Prochaine session publique des Café(s) Domination et Développement (KF-DD) avec :
Résident 2014-2015 de l’Institut d’Études Avancées de Nantes et docteur en sciences politiques,
The 3 day international conference “Progress, change and development: past, present and future” conference will take place at University of Portsmouth, 4- 6 June 2015.
The aim of this interdisciplinary conference is to bring some of the generation who were involved in attempts to bring about change in the 1960s and 1970s together with researchers, theorists, practitioners, activists from the younger generations today. It will examine and debate how progress and development were conceptualised, practised and imagined during the periods of national liberation struggles, of decolonisation and its aftermath, of political and social upheaval and change.
Marseille 23-24 September 2015 –MUCEM – Musée des civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée
Since January 2014 the Emborders project, based at the Mediterranean Laboratory of Sociology – LAMES (MMSH/Aix -Marseille University) has looked critically at humanitarian interventions and policies addressing victims of sex trafficking and sexual minority asylum seekers in in the UK and France. The project examines the workings of ‘sexual humanitarianism’, a concept created by Nicola Mai to understand and represent the humanitarian governance of undesirable migrants that are framed as vulnerable according to their sexual orientation and/or behaviour.
Nous souhaitons mettre en ligne un répertoire de thèses ayant trait d’une manière ou d’une autre aux sciences sociales du développement et de l’humanitaire.
Si vous souhaitez y voir figurer votre thèse, en cours ou achevée, contactez-nous : dabaghy[arobase]ehess[point].fr.