The GRIP seminar Towards non-hegemonic social sciences is organising a new series of conferences for 2023-2024. We invite you to take a look at the programme!

© Reserved rights

For the last thirty years or so, debates on a global scale have seen the social sciences torn between accusations of ‘northernism’ and ‘southernism’, between unity and fragmentation, between methodological nationalism and methodological fluidity, between Western hegemony and the temptations of indigenisation. Yet little is known in France about the history and issues at stake in these discussions. Each year, the seminar will welcome various French and foreign researchers working on the issue of hegemony in the social sciences, with the aim of encouraging reflection on the future of disciplines within the framework of global, non-hegemonic social sciences.

Wednesday 29th November 2023, 5.30-7.30PM

Speaker: Elisabeth Cunin (URMIS – IRD) presents Anthropologues et juges. Étude de l’expertise anthropologique à la Cour Interaméricaine des Droits de l’Homme


Halle aux Farines, Bétonsalon, 9 Esp. Pierre Vidal-Naquet, 75013 Paris, room 279F

À lire aussi

Winners  GRIP 2023 call for proposals

Winners GRIP 2023 call for proposals

GRIP publishes the new winners of the 2023 call for proposals © Reserved rights GRIP publishes the new winners of the 2023 call for proposals This research project is the second stage of the international survey of “Open science,...