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Masculine / Feminine: geographic dialogues with beyond

Masculins / Féminins : dialogues géographiques et au-delà

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Published on Thursday, October 04, 2012

Summary

The conference aims to question, explore more deeply, debate and exchange views on the accumulation of reflexive, empirical, methodological or operational learning on the gender relation translated in and by space.

Announcement

Plenary session

Monday, December 10, 2012

Alpine Geography Institute, City of Territories, Grenoble, France

8:30-9:00-am  : Conference Check-in, Registration Opening and coffee

9:00-9:50-am: Symposium opening:  Sophie Louargant, Université Pierre Mendès France, Grenoble 2, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

  • Mr. Sébastien Bernard, President of Grenoble University 2, Pierre Mendès France
  • Mr Patrick Levy, President of Grenoble University 1 , Joseph Fourier
  • Mr John Tuppen, Director of Alpine Geography Institute, Grenoble University 1 , Joseph Fourier
  • Mr Nicolas Buclet, Director of UMR Pacte, Grenoble
  • Ms Sandra Laugier, Gis Genre, Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, National Center for Scientific Research, Paris
  • Ms Cécile Cukierman, Senator of the Loire district, Rhône-Alpes Regional Council, Lyon
  • Mr Marc Baïetto, President of Grenoble Alpes Métropole
  • Ms Alberte Bonnin-Dessarts, director for gender equality, discrimination and accessibility, Grenoble Alpes Métropole.

10:00-10:45-am : Plenary addresses /Conferences: Linda Mac Dowell, Gendering Labour Geographies, Oxford University, St John's College St. Giles, London

Discussant : Sophie Louargant, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

10:45-11:00-am : Pause  café

11:00-12:15 am:   Plenary addresses /Conferences : Géraldine Pratt, Families Apart: Migrant Mothers and the Conflicts of Labor and Love, British Columbia University, Vancouver

Discussant: Anne-Laure Amilhat-Szary, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

12 :15-12 :30- pm : Conclusion of the morning, Issues of the “French biennale gender and geography”:

Discussant : Sophie Louargant, UMR Pacte, Grenoble, Yves Raibaud, UMR Ades, Bordeaux

12 :30-1 :45-pm : Lunch

2:00-2:30-pm :  Panel session

3:30-3:45-pm : Coffee break

3 :45-5 :15-pm: Panel session

5 :15-6 :00-pm : Transfer to the Institute of technology, IUT2 of Grenoble

6 :00-8 :00 pm : wine and cheese

Discussion, Exhibition : Gender equality and territories: portfolio of competences.

  • Lionel Filippi, Director of IUT2, Grenoble University 2, Pierre Mendès France
  • Anne-Laure Carrier, Local organisation and gender issues, Grenoble Alpes Métropole
  • Exhibition : Student’s project, IUT2, Departement of social issues
  • Exhibition: Have jobs a sex ?, local network on sex equality, City of Fontaine 

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Planning Institute of Grenoble, City of Territories, Grenoble, France

8.30-am : Coffee

9.00-am : Symposium opening at the IUG, Marcus Zepf, Director of the Urban Institute of Grenoble, and Liliane Perrin-Bensahel, Assistant-Director of the Urban Institute of Grenoble, Grenoble University 2, Pierre Mendès France

9:15-9:45-am : Plenary addresses /Conferences 

  • Rachel Pain, Emotional warfare: love/hate and structures of care in domestic violence, Durham University, United Kingdom
  • Christine Verschuur, Women and development strategies, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Suisse
  • Houria Alami, Gender and local democracy in Morocco. New realities, new questions, Université Hassan II, Casablanca, Morocco.

Discussants: Emmanuel Matteudi, Myriam Houssay-Holzschuch, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

10:45-11:00-am : coffee break

11:00-12:30-am : Panel session

12:30-2:00-am : Lunch

2:15-3:45 : Panel session

3:45-4:15 : Pause

4:15-6:15 : Plenary addresses : Gender and cinema, Alpine Geography Institute

Discussants : Géraldine Pratt, Anne-Laure Amilhat-Szary

Researcher and artist points of view

  • Jean-Francois Staszak, Where do femmes fatales come from ? For a geography of vamps in Hollywood, from the 1910s to the 1950s, Geneva University
  • Nick Mai, Emborders: problematizing sexual humanitarianism through experimental filmmaking, Institute for the Study of European Transformations (ISET), London Metropolitan University,

8:00 pm  Free evening in Grenoble 

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Alpes 

9:00-am :Opening symposium :  Dominique Rigaux, director of  MSH Alpes

9:15-10:00-am Plenary addresses /Conference : Gender and Citizenship in action: between empowerment and recognition

Discussants : Jean-Paul Burdy, Institute for Political Science, UMR Pacte, Grenoble, Dina Viaou Technical University of Athens, Grèce.

Basdas Begüm, Hancock Claire, Subverting dominant norms through performances in public space: minorities in Turkey and France, Yeditepe University, Istanbul, Université Paris-Est Créteil  (UPEC)

Pinar Selek, sociologist, co-founder of the feminist Amargi, Turkey.

10:00-11:oo-am : Plenary addresses /Conference : Gender, Citizenship, categorization (1)

 Discussants : Mathilde Dubesset, Nasima Moujoud,  Umr Larhra

  • Elsa Guillalot, Gender and the French Republic : about equality, UMR Pacte, Grenoble,  
  • Benoît Quinquis,Which space is left for women in Plato’s dialogues , Equipe Ethique, Professionalisme et Santé (JE 2535-EPS), Bretagne Occidentale University, Brest
  • Ian Zdanowicz, Elsa Dorlin, Passing and the Space: a study of “Paper Aryans” : Jews in Poland Who Survived World War II Under an “Aryan” Identity, Laboratoire Théories du Politique, département de science politique, Paris 8 University, (LabTop)
  • Film :  Solène Beaucher , Regarder aux côtés, Paris-Est University Créteil  (UPEC)

11:10-11:25-am : coffee break

11:25-12:30-am : Plenary addresses /Conference : Gender, Citizenship, categorization (2)

  • Magali Hardouin, What places for gender in school geography? Analysis of the photos in textbooks, UMR Eso, Rennes
  • Anne Sgard, Valérie Opériol, Isabelle Collet,Gender issue in the training of teachers in History and Geography , Geneva University, IUFE, Unimail
  • Raymonde Sechet,The place of women and their bodies in French geography: memories and personal experiences, UMR Eso, Rennes

12:30-2:00-pm : Lunch MSH

2:00-4:15pm : Plenary addresses /Conference, Discussants : Linda Mac Dowell, Oxford University, Sandra Laugier, Gis Genre CNRS Paris.

  • Blidon Marianne, Should be reflective? Geography and feminist epistemologies, Paris University 1, Sorbonne
  • Yves Raibaud,Masculine approach : a problem for geography, UMR Ades, Bordeaux
  • Jaurand Emmanuel,The geography of homosexuality’s in France: the blocking or a catching up?, UMR Eso, Rennes
  • Marius-Gnanou Kamala, Gender, class, caste, community and place: intersectionality in the post-colonial Indian context, UMR Ades, Bordeaux
  • Sophie Louargant, Gender, identity and new arrangements: views for the geography, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

4:30 pm : Closing of the symposium

SESSIONS

Monday, December 10, 2012

Alpine Geography Institute, City of Territories, Grenoble, France

 

Session 1 - Gender, movement and circulation of persons

Discussants: Sonia Chardonnel, UMR Pacte, Grenoble, Nadine Cattan, UMR Géographie-cités, Paris

  • Camilla Spadavecchia, Women's migration from sub-saharian Africa to Europe: impacts on territories, Dipartimento di Scienze della Formazione (DISFOR),Genova
  • Assaf Dahdah, Ces nouveaux autres. Les migrants non Arabes dans les quartiers pauvres de Beyrouth, Laboratoire Telemme (Temps, Espaces, Langages, Europe Méridionale - Méditerranée), Université de Provence-Aix-Marseille I
  • Maud Perrier, Professional migrant women and the contradictions of contemporary femininities: an autobiographical perspective, University of Bristol
  • Aude Kerivel, Various steps on the way of women placed in vulnerable situations : between free moving ability and lonelyness,Laboratoire Etude Recherche Formation en Action Sociale (Lerfas), Tours

Session 2- Gender, body and otherness

Discussants: Yves Raibaud, UMR Ades, Bordeaux, Emmanuel Jaurand, UMR Eso, Rennes

  • Nadine Cattan , Albert Vanolo, Networked territoriality and urban nomadism of homosexual women in Paris , UMR Géographie-cités, Paris
  • Stéphane Leroy, Denis Trauchessec, «Silence, on tourne». Déambulations masculines, appropriation clandestine de l'espace public et interactions (homo)sexuelles anonymes, LAB'URBA, Paris
  • Fidolini Vulca, Le corps masculin comme objet et agent culturel. Jeunes adultes et gestion des espaces, des lieux et des temps en milieu migrant,UMR Cultures et Sociétés en Europe, Université de Strasbourg
  • Louis Dupont, Charlotte Prieur, Masculinité et géographie en deux regards et trois mouvements, Université de la Sorbonne, Paris

Session 3 - Gender, fragility and resources

Discussants: Emmanuel Matteudi, UMR Pacte, Grenoble, Kamala Marius-Gnanou, UMR Ades, Bordeaux

  • Elisabetta Cangelosi, Female and male about water: gender geography in Ancient Rome, Instituto Italiano di Scienze Umane, Università di Siena, Italie
  • Floriana Chouraqui, Pauline Texier, Hélène Guétat, Aire protégée, risque volcanique, développement touristique : un contexte propice pour analyser l'enjeu d'une démarche participative au prisme du genre sur l'île de Fogo dans l'archipel du Cap Vert, Université de Lyon, Umr EVS, Lyon
  • Brice De ReymaekerWomen's development spaces of the Catalan development cooperation in northern Morocco: The aromatic plants cooperative in Bni Boufrah and the sociocultural center of Ain Hausi in Chefchauen,Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Espagne
  • Asma ben LazrakRole of African women in the process of empowerment,UMR Pacte, Grenoble  

Session 4 - Governance and women: challenges to the university

Discussant: Francine Barthe, University of Picardie, Paris

  • Equality Project manager, University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble 1, Renée Grillot
  • Sustainable Development Project Officer, University Pierre Mendes France, Grenoble 2, Jérôme Brunet
  • Equality Project manager, CNRS Alps
  • Gender Scientific  interest group CNRS, Paris
  • University National Committee Representative, Section 23, Section 24

Session 5 - Gender,Planning,Governance:the local territoriesinacts

Discussants: Dominique Mansanti, UMR Pacte, Grenoble, Emmanuel Roux, UMR Pacte, Grenoble 

  • Alberte Dessarts-Bonnin, Councillor delegate in charge of gender equality, the fight against discrimination and accessibility,The Metro - Grenoble Alpes Métropole. Anne-Laure Carrier Experience, Actions, Projects agglomeration The Metro - Grenoble Alpes Métropole
  • Mathieu Robin for students of Professional Degree, IUT2, Local observatory and gender perspective, Gières City, coordinated by Linossier Rachel, Sophie Louargant
  • Sylvette Rochas, first deputy mayor for social cohesion, cultural development, gender equality and General Affairs, City of Echirolles, Chambon Laurie, “House for gender equality”, Echirolles City.
  • Alice Albert Dufour, Security arrangements Policies: between fantasy and reality? Women at the heart of the problem,Master of Sciences Territories, IDT, Institut de Géographie Alpine, Grenoble
  • Edith Maruejouls, City governance by gender, UMR Ades, Bordeaux 

Session 6 - Gender, Citizenship, categorization

Discussants: Myriam Houssay-Holzschuch, Elsa Guillalot, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

  • Mireia Boya Busquet, Rosa Cerarols Ramírez, Feminine Orality: Spanish Reconquest Operation experienced by Baish Aran women , Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelone, Espagne
  • Joanne Le Bars,"Sans-papiers" (undocumented immigrants) women and the City, Space and place of domination and resistance, Through a participatory video experience,LAB'URBA, Institut d'Urbanisme de Paris (IUP) (film)
  • Aline Prévert, Ewa Bogalska-Martin, The Struggle Against Discriminations : construction and uses of public area, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

Monday, December 10, 2012

Alpine Geography Institute, City of Territories, Grenoble, France

 

Session 7 - Gender, movement and circulation of persons

Discussants:Nasima Moujoud, UMR Larhra, Grenoble, Dina Vaiou, Athens University, Grèce

  • Valentina Genta, Life stories of Moroccan women in Emilia Romagna (Italy): ways, migration experiences and self-consciousness, Disfor (dipartimento di scienze della formazione), Genova
  • Mina Saidi Sharouz, Les mobilités spatiales des femmes dans les villes du Moyen-Orient. L'exemple de Téhéran, IFRI/ Mosaique,
  • Charlotte Pujol, Women in the city: what temporalities ?, Espaces et Sociétés, Carta, UMR Eso,  Rennes
  • Céline Jacquin, Living in mega Mexican housing estates : daily territoriality and spatial competencesLab'Urba, Paris.

Session 8 - Gender, body and otherness

Discussants: Francine Barthe, UMREspaces, Nature et Culture, Paris, Jean-François Staszak, Genova University

  • Monia Lachheb, Feminine Body - Male Body, The stakes in the standard between sports space and social space , Institut supérieur du sport et de l'éducation physique, Tunisia
  • Hofmann Elisabeth, L'école comme un espace peu sûr pour des filles en Afrique. Corps et espace dans la mesure et la lutte contre la violence de genre à l'école, UMR Les Afriques dans le monde (LAM), Université Montesquieu, Bordeaux IV
  • Lambert Karine,Women burglar ! Altered bodies, alterised bodies and subversion of Gender order, Laboratoire Telemme (Temps, Espaces, Langages, Europe Méridionale - Méditerranée), Université de Provence-Aix-Marseille I
  • Niall Bond, The earth, the sea and gender: Nicolaus Sombart's interpretation of Carl Schmitt's work, Université de Lyon 2.

Session 9 - Gender, fragility and resources

Discussants: Liliane Perrin-Bensahel, UMR Pacte, Grenoble, Raymonde Sechet, UMR Eso, Rennes

  • Colette Le Petitcorps, When expropriated space-time is recaptured. Migrant women experiences’ in domestic and care work in France(Migrinter), Poitiers
  • Caretta Martina Angela, Gabrielsson Sara,Testing virtuous spirals. Exploring the process of women's empowerment through microcredit and self-saving networks in East Africa, Departement of Human Geography, Stockholm University
  • Isabel Dyck,Masculinities, materialities and the production of home care,QMUL, Mile End Road, London
  • Martin Wagener, Single-parenthood in Brussels – between urban segregation and reappropriation of the relation to space, Centre de recherche interdisciplinaires Démocratie, Institutions, Subjectivité, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgique

Session 10 - Gender,Planning,Governance:the local territoriesinacts(2)

  • Discussants: Dominique Royoux, Ruralités, Poitiers, Grégoire Feyt, UMR Pacte, Grenoble
  • Philippe Teillet, Gender and intercommunality, UMR Pacte, Grenoble
  • Mathilde Dubesset, Observatory for Parity, President of Planned Parenthood, Grenoble
  • Brigitte Périllé, Development of gender mainstreaming in public policy, Vice-President in charge of children in danger, family, and equality between men and women, the General Council of Isere
  • Ronald Groaters, Homosexuality and rural area, Thoard, Alps
  • Yves Raibaud, Experiences around the Development Council of the Urban Community of Bordeaux

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Urban Planning Institute of Grenoble, City of territories, Grenoble, France

 

Session 11 - Gender, movement and circulation of persons

Discussants: Sonia Chardonnel, UMR Pacte, Grenoble,  Kamila Tabaka, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

  • Martine Berger, Claire Aragau, Lionel Rougé, Mobility and immobility in the periurban areas of the parisian outer suburbs : gender effect, class effect, or generation effect ?, UMR Ladyss, Université Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris I, Gecko, Université Paris-Ouest, UMR Eso, Université de Caen
  • Silvia Rosales-Montano, Le vieillissement au féminin et la mobilité, une transition dans les approches : les flux-enjeux des femmes, Agence d'urbanisme pour le développement de l'agglomération lyonnaise
  • Brigitte Nader-Hallier, Spatial practices and living space representations in the 75 years and older Paris inhabitant, LAB'URBA, Paris
  • Stéphanie TuggenerMobility and social inequality: exploring the nexus by means of sequence analysis and geovisualisation,University of Zurich, Institute of Geography (uzh), Zurich, Swiss
  • Christophe Hurez, Christophe Betin, Nicolas Wagner, Does the city's pulse beat at the same rhythm for men and women ?, Centre d'études techniques de Lyon, CETE de Lyon,MEDDTL, Lyon

Session 12 - Gender, body and otherness

Discussants: Anne-Laure Amilhat-Szary, UMR Pacte, Grenoble, Sophie Louargant, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

  • Camille Schmoll, Geographies of power in ‘Borderland' Europe: an approach through mobile bodies, Géographie-cités, CNRS , Paris
  • Fatima Ait Ben LmadaniMigration south/south: Gender, dependency and new configurations of social relations of power, University of Mohammed V-Soussi Rabat, Morocco
  • Nasima Moujoud, Quand la colonisation précède la mondialisation. Genre et multiculturalisme au transnational, UMR Larhra, Grenoble,
  • Irene Kuetche, Rural women, urban and male-dominated marriages in Cameroon, University of Yaoundé, Cameroun

Session 13 - Gender,body and otherness

Discussants: Mariane Blidon, UMR Géographie-cités, Paris, Jean-François Stazack, Geneva University

  • Romain Lajarge,Sexualities and spatiality: with or without territory?, UMR Pacte, Grenoble.
  • Karine DuplanLooking for women. An insight on the spatialisation of gender norms in Luxembourg-city , UMR Espaces, Nature et Culture, Paris University IV
  • Ng Isabella, Sexual politics of belonging: Delineating Space in ritual activities in the Hong Kong walled villages,School of Oriental and African Studies,University of London

Session 14 - Gender, fragility and resources

Discussants: Emmanuel Matteudi, UMR Pacte, Grenoble, Nasima Moujoud, UMR Larhra, Grenoble

  • Gaëlle Gillot, The approach gender in Morocco: a chance for the territorialisation of the workers of the textile industry to Rabat/Salé ?, Développement et Sociétés, UMR 201, UR201, Paris
  • Heide Studer,  "Negotiate" the city, Landschaftsplanung, Mödling, Autriche
  • Rosa Cerarols, Fabià Diaz, Maria Dolors Garcia-Ramon, Antonio Luna, The “barrio” as the landscape of the crisis: gender, age and class relations and its strategies for survival, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona University
  • Christine Escallier,Gender and Territory: transformation of space and replay in a Portuguese fishermen’s community (Nazaré, Portugal),Universidade da Madeira (UMa), Laboratoire CRIA, Portugal

Session  15 - Gender,Planning andGovernance

Discussants: Jean-Michel Roux, UMR Pacte, Dominique Mansanti, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

  • Rachel Linossier, L'offre de conseils en stratégies et projets urbains : une affaire d'hommes ?, UMR Pacte, Grenoble
  • Sabrina Sinigaglia-Amadio, Territories of immigrant women of “neighborhoods” through the prism of social work, Laboratoire Lorrain de sciences sociales (2L2S), Lorraine University
  • Marine Kerguénou,Gender andurban regeneration, Institut d’Urbanisme de Lille et Master, Sciences Po Paris.
  • Eneida Chacon Botello,Women, Cities and Citizenship. Housing Policies and Gender: The case of “Sol Naciente” neighbourhood in Cordoba, Argentina, Master Sciences du Territoire, Institut d’Urbanisme de Grenoble, Erasmus Mundus, Grenoble Univeristy

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Urban Planning Institute of Grenoble, City of territories, Grenoble, France

Session 16 - Gender, body and otherness

Discussants:  Claire Hancock, Lab'Urba, Paris, Mauro Spotorno, Università degli studi di Genova, Gênes

  • Marianna Pino,Gender issues in mosques in Italy ,Université de Bologne, Italie
  • Donnet Claire, A place where gendered and pious subjects get created, Laboratoire Cultures et sociétés en Europe, Strasbourg University
  • Sumeyye Ulu Sametoglu, Le lieu d'apprentissage de l'islam et la résolution des conflits séculiers : Sohbets comme un espace alternatif de socialisation féminine musulmane en France, Centre d'Analyse et d'Intervention Sociologiques, EHESS, Paris
  • Hamza Zeghlache, Monia Bousnina, Feminine Body - Male Body. The stakes in the standard between sports space and social space, Laboratoire d'architecture Méditerranéenne (lam), Université de Setif, Algeria

Session  17 - Gender,body and otherness

Discussants: Mariane Blidon, UMR Géographie-cités, Paris, Jean-François Stazack, Geneva University

  • Rachele Borghi, Are lesbians (in)visible in public space ?, Research on the lesbians territorialities in beach contexts , UMR Eso, Rennes.
  • Marien Gouyon,From the occupation of the space occupation of the identity "gay" in Casablanca, LAS, (EHESS), Paris
  • Maria Rodó de Zárate, Young lesbians negotiating public space: Intersectionality, place and lived experience in Manresa (Barcelona), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Espagne
  • Charlotte Prieur,Queer geographies and communities: go beyond gender and sexualities, UMR Espaces, Nature et Culture, Paris

Session 18- Gender,body and otherness

Discussants: Luc Gwiazdzinski, UMR Pacte, Yves Raibaud, UMR Ades, Bordeaux

  • Pakdeekul Ratana, Gender and creative tourism, Chiang Mai University
  • Polina Prentou,The gendered dimension of leisure. The case of young women in Athens, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
  • Amandine Chapuis,The sexual and gender dimensions of the performance of public space in the tourist experience of the Amsterdam Red-light District, Paris University, Panthéon-Sorbonne - Paris I

Session 19  – Gender, Planning, Governance

Présidentes : Kamala Marius-Gnanou, UMR Ades, Bordeaux, Frédéric Giraut, Geneva University

  • Marie-Hélène Bacqué, Carole Biewener,Féminisme et empowerment dans le champ du développement international : quels projets d'émancipation ?, UMR Lavue, Université Paris Ouest, Simmons College, Boston, Etats-Unis
  • Emmanuel Matteudi, Fatima Chahid,Gender approaches and the concept of development: impact in Maghreb? the example of Morocco , UMR Pacte, Grenoble,
  • Remi Alapo, Gender Relations of Space: Impact on women's leadership in Nigeria, University of Phoenix, Arizona, Etats-Unis
  • Stone Nzaou,Gender and decision-making in Africa Central , UERPOD (Union Pour L'étude et la recherche sur la population et le développement), Brazzaville

Session 20 – Gender, fragility and resources

Discussants:  Liliane Bensahel, Kirsten Koop, UMR Pacte, Grenoble

  • Yasmina Doukkali,The new reforms as regards the integration of gender approach in regional public policies in Morocco (2012)  ,(CEDOC), Faculté des sciences juridiques économiques et sociales de Rabat Agdal, Maroc.
  • Sonia Kerfa,Gender, territory and memory in María Ruido's The Inner Memory (2002) or the documentary oscillation of a Galician family in and outside Germany in the seventies, Passages XX-XXI, EA4160 Université Lyon2.
  • Zakaria Abouddahab,The process of inclusion of gender in public policy in Morocco: dynamics and resistances , Université Mohammed V, Agdal - Rabat

 Exhibitions during the conference:

The university cursus of UMR Pacte Grenoble,their leaders,their studentsare involved in theorganization of the conference:

  • IUT2: Professional Degree in-social intervention, territorial coordinators and social Worker (coordinator Louargant Sophie, Ewa Martin, Nasima Moujoud, Elsa Guillalot)
  • Master of Science speciality Territories - Territorial Development Engineering, Institute of Alpine Geography (coordinator Emmanuel Roux, Magali Talandier, Junior business ideas Territories)
  • Master Territories Sciences, Urban UHCI Grenoble, Grenoble Institute of Urban Planning (coordinator: Emmanuel Matteudi)
  • Master Territory Sciences, speciality Innovation and Territory, ITER (coordinator: Luc Gwiazdzinski), speciality International development studies, Sustainability, Participation, Innovation  (coordinator : Kirsten Koop),
  • Master City, Solidarity, Territories, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Grenoble (coordinator:  Dominique Mansanti)

 

Places

  • Institut de géographie alpine, Institut d’Urbanisme de Grenoble - 14 avenue Marie Reynoard
    Grenoble, France (38)
  • Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Alpes - 1221 avenue Centrale Domaine Universitaire
    Saint-Martin-d'Hères, France (38)

Date(s)

  • Monday, December 10, 2012
  • Tuesday, December 11, 2012
  • Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Keywords

  • genre, vulnérabilités, ressources, mouvements, circulations, corps, altérité, Gender, movement, circulation of persons, body, otherness, fragility, resources

Contact(s)

  • Sophie Louargant
    courriel : louargan [at] iut2 [dot] upmf-grenoble [dot] fr

Information source

  • Catherine Morel
    courriel : catherine [dot] morel [at] umrpacte [dot] fr

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