Omara Sansegundo Moreno is PhD Student in Education Science at Université de Genève and Université Côte d’Azur. Supervisor at Urmis: Catherine Blaya Research Title: Study of the differences in the involvement of girls and boys in cyber-hate against ethnic minorities or specific religions within digital platforms in France. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org This page in Spanish This page in French
François Onokoko Okitongombe is PhD. student in Education Science at Université Côte d’Azur. Supervisor: Catherine Blaya. Contact: email@example.com
Sabrina Melenotte, PhD in Political Anthropology, is Research Fellow IRD, at Urmis (Paris) since October 2019.
Armand Aupiais is PhD Student in sociology at Urmis Paris.
Christelle Hamel is an INED Researcher, currently member of Urmis Paris Team.
Aïda Castellano is PhD Student at Urmis Paris. Title of PhD Dissertation: “Afro-Cuban” artists and dances in Barcelona, Toulouse and Havana: the religious at the heart of the construction of a transnational Cuban identity. Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tana Bao, PhD in demography, is post-doctoral fellow for Acadiscri.
Danae Emilia Rivadeneyra Yriarte is PdD Student at Urmis Paris.
Anne-Myriam Abdelhak is PhD Student in anthropology at Urmis Paris. Title of the PhD dissertation: Street arts in Morocco, from ordinary practices to performance.
Florie Bavard is PhD Student in anthropology at Urmis Paris. Title: Bodies, Nudities, and Representations in Egypt, 1860-2014 Supervisors: Nicolas Puig (URMIS-Paris Diderot-IRD) and Jocelyne Dakhlia (CRH-EHESS). Contact: email@example.com
PhD student in anthropology and sociology at Paris Diderot, URMIS-ED382 Thesis director : Odile Hoffmann Thesis co-director : Olga Odgers Thesis project : Indigenous Migration and Religious Conversion in the Northwest Border of Mexico: Narratives, Networks and Trans-local actors in the Experiences of Religious Conversion among Zapotec Women in Baja California In Spanish In French
Ph.D. student in sociology at the Université Côte d’Azur. He has a doctoral contract (36 months), funded by the CNRS, with international mobility of 20 months (InSHS). He is part of URMIS (Nice) and Research Institute for Contemporary Southeast Asia (USR 3142 – UMIFRE 22 CNRS MAEDI, Bangkok, Thailand). Thesis in preparation since October 2018: The internationalization of higher education in Southeast Asia. Between transnational education, privatization and making of […]
Lison Merville is PhD Student at Université Nice Sophia Antipolis.