Conferences Series "Waiting for European Elections" - #3: Migrations, Values, and Borders: is the equation so impossible?

Date: 
Me, 2019-04-17 17:00 - 19:00

 

Conferences Series "Waiting for European Elections" #3: Migrations, Values, and Borders: is the equation so impossible? (PDF, 197 Ko)

Convenors : Sciences Po, Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics (CEE), Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques (OFCE), Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA), School of Public Affairs (EAP)


Wednesday 17 April 2019, 5-7 pm, Sciences Po, Amphitheater Chapsal, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris


 

The video of the conference is on line

 A panel discussion with:

  • Loïc Azoulai, Professor of European Law, Sciences Po Law School
  • Francesca Borgonovi, Senior Policy Analyst, OECD
  • Virginie Guiraudon, CNRS Research Professor of Political Science, Sciences Po Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics
  • Craig Spencer, Assistant Professor, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University ; Visiting Professor, Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs.
  • Chaired by Enrico Letta, Dean, Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs.

Contact: katia.rio@sciencespo.fr

Compulsory registration - For the external people to Sciences Po: You will have to arrive 10 minutes before the beginning of the seminar and to provide you with your identity papers)

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190417 - Every day urban mobility and the structural integration of cities

Date: 
Me, 2019-04-17 17:00 - 19:00

 

Seminar Cities are back in town “ Every day urban mobility and the structural integration of cities" (PDF, 106 Ko)



ROOM HAS CHANGED: Wednesday 17 April 2019, 5 - 7 pm, Sciences Po, Salle J210, 13 rue de l’Université, 75007 Paris

Speaker: Robert Sampson, Harvard University

Robert Sampson is the Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences at Harvard University, founding director of the Boston Area Research Initiative, and Affiliated Research Professor at the American Bar Foundation.
He served as Chair of the Department of Sociology and taught at the University of Chicago before moving to Harvard. He also taught at the University of Illinois and was a Senior Research Fellow at the American Bar Foundation. His main research interests include crime, disorder, the life course, neighborhood effects, civic engagement, inequality, "ecometrics," and the social structure of the city. He recently published Great American City: Chicago and the Enduring Neighborhood Effect, University of Chicago Press. This book is based on the culmination of over a decade of research from the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods (PHDCN), for which he served as Scientific Director.

Discussant: Patrick le Galès, Sciences Po, CEE & Urban School, CNRS

Collective discussion

Texts available upon request

Contact: agnes.bastin@sciencespo.fr

Compulsory registration on this link - For the external people to Sciences Po: You will have to arrive 10 minutes before the beginning of the seminar and to provide you with your identity papers)
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