• Vincennes

    Journée d'étude - Histoire

    Santé militaire, santé coloniale

    Guerres, maladies et empires au long XIXe siècle

    Organisée par le Centre d’histoire de sciences po et le Service historique de la Défense, la journée d’études examinera – à partir d’études de cas concernant des colonies françaises, allemandes et néerlandaises en Afrique, en Asie sud-orientale et aux Antilles – les liens entre expansion militaire, la gestion des colonies, les services sanitaires des forces armées, ainsi que la production et circulation de savoirs médicaux.

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  • Paris

    Colloque - Études des sciences

    Itinéraires individuels et circulation des savoirs scientifiques et techniques en Asie orientale (XVIe-XXe siècle)

    How did individuals' geographical mobility contributed the circutation of  knowledge in East Asia (16th-20th centuries)? In China, Korea and Vietnam, the bureaucratic systems dictated a specific mode of mobility of the elites. But the ways in which individual itineraries shaped the circulation of knowledge need to be studied not only for civil servants, but also for various socio-professional groups, such as the scholars privately employed by high officials, craftsmen, medical doctors, traders, Buddhist monks, and emperors themselves. To these groups should be added the actors of the globalisation of knowledge during this period.

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  • Pondichéry

    Journée d'étude - Études des sciences

    Low-Tech / High-Tech

    We intend in this workshop to reconsider how new technologies flow and circulate around the globe. One cannot ignore the obvious fact that we are seeing the emergence of new technological and industrial centres which accompany the rapid redistribution of economic power around the world; but one should also take into account the fact that technology is – and has always been – flowing and circulating in much more unexpected ways than predicted by the old-fashioned diffusionist models which are still prevalent, even in these times of globalisation. By privileging in this workshop (and in our collective project) a comparative approach between three very different geographical regions – South Asia, the Middle East and Europe – we hope to be able to propose an approach to technological flow, which will be sufficiently global and comparative, for going beyond the specificities of any particular culture or society, and which may really better help us understand the dynamics of technological circulations and the processes by which technologies are reinvented in different locations.

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