The Junior Colloquium

The Junior Colloquium is an important feature of the Sciences Po Centre for History. It allows PhD students to propose and organise a colloquium with the financial support of the School of Research and the Centre for History.

The colloquium must be organised by at least two doctoral students from the CHSP. Students are not eligible to organise beyond their fourth year of PhD studies.

To apply, prospective organisers must present:

  • the title and intellectual justification of the colloquium (6,000 characters max.);
  • an indicative programme specifying the names of the prospective researchers or, as a minimum, the category or categories of participants concerned: doctoral, post-doctoral, and/or senior researchers;
  • the composition of a steering committee of three to five experienced academics, including at least one Sciences Po faculty member and one researcher from outside Sciences Po;
  • a projected budget.

Applications are reviewed by the Council of the Centre for History.

Past junior colloquia

  • 2 oct. 2020, "The Blue Pencil of Censorship: Controlling, Bypassing and Diffusing information in Non-democratic Regimes in the 20th Century". International Interdisciplinary Conference, Paris, France.
    Organisers : Yuqing Qiu, Anna Shapovalova, Anna Sidorevich
    Scientific Committee : Olga Bronnikova (Université Grenoble Alpes), Sabine Dullin (Sciences Po, CHSP), Marc Lazar (Sciences Po, CHSP), Isabelle Thireau (EHESS, CNRS)
  • 24-25 oct. 2019, “Enquêtes médicales. Savoirs, pratiques, enjeux (XVIIIe-XXIe siècles)”
    Organisers: Léa Delmaire (Sciences Po, CHSP), Pierre Nobi (Sciences Po, CHSP), Paul-Arthur Tortosa (Institut Universitaire Européen, SAGE/DHVS)
    Scientific Committee : Catherine Cavalin (CNRS, IRISSO, Université Paris-Dauphine PSL), José Pardo-Tomá (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas), Anne Rasmussen (Centre Alexandre-Koyré, EHESS), Paul-André Rosental (Sciences Po, CHSP)
    Program (PDF, 358Ko, FR)
  • 15-16 nov. 2018, “A Time of Openness and Possible Outcomes. New Perspectives on “Postwar” Europe, 1944-1950s”
    Organisers: Giacomo Canepa (PhD Candidate CHSP & Scuola Normale Superiore), Zoé Grumberg (PhD Candidate CHSP), Marieke Oprel (PhD Candidate Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam & Duitsland Instituut Amsterdam)
    Scientific Committee : Gerd-Rainer Horn (Sciences Po, CHSP), Ronald Kroeze (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Ilaria Pavan (Scuola Normale Superiore), Paul-André Rosental (Sciences Po, CHSP / CEE)
    Program (PDF, 295Ko)
  • 23-24 nov. 2017, “The Production of Imperial Space: Empire and Circulations (XVIIIe-XXe Centuries)
    Organizing  Committee: Camille Buat (Sciences Po, CHSP / University of Göttingen), Aude-Cécile Monnot (Sciences Po, CHSP), Alexander Van Wickeren (University of Cologne / Sciences Po, CHSP)
    Scientific Committee: Ravi Ahuja (University of Göttingen/CeMIS), Sabine Dullin (Sciences Po, CHSP), Ulrike Lindner (University of Cologne), Paul-André Rosental (Sciences Po,CHSP / ESOPP), Jakob Vogel (Sciences Po, CHSP)
    Program and poster (PDF, 285Ko).
  • 22-23 nov. 2016, “Le temps. Histoire contemporaine d’un enjeu politique et scientifique”
    Organisateurs : Sibylle Duhautois et Charles-Antoine Wanecq (Sciences Po, CHSP)
    Comité scientifique : Jenny Andersson (Sciences Po, CEE), Nicolas Delalande (Sciences Po, CHSP), Roman Krakovsky (EHESS, Paris I), Vanessa Ogle (University of Pennsylvania, Department of History), Paul-André Rosental (Sciences Po, CHSP / CEE)
    Programme (PDF, 1,27Mo, FR)
  • 26-27 nov. 2015, “Cold Warriors. The Cultural Avant-garde of the bipolar Struggle”
    Responsables : Bruno Settis, Gaetano Di Tommaso (Sciences Po, CHSP) ;
    Comité scientifique : Jenny Andersson (CEE, Sciences Po), Frédéric Attal (Université de Valenciennes), Michele Battini (University of Pisa), Mario Del Pero (Sciences Po, CHSP), Anders Stephanson (LSE-Columbia University)
    Program (PDF, 972Ko) and audio.
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