Juliette Galonnier

reçoit le « Best Dissertation Award » de l'American Sociological Association (ASA)
  • Juliette Galonnier -  « Best Dissertation Award » 2018 ASAJuliette Galonnier - « Best Dissertation Award » 2018 ASA

Nous lui adressons toutes nos félicitations.

Juliette Galonnier reçoit ce prestigieux prix pour sa thèse « Choosing Faith and Facing Race: Converting to Islam in France and the United States » soutenue en juin 2017 dans le cadre du double diplôme de doctorat en Sociologie Sciences Po / Northwestern University (Chicago).

Ses travaux de recherches avaient déjà été récompensés deux fois : en 2014 Juliette avait obtenu le prix Robert F. Winch du Département de sociologie de Northwestern University pour son « second year paper » et en 2015, le "Presidential Fellowship", la plus prestigieuse bourse décernée par l'Université Northwestern (Chicago).

Juliette est actuellement post-doctorante à l'INED dans le cadre du  projet "Global Race" (ANR).

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[ Mai 2018 ]

Sciences Po and King’s College London

SPOK 29th June 2018: Impeding Mobility -Understanding, Visualizing, Interpreting
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If you wish to participate, we invite you to indicate your interest and participation to Didier BIGO before Wednesday, May 30, with copy to Marie-Rose PEREIRA

On June 29th 2018, the seminar between the students of Sciences-Po and King's College London will be held in London around the theme: Impeding mobility-understanding, visualizing, interpreting.

This day long workshop aims to bring together students of both institutions who have data (quantitative and/or qualitative) on the issues of impeding mobility and logics of monitoring and surveillance. The aim will be to share data amongst ourselves and to work with students to attempt to visualize this data. Dr. Jonathan Gray, a specialist in data analysis and visualization techniques will be present as well as professors on the studies of mobility, migration, borders, security including Prof. Didier Bigo, Prof. Claudia Aradau, Dr. Leonie Ansems de Vries and Dr. Emma Mc Cluskey who will provide insight around student proposals.

The workshop aims to provide a reflexive turn on activism, examining how technologies and the digital can help or block mobility by placing it under surveillance, but without necessarily stopping individuals. We hope this analysis of the re-articulation between the logic of passage, zones of free circulation, logic of impeding mobility in a coercive way, and logic of surveillance integrating the digital will provide a better understanding of what are called in other approaches "crises", emergencies, exceptions to normal.

The Source programme will select the three best papers, and will offer to the students £500 if they finalise the paper into a data visualization to be integrated into the final deliverable that KCL will submit in September.  

We invite students to participate who carry out research broadly fitting within the following themes:

    • The first theme focuses on the idea of "walls" broadly defined; fences, barriers and detention centres, at the American and European borders, but also the less spectacular "paper and electronic walls": Visas, Entry Exit Systems, PNR, as well as studies on surveillance technologies developed by private companies at local, national, European or international levels.
    • The second theme examines the funding mechanisms of technologies of impeding and monitoring mobility at air, land or sea borders.   This funding could be provided by states, by the European Union, or by international organizations. 
    • The third theme focuses on Socio-historical research, particularly focusing on the origins of the free movement areas and the organization of police exchanges and border control. 

Finally, we intend to include at the end of the day a round table on the topic of the status regarding help to mobility, possibly open to a wider audience. This seems to us all the more significant since the extension of the concept of help to mobility in the current framework of the French reform of the law on immigration as well as changes of policies in the European framework and the Global Compact tend to develop practices of (in) securing and criminalizing mobility. 

The round table will also include assistance in border crossings through dedicated digital applications or advices given to use the usual applications to cross borders or-and integrate into the country. 

Format:

Students have to apply to the SPOK meeting before the 30th May by sending a letter of motivation explaining their research interest regarding the workshop, how this fits with their research question, their methodology, and the stage of data collection, structuration, analysis they have reached.

Students will be asked to deliver a presentation of a few minutes and to send in advance their selected data before June 15th.  There will then be dedicated sessions on ways to interpret, understand and visualize the data, with input and feedback from faculty staff. 

We welcome students who are interested in these questions of visualization of data (in geographical maps but also and especially via network approaches-ANT) and also critical interpretations of mobility more broadly to register, please send an email to didier.bigo@kcl.ac.uk with the subject title: SPOK 2018 by 30th May 2018.

The Doctoral school will reimburse the train tickets to Paris-London-Paris for the four best proposals coming from Sciences-Po.  

In addition to the SPOK meeting on the Saturday 30th a different workshop will take place on War for Presence : CONFLICT AND IDENTITY AT THE ART-Internationl Relations NEXUS - dealing with the relation between art and war. People who wants to attend have to contact Pablo de Orellana at pablo.de.orellana@kcl.ac.uk

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Research design and methods for studies in political & social science in China with Prof. CUI Zhiyuan, Tsinghua University - May 24th, 14:45:
  • Actualité Sciences PoActualité Sciences Po

You want to conduct a study, or to write a paper or a thesis related to political science or social science and in relation with the Chinese context? Seize the opportunity of learning practical advice and tips from a famous professor with a long experience both in the USA and in China, by exchanging with him on May 24th, at 14:45, room A 12.

Please see the announcement below and in the attached file, and please register to me. I have reserved the room until 16:45 but we may finish earlier, depending on your questions.

Prof. Cui will share his experience during the first 10-15 minutes, then leave place to your questions so that you may benefit from very practical advice. Your questions may be on the difficult access to the fieldwork or data, the blurry definitions of the concepts and statistics, the accuracy of Chinese statistics and data, the discrepancies between theory and practice, but also on practical details such as how interviewing Chinese experts, how to ask sensitive questions, how to interact with Chinese supervisor or scientists, how to find documents, or even advice for paper writing, publication, etc. 

Seminar - May 24th, 2018
Prof. CUI Zhiyuan, Tsinghua University

Research design and methods for studies in political & social science in China 

Time: May 24th, 14:45-16:45
Venue: Room A 12, 
Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris
Language: English
Registration to : mylene.hardy@sciencespo.fr

Conducting research in social science in China or on China requires that researchers understand the socio-cultural context of academic interaction, scientific publication, access to resources such as documents, literature, or experts.

As a political scientist having conducted research in the United States and in China, Prof. Cui Zhiyuan has a long experience of both contexts. He will present his experience in both countries and give advice for efficient research in political science in China. Exchange and Q&A are welcome!

Dr. Mylène Hardy-Zhang 安明兰,博士 

Sciences Po China Representative 巴黎政治大学(巴政)驻华代表

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6ème Conférence doctorale de Théorie politique

A Sciences Po, les 30 et 31 mai 2018
Conférencier d'honneur : Achille Mbembe
  • Actualité Sciences PoActualité Sciences Po

La 6ème Conférence doctorale de Théorie Politique de Sciences Po, organisée par le Cevipof et l'École doctorale, se tiendra les 30 et 31 mai prochains. Ces deux journées d'étude réunira 17 jeunes théoricien.ne.s politiques de tous horizons intellectuels et géographiques. Cette édition mettra à l'honneur Achille Mbembe, philosophe théoricien du post-colonialisme, politologue, historien et enseignant universitaire camerounais, qui clôturera l'événement par une leçon qui se tiendra à 16h30 en amphithéâtre Chapsal, 27 rue Saint Guillaume.

Date et heure : mer., 30 mai 2018, 09:30 – jeu., 31 mai 2018, 17:30 heure

Adresse : CEVIPOF - 98 Rue de l'Université - 75007 Paris

=> Consultez le programme détaillé 

=> Consultez la page Facebook de l'événement

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Jeanne Hagenbach et Camille Roth

Invités du prochain Facsem - Jeudi 17 mai 2018 de 12 h 30 à 14 h 30
  • Jeanne Hagenbach et Camille RothJeanne Hagenbach et Camille Roth

La direction scientifique de Sciences Po a le plaisir de vous inviter au FacSem du 17 mai 2018 de 12h30 à 14h30 au cours duquel : 

Jeanne Hagenbach, Chargée de recherche CNRS et professeure au Département d'économieJeanne Hagenbach, Chargée de recherche CNRS, et professeure au Département d'économie présentera ses recherches autour du thème :

Communication with Evidence

 

 

Camille Roth, Associate Professor au médialab

Camille Roth, Associate Professor au médialab présentera ses recherches autour du thème :

Fragmentation et visibilité dans les espaces publics en ligne

 

 

 

Le FacSem se tiendra : SALLE GOGUEL, 56 rue des Saints Pères, 5ème étage - (entrée par le 27 rue Saint Guillaume) 75007 Paris.

Une collation sera servie aux personnes ayant confirmé leur présence avant le 15 mai  à marina.abelskaiagraziani@sciencespo.fr.

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