Research topicsMy first research focused on the manifestations of xenophobia among adolescents, emphasizing the explanatory role of socio-politico-cultural factors and by means of an international comparative approach (Koopmans, 2010; Pettigrew & Troop, 2006; Vervoort, Scholte & Scheepers, 2011). From these first results, my current researches are carried out on the construction of the social bond between majority and minority adolescents. Literature have mainly focused on the role of the family, […]
Marion.MANIER@unice.fr PhD in sociology at Nice Sophia Antipolis University, URMIS laboratory. PhD: Identity processes and creation of the social face of the “Muslim woman” in the integration system and insertion associations for immigrants. Research interests: Inter-ethnic relationships, gender and class. The structure of racism, sexism and classism. Constructing otherness; the social face of “immigrant women”, “Maghreb/Muslim women”. Social action, social insertion, integration; categorisation and qualification of publics/users, the objectives and […]
International Conference: “Transit” Migration in Africa: Local and Global Dynamics, Politics and Experiences 10-12 December 2009 Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis Download the call for papers in english (PDF) Télécharger l’appel à communication en français (PDF) This conference is organised as a closing event to MITRANS, a French National Research Agency (2006-2009) funded research programme devoted to the analysis of mobility within and from the African continent in the context […]
email@example.com Marguerite Cognet is Senior Lecturer Paris Diderot Field of expertise and research interests: Ethnic relations applied in the field of health. This field of expertise has led me to develop projects on the following four key areas: “Professional insertion methods of immigrants and ethnic/race minorities in health organisations (analysis of professional career paths; study of direct and indirect discrimination on the insertion methods); “Ethnic relations in health organisations (analysis […]
Véronique De Rudder was researcher at the CNRS but she prematurely died in October 2014. The Urmis paid tribute to her outstanding contribution to the research by an international conference held in June 2015 in Paris. She was Scientific and Administrative Manager and Director of Publication of REMISIS (Information network on international migration and interethnic relationships), resource centre and bibliographical database (see: http://www.remisis.org). She was responsible for the course “The […]
firstname.lastname@example.org Pascal Dibie is Professor at Paris Diderot University.
Martine Hovanessian passed away in July 2019. She was a Director of research at CNRS (section 38 of the National Committee: Anthropology: Human unity and the diversity of cultures). She was also responsible for teaching at INALCO, Ethnology-Anthropology, Armenian studies, Russia-Eurasia department. She was a member of the editorial committee for the Journal des Anthropologues, the Revue du Monde arménien moderne et contemporain and the Cahiers de l’Urmis. She worked […]
email@example.com Françoise Lestage is an Anthropologist. She teaches at Paris 7 University in the Social science Department of Research and Training where she has been Director since January 2007. Her current courses deal with the social and cultural reconstructions produced by the geographic mobility of people (M2 Migrations and interethnic relationships), ethnic mobilisations (M2 Migrations and interethnic relationships) and conventions of political representation (M1 Sociology and Anthropology). Up to 1992 […]
firstname.lastname@example.org Alain Morice is Senior Researcher, Director of Research at the CNRS. He is a member of the Migreurop association: http://www.migreurop.org Research interests Unusual forms of employment, child labour, risky work, illegal work Corruption and mafia systems The psychic motives of influence Racist discrimination at work Migration and changes in the labour market, utilitarian migratory policies Seasonal migrant workers in agriculture Social work and community activities for immigrants European asylum […]
Zahia Ouadah-Bedidi is a Demographer and Senior Lecturer at Paris 7 Diderot University.
email@example.com Christian Poiret, PhD in Sociology is a Senior Lecturer at Paris 7 Diderot University. Research fields The naturalisation of social issues. Racism, segregation, discrimination: the role of ethnic origin. Main publications See french version of this page.
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org Catherine Quiminal is Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Sociology at the Social Sciences Research and Training Department, Paris Denis Diderot University, responsible for the masters in Sociology and Anthropology: Politics, Culture and Migration, Paris 7 Denis Diderot and Paris 8 Universities. She is an associate researcher at the Centre for African Studies / EHESS. She is a member of the editorial committee for the Journal des Anthropologues (the […]
Contact : email@example.com Aude Rabaud, PhD in Sociology is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Paris Diderot Paris 7 (Social Sciences Department). Research areas: The experience of racism and sexism in inter-minority relations Ethnicization of social relations in stigmatised urban areas Mobilization on a daily basis and forms of resistance of populations in minority situations Production and management of categories of otherness in local public action Teachings and Main publications […]
firstname.lastname@example.org Maryse Tripier is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Paris 7- Denis Diderot University. Since the 70s she has actively participated in developing the field of the sociology of immigration and inter-ethnic relationships in France, notably as Director of URMIS until 2002. She is co-founder of the DEA (Research masters) “Migration: Area and Society”. She plays an active role in the collective life of the discipline: member of the CNU […]
email@example.com Dominique Vidal is Professor of Sociology at Paris 7- Denis Diderot University (Social sciences research and teaching department). He has conducted studies in Brazil (Recife, Rio de Janerio), South Africa (Johannesburg) and Mozambique (Maputo) and is also involved in a comparative sociology study around the question of the democratic phenomenon. The common denominator in this research is the consideration that we cannot simply be happy to consider that countries […]