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Post western sociology in europe and in china

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jeu 28 juin 2018
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Pour ses 6 ans d'existence, le LIA Post western sociology in Europe and in China organise un colloque international. Li Peilin, co-président, sociologue, vice-président de l'Académie des sciences sociales de Chine  recevra à cette occasion les insignes de docteur Honoris Causa.

Laurence Roulleau-Berger recevra le prix Maurice Courant qui lui sera remis "en reconnaissance de ses travaux de recherche scientifique, qui ont permis la création du LIA "Post Western sociology in Europe and in China" et contribuent à renforcer le lien privilégié entre Lyon et la Chine". Ce prix lui est attribué par Le Nouvel Institut Franco-
Chinois avec le soutien de l'Université de Lyon, de l'Institut des sciences humaines et sociales du CNRS et de l'École normale supérieure de Lyon.

Programme : 

  • 9h-9h15 : 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
  • 9h15-9h35 :Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS, ENS Lyon, Triangle, French Director of the LIA : Post-Western Sociology and Global Revolution
  • 9h35-9h55 :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
  • 9h55-10h15 : 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
  • 10h15-10h35 : Michel Lallement, Professor of Sociology, Chair Cnam, Lise-CNRS, Paris: Rationalization at stake. Disenchantment of the World or multiple modernities?
  • 10h35-10h45 : break
  • 10h45-11h05 : Xie Lizhong, Professor at department of Sociology, Peking University : Post-Western Sociology : what and why?
  • 11h05-11h25 : 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
  • 11h25-11h45 : Professor Wang Chunguang, Deputy director of the  Institute of Sociology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences : Post-western sociology and rural China revitalization
  • 12h-13h : lunch
  • 13h-13h 35 : 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
  • 13h35-13h55 : 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
  • 13h55- 14h15 : 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
  • 14h15-14h35 : Ji Yingchun, Professor  at School of Political Sciences and Sociology, Shanghai University: Post-Western Theory, public and private spheres in China
  • 14h35-14h55 : Fan Ke, Professor at School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
  • Nanjing Universty: Chinese ethnology : after Frederik Barth
  • 14h55- 15h05: 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
  • 15h05-15h25 : 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 ?
  • 15h25-15h45 : New LIA’s scientific perspectives
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