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QUOI

Appel à participation pour la Journée des doctorant.e.s de l’URMISEngagement et éthique des chercheur.e.s : la pratique de la recherche en question”.

QUAND ET OU

La journée d’étude aura lieu à la MSHS Sud Est de Nice le vendredi 08 juin 2018.

SUJET

Chaque fois qu’un.e chercheur.e s’aventure sur un terrain de recherche, il.elle est amené.e à se questionner sur ses pratiques. Depuis plusieurs années, la journée des doctorant.e.s de l’URMIS propose un espace de discussion sur cette thématique centrale. Cette année, nous vous invitons à partager vos réflexions sur votre rapport à l’engagement (Axe 1) et sur vos questionnements éthiques (Axe 2). En échangeant
sur vos recherches en cours ou passées, nous souhaitons mutualiser une réflexion qui reste trop souvent individuelle et masquée dans nos publications.

Axes de travail:

  • Axe 1 : Rapport à l’engagement politique des chercheur.e.s
  • Axe 2 : Ethique(s) de la recherche

ECHEANCE ET  CANDIDATURE

Envoyer les propositions de résumés (250 mots) pour le 1er février 2018 à l’adresse jddurmis2018@gmail.com. L’appel s’adresse aux doctorant.e.s ou jeunes chercheur.es de toute discipline de sciences sociales et humanités sans restriction (sociologie, histoire, démographie, géographie, anthropologie, droit, économie, etc) . Les réponses du comité seront transmises mi-mars. Le texte des communications sera à transmettre au comité d’organisation pour le lundi 14 mai 2018 afin que les discutant.e.s en prennent connaissance. Le format des communications sera compris entre 15 et 20 minutes.


  WHAT

Call for papers for the Graduate student symposium “Ethics and social engagement of researchers: questioning research practices in the social sciences and humanities” organised by the research lab URMIS – University of Nice, France

WHEN / WHERE

The symposium will take place at the MSHS Sud Est, in Nice, on Friday June 8, 2018.

TOPICS

Often, starting a new research project or fieldwork begins with a self-reflective survey by the researcher of their own research practices. The URMIS graduate symposium, which is held once a year at Paris Diderot University or the University of Nice, France, offers to Ph.D students, senior Ph.D candidates and post-doctoral fellows in Anthropology, Sociology, History, Geography, and Ethnic Studies, an opportunity to present their reflections on methodological and ethical questions about research practices in their own fields. For the 2018 edition, which will take place at the University of Nice, we invite submissions on researchers’ attitudes to social and political engagement (theme 1) and on the ethics of research (theme 2). The symposium will allow researchers to discuss their past or present research projects in the light of such questions, which are too often left unaddressed and remain hidden in our publications.

research themes:

  • Theme 1 : The researchers’ attitudes towards social and political engagement
  • Theme 2: Ethics of research

APPLICATION

Send a 250-word abstract to jddurmis2018@gmail.com no later than February 1st, 2018. The scientific committee invites submissions from doctoral students and junior researchers in the humanities and in the social sciences with no restriction as to discipline (anthropology, sociology, history, geography, ethnic studies, law, demography, etc.).  Authors of accepted papers will be notified by March 15, 2018 and must then send a preliminary draft of their paper by May 14, 2018.
Each presentation will be between 15 and 20 minutes.


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