“Creative State-Making”: Surprising Trajectories in Islam, Gender & Politics in Southeast Asia
Workshop | Friday, October 18th
“Creative State-Making”: Surprising Trajectories in Islam, Gender & Politics in Southeast Asia Islam in Southeast Asia has enjoyed a thriving trajectory in recent years. This is in large...
Social movements in the Global Age
Public space in the neoliberal city
Conference | Wednesday, October 23th
This presentation offers a reflection on the status of the public space and the city that produces it and shows that at present it is built less as a common good of social and urban integration...
Critical Conversations on the Neurosciences from feminist, sociological, and philosophical points of view
Friday, March 15th, the Collège d'études mondiales welcomed a conference dedicated to learning from Prof. Pitts-Taylor Yvonne Foerster (philosopher, Leuphana University), Chiara Cappelletto (...
Mutations of capital? Nature and Value in the ecological crisis
Seminar of the Ecology, Work, Employment chair
What role does nature play and how to consider the effects of the socio-ecological crisis to understanding capitalist expansion today? Eco-Marxist approaches point to a structural contradiction...
Ecology, Work, Employment
Ecological Reconversion, Work, and Social Policy
Our society is faced with a radically new possibility: it could become uninhabitable, unless we do what is necessary to avoid this fate. There is, however, increasing consciousness that Western...
Call for papers
The 4th EMES-Polanyi seminar will address the emergence of transition as a new paradigm. The call for papers is open until the 15th of December.
Discover the 11 research Research Chairs currently at the Collège d'études mondiales.
January - March 2019
People and ideas
University of Louvain
Université de Bordeaux
University of Paris-Nanterre
The Bucharest University of Economic Studies
University of Paris Diderot
Institut de recherche et d'innovation (IRI)
University of Lorraine
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business