Seminar 2017-2018

Research seminar / séminaire de recherche 2017-2018

FMSH, 54 Bd Raspail, Paris

Pour une sociologie mondialisée non hégémonique 

outils communs, connaissances situées et connexions productives / 

Toward a Non-Hegemonic World Sociology

Common Tools, Situated Knowledge and Productive Connections

Since the past thirty years, debates on a global scale have show us a sociology torn between North and South, between unity and fragmentation, between “methodological nationalism” and “methodological fluidity”, between Western hegemony and temptations of indigenization. However, the history and the stakes of these discussions are only little known in France. This seminar, to be held in Paris at the FMSH in order to prepare for the organization of an international residential seminar bringing together some twenty sociologists from all over the world in Bordeaux in 2019, will enable us to take stock of these debates and to consider, with French or foreign specialists of the question, both the current situation and the future of the discipline within the framework of a non-hegemonic world sociology.

Programme / Program 2017 / 2018

– 05 octobre 2017, 17:30-19:30, salle BS1-28 Conseil A : Presentation of the seminar by / Présentation du séminaire par Stéphane Dufoix (Paris-Nanterre) et Eric Macé (Université de Bordeaux)

– 12 octobre 2017, 17-19h, salle A1-01 : Hebe Vessuri (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) Global Social Science as the Interconnection of  Multiples Voices 

– 30 novembre 2017, 17:30-19:30, salle A2-49 : Michel Wieviorka (FMSH) Between nationalism, internationalism, cosmopolitanism and globalism: do social sciences live up to the great contemporary challenges? / Entre nationalisme, internationalisme, cosmopolitisme et globalisme: les sciences humaines et sociales sont-elles à la hauteur des grands défis contemporains ?

– 14 décembre 2017, 17:30-19:30, salle A2-49 : Eric Macé (Université de Bordeaux, Centre Emile Durkheim) The universalism of sociology under the test of postcolonial and decolonial critics.

– 11 janvier 2018 : Manuela Boatcă (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany) Global Sociology: The Un-Erasure of the Non-Western

– 1er février 2018 : Lutfi Sunar (İstanbul Medeniyet University) Three Sources of a Non-Eurocentric Sociology: Ziya Gokalp, Malek Ben Nabi, Ali Shariati

– 15 mars 2018 : Gennaro Ascione (Université de Naples) The coloniality of method: a teratologic approach to concept formation

– 12 avril 2018, 17:30-10:30, salle A3-50 : Stéphane Dufoix (Université Paris-Nanterre) De l’endogène comme universalité alternative. Relire l’histoire de la sociologie (1950s-1980s).

– 31 mai 2018 : Shalini Randeria (Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, Wien) Locations and Locutions: Unravelling the Concept of “World Anthropology/Sociology”