use and transformations.
Impacts: reflects on how certain events give rise to new research areas or lead to problematizing objects or classical approaches in a new way.
Readings: looks at how the major texts of the social sciences analyzing politics have been read and interpreted over time.
Circulations: observes transfers of objects, concepts and issues in various reflection spaces and how transfers modify them.
Controversies: goes back to the important debates that have structured and oriented research on politics.