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SELECTED PROJECTS

Since its inception mid-2001, the International Programme for Advanced Studies has selected and supported the following projects :


PROJECTS 2001

◆ Codes of Otherness. Religion, Color and Ancestry in France, the United States and Germany, 2001. Riva Kastoryano, CERI–FNSP/CNRS, Paris, France ; George Fredrickson, Stanford University, USA ; Uli Bielefeld, Hamburger Institut für Sozialforschung, Hamburg, Germany

◆ Justice pénale internationale. Variations autour d’un droit commun, 2001. Mireille Delmas-Marty, Paris 1 University, Paris, France ; George Fletcher, Columbia University, New York, USA ; Abdoulah Cissé, University Gaston Berger, Saint Louis, Senegal ; Jian Ping Liu, University Renmin, Beijing, China

◆ Partitions Compared and Lessons Learnt. Issues in the Politics of Dialogue and Peace, October 2001-January 2002. Rada Ivekovic, Paris 8 University, Paris, France ; Stephano Bianchini, Bologna University, Italy ; Ranabir Samaddar, South Asia Forum for Human Rights, Kathmandu, Nepal ; Sanjay Chaturvedi, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India


PROJECTS 2002

◆ Mathematical Proof, Axiomatic Deductive Demonstration and the Historical Shaping of Discourses about them, April-June 2002. Karine Chemla, CNRS-REHSEIS, Paris 7 University, Paris, France ; Sir Geoffrey Lloyd, Cambridge University, United Kingdom ; Ian Mueller, University Chicago, USA ; Reviel Netz, Stanford University , USA ; Dhruv Raina, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India

◆ Les vocabulaires sociologiques face à l’unification de l’Europe : construction, transformation, mondialisation, September-December 2002, February-March 2003. Natalia Chmatko, Académie des Sciences, Moscow, Russia ; Jan Spurk, IRESCO-CNRS, Paris, France ; Reinhard Blomert, Privat Docent, University of Berlin, Germany ; Vittorio Cotesta, University of Salerno, Italy


PROJECTS 2003

◆ Trust and Democracy in Representations and Discourses : a Socio-psychological Approach, September-December 2003. Ivana Markova, University of Sterling, Scotland ; Per Linell, University of Linkoping, Sweden ; Michele Grossen, University of Lausanne, Switzerland ; Li Liu, London School of Economics, London ; Anna Salazar-Orvig, LEPS-Paris 5 University, Paris, France

◆ Les sciences sociales en Amérique Latine : acteurs, institutionnalisation et échanges internationaux (1945-1970), September-December 2003. Helgio Trindade, Universidade Federale do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brasil ; Manuel Antonio Garreton, University of Chile, Santiago ; Geronimo de Sierra Neves, Universidad de la Republica, Montevideo, Uruguay ; Miguel Murmis, Faculté Latino-américaine de Sciences Sociales, Buenos Aires, Argentina ; Afrânio Garcia, Centre d’Études du Brésil contemporain, EHESS, Paris, France


PROJECTS 2004

◆ Coping with Conflict. Democracy and its Challenges in South Asia, January-March 2004. Paula Banerjee, University of Calcutta, India ; Christophe Jaffrelot, Centre d’Études et de Recherches Internationales, Paris, France ; Mohammad Waseem, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan

◆ The Foundations of Mathematics in the XIXth century. Between History, Philosophy, Epistemology and Cognition, April-June 2004. Dominique Flament, CNRS Fellow, F2DS Group, MSH, Paris, Francee ; Philippe Nabonnand, Nancy University, France ; Klaus Volkert, Frankfurt University, Germany ; Javier Legris, Buenos Aires y Conicet University, Argentina ; Jose Ferreiros Dominguez, Sevilla University, Spain


PROJECTS 2005

◆ L’Europe, une communauté de traduction ? Identité européenne, diversité culturelle et citoyenneté démocratique, January-March 2005. Jelica Sumic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia ; Jean-Pierre Marcos, Paris 8 University, Paris, France ; Ernesto Laclau, University of Essex, Great-Britain ; Rado Riha, Centre de recherches scientifiques, Slovenia ; Oliver Marchart, Basel University, Switzerland

◆ Forms of Knowledge of the Past, April-June 2005. Alexei M. Rutkevich, Académie des Sciences, Moscow, Russia ; Irina M. Savelieva, State University-Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia ; Klaus von Beyme, University of Heildelberg, Germany ; Jutta Scherrer, EHESS, Paris, France

◆ Diderot, Russia and the emerging notion of "civilisation" : The historical experience, the process of development and the art of governing, September-December 2005. Georges Dulac, CNRS and University of Montpellier, France ; Serguei Karp, Institut d’Histoire universelle, Moscow, Russia ; Christoph Frank, Centre de recherches sur les Lumières européennes, Postdam, Germany ; Gianliugi Goggi, University of Pisa, Italy ; Serguei Mezine, University of Saratov, Russia


PROJECTS 2006

◆ Homo Legens. Traditions orales et écrites dans les pratiques de lecture : l’analyse comparée de la littérature médiévale, April-June 2006. Svetlana Loutchitskaya, Centre d’anthropologie historique de l’Occident médiéval, Institut d’histoire générale, Moscow, Russia ; Marie-Christine Bornes-Varol, Faculté des Lettres et Langues de Poitiers & INALCO, Paris, France ; Tivadar Palagyi, University of Budapest, Hungary ; Sophia Menache, University of Haifa, Israel ; Arzu Oztürkmen, Boiaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey

◆ Publication of the scientific correspondence between Mikhail Rostovtzeff and Franz Cumont, September-October 2006. Corinne Bonnet, University of Toulouse 2 Le Mirail, Toulouse, France ; Gregory Bongard-Levin, Académie des sciences de Russie, Moscow, Russia, Académie des inscriptions et belles lettres, Paris, France ; Arnaldo Marcone , University of Udine, Italy ; Yuri Litvinenko, Académie des sciences de Russie, Moscou

Project co-developped with Maison des Sciences de l’Homme et de la Société de Toulouse (MSHST), within the Réseau des Maison des Sciences de l’Homme


PROJECTS 2007

◆ Opening Markets in Emerging Countries and its Impact on National Firms. A Comparative Study between China and India, January-March 2007. Joël Ruet, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom ; Ajitava Raychaudhuri, Department of Economics, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India ; Wang Wei, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Social Science Academy, Pekin, China ; Kong Xinxin, National Research Center for Science and Technology for Development, Pekín, China ; Jean-François Huchet, Centre français d’études sur la Chine Contemporaine de Hong Kong

◆ Scales of citizenship » , April-June 2007. Catherine Neveu, LAIOS, IIAC, CNRS-EHESS, France ; John Clarke, Open University, Great-Britain ; Kathleen Coll, Stanford University, USA ;Evelina Dagnino, University of Campinas, Brasil


PROJECTS 2008

◆ Learned journals as agents of communication and of the construction of knowledge (17th-18th centuries), January-March 2008. Iordan Vassilev Avramov, Centre for Science Studies and History of Science, The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria ; Maria Conforti, Biblioteca di Storia della Medicina, Universita "La Sapienza", Rome, Italy ; Ingemar Oscarsson, Faculty of Humanities, Lund University, Sweden ; Jeanne Peiffer, CNRS, Centre Alexandre Koyré, Paris, France ; Jean-Pierre Vittu, Faculté des lettres, langues et sciences humaines, Tours, France

◆ Structure and categories of knowledge production : the universal and the particular. China, Britain, Turkey, Latin America and India, September 15-December 15, 2008. Sucheta Mazumdar, Duke University, USA ; Vasant Kaiwar, Duke University, USA ; Carlos Antonio Aguirre Rojas, Universidad National Autonoma Mexico, Mexico ; Halil Berktay, Sabanci Universitesi, Istanbul, Turkey ; Thierry Madjid Labica, University of Paris X-Nanterre, France


PROJECTS 2009

◆ Globalisation and public health in developing countries : access to essential drugs under stringent intellectual property rights regime, April-June 2009. Narayanan Lalitha, Gujarat institute of development research, Ahmedabad, India ; Alenka Guzman, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico, Mexico ; Ken Shadlen, London School of Economics, Londres, United Kingdom ; Samira Guennif, University Paris XIII, France

◆ Conflits, revendications, loi et processus constitutionnel, September-December 2009. Sandro Mezzadra, Université of Bologna, Italy ; Ranabir Samaddar, Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group, Calcutta, India ; Catherine Wihtol de Wenden, CNRS, Paris, France.

Foundation Maison des sciences de l’homme



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