Bruno Latour is Professor at Sciences Po Paris. He has also been Professor at the Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines in Paris and visiting Professor at University of California (San Diego), at the London School of Economics, and Harvard University.
After field studies in Africa and California, he specialized in the analysis of scientists and engineers at work. In addition to work in philosophy, history, sociology and anthropology of science, he has collaborated on many studies in science policy and research management, producing significant works such as Laboratory Life (1979), Science in Action (1987), The Pasteurization of France (1984), and more recently Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor Network Theory (2005).
He has also published an anthology of essays, Pandora’s Hope: Essays in the Reality of Science Studies (2002), which explore the consequences of the “science wars” and has made a valuable contribution to the political philosophy of the environment with the book Politics of Nature. In a further series of books, he has explored the consequences of science studies on religion in On the Modern Cult of the Factish Gods (2010) and Rejoicing: Or the Torments of Religious Speech (2013).