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Stéphane Dufoix

Stéphane Dufoix is Professor of Sociology at the Paris-Nanterre University (Sophiapol laboratory) and a Professor at Sciences-Po Paris.

Research Project

He works on the history of concepts and the historical sociology of the social sciences. He is responsible at the Collège d'études mondiales of the Global Sociology Seminar.

"Social scientists have shown that the CoVID-19 pandemic is not only a sanitary crisis. It is also a social and political crisis, and should be treated as a moment of rupture that will bring major changes into our lives, our societies and our world. While often sidelined by policy makers, social sciences’ contributions in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic have been as important as, and in many ways complementary to, hard sciences."

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 06/05/2020
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Intervention of Sari Hanafi, American University of Beirut, International Sociological Association President, in the Sociology of conflict seminar of Michel Wieviorka and Hervé Le Bras.

Today, the postcolonial approach is not sufficient to account for the problems of knowledge production. It should be complemented by a “post-authoritarian approach.”. This means considering not only the impact of colonialism, but also the impact of local authoritarianism.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 29/05/2019
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Ziyara circuits among Muslim minorities in Argentina and Morocco, the cases of Alawis and Black Gnawas

Intervention of Silvia Montenegro in the seminar Global anthropology of religions.

Silvia Montenegro, Sociologist and Anthropologist (UFRJ, Museu), researcher at CONICET, she works on Islamic schools in Argentina, religious minorities within Islam in Morocco and Latin America, holiness and healing production movements from a comparative perspective.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 17/05/2019

Intervention of Valentina Napolitano in the seminar Global anthropology of religions.

Valentina Napolitano is Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Toronto. Napolitano’s expertise focuses on Critical Catholic Studies, Anthropology of Traces, Anthropology and Theology, Affects, Migration and Borderlands and Gendered Subjectivities.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 12/04/2019

Session canceled

Intervention of Mar Griera in the seminar Global anthropology of religions.

Mar Griera is a doctor of sociology, professor at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, and researcher at the Centre de Sociologie des Religions et d'Éthique Sociale of the Université Marc Bloch (Strasbourg). She works on new forms of youth religiosity and on the dynamics of religious minorities in Europe.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 22/03/2019

Intervention of Elena Zapponi in the seminar Global anthropology of religions.

Elena Zapponi is an historian and anthropologist (EHESS, Università La Sapienza, Roma), she is interested in contemporary pilgrimages in Europe, the phenomena of recomposition of the Christian tradition, the relationship between religion and identity, and on religious syncretism.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 15/02/2019