Séverine Arsène

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Contact

Email: sarsene@hku.hk
Twitter: @severinearsene

Affiliation

Managing Editor, AsiaGlobal Online, Asia Global Institute, The University of Hong Kong

Research fields

– Global Internet governance and China
– The making of Chinese cyberpolitics

Curriculum

2013-2017: Researcher (CEFC), Chief Editor of China Perspectives
2012-2013: Associate researcher, Laboratoire Communication et Politique (CNRS), Paris
2011-2012: Yahoo! fellow, Georgetown University, Washington DC
2009-2011: Teaching fellow (ATER), Université Lille 3, Roubaix
2009: Ph.D, Political Science, Sciences Po Paris
2005-2008: Sociologist, Orange Labs, Paris & Beijing
2005: Master in Comparative Political Science, Sciences Po Paris
2004: Graduated from Institute of Political Studies, Aix-en-Provence

Publications

Some publications are available on open archives

Peer-reviewed articles

2017 « L’opinion publique en ligne et la mise en ordre du régime chinois»Participations2017/1 (N° 17) : 35-58.

2016 Global Internet Governance in Chinese Academic Literature: Rebalancing a Hegemonic World Order?, China Perspectives, 2016/2

2015 Internet Domain Names in China: Articulating Local Control with Global Connectivity China Perspectives, 2015/4

2012 Protester sur le web chinois (1994-2011), Le Temps des Médias, no. 18

2011 From self-censorship to social protest. Speaking out online in an authoritarian context, Revue française de science politique, vol.61, no.5

2009 Quand les internautes chinois prennent la parole: les nouveaux repères de l’identité, Hermès, no.55

2008 Online discussions in China: the collaborative development of specific norms for individual expression, China Perspectives, 2008/2

Books

2011 Internet et politique en Chine, Paris, Karthala, 2011

2005 Le Mei Hua Zhuang, un art martial authentique, Paris, You-Feng, 2005

Book chapters and other publications

2018 “China, Internet Governance and the Global Public Interest, in Ines Sieckmann and Odila Triebel (eds.)”, A New Responsible Power China? (online book),  Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations (ifa), Stuttgart.

2018 “Trust in Ratings: China’s Social Credit System”, AsiaGlobal Online, 2018/05/17.

2017 “Editorial” China Perspectives, 2017/3

2015 “Art, blog et dissidence. Portrait d’Ai Weiwei,” La Vie des Idées.

2015 “From the ‘Great Firewall’ to the ‘Great Cannon:’ The misleading metaphors of Internet filtering in China,” China Policy Institute Blog.

2013 Book review: China Innovation Inc., Romain Bironneau (ed.), Presses de Sciences Po, 2012, in Revue Française de Science Politique, vol. 63, no. 3, June 2013.

2013 “The Chinese ICT development strategy in Africa. Transparency, sovereignty and soft power”, in Kalathil Shanthi (ed.), Diplomacy, Development and Security in the Information Age, Washington DC, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University, 2013

2012 “Internet en Chine”, in Bouissou Jean-Marie (ed.), Internet en Asie, Paris, Philippe Picquier, 2012

2012 “Chine : Internet comme levier de puissance nationale,” Politique étrangère, 2012/2

2012 “The impact of China on global Internet governance in an era of privatized control”, Communication at the Chinese Internet Research Conference, Los Angeles, May 2012

2012 “Wukan Village, China: A Narrow Path for Local Democracy”, Georgetown Journal for International Affairs blog, January 2012

2011 “Internet et politique en Chine”, Les cahiers de la SFSIC, autumn 2011

2010 “La satire, ou la ringardisation de la censure sur le web chinois,” Le Kiosque, 2010

In the media


2017

Le Monde | 25.10.2017
Le gouvernement chinois exploite habilement ce que nous ont appris les réseaux sociaux

The Jakarta Post | 18.05.2017
China issues warning for new ransomware virus

2016
Le Temps | 27.06.2016
En Chine, la jungle sans foi ni loi des petits crédits

France Culture | 30.04.2016
La Chine de Xi

PodAcademy.org | 17.04.2016
Cyber sovereignty: The global Domain Name System in China

2015
France Culture | 29.01.2015
Des citoyens révoltés – La désobéissance numérique

2014
RTBF | 05.06.2014
Avec les lecteurs du site de la RTBF, “Faut-il avoir peur de la Chine ?”
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