EHESS Spring Talks

EHESS Spring Talks

Veranstalter
Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales
PLZ
75006
Ort
Paris
Land
France
Vom - Bis
03.05.2021 - 31.05.2021
Von
Falk Bretschneider, Centre Georg Simmel - Recherches franco-allemandes en sciences sociales, Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales

In 2021, EHESS organizes its very first "EHESS Spring Talks". The event, by means of daily online sessions, aims at promoting EHESS's highly original interdisciplinary, research-based style of pedagogy and training.

EHESS Spring Talks

These ecounters, designed for EHESS's partner institutions' students and scholars around the world, will be, from 2021 on, held every year and each year the offer will be renewed in order to progressively cover the wealth of seminars taught at the Ecole, whereby offering insights into its rich variery of themes and approaches.

This year's 18 online talks, scheduled in May 2021, will mobilize 27 professors who will introduce their audience, in English, Spanish or French, to their research seminars. They will be broadcast at 15:00 (UTC+1) each day, so as to be accessible to the largest number of participants from around the globe.

All talks will be broadcast live via a video conferencing app. The participants to the live sessions will be able to engage with the speakers at the end of each talk. The encounters will also be recorded, thus ensuring hat the widest possible audience may access them offline.

The pocedure explaining how to join the live sessions will be notified to the participants upon registration.

Programm

Monday 3rd May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Esteban Buch: "Música y política: los poderes del sonido"
Opening by Christophe Prochasson, President of EHESS, and Sabina Loriga, Vice-President of international affairs
Main language: Spanish
Discussion languages: Spanish, English, French

Tuesday 4th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Françoise Daucé and Isabelle Thireau: "Publicness, media and collective action in Russia and in China"
Moderated by Alain Blum
Main language: English
Discussion languages: English, French

Wednesday 5th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Thomas Piketty: "Inequality Regimes: A Global History"
Moderated by Romain Huret
Main language: English
Discussion languages: English, French

Thursday 6th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Roberto Casati and Jean-Pierre Nadal: "Climate Change/Changing Behaviors"
Moderated by Frédéric Brahami
Main language: English
Discussion languages: English, French

Friday 7th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Yohann Aucante: "Comparing social protection reforms: an international perspective before and after the Covid-19 pandemic"
Moderated by Eloi Ficquet
Main language: English
Discussion languages: English, French

Monday 10th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Geneviève Pruvost and Stéphane Tonnelat: "Ethnographie des alternatives"
Moderated by Céline Béraud
Main language: French
Discussion languages: French, English

Tuesday 11th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Gisèle Sapiro: "Engagement and disengagement: the intellectual and artistic professions, between responsibility and disinterestedness"
Séance animée par Sebastian Veg
Main language: English
Discussion languages: English, French

Wednesday 12th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Pascal Engel: "Values and norms: friends or foes?"
Moderated by Jérôme Dokic
Main language: English
Discussion languages: English, French

Monday 17th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Catherine König-Pralong : "Modernités transatlantiques. L’histoire de la philosophie entre Europe et USA au XIXe siècle"
Moderated by Antoine Lilti
Main language: French
Discussion languages: English, French, German, Italian

Tuesday 18th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Beatriz Fernández: "Métropoles et capitales : trajectoires locales dans un monde global"
Moderated by Marie-Vic Ozouf Marignier
Main language: Spanish
Discussion languages: Spanish, English, French

Wednesday 19th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Anne Lafont, Jean-Frédéric Schaub, and Silvia Sebastiani : "Race in Early Modern times: Social processes, Categorizations, Ideologies of Exclusion"
Moderated by Caroline Callard
Main languages: French, English, Spanish
Discussion languages: Spanish, English, French Italian, Portuguese

Thursday 20th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Jean-Bernard Ouédraogo and Monique Sicard: "Pour une génétique et une anthropologie des images"
Moderated by Brigitte Derlon
Main language: French
Discussion languages: English, French

Friday 21st May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Arnaud Esquerre: "Langage et censure"
Moderated by Patrice Maniglier
Main language: French
Discussion languages: English, French

Tuesday 25th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Andrea Benvenuto et Olivier Schetrit: "Los Estudios Sordos de una orilla al otro del Atlántico: aportes y desafíos"
Moderated by Rafael Mandressi
Main languages: Spanish, French and Spanish sign languages
Discussion languages: Spanish, French and Spanish sign languages

Wednesday 26th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Juliette Rennes: "Approches critiques des catégories d'âge"
Moderated by Nathalie Bajos
Main language: French
Discussion languages: English, French

Thursday 27th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Eloi Ficquet : "Describing the situations and facts of the war in Tigray, Ethiopia, since November 2020, between historical anthropology and digital ethnography"
Moderated by Yohann Aucante
Main language: English
Discussion languages: English, French, Amharic

Friday 28th May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Julia Christ and Dominique Linhardt: "Libertés et solidarités dans l’État moderne"
Moderated by Bruno Karsenti
Main language: French
Discussion languages: English, French, German

Monday 31st May (15:00-17:00, UTC+1)
Falk Bretschneider and Natalia Muchnik: "Historia de la reclusión (siglos XVI al XXI)", "Histoire des enfermements (XVIe-XXIe siècles)"
Moderated by Antonella Romano
Main language: French, Spanish
Discussion languages: Spanish, French, English, German

Kontakt

caroline.chu@ehess.fr

https://www.ehess.fr/fr/ehess-spring-talks
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