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1. Sociology / 2. Philosophy of social sciences

1. Sociology

Yannick Barthe

"Scientific Expertise in Situations of Controversy: A Sociological Testimony", European Journal of Risk Regulation, 2014, nᵒ 1, p. 14‑24.-
"Nuclear waste: The meaning of decision-making" in Luis Aparicio (ed.), Making Nuclear Waste Governable. Deep underground disposal and the challenge of reversibility, s.l., Springer-Andra, 2010, p. 9‑27.
"Framing nuclear waste as a political issue in France", Journal of Risk Research, 2009, vol. 12, nᵒ 7-8, p. 941‑954.
(with Claire Mays ), « Communication and information in France’s underground laboratory siting process : clarity of procedure, ambivalence of effects », Journal of Risk Research, 2001, vol. 4, nᵒ 4, p. 411‑430.


Cyril Lemieux


"Studying Communication in the 21st Century. From Action Theory to the Analysis of Societies". Available online.

"The Twilight of Fields: Limitations of a Concept or Disappearance of a Historical Reality?", Journal of Classical Sociology, 14(4), 2014, p. 382–402.

"The Moral Idealism of Ordinary People as a Sociological Challenge: Reflections on the French Reception of Luc Boltanski and Laurent Thévenot’s On Justification", in Simon Susen, Bryan S. Turner (eds), The Spirit of Luc Boltanski. Essays on the « Pragmatic Sociology of Critique », London, Anthem Press, 2014, p. 153-171.


"What Durkheimian thought shares with pragmatism: How the two can work together for the greater relevance of sociological practice", Journal of Classical Sociology, 12 (3-4), 2012, p. 384–397.

"Threats to the Independence of Journalists. Reflections from one Shore of the Mediterranean to the Other" in Carlos Gomez Martinez & Mohammed Noureddine Affaya, eds, Organising Information, Regulating Communication. EU-Maghreb Exchange between Judges and Journalists, Barcelona, United Nations University, 2012, p. 53-64.


(with D. Benamouzig and O. Borraz), « What’s New in French Sociology ? », Footnotes, 36 (1), American Sociological Association, 2008, p. 6-7.


(with Damien de Blic) "The Scandal as Test: Elements of Pragmatic Sociology". Available online.


(with John Schmalzbauer) « Involvement and Detachment Among French and American Journalists : To Be or Not To Be a "Real" Professional” » in M. Lamont , L. Thévenot eds, Rethinking Comparative Cultural Sociology, Cambridge University Press, 2000, p. 148-169.


Dominique Linhardt


(with Fabian Muniesa) "Trials of Explicitness in the Implementation of Public Management Reform", Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 2011, vol. 22, no 6, p. 550‑566.


Cédric Moreau de Bellaing


"The Conditions of a Good Judgment. From Law to Internal Affairs Police Investigation", in McGee Kyle, Latour and the Passage of Law, Edinburgh University Press, 2015, p. 209-234.


"Can Electricity Sooth the Savage Breast? What Tasers do to Police Use of Force", in Dufresne Martin, Robert Dominique, ANT, Crime Studies and Technologies, Ashgate, 2014, p. 99-111.


"How Violence Comes to French Police. The Role of Violence in the Socialization and Training of the French Police", in Perry Stanislas (ed.), International Perspectives on Police Training and Education, London, New York, Routledge, 2013, p. 158-172.

(with Frédéric Audren) "Bruno Latour’s Legal Theory", in Benakar Reza, Travers Max (eds), An Introduction to Law and Social Theory, Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2013, p. 181-194.


Catherine Rémy


"Men seeking monkey-glands': the controversial xenotransplantations of Doctor Voronoff, 1910-30", French History, Vol. 28, n°2, 2014, pp. 226-240.


"Redefining the boundaries of humanity. The case of allo- and xenotransplantation", in S. Fainzang and C. Haxaire (eds.), Of Bodies and Symptoms. Anthropological Perspectives on their Social and Medical Treatment, Tarragona, URV, 2011, p. 223-228.

"The Animal Issue in Xenotransplantation : Controversies in France and the United States", History & Philosophy of Life Sciences, n°31, p. 407-432.
Danny Trom



(with David Snow) "The Case Study and the Study of Social Movements", in S. Staggenborg, Bert Klandermans (eds.), Methods of Social Movements Research, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 2002, p. 146-172.



"The Ethnographic Inquiry and the Historicity of Action", in J. Blasius, J. How & E. de Leeuw & P. Schmidt (eds.), Social Science Methodology in the New Millennium : Proceedings of The Fifth International Conference on Logic and Methodology, Cologne, Germany, Leske-Budrich, 2000 (2e ed).


2. Philosophy of social sciences

Francesco Callegaro


"Justice as the sacred in language: Durkheim and Habermas on the ultimate grounds of modernity and critique", Journal of classical sociology, vol. 17, n°4, p. 342-360.


Pierre-Henri Castel


“Loss, bereavement, mourning, and melancholia: a conceptual sketch, in defence of some psychoanalytic views", in J. Wakefield & S. Demazeux (eds), Sadness or Depression: International Perspectives on the Depression Epidemic and its Meaning, Springer, 2016, p.109-119.

"The Coming Evil", Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture (2016) 28-1, p. 203-215.


“A new history of ourselves, in the shadow of our obsessions and compulsions" in Recent French Thought in Psychopathology, special issue of Philosophy, Psychology, Psychiatry (2015) 21, n°4, p.299-309 (guest editor: Louis A. Sass).

"Towards a more constructive (and historical) view of the Harmful Dysfunction Theory?", in Recent French Thought in Psychopathology, special issue of Philosophy, Psychology, Psychiatry (2015) 21, n°4, p.357-360.


Pierre Charbonnier


"Breaking the Modern Epistemic Circle: The Ontological Engagement of Critical Anthropology" in P. Charbonnier, G. Salmon & P. Skafish, Comparative Metaphysics, Anthropology after ontology, London, Rowman & Littlefield International, 2017, p. 159-178.


(with Gildas Salmon) "The Two Ontological Pluralisms of French Anthropology", Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. 20, no 3, 2014, p. 567-573. Available online.


"The Yield and the Loot: An Ecological Perspective on the History of Capitalism", Actuel Marx, vol. no 53, no. 1, 2013, p. 92-105. Available online.


Julia Christ


"Critique of politics: Adorno on Durkheim", Journal of classical sociology, vol. 17, n°4, p. 331-341.



Bruno Karsenti


"Émile Durkheim. Modern society and the Jews", in Jacques Picard, Jacques Revel, Michael P. Steinberg, and Idith Zertal (eds), Thinking Jewish modernity. Experience, Analysis, Imagination, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2016, p.30-45.

"A philosophy of attention" in Bruno Latour (ed.), Reset Modernity, ZKM edition, 2016, p.433-444


"Sociology, psychoanalysis, and the modern subject" in Philosophy, Psychatry and Psychology, vol.21, n°4, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015, p.343-348.

"Lévi-Strauss and marxism", Diogènes, 2015, vol 60 (2), p. 67-78.


"Arranging the irreversible : the female condition and contradiction", in Brian Turner and Simon Susen, The spirit of Luc Boltanski : Essays on pragmatic sociology of critique, London, Anthem Press, 2014, p. 471-484.


"Durkheim and the moral fact" in Didier Fassin (ed.), A Companion to Moral Anthropology, Wiley-Blackwell, New-York, 2012, p. 21-36.

"Sociology face to face to pragmatism : action, concept and person", Journal of Classical Sociology, Vol. 12, n°3/4, 2012 p. 397-427.


"From Marx to Bourdieu: The Limits of the Structuralism of Practice", in S. Susen, B. S. Turner, (eds.), The Legacy of Pierre Bourdieu, London, Anthem Press, 2011, p. 59-90.


"A different approach to nationhood : Marcel Mauss", Revue du Mauss, n°36, 2010, p.283-294.


"Imitation : returning to the Tarde-Durkheim debate", in M.Candea (ed.), The social after Gabriel Tarde. Debates and assessments, London, Routledge, 2009.


The Maussian shift: a second foundation for sociology in France?” in Ed. W. James and N.J. Allen (eds), Marcel Mauss. A Centenary Tribute, Oxford, Berghahn Books, 1998, p. 71-82.


Nicola Marcucci


"Betwen facts and wills: Tönnies, Durkheim, and the sociological critique of modern obligation", Journal of classical sociology, vol. 17, n°4, p. 276-292.



Gildas Salmon


(with Pierre Charbonnier) "The Two Ontological Pluralisms of French Anthropology", Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. 20, no 3, 2014.


L'agenda du LIER-FYT: semaine du 20 janvier 2020





9h-11h. 105 boulevard Raspail. Salle 8.


Séminaire "Acteurs, institutions et interactions : ce que la guerre transforme" [Emmanuel Saint-Fuscien (LIER-FYT) & Julien Blanc]




13h-15h. 105 boulevard Raspail. Amphithéâtre François Furet.


Séminaire "Débats et controverses en anthropologie aujourd'hui" [Francis Zimmermann (LIER-FYT)]




17h-19h. 105 boulevard Raspail. Salle 4.


Séminaire "Théorie du complot et fake news : une approche sociologique" [Cyril Lemieux (LIER-FYT)]


Sixième séance. Séminaire fermé.






9h-11h. 105 boulevard Raspail. Salle 7.


Séminaire "Retour sur la théorie critique de la société" [Julia Christ & Mathurin Schweyer (tous deux LIER-FYT)]


Septième séance : "‘L'autorité et la famille’ : un objet central pour les recherches interdisciplinaires de la Théorie critique".




11h-13h. 105 boulevard Raspail. Salle 4.


Séminaire "Assertion et performativité" [Michel de Fornel (LIER-FYT), Bruno Ambroise & Philippe Büttgen]




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Demi-journée autour du pôle "philosophie" du LIER-FYT sur le thème "Théorie de la pratique et pratiques de la théorie"


Avec des interventions de Gildas Salmon, Veronica Ciantelli et Pierre-Henri Castel, respectivement discutées par Bastien Massé, Danny Trom et Julia Christ (tous LIER-FYT).


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10h-13h. 105 boulevard Raspail. Salle 6.


Séminaire "Histoires déconnectées. Médiévalismes et nationalisation des cultures juridiques en Europe (XIXe-XXe siècles)" [Emanuele Conte (LIER-FYT) & Pierre Thévenin]


Première séance. Céline Jouin (Université de Caen) : "L’histoire du droit d’Otto von Gierke".

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15h-17h. 105 boulevard Raspail. Salle 9.


Atelier d’analyse conversationnelle [Michel de Fornel & Vincenzo Raimondo (tous deux LIER-FYT)]




15h-17h. 105 boulevard Raspail. Salle 5.


Séminaire "Instituer la transmission" [Paolo Napoli (LIER-FYT)]




18h-21h. 105 boulevard Raspail. Salle 10.


Séminaire "Droit et sciences humaines et sociales" [Paolo Napoli (LIER-FYT)]


Eric Alonzo (AUSser) : "Profils en long : généalogie de l'art de concevoir les voies"






11h-13h. Campus Condorcet. Centre de colloques. Salle 3.08.


Séminaire "Socialisation et nationalisme" [Bruno Karsenti (LIER-FYT)]




15h-17h. 105 boulevard Raspail. Salle 5.


Séminaire "Instituer la transmission" [Paolo Napoli (LIER-FYT)]






9h-11h. Campus Condorcet. Bâtiment de recherche sud. Salle 0.032.


Séminaire "Analyser l'activité 'telle qu'elle se fait': les bases conceptuelles et méthodologiques de l'enquête vidéo-ethnographique" [Michel de Fornel (LIER-FYT) & Christian Licoppe]




12h-14h. Campus Condorcet. Centre de colloques. Salle 3.07.


Séminaire "Sciences sociales et intelligence artificielle" [Dominique Linhardt (LIER-FYT), Romain Huret & Jérôme Malois]


Emmanuel Dupoux (LSCP) : "Intelligence naturelle et artificielle : similarités et différences".




14h-16h. Campus Condorcet. Bâtiment recherche Sud. Salle 0.030.

Séminaire "Philosophie et sciences sociales" [Pierre-Henri Castel (LIER-FYT)]


14h-16h. 10 rue Monsieur-le-Prince. Salle Alphonse-Dupront.

Séminaire "Renouveler l’analyse juridique des droits et libertés fondamentaux par l’épistémologie juridique" [Régis Ponsard (LIER-FYT) & Xavier Souvignet]

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