This international online seminar, coordinated by Geoffrey Pleyers & Breno Bringel, gathers scholars from different continents to analyse the way social movements and popular actors have faced the pandemic in a range of countries. It aims at elaborating and discussing a global perspective on the current crisis and the way actors may shape the societies that will emerge out of it.
This paper, wrote by Najwa Adra, Nadje Al-Ali, Sana Farhat, Danièle Joly, Pénélope Larzillière and Nicola Pratt, presents a gendered approach to understanding violence and ways of exiting violence.
Fourth session of the seminar Racism and Anti-Semitism: global, national and local perspectives with Olivier Dutour (EPHE) and Régis Meyran (Université Paris-Descartes).
Ambivalences of French scientific anti-racism in the 1930s: the case of the journal Races et racisme
This session will tackle the study of social and historical transformations that law enforcement professions (armed forces, jurists, magistrates) have undergone in the past decades when met with conflictual situations caracterized by a high degree of uncertainty regarding the nature of the violences that emerge from them.