The CIREC aims to provide a unifying framework for individual and collective initiatives which are multiplying in the field of research-creation in the social sciences. It works to widely disseminate this type of research and thus to create bridges between science, culture and society.
Conceived as a collective space conducive to exchanges (je crois que ce n’est pas le mot mais je trouve pas mieux) dialogue?, debates and the production of common knowledge, the CIREC intends to develop through the reception je crois vraiment que c’est ça and organization of conferences, seminars, workshops, exhibitions and film screenings.
June 10, 2022
At the Mucem in Marseille
Application deadline: May 10
The Focus (Alternative Writing Fair in the Social Sciences) is hosting the Cirec research-creation workshop this year. This workshop offers researchers and doctoral students the opportunity to present an ongoing project to discuss with members of Cirec, researchers who practice research-creation.
The proposed projects should draw on both the resources of the social sciences and artistic practices in order to question the social world through the prism of a cross-disciplinary approach in art and social sciences.
invited by FOCUS, the Salon of Alternative Writing in the Social Sciences
Call for proposals from Magali Uhl
with the Canadian Sociological Society
“Narratives of the Disappearance in Anthropocene/Narratives of the Disappearance in Anthropocene”
Annual meeting of the Federation for the Social Sciences and Humanities of Canada
which will be held virtually from May 16 to 20, 2022
The call for proposals is open until January 31
Communication proposals can be made in French and English.
The research workshop "Images of the margins"
invites you to attend its next session
Thursday, December 16 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Session title: Disability on French-speaking Swiss Television. Corpus construction and methodological discussions
With Anne Marcellini and Justine Scheidegger
Zoom link: https://unil.zoom.us/j/95021374074
Autumn days of research-creation on social worlds
theOctober 22 and 23 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Video recordings and films of the days are online
Magali Uhl, co-curator of the exhibition
The UQAM Design Center presents the exhibition TOTAL SCREEN which welcomes for the first time in Canada the photographs of the philosopher Jean Baudrillard, placed in dialogue with the works of Adam Basanta, Charlie Doyon, Clint Enns, Mishka Henner & Vaseem Bhatti, Penelope Umbrico and Xuan Ye. The omnipresence of screens in our societies and our daily lives is questioned in order to reveal the topicality and the critical, even subversive, potential of the philosopher's thought, used and diverted by several generations of artists and designers of the international scene.
International Visual Sociology Association
The IVSA is pleased to administer both the Rieger Award Program for outstanding work by graduate students in visual sociology and a newly
established Prosser Award Program for outstanding work by beginning
scholars in visual methodologies.
Visit the IVSA dedicated page: https://visualsociology.org/?page_id=819