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Dr. Laine invité par le laboratoire Pacte

Le Dr Jussi P. Laine est professeur associé au Karelian Institute (University of Eastern Finland) et détient le titre de Docteur en géographie humaine à l'Université d'Oulu, en Finlande. Il est également président de l'Association for Borderlands Studies et fait partie du comité directeur de la Commission de géographie politique de l'Union géographique internationale. Le Dr Laine est un géographe mais dans son approche des frontières, il combine les influences des relations internationales et de la géopolitique, de la sociologie politique, de l'histoire, de l'anthropologie et de la psychologie. Dans le cadre des études sur les frontières, il cherche à explorer la production multiscalaire des frontières et à apporter une perspective critique sur la relation entre l'État, le territoire, la citoyenneté et la construction de l'identité. Plus récemment, le Dr Laine a publié des travaux sur la mobilité des frontières, l'accueil des migrants, l'éthique des frontières et l'(in)sécurité ontologique (https://www.uef.fi/web/ktl/jussi_laine)

 

Le Dr Laine passera au total deux mois à l'Université Grenoble Alpes au cours de l'année 2020, un premier mois du 17 février au 16 mars, et un autre mois à l'automne (octobre). Pendant son séjour, il travaillera en partenariat avec les laboratoires PACTE et ILCEA4 sur le thème des migrations, des frontières et des relations internationales. Il participera également à plusieurs événements organisés par ces laboratoires, notamment le séminaire " New Frontiers " (ILCEA4), le séminaire HOMES "Exploring Links between Borders and Ethics ", dispensera un enseignement et donnera un discours d'ouverture pour la journée d'étude sur les élections américaines de 2020.

 

17 février 2020
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Conférence de Nikos Zahariadis, professeur invité de Rhodes College (USA)
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Trump’s USA after the mid-term elections

Nikolaos ZAHARIADIS is Mertie Buckman Chair and Professor of International Studies at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN, USA. His research focuses on explorations of policymaking at the intersection of domestic and international affairs with substantive emphasis on political economy and (lately) migration issues.

 

He has been a Fulbright Scholar in Germany and Italy, a Policy Studies Organization Fellow, a National Bank of Greece Senior Research Fellow, an ESRC-SSRC Fellow as well as (twice) President of the International Studies Association-South and chair of the public policy interest section of the European Union Studies Association. His work has been published by major presses – such as the University of Michigan Press, Georgetown University Press, Routledge, Springer, and others – and has appeared in key journals – such as Policy Studies Journal, Journal of European Public Policy, Policy Sciences, European Journal of Political Research, International Studies Quarterly, Comparative Political Studies, Comparative Politics, and others. Apart from being an Elvis Presley fan in America’s capital of the blues, he enjoys exploring different cuisines in small and unassuming restaurants.

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17:30 - 19:00
12 décembre 2018
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Bienvenue à John Agnew, professeur distingué de l’Université de Californie à Los Angeles (UCLA)

John Agnew (Ph.D. Ohio State) est professeur distingué de Géographie et d'Italien à l’Université de Californie à Los Angeles (UCLA) et spécialiste de géographie politique, particulièrement la politique en Italie, l'urbanisation européenne et la géopolitique de l'économie mondiale. Il est lauréat de la bourse Guggenheim pour ses recherches sur les frontières des Balkans en 2003-2004 et devient en 2017 membre de la British Academy. Il est l'auteur de nombreux ouvrages et manuels exceptionnels, ainsi que rédacteur en chef de Territory, Politics, Governance.

En France du 20 septembre au 20 octobre 2018

 

INTERVENTIONS

• 4 octobre 2018 | "La géopolitique à l'ère de la mondialisation", Conférence d'exception 2018, Amphithéâtre Louis Weil, Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA)

• 9 octobre 2018 | "Reading J.Agnew in Europe - Connections and silences in the making of contemporary political geographies", Institut de géographie alpine (IUGA)

• 11 octobre 2018 | " Comparing Populism in Italy and the USA", Sciences Po Grenoble

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Anne-Laure AMILHAT SZARY, Simon PERSICO et Josselin TALLEC
20 septembre 2018 - 20 octobre 2018
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Intégration sociale des adolescents issus des minorités : une première étude comparative entre pays

Extrait du communiqué de presse du CNRS

 

“Un groupe de recherche international vient de publier les conclusions de son enquête centrée en particulier sur la délinquance des jeunes issus des minorités, ethniques ou religieuses, de cinq pays occidentaux. À travers la délinquance, l'étude interroge l'intégration sociale des minorités et conclut que les relations aux institutions et les conditions de vie de ces jeunes alimentent des dynamiques d'intégration distinctes selon les pays. Les chercheurs du laboratoire Pacte(CNRS/Sciences Po Grenoble/Université Grenoble Alpes) et leurs collègues ont publié leurs résultats sous forme d'un livre aux éditions Springer en septembre 2018.

France, États-Unis, Allemagne, Pays-Bas, Royaume-Uni : cinq pays et cinq modèles sociaux différents, qui ont été le terrain d'une même étude portant sur l'intégration sociale des jeunes issus de minorités ethniques ou religieuses, l'enquête Understanding and preventing youth crime, ou « Comprendre et empêcher la délinquance juvénile » en français.
Une équipe de chercheurs français et une douzaine de collègues des pays étudiés ont soumis quelque 10 000 adolescents âgés de 11 à 14 ans à un même questionnaire. Les analyses des mécanismes d'intégration au niveaux micro et macro-social sont donc pour la toute première fois comparables entre ces différents pays.”

Reference : Minority youth and social integration . Sebastian Roché & Mike Hough (Eds.) Septembre 2018, Springer. DOI : 10.1007/978-3-319-89462-1

English version : http://www2.cnrs.fr/en/3158.htm

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Sebastian ROCHE
2 octobre 2018
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Dr. Julian Matthews lectures in the School of Media, Communication and Sociology at the University of Leicester, UK. His research interests focus on journalism, news making and the reporting of social problems and he is the author of Producing Serious News for Citizen Children: A Study of the BBC’s Children’s Programme, Newsround (Edwin Mellen Press, 2010) and the co-editor of The Cultural Intermediaries Reader (Sage, 2014). In addition to publishing on topics such as immigration, terrorism and environmental issues, he continues to convene the British Sociological Association Media Study Group and act as an editor for the international journal, Sociology Compass. His latest research examines the media reporting of energy issues.

6 février 2018 - 13 février 2018
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Tom van der Meer is professor (hoogleraar) in Political Science, in particular Legitimacy, Inequality and Citizenship at the University of Amsterdam. He specializes in political trust, electoral behaviour, (ethnic diversity and) social capital, and research methods.

He is co-director of the Dutch Parliamentary Election Study and the Dutch Local Election Study (since 2015). Van der Meer has published in a wide variety of national and international journals and edited volumes on themes such as political trust, electoral volatility, social capital, citizen participation, and quantitative research methods (see publications). He is co-editor of the Handbook on Political Trust (with Sonja Zmerli) that was published in 2017 by Edward Elgar Publishing.

He's invited by Pacte social sciences research centre from 5 to 9th February 2018.

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5 février 2018 - 9 février 2018
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Sciences Po Grenoble et le laboratoire Pacte ont le plaisir d'accueillir Radoslav Dimitrov, professeur invité de Western University du 29 janvier au 9 février 2018.

 

Radoslav Dimitrov is a professor of international relations at Western University, Canada. He is a member of the EU Presidency team and coordinator of EU climate change negotiations. Recently he was asked by the European Commission to help redesign the EU negotiating strategy in climate negotiations. He has participated in UN diplomacy since 1999.   His academic work on climate diplomacy, the formation of international institutions, and the role of ideas, knowledge and norms in world politics is published in journals such as International Studies Quarterly, Global Environmental Politics and International Studies Perspectives, as well as his book Science and International Environmental Policy: Regimes and Nonregimes in Global Governance.

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Franck Petiteville
29 janvier 2018 - 9 février 2018
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Sciences Po Grenoble et le laboratoire Pacte ont le plaisir d'accueillir Andréa Bassi, professeur invité de l'université de Bologne du 22 janvier au 9 février 2018.

 

Andrea Bassi (PhD in Sociology and Social Policy) is Associate Professor of Sociology at the Department of Political and Social Sciences - Bologna University. He teaches: “Quantitative Methods for Social Research” and “Social Justice and Equity Studies” at the School of Political Science and “General Sociology” and “Sociology of Nonprofit Organizations” at the School of Economics and Management.

His research interests include: studies on nonprofit organizations in the field of social and health services, particularly concerning the relationships between public administration and nonprofit deliverers; and systems of measurement of organizational performance and social impact of nonprofit organizations.

He has 20 years of experience as Manager of nonprofit institutions in Italy, associations, social cooperatives, voluntary organizations and foundations, both at the local and national level. He has been Director of the research unit of FIVOL - Italian Foundation for Volunteers (1995-96) in Rome; Director of IREF – Institute of Research in Education and Training (1997-1999) in Rome; Director of Flaminia Foundation (2000-2006) in Ravenna.

He is member of ISTR – International Society for Third Sector Research and EMES – European Network on Social Economy. It has been Director of the Summer School ESSE – European Summer School on Social Economy – Bologna University; he is Director of the High Education Course in “Humanitarian and Health-Social Management” – Bologna University. He is member of the National Observatory on Association by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy.

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Amélie Artis
22 janvier 2018 - 9 février 2018
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Tim Ingold was born in 1948. He received his BA in Social Anthropology from the University of Cambridge in 1970, and his PhD in 1976. For his doctoral research he carried out ethnographic fieldwork (1971-72) among the Skolt Saami of northeastern Finland, and the resulting monograph ('The Skolt Lapps Today', 1976) was a study of the ecological adaptation, social organisation and ethnic politics of this small minority community under conditions of post-war resettlement. Following a year (1973-74) at the University of Helsinki, he was appointed to a Lectureship in Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester. Here he continued his research on northern circumpolar peoples, looking comparatively at hunting, pastoralism and ranching as alternative ways in which such peoples have based a livelihood on reindeer or caribou. His second book, 'Hunters, pastoralists and ranchers: reindeer economies and their transformations', was published in 1980. A further spell of ethnographic fieldwork, this time among Finnish rather than Saami people, was undertaken in the district of Salla, in northern Finland, in 1979-80. The purpose of this research was to examine how farming, forestry and reindeer herding were combined on the level of local livelihood, to investigate the reasons for the intense rural depopulation in the region, and to compare the long term effects of post-war resettlement here with those experienced by the Skolt Saami.

Ingold’s research on circumpolar reindeer herding and hunting led to a more general concern with human-animal relations and the conceptualisation of the humanity-animality interface, as well as with the comparative anthropology of hunter-gatherer and pastoral societies, themes which he also explored while teaching courses at Manchester in economic and ecological anthropology. These concerns led to a number of essays which were collected together in his book 'The Appropriation of Nature', published in 1986. The same year also saw the publication of another major volume, 'Evolution and Social Life', a study of the ways in which the notion of evolution has been handled in the disciplines of anthropology, biology and history, from the late nineteenth century to the present. Two important conferences also took place in that year: the World Archaeological Congress (Southampton), in which Ingold organised a series of sessions devoted to cultural attitudes to animals, and the Fourth International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (London), of which he was a principal organiser. Ingold edited one of the volumes to arise from the Southampton Congress, 'What is an animal?', published in 1988, and was co-editor of the two-volume work 'Hunters and Gatherers', consisting of papers from the London conference and published in the same year.

Through a reconsideration of toolmaking and speech as criteria of human distinctiveness, Ingold became interested in the connection, in human evolution, between language and technology. With Kathleen Gibson, he organised an international conference on this theme in 1990, and the resulting volume, edited by Gibson and Ingold ('Tools, language and cognition in human evolution'), was published in 1993. Since then, Ingold has sought ways of bringing together the anthropologies of technology and art, leading to his current view of the centrality of skilled practice. At the same time he has continued his research and teaching in ecological anthropology and, influenced by the work of James Gibson on perceptual systems, has been exploring ways of integrating ecological approaches in anthropology and psychology. In his recent work, linking the themes of environmental perception and skilled practice, Ingold has attempted to replace traditional models of genetic and cultural transmission, founded upon the alliance of neo-Darwinian biology and cognitive science, with a relational approach focusing on the growth of embodied skills of perception and action within social and environmental contexts of development. These ideas are presented in his book 'The Perception of the Environment' (2000), a collection of twenty-three essays written over the previous decade on the themes of livelihood, dwelling and skill.

Ingold was appointed to a Chair at the University of Manchester in 1990, and in 1995 he became Max Gluckman Professor of Social Anthropology. He was Editor of 'Man' (the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute) from 1990 to 1992, and edited the Routledge 'Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology', published in 1994. In 1988 he founded the Group for Debates in Anthropological Theory, and edited a volume of the first six annual debates ('Key Debates in Anthropology', 1996). He was elected to a Fellowship of the British Academy in 1997, and of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2000. In 1999 he was President of the Anthropology and Archaeology Section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.

In 1999, Tim Ingold moved to take up the newly established Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen, where he has been instrumental in setting up the UK's youngest Department of Anthropology, established in 2002. In his latest research he has been exploring three themes, all arising from his earlier work on the perception of the environment, concerning first, the dynamics of pedestrian movement, secondly, the creativity of practice, and thirdly, the linearity of writing. These issues all come together in his current project, funded by a 3-year ESRC Professorial Fellowship (2005-08), entitled 'Explorations in the comparative anthropology of the line'. Starting from the premise that what walking, observing and writing all have in common is that they proceed along lines of one kind and another, the project seeks to forge a new approach to understanding the relation, in human social life and experience, between movement, knowledge and description. At the same time, and complementing this study, Ingold is researching and teaching on the connections between anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture (the '4 As'), conceived as ways of exploring the relations between human beings and the environments they inhabit. Taking an approach radically different from the conventional anthropologies and archaeologies 'of' art and of architecture, which treat artworks and buildings as though they were merely objects of analysis, he is looking at ways of bringing together the 4 As on the level of practice, as mutually enhancing ways of engaging with our surroundings.

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11 décembre 2017 - 17 décembre 2017
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A native of Greece, Nikolaos Zahariadis is the Mertie Buckman Chair and Professor of International Studies at Rhodes College. He has previously taught at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the State University of New York-New Paltz and has received numerous awards for his work including a Fulbright fellowship, a Fulbright Specialist fellowship, a Policy Studies Organization fellowship, a National Bank of Greece Senior Researcher fellowship, and an Economic and Social Research Council fellowship. He has published widely on issues of comparative public policy and European political economy. His latest edited volumes, Handbook of Public Policy Agenda Setting (2016) and The Routledge Handbook of European Public Policy (with Laurie Buonanno, 2018), were published by Edward Elgar and Routledge respectively.

11 décembre 2017 - 13 décembre 2017
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