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Agrarian Modernization, a global transboundary process that generates local asymmetries

4th International Conference of the European Organisation for Rural History (EURHO)

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Publié le lundi 28 janvier 2019 par Elsa Zotian

Résumé

This panel wants to analyze the technology transference during Agrarian Modernization and point its inpact at the socio-environmental level from a comparative and connected global perspective. The geopolitical context and the social reality of the different regions where it expanded were quite different, as well as the interest of local elites. Therefore, the effects of this cultural and technological package differed according to the diverse geographical, environmental, economic and social particularities where it spread. Although this process has allowed the connection between the spaces of production and consumption, it ignored local particularities. And had and enormous social cost, as broad rural sectors have been excluded and have become urban poors.

Annonce

Argument

During the 4th International Conference of the European Organisation for Rural History (EURHO) in Paris in September 2019 we are organising a panel entitled "Agrarian Modernization, a global transboundary process that generates local asymmetries":

This panel wants to analyze the technology transference during Agrarian Modernization and point its inpact at the socio-environmental level from a comparative and connected global perspective.

The geopolitical context and the social reality of the different regions where it expanded were quite different, as well as the interest of local elites. Therefore, the effects of this cultural and technological package differed according to the diverse geographical, environmental, economic and social particularities where it spread.

Although this process has allowed the connection between the spaces of production and consumption, it ignored local particularities. And had and enormous social cost, as broad rural sectors have been excluded and have become urban poors.

Submission guidelines

The final submission must take place on https://eurhoparis2019.sciencesconf.org

by February 1st at the latest.

A paper must include a title, the full name and affiliation of author and co-author (s), and a short abstract (up to 400 words) introducing the topic, its scope and approach.

The panel will last two hours and include four papers. It will be led by a chair and a discussant.

International Scientific Committee

  • Béaur, Gérard, professor, CNRS/EHESS, Paris, France, Chair
  • Congost, Rosa, professor, University of Girona, Spain
  • Gerhard, Gesine, professor, University of the Pacific, Stockton, USA
  • Head-König, Anne-Lise, professor, University of Geneva, Switzerland
  • Herment, Laurent, researcher, CNRS, Paris, France (co-organizer)
  • Hoyle, Richard, professor, University College of London, United Kingdom
  • Langthaler, Ernst, professor, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Austria
  • Morell, Mats, professor, University of Uppsala, Sweden
  • Moser, Peter, dr. director, Archives of Rural History, Bern, Switzerland
  • Petmezas, Socrates, professor, University of Crete, Greece
  • Svensson, Patrick, professor, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
  • Thoen, Erik, professor, University of Ghent, Belgium
  • Van Molle, Leen, professor, University of Leuven, Belgium
  • Varga, Zsuzsanna, professor, Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, Hungary
  • The International Scientific Committee is responsible for the selection of panels and individual papers.

French Scientific Committee

  • Gérard Béaur, Directeur of Studies, EHESS and emeritus Director of Research, CNRS, CRH-ERHIMOR, Paris, Chair.
  • Fabrice Boudjaaba, Research Fellow, CNRS, CRH-ERHIMOR, Paris.
  • Laurent Herment, Research Fellow, CNRS, CRH-ERHIMOR, Paris, Co-organizer.
  • Alain Chatriot, Professor, SciencesPo, ERHIMOR, Paris.
  • Florence Hachez-Leroy, Professor, Université d’Artois, associated CRH.
  • Alice Ingold, Assistant Professor, EHESS, CRH- GGH-TERres & GRHEN, Paris.
  • Gilles Laferté, Research Director, INRA, Dijon.
  • Morgane Labbé, Assistant Professor, EHESS, CRH-ESOPP, Paris.
  • Niccolo Mignemi, Former Member of Ecole Française de Rome, ERHIMOR, Paris.
  • Pablo Luna, Assistant Professor, University Paris-Sorbonne, CRH-ERHIMOR, Paris.
  • Perrine Mane, Directeur of Studies, CNRS, CRH-GAM, Paris.
  • Jean-Baptiste Paranthoën, Post Ph D Student, EHESS, CRH-ERHIMOR.
  • Anne Varet-Vitu, Researche engineering, CNRS, CRH-LADEHIS, Paris.
  • Nadine Vivier, emeritus Professor, University Le Mans, member of the Academy of Agriculture, ERHIMOR, Paris.
  • Nadja Vuckovic, Assistant Engineer, EHESS, CRH, Paris.
  • Federico Zemborain, Research engineering, CNRS, CRH, Paris.

Lieux

  • EHESS | Université Paris Sorbonne - 105 Boulevard Raspail | 1, rue Victor Cousin
    Paris, France (75006 | 75005)

Dates

  • vendredi 01 février 2019

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Mots-clés

  • agrarian modernization, rural sectors, agrofood network

Contacts

  • Antonio Antonio Chamorrro
    courriel : Dagadagadum [at] gmail [dot] com
  • Ana Ana Gendron
    courriel : anagendron [at] orange [dot] fr

Source de l'information

  • Ana Gendron
    courriel : anagendron [at] orange [dot] fr

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