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Participants are welcome to make their own arrangements or reserve a room at the Cité internationale universitaire de Paris (approximately $900). In the past, most participants have succeeded in finding reasonably priced apartments via Airbnb.
There are a number of libraries and archives affiliated with the EHESS. Click here for a list. They all have specific restrictions, but you will likely qualify if you are a professor or graduate student. As with most other libraries in Paris, they do not have open stacks.
The Bibliothèque interuniversitaire Sorbonne has specific restrictions, but you will likely qualify if you are a professor or graduate student. As with most other libraries in Paris, it does not have open stacks.
The Pompidou Center has a good public library in the center of the city, although it can be busy with students. It does have the advantage of having open stacks.
There are numerous municipal libraries that are usually relatively nice places to work, and they have open stacks. You can search your neighborhood here.
Here are some other resources for libraries:
You have to pay for the Bibliothèque nationale, but it has a remarkable collection. It has open stacks for some collections.
There are a number of copy shops in the neighborhood of the EHESS where you can print.
Information on Paris
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