In addition to its permanent team, the CRIS is host to:
The CRIS works regularly with associate researchers from both French and foreign universities and research organizations. Partnership applications are reviewed on a yearly basis. Partnership agreements are granted for 2-year terms and are renewable upon written request. These researchers are active participants in the center's scientific life, are free to use all available resource materials and may request funding for their partnership project (application submitted to a departmental committee). Any published work resulting from research performed as part of these partnerships must make mention of the CRIS' involvement.
The CRIS regularly welcomes visiting researchers from other countries for research stays as part of Science Po's international exchange programs.
The CRIS hosts French and foreign post-doctoral students who have already received funding (Marie Curie Actions research fellowships, CNRS, scholarships from international organizations, etc.).
The Centre for Research on social InequalitieS is one of the host centers for Science Po's Doctoral Program in Sociology. It is renowned for its commitment to research training and has been pursuing the same goal for 20 years: to train top-notch sociologists capable of analyzing transformations in contemporary societies.
The web site of the Sciences Po Doctoral School provides information about the conditions for admission into the PhD program and the calendar. Applicants must have funding in order to be accepted. Possibilities for funding are described on this page.
Depending on its needs and available workspace, the CRIS offers internships to undergraduate students and those working toward a Masters in sociology, either as research assistants or as part of the administration team.
- 10 postdoctoral contracts - Sciences Po, Fonds Bruno Latour. "How ecological and climate crises are reshaping the contemporary economic, social, legal and political order".
- Digital Sociology Research Assistant, for research duties and administrative tasks, related to the DeCodingDisInfo research project, funded by the McCourt Institute. The project examines how ideology shapes political disinformation (head: Jen Schradie, Assistant Professor at Sciences Po). Deadline: December 5 or more, until the position is filled.
- Digital Sociology Post Doc (18 months or more). Disinformation Research Using Survey Methods and Computational Text Analysis. This work is part of the ACTIVEINFO research project, funded by the ANR, led by Jen Schradie, Assistant Professor at Sciences Po. It examines how class, community, and context intersects with disinformation. Deadline December 5 or more, until the position is filled.
Mirna Safi, Director
Marie Ferrazzini, Secretary-General