The event and the structure: Thinking about contingency and permanence in SHSs Fernand Braudel, in his magnificent book on the Mediterranean at the time of Philip II, points out that one event, that of the battle of Lepanto (near the isthmus of Corinth in Greece) on 7 October 1571, was of capital importance in the … Continue reading “Call for contributions to the F3S Doctoral Student Symposium CODOFE 2021”
Journée d’étude F3S CEPED – URMIS 18 décembre 2020 Coordination Béatrice de Gasquet (URMIS) et Marc Pilon (CEPED)
Des (dé)libérations aliénantes ? Débattre de quelques paradigmes actuels de l’émancipation des femmes
Université de Paris (Paris Diderot) – 11 décembre 2019 Tables rondes coordonnées par : – Pascale Absi (CESSMA) – Olga L Gonzalez (URMIS) – Monique Selim (CESSMA)
The Fédération Sciences Sociales Suds (F3S) was founded in 2012 by human and social sciences research units specialising in the study of the “Global South”, a term which refers to the developing and emerging countries.
It brings together Parisian laboratories under the aegis of IRD: the Population and Development Centre (CEPED), the Centre for Social Sciences Studies on African, American and Asian Worlds (CESSMA), the Migrations and Society Research Unit (URMIS) and the SeDyL - Language Dynamics and Structure. Local Heritage, Environment and Globalisation (PALOC) joined the F3S at the end of 2019. The Centre for Research and Documentation on the Americas (CREDA) is attached to it.