Pierre Bourdieu. Contre-feux, Éditions Raisons d’agir, 1998, p.100

‘‘Contre ce régime politique [le néolibéralisme], la lutte politique est possible. Elle peut se donner pour fin d’abord, comme l'action caritative ou caritativo-militante, d’encourager les victimes de l’exploitation, tous les précaires actuels et potentiels, à travailler en commun contre les effets destructeurs de la précarité (en les aidant à vivre, à « tenir » et à se tenir, à sauver leur dignité, à résister à la déstructuration, à la dégradation de l’image de soi, à l’aliénation), et surtout à se mobiliser, à l’échelle internationale, c’est-à-dire au niveau même où s’exercent les effets de la politique de précarisation, pour combattre cette politique et neutraliser la concurrence qu’elle vise à instaurer entre les travailleurs des différents pays’’.



lundi 6 août 2018

The Social and Human Sciences in Global Power Relations. Edited by Johan Heilbron, Gustavo Sorá and Thibaud Boncourt

 
The Social and Human Sciences in Global Power Relations
Edited by Johan Heilbron, Gustavo Sorá and Thibaud Boncourt 
Palgrave Macmillan
Socio-Historical Studies of the Social and Human Sciences  
2018 

Présentation de l'éditeur
This volume employs new empirical data to examine the internationalization of the social sciences and humanities (SSH). While the globalization dynamics that have transformed the shape of the world over the last decades has been the subject of a growing number of scientific studies, very few such studies have set out to analyze the globalization of social and human sciences themselves. Arguing against the complacent assumption that Science is ‘international by nature’, this work demonstrates that the growing circulation of scholars and scientific ideas is a complex, contradictory and contested process. Arranged thematically, the chapters in this volume present a coherent exploration of patterns of transnationalization, South-North and East-West exchanges, and transnational regionalization. Further, they offer fresh insight into specific topics including the influence of the Anglo-American research infrastructure and the development of social and human sciences in postcolonial contexts. Featuring contributions from leading international scholars in the field, this work will advance the research agenda and will have interdisciplinary appeal for scholars from across the social sciences.

Johan Heilbron is Director of Research at the Centre Européen de Sociologie et de Science Politique de la Sorbonne (CESSP-CNRS-EHESS), France, and affiliated with the Erasmus Center for Economic Sociology (ECES), the Netherlands. 
Gustavo Sorá is Professor of Anthropology at the National University of Córdoba, and a Researcher at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET), Argentina.
Thibaud Boncourt is Associate Professor of Political Science at University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and a researcher at the Centre Européen de Sociologie et de Science Politique (CESSP-CNRS), France.

Table of contents 

  • Introduction: The Social and Human Sciences in Global Power Relations
    Heilbron, Johan (et al.)
    Pages 1-25
  • The Globalization of European Research in the Social Sciences and Humanities (1980–2014): A Bibliometric Study
    Heilbron, Johan (et al.)
    Pages 29-58
  • What Factors Determine the International Circulation of Scholarly Books? The Example of Translations Between English and French in the Era of Globalization
    Sapiro, Gisèle
    Pages 59-93
  • What “Internationalization” Means in the Social Sciences. A Comparison of the International Political Science and Sociology Associations
    Boncourt, Thibaud
    Pages 95-123
  • Unity and Fragmentation in the Social Sciences in Latin America
    Sorá, Gustavo (et al.)
    Pages 127-152
  • The European Research Area in the Social and Human Sciences: Between National Closure and American Hegemony
    Heilbron, Johan (et al.)
    Pages 153-181
  • The Post-colonial Internationality of Algerian Academics
    Leperlier, Tristan
    Pages 185-214
  • The Internationalization of Sociology in Argentina 1985–2015: Geographies and Trends
    Blanco, Alejandro (et al.)
    Pages 215-241
  • The Ford Foundation and the Institutionalization of Political Science in Brazil
    Canêdo, Leticia
    Pages 243-266
  • Translating Western Social and Human Sciences in Argentina: A Comparative Study of Translations from French, English, German, Italian and Portuguese
    Sorá, Gustavo (et al.)
    Pages 267-293
  • A Case of State Controlled Westernization. Foreign Impacts in the Hungarian Social Sciences (1945–2015)
    Karady, Victor (et al.)
    Pages 297-332
  • Western References in Asian Social Sciences (Japan and South Korea)
    Brisson, Thomas (et al.)
    Pages 333-364




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