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1. Program 4.1: Artistic creations, technological exchanges and religious dynamics

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– Researchers: K. Argyriadis, G. Bonacci, J. Mallet, N. Puig, M. Timera, De. Vidal, Dom. Vidal  Doctoral students : K. Maenhout, A. Rakotomalala Artistic creations will be of interest here, in particular when they are the work of people or of artistic milieus in circulation: migrants, exiles, ethnicized and racialized minorities, etc. We will consider relocalized and multi-localized productions and practices, but also artistic productions of which certain have the explicit [Lire la suite…]

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3. Program 3.3. Political use of space, relations of power, and identification

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– Researchers : O. Hoffmann, C. Poiret, C. Médard, G. Schlemmer  Associated researcher : C. Agudelo  Doctoral student : J. Corredor This program examines the modalities of appropriation and control of spaces, by integrating the dimension of identity that can exist, without necessarily attributing a fundamental role to it. This should allow us to evaluate the articulations between different modes of identification and to better evaluate the processes of designation of territories and [Lire la suite…]

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2. Program 3.2. Anthropology of extreme exile

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Researcher : M. Hovanessian This program aims to apprehend the resistant subjectivities, or spaces of subjectivation, in which state sponsored violence has produced the erasure of “anthropological places”, to be understood as places invested with the power to “reflect on place”, where the everyday life of a group becomes entwined with lineage, filiations, transforming the geographic place into a territory of ritualized, symbolized life. An anthropology of extreme exile inevitably combines [Lire la suite…]

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1. Program 3.1. “Recurrences of slavery”

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Researchers : M-P. Ballarin, G. Bonacci, M-J. Jolivet Here we will be interested in the heritage of slavery in the contemporary period, in the long term repercussions of a forced migration, that of the slave trade, and in the contemporary recompositions of society and identity born of these changes. Taking into account the enduring strength of the status of slave, which has become a social category that is often concealed, allows [Lire la suite…]

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3. Program 2.3. Ethnic and racial group formation, discriminatory processes

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– Researchers: A. Rabaud, Y. Gastaut, M. Cognet, P. Cuturello, J.-L. Primon, C. Poiret  Associated researchers: V. De Rudder, M. Eberhard, M. Manier  Doctoral students: E. Adam Vesina, R. Braud, M. Duclos, C. Gabarro, J.-M. Huctin, N. Puvilland, J. Scheepers, Y. Tahata, D. Trawale Racism is considered one of the forms that interethnic social relations can take. The research projects in this program question the practical modalities of racism through [Lire la suite…]

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2. Program 2.2. Immigration and minority situations : policy, discourse, and mobilizations

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– Researchers: E. Cunin, G. Frigoli, Y. Gastaut, G. Ivaldi, C. Médard, A. Morice, A. Rabaud, J. Streiff-Fénart  Associated researchers: A. Berghamaschi, J. Gartner, M. Manier, M. Nayrac  Doctoral students: M. Clergeau, C. Gourdeau, Im Ahn Bak Ne, M. Lejeune, P. Montvalon, M. Petitjean, H. Sanders The enduring establishment, in Europe in particular, of the “question of immigration” in the public arena provides another framework for deciphering the experiences and [Lire la suite…]

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1. Program 2.1. Mobilities and figures of otherness

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– Researchers: F. Lestage, S. Potot, C. Quiminal, J. Streiff-Fénart  Associated researcher: Ph. Poutignat  Doctoral students: M. Belqasmi, N. Liberona, L. Tassin The production of new categories of otherness can first be detected in the representations produced by migratory flows themselves. These flows do not only influence mobility, but also modify the relationship to otherness in many sending, receiving, or transitional countries. URMIS’s work in sub-saharan Africa, in the Maghreb [Lire la suite…]

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3. Program 1.3. Circulations and social recompositions

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– Researchers : M. Hovanessian, M. Laëthier, N. Puig, S. Souchaud  Doctoral Student: L. Rosenfeld A common history among different types of mobility (slave trade, colonization, world wars, and colonial conflicts), postcolonial and contemporary relationships between governments and societies that take a multitude of shapes, and current and past mobilities (migrations, circulations…) makes migration and migratory projects an integral part of the social representation that we seek to decipher. Research in [Lire la suite…]

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2. Program 1.2. Life cycle, family and mobilities

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– Researchers: M. Lesclingand, F. Lestage, Z. Ouadah-Bedidi, S. Potot  Doctoral students : L. Cuartas, Du Juan, S. Musinde Sangwa, D. Park Mobility profoundly affects all the stage of the life cycle, from the earliest years of childhood to death, including modes of family composition. Whether the nuclear family migrates as a unit or whether its members are dispersed geographically because of migration, these population movements are a basis for questioning [Lire la suite…]

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1. Program 1.1. Workers and circulating elites

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– Researchers : V. Erlich, S. Potot, S. Souchaud, M. Timéra, Dom. Vidal  Associated researcher : M. Paris  Doctoral students : M. Anglada, A. Després, B. Dicko, Christelle Fitaten Hounsou, E. Hellio, F. Tandjigora, R. Dahhan Voluntary, economic, or student migration is more often than not considered by its participants as a means of upward social mobility, whether this occurs in the receiving country or in the country of origin. Whether it is [Lire la suite…]