Archives par mot-clé : Sociology

Constance Perrin-Joly, new researcher at the CFEE

TERRAINS / FIELDWORKS

Engagement des entrepreneurs dans le développement de l’Ethiopie : De l’entreprise morale à l’entreprise de morale
Entrepreneurs’ commitment in Ethiopian development : From moral business to moral entreprise

BConstance Perrin-Joly

Constance Perrin-Joly, maîtresse de conférences à l’Université Paris 13 (IRIS), est sociologue du travail, spécialisée dans l’analyse des politiques d’entreprise qui répondent à des impératifs moraux. Elle combine l’étude des organisations avec une approche biographique sur les carrières professionnelles. Elle a rejoint le 1er septembre 2017 le Centre Français d’études éthiopiennes dans le cadre d’une délégation CNRS pour y mener une enquête sur l’engagement moral des entrepreneurs en Ethiopie.
Constance Perrin-Joly, lecturer at the University of Paris 13 (IRIS), is a sociologist of work, specializing in the analysis of corporate policies that respond to moral imperatives. She combines the study of organizations with a biographical approach on professional careers. On 1st September 2017, she has joined the French Center for Ethiopian Studies as part of a CNRS delegation to investigate the moral commitment of entrepreneurs in Ethiopia.

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CFEE JOINT SEMINAR: Researching spousal abuse perceptions and attitudes among Orthodox Täwahәdo believers and clergy in Aksum

CFEE Joint Seminar on Contemporary Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa (2017-2018)

With the Department of Sociology, Addis Ababa University

1st SessionResearching spousal abuse perceptions and attitudes among Orthodox Täwahәdo believers and clergy in Aksum

by Romina Istratii (PhD Candidate, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London)

Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 3.30 – 5 pm

Venue: Berhanou Abebe library, in CFEE new office (details below)

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CFEE Catalogue & New Publications

NOUVEAUTÉ / NEW

Le nouveau catalogue de nos publications disponibles au CFEE est en ligne sur : http://www.cfee.cnrs.fr/spip.php?article79&lang=fr

Retrouvez nos 84 publications disponibles au CFEE (Annales d’Ethiopie, Annales d’Ethiopie Hors Série, Bulletins de la Maison des études éthiopiennes, Ethiopian City Guides, etc.), ainsi que nos 44 publications en ligne.

The new catalogue of our publications available at the CFEE is on: http://www.cfee.cnrs.fr/spip.php?article80&lang=en

See our 84 publications available at CFEE (Annales d’Ethiopie, Annales d’Ethiopie Hors Série, Bulletins de la Maison des études éthiopiennes, Ethiopian City Guides, etc), as well as our 44 publications online.

 

Dont de nouvelles publications du CFEE accessibles en consultation gratuite sur OpenEdition Books / Including new CFEE publications accessible online on OpenEdition Books (free consultation)

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Journal of Eastern African Studies – Celebrating Ten Years (free access)

The Editors of Journal of Eastern African Studies present a selection of articles commemorating the 10th anniversary of the journal.

The articles chosen for this anniversary collection represent  the breadth of research published in the journal’s first decade, from political economy and conflict to trade networks and urban studies. They are on free access during  the time of this anniversary.

Among these papers, four concern Ethiopia (by Sabine Planel, Alemseged Abbay, Dereje Feyissa, David Turton).

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AAC/CFP: Urban citizenships in the Horn of Africa

APPEL À CONTRIBUTIONS / CALL FOR PAPERS

Annales d’Éthiopie, vol. 32 (2017)

Dossier thématique : Citadinités dans les villes de la Corne de l’Afrique / Special issue: Urban citizenships in cities of the Horn of Africa

Date limite de soumission des propositions d’article (résumés de 1000 caractères) : 15 mars 2017 / Deadline for abstract (1000 signs) submission: March 15th, 2017.

Coordinatrices du dossier / Guest editors for the special issue: Amina Said Chiré & Bezunesh Tamru

Voir les détails ci-dessous / See the details below.

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Seminar: The Right to the City from the Global South

Seminar of the Department of Sociology, Addis Ababa University, in partnership with the CFEE

 

Rethinking the Right to the City from the Global South

by

Dr. Marie Bridonneau, Political Geographer, Université Paris-Nanterre

Dr. Woldeab Teshome, Sociologist, Addis Ababa University

Ato  Bewunetu Zewude, Sociologist,  Wolaita Sodo University

Ato Dawit Gorems, Sociologist, Mekele University

 

Thursday, December 15, 2016, 1:30-5:00 pm

Venue: Room G-19, Sidist Kilo Campus, College of Social Sciences, Addis Ababa University, Sidist Kilo Campus

 

‘Rethinking the Right to the City from the Global South » is a research program that gathers 14 researchers working on 8 selected cities in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America, including Addis Ababa. The program aims at assessing the production of a right to the city « from the ground » in the Global South. It questions the capacity of urban dwellers to produce and to access the urban space through every day practices in cities that are highly affected by urban renewals and redevelopment projects. A common methodology based on a local and qualitative approach has been used to lead the fieldworks. In Addis Ababa, the researchers have focused their attention on life in peripheral condominiums.

Publication: Climatic and Environmental Challenges

PUBLICATION CFEE / CFEE PUBLICATION

CAC5 - ClimaticDavid Ambrosetti, Jean-Renaud Boisserie, Deresse Ayenachew, Thomas Guindeuil, eds., Climatic and Environmental Challenges: Learning from the Horn of Africa, Addis Ababa, CFEE/OpenEdition, 2016 [coll. « Corne de l’Afrique contemporaine, 5].

Cet ouvrage inédit est disponible gratuitement en ligne sur le portail OpenEdition Books du CFEE. / This new book is available for free on the website OpenEdition Books of the CFEE: http://books.openedition.org/cfee/101

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CFP: Gouverner par l’expulsion / Governing through deportation

APPEL À CONTRIBUTIONS / CALL FOR PAPERS

Journées d’études / Workshop

Gouverner par l’expulsion : perspectives historiques et anthropologiques sur les politiques de renvoi des étrangers / Governing through deportation: historical and anthropological perspectives on expulsion and migration policies

27 et 28 juin 2016 / June 27-28th, 2016 – École des hautes études en sciences sociales

Date limite de soumission des propositions de communications le 25 avril 2016. Voir les détails ci-dessous / Deadline for proposals: April 25th, 2016. See the details below.

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Gender dynamics in reproductive health in Ethiopia

SÉMINAIRE / SEMINAR

CFEE Seminar on Women and Gender in the Horn of Africa (2015-2016)

2ème séance / 2nd session: Gender dynamics in reproductive health in Ethiopia, par/by RAHWA MUSSIE & MULUMEBET ZENEBE

In partnership with the Center for Gender Studies and the History Department of Addis Ababa University.

ATTENTION: Séance reportée au mardi 22 décembre 2015 (14h-17h) et déplacée au CFEE / Session postponed to Tuesday December 22nd 2015 (2-5 PM) and moved to the French Centre for Ethiopian Studies.

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Conference: Migration and exile in the Horn of Africa

COLLOQUE / SYMPOSIUM

MigrationsOn November 17th and 18th 2015, the CFEE, the CEDEJ-Khartoum and the University of Khartoum have organised an international conference on Migration and Exile in the Horn of Africa: State of Knowledge and Current Debates.

 

See the program, the list of the partners and pictures of the event below.

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CFP: Making Heritage in Ethiopia / Faire le patrimoine en Ethiopie

APPEL A CONTRIBUTIONS / CALL FOR PAPERS

Les Annales d’Éthiopie, la revue scientifique du CFEE, lance un appel à contributions pour son numéro 31 (année 2016), sur le thème « Faire le patrimoine éthiopien ». Plus de détails ci-dessous.

Annales d’Éthiopie, the academic journal of CFEE, launches a call for papers for its issue 31 (2016). Topic: « Making heritage in Ethiopia ». Read more below.

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Report: The Jerusalem Workshop on East African Migrations in the Middle East

CONJONCTURE / CURRENT ISSUES

International Workshop, May 5, 2015 at the French Research Centre in Jerusalem: East African Migrations in the Middle East: A Reassessment

A report by Fesseha Berhe (Mekelle University/CFEE)

The International Workshop on ‘East African Migrations in the Middle East: A Reassessment’ organized by the French Research Centre in Jerusalem (CRFJ) and co-sponsored by the French Centre for Ethiopian Studies (CFEE) was held in Jerusalem on May 5, 2015 (read the program on CRFJ website: http://www.crfj.org/?p=3773). The aim of the workshop was to create a forum for policy makers and scholars (both advanced and young scholars) to discuss on the new trends in the existing research on migration and to offer new, interdisciplinary and trans-global research paradigms. In the workshop, papers focused on East African migrations in the Middle East were presented by scholars coming from France, Israel and Ethiopia and from a wide range of disciplines in the field of social sciences and humanities.

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International Conference: East-African Athletics and Social Sciences

COLLOQUE / SYMPOSIUM

En coopération avec l’IRD (Institut de recherche pour le développement) et le laboratoire URMIS, le département des sciences du sport de l’Université d’Addis-Abeba organise un colloque scientifique international intitulé East-African Athletics & Social Sciences, du 29 juin au 1er juillet 2015. Le CFEE est partenaire de cet évènement.

In cooperation with IRD (Institut de recherche pour le développement) and URMIS, the Addis Ababa University Department of Sport Sciences organises an international scientific conference on East-African Athletics & Social Sciences, from June 29th to July 1st 2015. The French Centre for Ethiopian Studies supports this event.

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Plus d’information sur le site de la conférence / Read more on the conference website : http://africanrunners.sciencesconf.org/program

Coffee and the cadastre

SÉMINAIRE/ SEMINAR

CFEE Seminar on Contemporary Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa (2014-2015)

10e séance / 10th session : Coffee and the cadastre: historical roots and latest developments of the Goderé conflicts, par / by Mehdi LABZAÉ

Lundi 8 juin 2015 (14h) / Monday, June 8th 2015 (2:00 pm). Lieu / Venue : Bibliothèque d’études éthiopiennes Berhanou Abebe (CFEE) / Berhanou Abebe Library of Ethiopian Studies (CFEE).

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Cultures est-africaines de l’athlétisme / East African cultures of athletics

TERRAINS / FIELDWORKS

East-African Runners: Socially-Constructed Sport Abilities and Migration Networks

Par / by Benoit Gaudin

Les études scientifiques sur les coureurs de fond africains s’inscrivent, en règle générale, dans la continuité de la longue tradition de recherches menées sur les populations « noires » depuis plusieurs siècles, aux États-Unis et en Europe principalement. « En quoi ‘ces gens-là’ sont-ils différents de ‘nous ‘ ? » se demandent en substance des générations de chercheurs en sciences de la vie, tour à tour en médecine, en phrénologie, anatomie, physiologie et plus récemment en génétique. Las, aucune de ces recherches n’a découvert le moindre indice d’une différence plus fondamentale que la pigmentation de l’épiderme pour caractériser l’ensemble de cette population. Mais ce courant de recherche ne s’essouffle pas pour autant, tant la croyance en une altérité biologique de cette population est forte.

Scientific studies on East-African distance runners usually follow the long tradition of research on ’Black’ populations, stating in essence that ‘these people are different from us‘. Generations of researchers have been founding their works on this undeclared and often unconscious premise, successively in medicine, phrenology, anatomy, physiology and more recently in genetics. And although very few of them would admit it publicly, none of these research works has ever found any evidence of a more fundamental difference than the pigmentation of the skin to characterize these populations from others. Yet this paradigm is still in force, based on the deeply-rooted belief of a biological otherness of ‘Black’ populations.

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