An original venue for training

Noria launched its roundtables to keep up with new research in the making. The monthly meetings allow students to present on their work and to discuss their research techniques with more experienced colleagues. Noria supports young researchers in a constructive environment in order to train them in various research practices, such as field studies, structuring of scientific analyses, and publication in innovative formats. Ever since the launch of the roundtables, over fifty young researchers have presented their works at the events.

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THE LAST VENUES

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#67・June 14 2022, Laurent Glattli. The historical monument in post-colonial India: bureaucracy, nationalism and heritage conservation. 

#66・May 17 2022, Sophie Russo. Negotiating illegality in everyday life: an analysis of the consequences of an anti-encroachment operation in Karachi’s wholesale markets.

#65 ・March 14 2022,  Necati Mert Gumus. The uses of participatory devices at the local level in contemporary Turkey: a review of field research findings. 

# 61・6 July 2021, Prunelle Aymé. Governing women, governing with women in AKP Turkey. A study located in the city of Gaziantep.

#60・22 June 2021, Nouran Gad. What Arab political space in Istanbul?

# 57・February 23 2021, Léo Maillet. Investigating the social life of naan in China.

#46・19 February 2019, Cléa Pineau. Recomposing the political field under the AKP in Turkey.

#41・27 September 2018, Lola Guyot. Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora mobilizations: from insurgency support to the politics of exile.

#40・19 June 2018, Piero Tellerías. The practicality of fiction: the Kokoronokea Project (2014-2018).

#39・May 16 2018, Theotime Chabre. Internationalization in an unrecognized state: feedbacks from a fieldwork with universities in the “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.”

#28・June 14 2016, Lola Guyot. Diasporas as independent political actors: the Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora.

#37・8 February 2018, Parand Danesh. The martyropathic iconography of the Iran/Iraq war and its impact on the collective imagination of Iranian artists.

#36・January 4, 2018, Camille Boullenois. Entrepreneurship and social mobility in rural China since 1978.

#33・7 June 2017, Adrian Foucher. The local and regional effects of “hosting” Syrians in Turkey in the provinces of Gaziantep, Hatay, Izmir and Istanbul.

#31・ May 4 2017, Yohanan Benhaim. Turkish foreign policy towards the autonomous Kurdistan region of Iraq.

#23・December 17 2015, David Picherit. Wielding the tools and negotiating one’s position: labor and politics in South India.

#22・December 10 2015, Tony Rublon. Working on political history in an authoritarian context: the example of Turkey in 2015.

#21・October 6 2015, Gabrielle Angey. Fethullah Gülen’s Turkish movement in Africa.

#16・5 February 2015, Charlotte Thomas. Sociology of migration in India.

#4・5 July 2013, Yohanan Benhaim. The transformations of Turkish foreign policy in the Autonomous Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

#2・29 May 2013, Xavier Houdoy. The role of federated states in shaping Indian foreign policy towards China.

# 59 ・May 11 2021, Lora Laberere. Memorial practices of descendants originating from the South West of France in Argentina and Uruguay.

# 56 ・19 January 2021, Wilsot Louis.  Labor in Haiti’s free trade zones: between survival and meaning-making.  

#52・21 May 2019, Etienne Dignat. ‘Bringing the hostages home’: comparative Israel-Colombia perspectives.

#49・April 9 2019, Diana Cissé. Land grabbing and social mobilizations: a comparison of three localized peasant mobilizations in Germany, Senegal and Colombia.

#43・22 November 2018, Doris Buu-Sao. Indigenous people, entrepreneurs and workers (from her book project, Capitalism in the Village. Business, Indigenous, and the State in the Amazon)

#40・June 19 2018, Piero Tellerías. The practicality of fiction: the Kokoronokea Project (2014-2018).

#38・March 12 2018, Lucie Laplace. Managing forced migration in Latin America: a ‘progressive’ model of governance.

#32・May 24 2017, Adèle Blazquez. The constraints of ethnography (Mexico).

#26・April 21 2016, Lucie Laplace. Colombian refugee populations in Ecuador: words of women beneficiaries of aid programs.

#20・15 September 2015, Tomas Ayuso. Migration, militarization and criminal violence in Honduras.

#17・March 13 2015, Mathilde Allain. Mobilizations of Colombian peasant organizations for the defense of territories in the context of conflict

#15・January 15 2015, Adèle Blazquez. Investigative devices in Mexico. 

#14・December 3 2014, Pauline Blistène. Fictional representations in the post-9/11 U.S. counterterrorism.

#11・5 November 2014, Pauline Blistène. The filmatographic construction of the American myth.

#10・October 31 2014, Yoletty Bracho. Returning from the field in Venezuela, state-building from below.

#5・September 12 2013, Adele Blazquez. Violence in northern Mexico: the case of the Sinaloa maps.

#1・April 25 2013, Romain Le Cour Grandmaison.  Investigative devices in Mexico.

#65 ・March 14 2022, Necati Mert Gumus. The uses of participatory devices at the local level in contemporary Turkey: a review of field research findings. 

# 64・8 February 2022, Sixtine Deroure. The state and its martyrs in post-revolutionary Egypt. State of play of three years of doctoral research.

# 61・6 July 2021 Prunelle Aymé. Governing women, governing with women in AKP Turkey. Study located in the city of Gaziantep.

#60・22 June 2021, Nouran Gad. What Arab political space in Istanbul?

# 58 ・23 March 2021, Simon Mangon. In the name of an independent Arab journalism. Analyzing the making and receiving of French media aid in Tunisia and Jordan.

#55・January 7 2020, Clémence Vendryes. Burying Palestine: a mortuary terrain that tests the intimacy of its inhabitants.

#54・19 November 2019, Audrey Pluta. Investigating the police: a reflexive return to a field of inquiry with Tunisian police unions.

#52・21 May 2019, Etienne Dignat. ‘Bringing the hostages home’: comparative Israel-Colombia perspectives.

#51・May 14 2019, Karim Zakhour. Democratization and Uncertainty: Young Men in Interior Tunisia.

#48・March 26 2019, Floriane Soulié. Female activism during the Lebanese civil war (1975-1990): women’s commitments to the Lebanese Phalanges and Forces.

#42・October 18 2018, Camille Abescat. Decentralization in Jordan: the case of the municipality of Zarqa. 

#37・8 February 2018, Parand Danesh. The martyropathic iconography of the Iran/Iraq war and its impact on the collective imagination of Iranian artists.

#33・7 June 2017, Adrian Foucher. The local and regional effects of the “reception” of Syrians in Turkey in the provinces of Gaziantep, Hatay, Izmir and Istanbul.

#30・January 20 2017, Xavier Guignard. Investigating political elites: ethics, conduct and field techniques. A return from Palestinian experiences.

#19・21 May 2015, Pierre France. Did the Lebanese state disappear during the civil war?

#18・30 April 2015, Maai Youssef. Syrian migrants in Egypt.

#12・13 November 2014, Arthur Quesnay. The Iraqi crisis and the social sciences.

#8・21 November 2013, Arthur Quesnay. Transnational interference and regionalization of the North Iraqi conflict.

#4・July 5 2013, Yohanan Benhaim. The transformations of Turkish foreign policy in the Autonomous Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

#3・June 11 2013, Adam Baczko. The institutional impacts of the first peaceful popular movements in 2011 in Syria.

# 62 ・October 5 2021, Lucas Puygrenier. From the great confinement to putting exiles to work: Freedom and constraint on the paths of excarceration in Malta.

# 58 ・23 March 2021, Simon Mangon. In the name of independent Arab journalism. Analyzing the making and receiving of French media aid in Tunisia and Jordan.

#53・June 11, 2019, Wanda Spahl. Policies and practices pertaining to health needs of refugees in Vienna.

#49・April 9 2019, Diana Cissé. Land grabbing and social mobilizations: a comparison of three localized peasant mobilizations in Germany, Senegal and Colombia.

#47・February 26 2019, Anastasia Fomitchova.The ‘democratic transition’ under the test of neopatrimonial logics in Ukraine.

#45・January 22 2019, Adrien Nonjon. ‘National Body’: anthropology and social practices of sport within the Ukrainian far right.

#40・June 19 2018, Piero Tellerías. The practical meaning of fiction: the Kokoronokea Project (2014-2018).

#39・May 16 2018, Theotime Chabre. Internationalization in an unrecognized state: Feedbacks from a fieldwork with universities in the “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.”

#63・ November 24 2021, Neneck Allah-Kauis. State, Islam and “radicalizations” around Lake Chad: actors, issues and practices. 

#50・ April 23 2019, Axelle Djama. Doing everyday policing. Norms and practices of policing in Somaliland.

#49・April 9 2019, Diana Cissé. Land grabbing and social mobilizations: a comparison of three localized peasant mobilizations in Germany, Senegal and Colombia.

#44・December 18 2018, Léonard Colomba-Petteng. A sociological approach to European security sector reform missions in Mali and Niger.

#35・14 November 2017, Tanguy Quidelleur. The explosion of Koglweogo groups in Burkina Faso: structuring and rationalizing a self-defense movement in a context of rising violence.

#34・ October 17 2017, Kamina Diallo. Modalities of bureaucratization of Ivorian society in the post-conflict context.

#29・20 October 2016, Camille Popineau. Governing in civil war: sociology of rebel administration actors in the Ivorian North (2004-2011).

#27・May 24 2016, Cindy Morillas. Differentiating forms of control and violence: the case of the Cameroonian state vis-à-vis student movements.

#25・March 24 2016, Paul Grassin. The conditions for the emergence and enactment of social critique and protest in Malawi. 

#24・ February 23 2016, Giovanni Zanoletti. Political dissent and patterns of domination in Mali. 

#21・October 6 2015, Gabrielle Angey. The Turkish movement of Fethullah Gülen in Africa.

#13・30 November 2014, Claude Mbowou. Contestation of the state in the Lake Chad basin.

#9・20 October 2014, Claude Mbowou. The researcher’s clandestinity in the field: methodological reflections.

#7・11 November 2013, Denia Chebli. The genesis of the MNLA. 

#6・8 October 2013, Claude Mbowou. Security issues in the Lake Chad basin.