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  • Paris

    Journée d'étude - Sociologie

    Competition and solidarity networks in contemporary South Asia's Labour Market

    This workshop, organized by the AJEI (Association des jeunes études indiennes) and the CESSMA (Centre d'étude en sciences sociales sur les mondes africains, américains et asiatiques), aims at investing the dynamics of competition and solidarity networks in contemporary South Asia's Labour Market.

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  • Paris

    Appel à contribution - Asie

    Competition and solidarity networks in contemporary South Asia's Labour Market 

    Hegemonic neo-liberal discourse assumes that free competition on all levels sparks a virtuous cycle of economic growth, which eventually trickles down to poor populations. Over the past three decades, the idea that restrictive labour laws hamper such competition has justified the deregulation of labour in the North and the un-regulation of labour in the South, notably in South Asia, where labour relations had already mainly been informal. Various sociologists have noted that intensified economic interactions and the rise of competition have made individuals more likely to activate their social networks to protect their individual interests. In this respect, to what extent do social networks shape relations in the diverse South Asian labour markets? How do new forms of social groupings reconfigure competition and solidarity relations? What forms of social interactions prevail, emerge and weaken in the market: chosen solidarity and inherited solidarity; inter-caste and intra-caste solidarity; class solidarity; corporate solidarity etc.?

     

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  • Rio de Janeiro

    Appel à contribution - Histoire

    Circulation and Scientific Institutions

    The Americas, Western Europe, South Asia (1750s-1914)

    While historians should take into account the movements in space that constantly transform sciences, they should not lose sight of the specific locations dedicated to the daily work of scientists. In scientific facilities (museums, laboratories, hospitals, etc.), modern scientists use their research instruments, meet with members of their networks, teach, and interact with various actors from outside of their scientific community. Participants in this symposium will seek how to write the history of this dynamic between circulation and institutions of science.

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  • Paris

    Séminaire - Études des sciences

    Exploring 19th and 20th centuries historiographies of mathematics in the ancient world (2015-2016)

    Seminar of the European Research Council Project "Mathematical sciences in the ancient world"

    The organization of this seminar marks the beginning of the third and last phase of the SAW project. Our aim is to explore various facets of 19th and 20th century historical research about ancient mathematical sciences, especially those attested to by sources written in Chinese, the languages of the Indian subcontinent and cuneiform script.

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  • Appel à contribution - Éducation

    Quality Assurance and Value Management in Higher Education

    Quality et conduite de la valeur pour l'enseignement du supérieur (pédagogie, organisation etc.)

    This book will aim to provide identified and relevant proposals of good practices to promote the outcomes and favor the issues of Higher Education providers; proposals that integrate all stakeholders dialogic expectations (the clients: trainers, trainees, companies and society) in a resolutely innovative optical within the sense of sustainability and the EFQM Excellence model. Within theoretical results into perspective by the concrete practice work, clues will be presented to help quality through design process, pedagogy, organization and management for WIL in Higher Education. Value management principles and standards are considered as a global framework to develop such trainings to achieve success in a European Environment (European Standards and Guidelines) but not only: facing uncertainties and constraints. Obviously strategy, policy and leadership have to be considered.

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  • Paris

    Colloque - Asie

    Islam and Regional Cultures in Pakistan

    Journée du CEIAS

    With the hope of throwing new light on the transformations of Pakistani society, this one-day conference intends to move the focus away from two dominant discourses on Pakistan : that is, on the one hand, the security discourse of political and media circles that reduces Pakistan to a state on the fringe of failure, trying to cope with radical Islam and terrorism; and, on the other hand, Pakistan’s official nationalism, which rests on a unitary conception of the nation that disregards the cultural and religious diversity of the country, stressing instead Islam and Urdu as national unifiers while relegating regional cultures to folklore. This conference hopes to partly fill this gap by inviting participants to illustrate the complex, lived experience of Islam in Pakistan, the identity component of religious practices that do not fit in the dominant norm, and their inscription in local political and ethnic relations. Papers would ideally use first-hand observation and/or analyses of cultural productions to examine circumscribed case studies.

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  • Paris

    Journée d'étude - Études du politique

    Karachi : Ordered Disorder and the Struggle for the City

    With a population exceeding twenty million, Karachi is one of world’s largest ‘megacities’. It is also one of the most violent. Since the mid-1980s, Karachi has endured endemic political conflict and criminal violence, which revolve around control of the city and its resources (votes, land and bhatta—‘protection’ money). These struggles for the city have become ethnicised. In the process, Karachi, often referred to as a ‘Pakistan in miniature’, has become increasingly fragmented, socially as well as territorially.

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  • Paris

    Séminaire - Asie

    When Books and Art Hurt

    Censorship, Emotions and Cultural Regulation in South Asia

    This workshop aims at exploring issues of literary and artistic censorship in South Asia (India, Pakistan and Bangladesh) by focusing on the way anticipated "hurt" often justifies the policing and regulation of the artistic sphere (cinema, visual arts, literature). Our point of departure is, in the words of Arjun Appadurai, the observation that culture is today the field "where fantasies of purity, authenticity, borders and security can be enacted" and that the same censors patrol the boundaries of politics and aesthetics (Coetzee). In the Indian subcontinent "hurt feelings" are often reactivated or cultivated, staged and mass-mediatised to claim recognition and legitimacy in the public sphere, to require compensation or "redressal". Many artists, writers and academics point to a politics of ultra-sensitivity and a thriving "marketplace of outrage". Our objective in this workshop is to question the vocabulary, topicality and tangibility of "hurt" in the public sphere on these issues of artistic regulation in South Asia, and to understand what it means to say that words or images wound.

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  • Paris

    Séminaire - Études du politique

    Pilgrims and Politics in Pakistan

    Sufism in an Age of Transition

    Bringing together established and early career scholars working across a range of disciplines, including history, anthropology and political science, the Workshop is intended to deepen our understanding of Sufism in Pakistan not as a ‘degraded’ form of Islamic mysticism but as a living tradition ever responsive to wider social and political changes at the local and national levels.  By doing so, it hopes to shed light on the resilience of Sufism to survive the challenge of more ‘modern’ forms of reformist Islam sweeping Pakistan as well as Sufism’s capacity to withstand the historical pressures brought to bear on it by the state’s own ‘modernist’ agenda.

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  • Paris

    Cycle de conférences - Asie

    Cycle de conférence de Rob Jenkins

    Professeur au Hunter College, City University of New York

    Rob Jenkins, professeur de sciences politiques à Hunter College, City University of New York, invité par le CEIAS, donnera quatre conférences en janvier.

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  • Coimbra

    Bourse, prix et emploi - Sociologie

    Alice - Strange mirrors, unsuspected lessons

    Leading Europe to a new way of sharing the world experiences

    The Centre for Social Studies (CES) –Associate Laboratory– of the University of Coimbra, Portugal, has an open competition to two Post-Doctoral Grants within the scope of the project “ALICE - Strange Mirrors, Unsuspected Lessons: Leading Europe to a new way of sharing the world experiences” (alice.ces.uc.pt), funded by the European Research Council (269807), under the supervision of Boaventura de Sousa Santos, in social sciences.

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  • Paris

    Séminaire - Asie

    Politiques socio-économiques et recompositions territoriales en Asie du Sud (2011-2012)

    Programme du séminaire annuel de l'équipe STAKES (Studying Territorial restructuring through Economic and Social policies) du CEIAS.

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  • Paris

    Colloque - Asie

    Traduction et écriture des savoirs indiens en persan

    Premier colloque perso-indica

    Ce colloque international vise à offrir une nouvelle perspective sur le rôle joué par les mouvements de traduction au sein de l’histoire intellectuelle des sociétés musulmanes. La production de textes en persan sur les traditions et les sciences des hindous doit être considérée parmi les grands mouvements de transfert du savoir réalisés entre différentes cultures asiatiques.

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  • Paris

    Journée d'étude - Histoire

    Et l’histoire dans tout ça ? Retour sur la place de l’histoire dans les études indiennes

    L’objectif de cette journée d’études est de reprendre la réflexion autour de la place de l’histoire dans les études indiennes et de ses relations avec les autres disciplines au sein d’un laboratoire d’aires culturelles tel que le CEIAS. C’est là une question qui a déjà occupé plusieurs historiens du Centre par le passé mais qui est loin d’être épuisée et reste d’actualité au vu de la place marginale que l’histoire continue d’occuper au sein des études indiennes en France et, parallèlement, de la faible visibilité de l’Inde dans la recherche et l’enseignement de l’histoire. Il s’agira de dresser un bilan des pistes explorées par les historiens actifs au CEIAS depuis sa fondation et du dialogue noué tant avec d’autres spécialistes de l’Inde qu’avec des historiens travaillant sur d’autres « terrains », mais aussi de réfléchir ensemble sur les perspectives ouvertes par l’évolution actuelle de la discipline historique en France qui semble enfin sortir de son traditionnel européocentrisme.

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  • Paris

    Séminaire - Études du politique

    Représentations et pratiques de la citoyenneté en Asie du Sud

    Représentations et pratiques de la citoyenneté en Asie du Sud : programme de l’équipe, Centre d’études de l’Inde et de l’Asie du Sud (CNRS-EHESS), 190 avenue de France, 75013 Paris. Le Centre d'études de l'Inde et de l'Asie du Sud (CEIAS) est le plus grand laboratoire français de recherche en sciences sociales sur le sous-continent indien. Le CEIAS est une unité mixte de recherche (UMR 8564) de l'École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) et du Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS).

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  • Pondichéry

    Colloque - Histoire

    Tamil and Tamil Akam at the Crossroads

    The objective of the conference is to examine Tamil Nadu as an example of a geographical space where multiple cultures met, exchanged, and absorbed from outside, while Tamil maintained until recent times its unique ancient traditions. To bring together an international cadre of scholars who work in diverse disciplines that focus on a single region is to create new knowledge as is the way of any innovative conference. The fourteen scholars participating in the event bring a range of disciplinary perspectives to the idea of Tamil and Tamil Akam as a crossroads of cultures and a locus of international exchange in both the arts and sciences.

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  • New Delhi

    Colloque - Économie

    The Globalization of Production Models and Innovation in Emerging Economies

    Comparative Research on Subnational Industrial Policies

    This seminar will bring together scholars examining research themes pertaining to the evolution of production models in regions of India and China, in relation to the progressive opening of these large economies to trade and FDI. Of particular interest are industrial and innovation policies emerging at the state or provincial level and the manner in which these public policies interact with firm-level strategies in pursuit of more broad-based development goals. Apart from the keynote session, five thematic sessions are planned: Upgrading Regional Industries in India and China; Subnational Industrial Policies in India and China; Social Dimensions of Regional Industrial Performance; Articulating industrial policies between central and local levels; Industrial Districts and Regional Policies.

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  • Nogent-sur-Marne

    Journée d'étude - Asie

    Autour de l'économie de l'Inde

    UMR Développement et Sociétés

    Quatre ouvrages récents traitant de divers aspects contemporains de l'économie indienne seront présentés par les auteurs et discutés par des chercheurs indianistes et non-indianistes: Barbara HARRISS WHITE (2007) Rural Commercial Capital. Agricultural Markets in West Bengal, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.Pierre LACHAIER et Catherine CLEMENTIN-OJHA (eds) (2008), Divines richesses, Religion et économie en monde marchand indien. EFEO [Etudes Thématiques 21], Paris. Véronique DUPONT et Frédéric LANDY (eds) (2010) Circulation et territoires dans le monde indien contemporain. Editions de l’EHESS, Collection Purushartha vol. 28, Paris, 340 p. Jan BREMAN, Isabelle GUÉRIN & Aseem PRAKASH (eds) (2009) India’s Unfree Workforce. Of Bondage Old and New. Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 399 p.

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  • Cergy

    Appel à contribution - Afrique

    Changing Images of India and Africa

    A colloquium organized by SARI (Sociétés d'activités et de recherches sur les mondes indiens) and CICC (Civilisations et identités culturelles comparées des sociétés européennes et occidentales) at the Salle des conférences, Université Cergy-Pontoise on the 3rd and 4th June 2010.

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  • Nogent-sur-Marne

    Colloque - Sociologie

    From debt to over-indebtedness in southern countries: Processes, practices and meanings

    International Workshop, Paris-IEDES, 7-8 december 09

    Organized by UMR 201, RUME India, Mexico, Madagascar, CIESAS (Mexico) (www.rume-rural-microfinance.org). The main purpose of this interdisciplinary workshop will be a theoretical and empirical examination of over-indebtedness from the perspective of southern countries, with the following underlying hypothesis: to define and analyze the process of indebtedness requires first an understanding of the complexity and diversity of debt relationships. The following questions might be addressed: 1) The social meaning of debt, creditworthiness and over-indebtedness. 2) Financial ‘markets’ and financial providers. 3) Financial culture. 4) Impoverishment and accumulation. 5) Over-indebtedness.

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