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Sociologies post-occidentales et sciences de terrain en Chine et en France

Post-Western Sociologies and Fieldwork in France and in China

Colloques d’ouverture du Laboratoire International Associé LIA (CNRS/CASS)

LIA French Opening Ceremony (CNRS/CASS)

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Publié le mercredi 08 janvier 2014 par Rémi Boivin

Résumé

Cette cérémonie d'ouverture du LIA Laboratoire Sociologies post-occidentales et Sciences de terrain en Chine et en France fait suite à la cérémonie d'ouverture chinoise qui a eu lieu à Pékin le 9 novembre 2013. Elle se déroulera sur deux jours à l'ENS de Lyon, sous la forme de deux colloques internationaux. Le premier aura lieu le 23 janvier 2014 et s'intitule « Traditions, controverses et trajectoires des sociologies française et chinoise (partie 2) ». Le second se déroulera le 24 janvier 2014 et portera sur « Incertitudes, conflit social et mobilisations en France et en Chine».

Annonce

Voir la présentation de la 1ère partie de ce colloque, qui a eu lieu le 9 novembre à Pékin / Part 1 took place in China on November, the 9th.

Programme / Program

2014 January 23rd: Traditions, controversies and trajectories of sociologies in France and in China (2)

9h - 9h30 Speeches of

  • Pascal Marty, INSHS/CNRS, Directeur - Scientifique Adjoint Europe et International
  • Jacques Samarut, ENS  Lyon President,
  • Chen Guangjin, Director of the Institute of Sociology, CASS (Peking)
  • Renaud Payre, Director of Triangle

9h30 - 9h45 Introduction by Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS Triangle

Discussant : Michel Kokoreff, Professeur à l’Université Paris 8, Directeur de GTM

  • 9h45 - 10h15 Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS, Triangle, ENS de Lyon :  Post-Western Sociologies and Methodological  Cosmopolitism
  • 10h15 - 10h45 Xie Lizhong, Professor and Dean of the Department of Sociology, Peking University : Post-Sociology and Classical Sociology : Ruptures and Continuities

10h45 - 11h15 discussion

Discussant : Stéphane Dufoix, Assistant Professor HDR, Nanterre University, Director of Sophiapol, HDR à l’Université de Nanterre

  • 11h15 - 11h45 Shen Yuan, Professor of sociology, Dean of the department of Socioloy, Tsinghua University : Chinese Public Sociology
  • 11h45 - 12h15 Luc Boltanski, Research Director at EHESS, Emeritus, Paris : Critical Sociology and Sociology of Critic

12h15 - 13h discussion

13h - 14h30 : lunch

Discussant : Frédéric Le Marcis, Professor of Anthropology, ENS Lyon, Triangle

  • 14h30 - 15h Chen Guangjin, Professor of sociology, Director of Institute of Sociology, CASS : Chinese society- Change and transformation
  • 15h - 15h30 Ahmed Boubeker, Professor of Sociology, Saint-Etienne University, Max Weber Center : Post-Colonial Ruptures and new boundaries of French society

15h30 - 16h15 discussion

16h15 - 16h30 : break

Discussant : Christine Détrez, Associate Professor in Sociology, HDR, ENS Lyon, Centre Max Weber  

  • 16h30 - 17h Zhou Xiaohong, Professor in sociology and social psychology, Dean of the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Nanjing University : Chinese Feeling : Social Mentality in a Transformation Society
  • 17H - 17h30 Bernard Lahire, Professor of Sociology, ENS, Max Weber Center : Social differenciation and dispositional plurality

17h30 - 18h15 general discussion

2014 January 24th: Uncertainties, Social Conflict and Mobilizations in China and in Europe

Voir l'Argumentaire / More details on this conference.

  • 9h - 9h15 Introduction by Laurence Roulleau-Berger: Uncertainties, social conflict and mobilizations in China and in France

Session 1 : Multiples Inequalities and Action in Uncertain Contexts

Discussant:  Xie Lizhong, Professor and Dean of the Department of Sociology, Peking University

  • 9h15 - 9h45 François Dubet, Professor at Bordeaux II University, Director of Studies in the School of High Studies on Social Sciences (EHESS): Dominations, Injustices and Action
  • 9h45 - 10h15 Yang Yiyin, Professor and Director of the department of social Psychology, Institute of Sociology, CASS : Risk, confiance’s crisis and individuation in China

10h45 - 11h : pause

Session 2 : Cities, tensions and urban recomposition

Discussants: Zhou Xiaohong, Professor in sociology and social psychology, Dean of the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Nanjing University and Samuel Lézé, Associate Professor of Social anthropology, ENS Lyon, Deputee Director of the human sciences department

  • 11h - 11h30 Liu Yuzhao, Professor of Sociology Shanghai University, School of Sociology and Political Science : Migrants and segregation in Chinese Cities.
  • 11h30 - 12h Agnès Deboulet, Professor of Sociology, University Paris 8 : Global cities, inequalities and urban democracy
  • 12h - 12h30 Samadia Sadouni, Associate Professor of Sociology and Political Science : Uncertainties and Muslim Solidarity in Johannesburg
  • 12h30 - 13h discussion

13h - 14h30 : lunch

Session 3 : Work, inequalities and mobilizations

Introduction and discussion by Chen Guangjin, Professor of sociology, Director of Institute of Sociology, CASS

  • 14h30 - 15h Liu Neng, Professor of Sociology,  Department of Sociology, Peking University : Workers, inequalities and collective action in China
  • 15h - 15h30 Djaouida Séhili, Associate Professor of sociology, University Lyon 2  :  Gender and ethnic discriminations on labor markets
  • 15h30 - 16h Sophie Béroud, Associate Professor of Sociology and Political Science, University Lyon 2 : Workers, conflicts and mobilizations in Europe
  • 16h - 16h30 discussion

16h30 - 16h45 : break

16h45 - 18h 

Conclusion : About LIA’s scientific perspectives by Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Chen Guangjin, Shen Yuan and Zhou Xiaohong

Organisateurs / Organizers  

Triangle, UMR 5206, ENS de Lyon - Institute of Sociology, CASS,with Shanghai University, Peking University and Nanjing University

Inscriptions / Registration 

Formulaire d'inscription / Registration form

Présentation / Presentation

Pour plus de détail lire la présentation / More information on this presentation

For more details

Lieux

  • ENS de Lyon, salle de conférence de l’IFE (Site Ferdinand Buisson) - 19 allée de Fontenay
    Lyon, France (69007)

Dates

  • jeudi 23 janvier 2014
  • vendredi 24 janvier 2014

Mots-clés

  • sociologie, sociologies post-occidentales, post-western sociologies, terrain, field-work

Contacts

  • Laurence Roulleau-Berger
    courriel : laurence [dot] roulleau-berger [at] ens-lyon [dot] fr

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Laurence Roulleau-Berger
    courriel : laurence [dot] roulleau-berger [at] ens-lyon [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Sociologies post-occidentales et sciences de terrain en Chine et en France », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mercredi 08 janvier 2014, http://calenda.org/273389