|The GRIP in association with the University of Bordeaux is pleased to announce the online program this summer on Social science education in globalization: situated standpoints and common tools.|
From June 14th to June 18th 2021,
This unique summer school is designed for graduate and doctoral students, as well as postdoctoral students and young researchers. The courses explore epistemological, historical and educational reflections that integrate the consequences of postcolonial approaches both in the training and scientific mediation of social and human sciences. Ultimately, the summer school questions the North vs. South divide in the face of globalization.
A certificate of participation will be awarded to students upon completion of the course.
Courses and Workshops:
Political and academic stakes of “decolonialism”
Ethnographic museums: colonial heritage, coloniality of representations, postcolonial perspectives
From colonial global modernity to Anthropocene issues
Can a disciplinary canon be both situated and shared?
Transnational circulation / appropriation / connections of categories and references
How to build the program of an international Master degree in African studies?
Tanguy Bernard, Dominique Darbon
How to organize the transnational circulation and discussion of academic productions?
Locally grounded, globally relevant: insight from the design of a sociology methodology module
Workshop 1: Compare, revise, increase the canon of sociology?
Stéphane Dufoix, Eric Macé
Workshop 2: Comparing references on the notion of development in social sciences
Rigas Arvanitis, Tanguy Bernard, Sophie Chave-Dartoen, Dominique Darbon