Post western sociology in europe and in china

Post western sociology in europe and in china


28 Thursday
Thu, 28/06/2018
9am - 3.45pm

Location

Free



Programme
9.00-9.15am: Introduction by Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS, ENS Lyon, Triangle and Li Peilin, Professor of Sociology, Academician, Vice-President of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

9.15-9.35am:
Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS, ENS Lyon, Triangle, French Director of the LIA : Post-Western Sociology and Global Revolution
9.35-9.55am: Li Peilin, Professor of Sociology, Vice-President of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Academician, Chinese Director of the LIA : Post-Western Sociology and contemporary Chinese Sociology

9.55-10.15am:
Li Youmei, Professor at School of Political Sciences and Sociology, Shanghai University, President of the Chinese Association of Sociology : Reflexion on Fei Xiaotong’s research and implication of theories and concepts
10.15-10.35am: Michel Lallement, Professor of Sociology, Chair Cnam, Lise-CNRS, Paris: Rationalization at stake. Disenchantment of the World or multiple modernities?

10.35-10.45am:
break

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.45-11.05am: Xie Lizhong, Professor at department of Sociology, Peking University : Post-Western Sociology : what and why?
11.05-11.25am: Agnès Van Zanten, Research Director at CNRS, Science Po/CNRS, Observatoire Sociologique du Changement : Sociology of education in France and in China : meritocracy and sponsorship in access to higher education
11.25-11.45am: Professor Wang Chunguang, Deputy director of the Institute of Sociology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences : Post-western sociology and rural China revitalization
12.00-13.00pm: lunch
13.00-13.35pm: Agnès Deboulet , Professor of Sociology, University Paris 8, Co-Chair of the LAVUE/CNRS : Revisiting precarious neighborhoods and global informality in a Post-Western perspective
13.35-13.55pm: Luo Jar-Der, Professor at department of sociology, Tsinghua University (Peking), Director of Tsinghua Center for Social Network Research, Beijing : From the Western Dunbar Circle to the Chinese Guanxi Circle
13.55- 14.15pm: Ahmed Boubeker, Professor at department of sociology, University Jean Monnet (Saint-Etienne), Vice-Director of the Centre Max Weber, CNRS : Ethnicity and tensions between history and memory
14.15-14.35pm: Ji Yingchun, Professor at School of Political Sciences and Sociology, Shanghai University: Post-Western Theory, public and private spheres in China
14.35-14.55pm: Fan Ke, Professor at School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Nanjing Universty: Chinese ethnology : after Frederik Barth
14.55- 15.05pm: Professor Zhang Yi, Director of the Institute of Social Development Strategy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences : Post-western sociology and consumption of China : from the view of social stratification
15.05-15.25pm: Michel Kokoreff, Professor at department of sociology University Paris 8, Cressap/Gtm : New acts of protest, new forms of knowledge : towards a globalization of rebellions ?
15.25-15.45pm: New LIA’s scientific perspectives
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