Séminaires et conférences dans le monde

The lectures illustrate and discuss the opportunities and the dangers inherent in digitizing research in the social sciences and humanities. A discussion of Derrida’s Mal d’Archives and the critique of contemporary digital ontologies will lead to suggest constructive ways to interact with the digital tools...

Jeudi 01 décembre 2016
France-Japan Workshop

Intervenants: Sébastien LECHEVALIER (EHESS), Karen SHIRE (University of Duisburg-Essen), Nathalie MOREL (Sciences Po), Bruno PALIER (Sciences Po), OCHIAI Emiko (Kyoto University), YAN Chengnan (Niigata University), Stéphane HEIM (Kyoto University), OCHIAI Emiko (Kyoto University), IWAI Hachiro (Kyoto University), Sara TAFURO (EHESS), Toshimitsu SHINKAWA (Kyoto University)

Vendredi 25 novembre 2016, Samedi 26 novembre 2016

Valeria Siniscalchi will present a lecture on “ Environment, Regulation and the Moral Economy of F ood in the Slow Food Movement ” (5:30 pm-7pm, Herter 101) in the seminar of Jacqueline Urla "Culture, Politics, and Heritage in Europe » (Departement of Anthropology, University of...

Mardi 15 novembre 2016

Ce séminaire sera dispensé par Yannik Barthe (EHESS/CNRS).

Lundi 14 novembre 2016

Abenomics initially generated high expectations, but the mood has currently shifted to present it as another failed economic experiment. Opinions on Abenomics are however often closed to caricatures. It is thus crucial to provide a critical and balanced evaluation. We argue that Abenomics acted decisively...

Vendredi 11 novembre 2016
Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies

Presentation by Prof. Sébastien Lechevalier (EHESS, president of the Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS), in the context of the Nissan Seminar.

Vendredi 11 novembre 2016

Australian cultures have often been used to illustrate the complexities and the formalized nature that human social organization can reach through approaches that underline social symmetry and boundedness. This lecture will show that the latter are at the most an indigenous meta-discourse describing the ideal...

Mardi 08 novembre 2016

Gender is both cause and effect in migration. Gendered migration roles have been constructed by states, labor markets, and the actors themselves. Focusing on the United States and France, two major countries to which immigrants have moved from all over the world over the last...

Mercredi 26 octobre 2016

En matière d’abolition de l’esclavage, servage et travail forcé en général, deux approches principales se dégagent : la première célèbre la conquête de la liberté en accordant la priorité aux réformes juridiques, mais elle délaisse les dynamiques sociaux-économiques. La seconde minimise la portée des réformes...

Lundi 24 octobre 2016

La pauvreté est une question qui dérange car elle est toujours l’expression d’une inégalité, sinon inacceptable, du moins peu tolérable dans une société globalement riche et démocratique. Les pauvres ne peuvent y avoir qu’un statut dévalorisé puisqu’ils représentent le destin auquel les sociétés modernes ont...

Samedi 22 octobre 2016

Sylvie-Anne Goldberg, EHESS-Paris, gave a talk entitled, Yizkor: Communal Memory in the Middle Ages . During the Middle Ages, the Jews of Europe developed memorial techniques that enabled them to overcome the loss of their dead: lists of the community's dead to be recited especially...

Jeudi 20 octobre 2016