The GRIP seminar Towards a non-hegemonic social sciences organises a new cycle of conferences 2022-2023. Have a look at the new program!
©Seminar poster – Towards a non-hegemonic world-

For the past thirty years, debates on a global scale have shown us a sociology torn between North and South, between unity and fragmentation, between methodological nationalism and methodological fluidity, between Western hegemony and the temptations of indigenisation. However, the history and the chammenges of these discussions are little known in France. Each year, this GRIP seminar welcomes various French and foreign researchers working on the question of hegemony in the social sciences, from sociology or other disciplines, always with the aim of encouraging reflection on the future of disciplines within the framework of global and non-hegemonic social sciences.

Organising details

Directors : Stéphane Dufoix, Paris-Nanterre et Institut universitaire de France and Marie Salaün, Université Paris Cité

Partners : Collège d’études mondiales (FMSH) et du Global Research Institute of Paris (GRIP-Université Paris Cité)

Address where the sessions will take place : 54, boulevard Raspail 75007 Paris, salle B1-01 (1er étage)

Wednesday 9th November 2022, 5.30-7.30 PM

Speaker: Teresa Cruz e Silva, Université Eduardo Mondlane de Maputo, Mozambique
Title: Challenging the negotiation of the epistemic terms of knowledge production 

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