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March 26, 2017

CNRS

Appel d’offre des SMI Campagne 2018

Dans le cadre du SMI, Soutien à la mobilité internationale, et en appui au développement des projets scientifiques à dimension internationale, l’INSHS propose aux chercheur(e)s, enseignant(e)s-chercheur(e)s et ingénieur(e)s de recherche des unités qu’il copilote, une aide pour la réalisation d’actions de recherche à l’étranger, en 2018.

Cette aide concerne toutes les disciplines et tous les types de missions de recherche. Elle s’applique à toutes les destinations et à tout type d’institutions d’accueil dont l’Irasec. Ces missions de recherche à l’étranger entre 3 et 9 mois, doivent être réalisées en 2018.

Les détails de l’appel à proposition et le dossier de candidature sont disponibles sur la page d’accueil du site internet de l’INSHS : http://www.cnrs.fr/inshs/

Les dossiers de candidature sont à envoyer au plus tard le 19 novembre 2017, par e-mail à : inshs.smi@cnrs.fr

September 25, 2017

Concours

Appel doctorants avec mobilité à l'étranger : campagne 2018

Pour 2018, l’InSHS reconduit à l’appel à candidature pour attribution de quatre contrats doctoraux de 36 mois ( http://www.cnrs.fr/inshs/relations-internationales/docs/campagne-doctorants2018.docx)

Les dossiers sont soumis par un encadrant ou des co-encadrants habilités à diriger une thèse dans une école doctorale, qui proposent un sujet de doctorat. Ces dossiers doivent être conçus sur le principe d’un montage scientifique élaboré en commun entre une unité de recherche en France dont le CNRS est tutelle ou co-tutelle et une unité de recherche à l’étranger comme l’Irasec, dans laquelle les doctorants devront obligatoirement séjourner 20 mois. Des sujets impliquant plusieurs unités à l’étranger sont recevables. Toutes les disciplines des sciences humaines et sociales sont éligibles. Les dossiers sont à remettre pour le 15 décembre 2017.

Le contrat doctoral débutera le 1er octobre 2018.  Le sujet proposé doit faire l’objet d’une thèse avec une première inscription à la rentrée universitaire 2018. Les dossiers directement soumis par des doctorants ne seront pas évalués.

September 25, 2017

Workshop

Religious Mobilities in Asia

Religious Mobilities in Asia:
New networks for New Religious Spaces ?

11-­‐12 September 2017
Inalco, 65 rue des Grands Moulins
75013 Paris


Convenors:
Hui Yeon KIM (Assoc. Prof. Inalco, Paris)
Claire TRAN (Director, Irasec, Bangkok)
Florence GALMICHE (Assoc. Prof. Paris Diderot, Paris)
Zhe JI (Assoc. Prof. Inalco, Paris)

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September 21, 2017

Conference

Beetle fighting and Northern Thai cosmology

“Beetle fighting and Northern Thai cosmology”

A Talk by Stéphane Rennesson

Tuesday, 26 September, 2017, 7:30 pm
at the Alliance Française, Chiang Mai

422nd Meeting of the Informal Northern Thai Group
Free entrance - Conference in english

 

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September 15, 2017

Conference

Time, Space, Memory

Continuation of the conference cycle "Time, Space, Memory" organised by IRASEC in partnership with the Institut Français du Cambodge. The presentation of social science researchers' work to a wide audience has been very successful.

The fourth conference of the cycle took place on 12 September 2017 in Phnom Penh. Fabienne Luco, an anthropologist associated with the Southeast Asia Centre, presented her research on "Legends and Guardian Geniuses in Angkor" (translated simultaneously into Khmer and English).

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September 14, 2017

Workshop

Religious Mobilities in Asia

Religious Mobilities in Asia:
New networks for New Religious Spaces ?

Lundi 11 septembre 2017 - 09:30 - Mardi 12 septembre 2017 - 12:30
Inalco - Salle 4.07 / 5.18 - 65 rue des Grands Moulins, 75013 Paris

Convenors:
Hui Yeon KIM (Assoc. Prof. Inalco, Paris)
Claire TRAN (Director, Irasec, Bangkok)
Florence GALMICHE (Assoc. Prof. Paris Diderot, Paris)
Zhe JI (Assoc. Prof. Inalco, Paris)

The concept of mobility has emerged as a new framework that challenges the sedentary and territorial precepts of twentieth century social sciences (Urry 2006; Sheller 2011; Chu 2010; Basu & Coleman 2008). From a traditional social scientific perspective, travel has largely operated as a black box, a neutral set of technologies and processes predominantly permitting forms of economic, social and political life that are seen as explicable in terms of other, more causally powerful processes (Urry 2006, 4). The emerging literature in Mobilities challenges this model by focusing on how material and human circulation interact with the technologies that make it possible. A focus on mobility problematizes models that see stability and place as the ‘natural’, anchored state of things and mobility as the exception. Moreover, movement and flux cannot be exclusively related to globalization and postmodernity, they need to account for other dynamics that shape the material world.

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September 11, 2017

Conference

Legends and guardian spirits in Angkor

Legends and guardian spirits in Angkor

with Fabienne Luco, Anthropologist

Tuesday 12th September at 6:30pm
Institut français du Cambodge
Conference in French, translated in Khmer and English
Free entrance

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September 5, 2017

Affiliated researcher

New Releases of Eric Mottet

Irasec is pleased to announce the parution of an article and two books with the participation of Eric Mottet, affiliated researcher to the Irasec.

Assessing Maritime Disputes in East Asia
Political and Legal Perspectives

Edited by Barthelemy Courmont, Frederic Lasserre, Eric Mottet

Combining practical and theoretical approaches, this book addresses the political, legal and economic implications of maritime disputes in East Asia.

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September 4, 2017

New release

Food and the emerging cities : A crossed perspective

Food and the emerging cities : A crossed perspective
L'information géographique (3/2017), pp. 54-74, Armand Colin

 

Irasec is pleased to announce the parution of the article "Food and the emerging cities : A crossed perspective" written by Gwenn Pulliat, holder of a research scholarship.

As a consequence of urban sprawl, the formalization of retail chains, as well as the shifts in food consumption patterns, the urban food system is undergoing rapid changes in emerging cities. Based on two case-studies —Hanoï (Vietnam) and Bangkok (Thailand)—, the article argues that these changes accurately reveals the social and spatial dynamics that result from the development path of emerging cities, such as increased regional integration, rising social inequalities and differentiation, and exacerbated competition over the various uses of land. Hence, food is a powerful analytical tool to examine the transformation process occurring in these cities.

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August 30, 2017

Workshop

Natures in Southeast Asia: The ontological approach

Lecture at Chiang Mai University, Faculty of Social Sciences
Wednesday, September 13 (09h00 - 12h00).
International Program Meeting Room 1 (SB3201)

 

Speaker : Dr. Abigaël PESSES (deputy director of Irasec)
Moderator/discussant : Dr. Robert Farnan (Faculty of Social Science, Chiang Mai University)

Partners : Irasec, RCSD Chiang Mai University, CAS (Center of Asean Studies, CMU)

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August 20, 2017

Academic exchange

Viste de Sandra Bertezene et David Vallat

Visit to Irasec on 11th August 2017 by Sandra BERTEZENE, Professor of the Chair of Health Services Management at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts in Paris and David Vallat, Senior Lecturer in Economics and Management at the University of Lyon and the ENS of Lyon.

August 11, 2017

Academic exchange

Visit of David Camroux

Visit at Irasec the 7th August of Dr David Camroux, Senior Researcher , Centre de Recherches Internationales (CERI); Sciences Po Paris, Fellow Professor at the Vietnam National University, Hanoi.

August 8, 2017

New release

En route vers le Royaume-Uni

En route to the United Kingdom
A field survey of vietnamese migrants

Thi Hiep NGUYEN et Danielle TAN
Irasec et France terre d’asile, mars 2017, 132 p.
ISSN : 2102-376X
 

France terre d'asile has realised a field survey of vitenamese migrants in transit in the Pas-de-Calais department, in the context of an innovative project conducted by France terre d’asile between the 1st November 2015 and the 30th April 2017, entitled “assistance project for victims of human trafficking”, a project to identify, inform and advise victims of human trafficking in the department of Pas-de-Calais.

The study is aiming in particular to better understand their migration routes, their reasons for leaving their home country, their profiles, their relations with smugglers’ networks, the methods of control and coercion exer-cised over the migrants, as well as the migrants’ needs in order to be able to improve the support provided to them in France and Europe.

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July 21, 2017

Event

International Convention of Asia Scholars

Chiang Mai International Exhibition and Convention Centre (CMECC)
456 Changpuak District, Tambon Changpuak,
Meung Chiang Mai, Thailand 50300
Tel: 66(0) 53-010571-3

IRASEC is involved in the tenth session of ICAS at Chiang Mai: our publications are presented on our booth (booth C3) and we will participate to a panel with the contribution of Anne Yvonne Guillou, Abigaël Pesses et Stéphane Rennesson (Panel 287 – 23 july, 11h30-13h15, room 10).

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July 19, 2017