Bruno Latour Fund : Call for applications for postdoctoral fellowships
Sciences Po is launching a call for applications for postdoctoral fellowships as part of the Bruno Latour Fund, a
postdoctoral research program on environmental and climate transformations.
Ambitious in its scope, this scientific program hosted at Sciences Po in Paris aims to host early-career social
scientists wishing to participate in a collective and multidisciplinary initiative on how ecological and climate crises
are reshaping the contemporary economic, social, legal and political order, and how they invite us to
reconsider our history.
These postdoctoral contracts, lasting 36 months each, will be filled in according to the following process:
- Applications to be sent no later than April 25, 2023.
- Auditions in June 2023
- Start of the contract in Fall 2023
The remuneration is about 3.400 € gross per month. Successful candidates will be assigned to one of Sciences
Po's research centers (see list below), according to their wishes and with the agreement of the center, thus
benefitting from its working environment. Each candidate will receive a personal research fund of 5,000 euros for
the duration of his/her contract.
Four doctoral candidates in the history of political thought, Uppsala
call for four doctoral candidates within the new doctoral school in the history of political thought, Uppsala University
The doctoral school consists of the departments of the history of ideas at Uppsala University, Stockholm University, Södertörn University and Gothenburg University, funded by the Swedish national research council for the doctoral cycle 2023–2027. The doctoral school will train a new generation of doctoral students in historical analysis of the political. We welcome applications addressing a wide area of research interests with relevance to the history of political thought, for instance: the histories of thinking the environment, intellectual histories of the market and political economy; the history of ideologies including, but not limited to, populism, neoliberalism and fascism; histories of memory, future, temporality and scale. We welcome a plurality of geographical scopes and chronologies. The working language is English. Ten positions are open, four at Uppsala.
Histoire@Politique, the scholarly Journal at the Centre for History at Sciences Po
- Actualité Sciences Po
Populism, Migration policies, and Racism in Tunisia
- Actualité Sciences Po
Round Table 9 March, 7:15 pm at Sciences Po
Co-chair : Shreya Parikh (Sciences Po, CERI-CNRS) and Mhamed Oualdi (Centre for History at Sciences Po)
- Huda Mzioudet, activist and researcher at University of Toronto
- Mahmoud Kaba, Chargé de programme-migration, EuroMed Rights
- Hela Yousfi, maître de conférences HDR, Université Paris-Dauphine-PSL
- Nadia Marzouki (Sciences Po, CERI-CNRS),
Face to face and online seminar. French and English
POPULISM, MIGRATION POLICIES, AND RACISM IN TUNISIA
On 21 February 2023, Tunisia’s president Kaïs Saied called a meeting with the National Security Council to take urgent measures “to address the phenomenon of the influx of large numbers of irregular migrants from sub-Saharan Africa to Tunisia.” He claimed that certain parties “received huge sums of money after 2011” in order to make Tunisia “a purely African country with no affiliation with the Arab and Islamic nations.” This Great Replacement-type discourse unleashed a state- and civilian-supported violence from Tunisians against ‘Africans’ – Black and dark- skinned folks of both sub-Saharan and Tunisian origin, who were seen as foreigners, “uncivilized”, “illegal”, prone to all forms of vice and needing to be controlled.
The round-table will bring together academics from different fields and civil-society members to reflect on three sets of interrelated questions, one about how the current affirmation of “white” nationalism and populism in Tunisia is related to a broader politic around migration in Europe and throughout the Mediterranean; the other about the current outburst of anti-Black racism and how it expresses an older and more structural form of anti-Blackness in Tunisian history. Finally: what do these events and the arrestation of political opponents tell us about the political and economic crisis and the survival of democracy in Tunisia?
Call for Papers: 2023 LSE/GWU/UCSB Cold War Studies
Cold War Studies International History
Graduate Student Conference
Thursday, May 11, 2023 to Saturday, May 13, 2023
TBD London School of Economics and Political Science
Conference Convener – Prof. Vladislav Zubok
Administrative Assistant - Jeff Hawn
The Cold War Studies Programme at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Political Science Department of International History along with the George Washington University Cold War Group (GWCW), the Center for Cold War Studies and International History (CCWS) of the University of California at Santa Barbara are pleased to announce their 2023 International Graduate Student Conference on the Cold War, to take place at the London School of Economics and Political Science Thursday May 11 to Saturday May 13, 2023.
The conference is an excellent opportunity for graduate students to present papers and receive critical feedback from peers and experts in the field. We encourage submissions by graduate students working on any aspect of the Cold War, broadly defined. Of particular interest are papers that employ newly available primary sources or nontraditional methodologies. To be
Successful applicants will be expected to email their papers (no longer than 25 pages) by Friday, April 7.