Le prochain séminaire de Théorie Politique à Sciences-Po Pari aura lieu le jeudi 9 février, de 17 heures à 19 heures, dans la grande salle de l’école doctorale (3e étage), 199 boulevard St Germain, Paris.
Benjamin Boudou (Max Planck Institut for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity) présentera son livre Le dilemme des frontières: philosophie politique de l’immigration.
Le prochain séminaire de Théorie Politique à Sciences-Po Pari aura lieu le jeudi 26 janvier, de 17 heures à 19 heures, dans la grande salle de l’école doctorale (3e étage), 199 boulevard St Germain, Paris.
Bruno Perreau (MIT) présentera son livre Queer theory. The French Response.
Eric Fassin (Université Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines & Ecole Polytechnique) assurera la discussion.
The 5th Graduate Conference in Political Theory of Sciences Po will be held on June 28-29, 2017.
Each year, the conference brings together young political theorsts representing a variety of traditions and methods to discuss the work of one prominent author.
This edition will focus on the work of Judith Butler, who will be our keynote speaker.
The objective of this conference is twofold. First, it aims to reflect upon the principles and modalities of Judith Butler’s arguments about sensitivity. Second, it aims to discern the potential consequences and applications of this notion of the subject’s sentivitiy to a range of political questions such as:
- Political representation and collective action
- Resistance, pacifism and critiques of power
- Technique, transhumanism and anthropocentrism
- War, violence and precarization of life
- Gender and vulnerability
All contributions that are related to one these topics are encouraged, but we also welcome propositions connected to other fileds of interest.
The submission deadline for proposals is March 3rd, 2017. Please send us:
- A detailed abstract (500-700 words) in PDF format, prepared for blind review
- A separate document, mentioning your name, the title of your proposal, and your institutional affiliation.
All proposals should be sent to: email@example.com
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Please find here the full call in English, and here in French.
The next Political Theory seminar is going to take place on Thursday, December 8, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the ‘grande salle’ of the Ecole Doctorale (199 boulevard Saint-Germain).
Mark Osiel (Univ. of Iowa) is presenting his paper: « Rights to do grave wrongs »
Roman Zinigrad (Univ. of Yale) will be the discussant.
The next International Politics and Philosophy seminar is going to take place on Thursday, October 6, from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in the ‘grande salle’ of the Ecole Doctorale (199 boulevard Saint-Germain).
Michael Barilan (Tel Aviv University) is presenting a paper on « Biologically-based Registries: Instruments of bio-power or of effective citizenship in democracy? »?
David Smadja (Université Paris Est, Marne la vallée) will be the discussant.
Sciences Po, Columbia University, Alliance and the IRCPL are happy to announce the conference:
When? June 17-18
Where? Sciences Po CERI (56 rue Jacob) & Columbia Reid Hall (4 rue de Chevreuse)
The full program is available here.
Séance jointe du séminaire International Political Philosophy (IPP) – Ethique de la guerre (AEGES) le 14 juin 2016, dans la grande salle de l’école doctorale de Sciences Po, de 17h à 19h.
François Tanguay Renaud présentera son papier « Can States be Corporately Liable to Attack in War? » – disponible ici
Ariel Colonomos sera en charge de la discussion.
Graduate students from Sciences Po and the CEVIPOF are happy to announce the 4th Graduate Conference in Political Theory. It will take place on June 21-22 in Paris.
Chantal MOUFFE will give the keynote lecture: « The future of democracy in a post-political age »
The program is available here.
Email for registration (mandatory): firstname.lastname@example.org
The next SciencesPo Political Theory Seminar is going to take place on Thursday, June 2nd, from 5:00m to 7:00pm in the big room of the Ecole Doctorale (199 boulevard Saint-Germain).
JEAN L. COHEN (Columbia University) is presenting her paper: « Sovereignty, the Corporate Religious, and Jurisdictional/Political Pluralism » (Forthcoming in Theoretical Inquiries in Law. Please do not cite without author’s permission).
ELISE ROUMEAS (Sciences Po) will be the discussant.