Query : liberté académique
- CURBATOV, Oleg2
- Ian Milligan2
- Lits, Marc2
- Moriceau, Jean-Luc2
- Nick Ruest2
- Perrot, Sandrine2
- Adams, Roy J.1
- Anna St Onge1
- Anna St.Onge1
- Axelrod, Paul1
- Benghozi, Pierre-Jean1
- Blanchier, Raphaël1
- Bystritskaya, Alina1
- Cadet, Isabelle1
- Duplan, Karine1
- Erin Patterson1
- Fave-Bonnet, Marie-Françoise1
- Ferey, Samuel1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences7
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology5
- Gender Studies3
- Communication Sciences3
- Cultural Heritage and Museology2
- Musicology and Performing Arts2
- Political Science2
- Biological Anthropology1
- Architecture and Space Management1
- Art and Art History1
- Methods and Statistics1
The managerial logic of the societal responsibility of the researcher teacher at a school of management
The normative foundations of corporate social responsibility (CSR), transposed to the research teacher in management sciences, are interpellent because of the many paradoxes they raise. This article, which is interdisciplinary by law and management, seeks to ascertain what recovery of liability, and...
The risks of a profession: being a researcher in 2021
Research institutions are changing and our profession is also changing, as it is swept by different currents and social demands. Over the last twenty years, access to the ground and research funding have been subject to new and problematic schemes. The question of risk and civil liability of the ins...
In Speechless Ecstasy. Expression and Interpretation of Mystical Experience in Classical Syriac and Sufi Literature. Helsinki, Finnish Oriental Society, 2003, 341 p. (Studia Orientalia, 98)
comparative studies of religions are quite rare and often contested. This required a threefold jurisdiction: knowledge of Syriac and Eastern Christianity, knowledge of Arabic and tradition, and mastery of different approaches in religious science. A., not from an academic background, provides us wit...
The Antinomies of Academic Freedom : Reason, Trans Rights, and Constituent Power
This article challenges the dominant conception of academic freedom by critiquing the liberal philosophy that underpins it. The article uses recent issues around trans rights in both public and academic librarianship to show how the dominant liberal conception of academic freedom supports transphobi...
Conflict of missions and conflicts of values: the academic profession under tension
Academics have seen a significant change in their profession in recent decades. Their tasks were extended by the 1984 Law; their teaching tasks have increased due to the increase in the number of students; they had to adapt to the very rapid changes in research and to participate in increasingly div...
L'évaluation des enseignants : une intervention dans la concertation "refondation" de l'école
<![CDATA[Je participe depuis juillet au processus de concertation engagé par le gouvernement sous l'intitulé "Refondons l'école de la République", au titre des personnalités qualifiées. En fait, le coeur de cible de la concertation est l'ensemble des représentants du monde éducatif : organisations r...
Science in exile, Pascale Laborier, Pierre-Jérôme Adjedj, 20 June 2020
On the occasion of World Refugee Day on 20 June 2020, Pascale Laborier (researcher) and Pierre-Jérôme Adjedj (photographer) produced Science in exile, a 8-minute film for Refugee Day 2020, based on photos and sound testimonies from some researchers who participated in the RESTRICA project. They refe...
Academic freedom and independence of research; what media presence for the excluded? The scene: a narrative and media concept
The history of art, the School of Fine Arts and the College of France around 1900
Three years after having been elected at the Chair of Esthetic and History of Art, Bonaparte, at the School of Fine Arts, Taine published in the Journal of Debts a parabole narrative, giving his image of the institution, its usefulness in the training of artists and, incidentally, the role a profess...
Our madness of the day
CNRS 3, FNEGE 2, HCERES A International audience Tell us what has happened 'at right'? I am interrogated by two specialists. They ask for a certain type of day: genral laws, a form of narrative. Yet what is this kind of knowledge that demands such a day, what can we think about our madness of the da...
Colloque - Academic Freedom Under Threat: Roots, Responsibilities, Reactions (ULB, 10-11 déc. 2018)
information and programme what is academic freedom and what are the attacks on it? As the foundation of intellectual life in universities and in society, which is essential for high-quality research and teaching, academic freedom is caught by more or less explicit, more or less targeted threats in v...
An epistemological analysis of the expertise in Wikipedia
National audience; Two main characteristics of Wikipedia can be identified to explain its success and specificity. The first is his freedom of modification and access. The second is the bottom-up and egalitarian organisational system where the articles no longer come from experts selected and then d...
Public space: what recognition for women?
thoughts on the public space, its uses and its approaches to gender have been gaining considerable momentum in the academic world for 20 years. They are also at the heart of the political and media debate. The question of the place of everyone in the multiple expression of their genders remains subj...
Academic freedoms as vectors of higher education and peace
Chapter published in the collective book: Dynamic and critical perspectives of university governance, coordinated by: Michel GAY, Professor of Universities in Management Sciences, Jean Moulin Lyon University 3, Secretary General of the International Association of University Professors and Lecturers...
Tell us what has happened ‘at right’?I am interrogated by two specialists. They ask for a certain type of day: general laws, a form of narrative. Yet what is this kind of knowledge that demands such a day, what can we think about our madness of the day?
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The transformation of the East German academic system in the wake of the unexpected collapse of communism in autumn 1989 can be roughly divided into three stages: in a “romantic” phase during the last year of the GDR, academic freedom and free access to university were re-established. In a second ph...
Rachmaninov's works on Pushkin's texts
The research work presented in our dissertation, Rachmaninov's works on Pushkin's texts, is based on a large literary corpus. It isa matter of understanding how musical transposition of literary works occurs. The guiding thread of the dissertation is basically thefruitful dialogue between the text a...
The Work of the Trade Union Field Officer
This exploratory survey aims at presenting some of the characteristics of full-time union field officers.
Chère Fariba, Cher Roland, On vous impose la tourmente, douloureusement, injustement. Vos qualités de chercheurs sont indignement invoquées pour vous imposer la séquestration. Trente ans d'amitié et de collaboration académique me font ressentir d'autant plus ce que vous endurez. Tenez bon. Nous atte...
WHAT INTEGRITY MODELS FOR DOCTORAL SCHOOLS?
the counterpart of academic freedom and scientific autonomy is personal and collective responsibility. This responsibility must be based on contractual grounds in the light of knowledge objectives. Ensuring scientific integrity therefore requires institutionalisation of integrity practices, rather t...
Motion of Section 36 of the CNRS for suspension of academic cooperation, 21 February 2020
Two colleagues from the CNRS, Fariba Adelkhah, Research Director at Sciences Po and Roland Marchal, Research Fellow at the CNRS, members of the International Research Centre (CERI) of Sciences Po and the CNRS, were arrested in June 2019 in Iran. These two researchers have since been remanded arbitra...
Developing Capitalism and Academic Culture at a Canadian Law School
this paper Considers the influence of academic restructuring associating with neo-liberal Postsecondary policies on the culture of law schools and legal scholarship in Canada. It empirical data from a case study of the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia. This paper analyses the imp...
(Re) create the world in ‘ibBurning Man’/ib. Game, donation and ritual creativity
Following Roberte Hamayon’s Jouer, this article mobilises the theory of donation and playing theory to analyse the case of the Burning Man festival from an ethnographic survey. After a brief presentation of both theories, the article focuses on describing this event, which plays an important role in...
Let’s save academic freedom: Fariba Adelkhah, an essential voice
Corinne Bonnet. Historian. Students at the University of Toulouse — Jean Jaurès Claire Judde de Larivière. Historian. Lecturer at the University of Toulouse — Jean Jaurès Mathieu Grenet. Historian. Researcher teacher at the Champollion National University Institute. This text was initially published...