The news feed of Geographie-cités
M/W – The CNRS recruits a PhD student in geography
The PhD candidate will investigate the link between zoonotic diseases and urbanization in India and Thailand.
Biogeochemical Cycles and Agricultural Recycling of Urban Organic Waste (Paris, 1940s–1990s)
A presentation of Étienne Dufour, invited by The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society.
Thesis defense: Achille Warnant
Achille Warnant will defend his doctoral thesis in geography on June 2 at 2pm on the Condorcet campus.
Intersectional approach of everyday geography
A new paper (from Mobiliscope data) published in journal "Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science".
Library of the Universal Esperanto Association in Rotterdam transferred to the National Library
The ceremony will take place at the National Library in Warsaw on May 29 and will be followed by a seminar on the importance of Esperanto and the Hector Hodler collection.
Sustainability science framings and practices in Europe
Future Earth Autumn School 2023 will take place from 16 to 20 October at Aussois (France).
The new national museum of the history of immigration
The National Museum of the History of Immigration features a more evolutionary learning-centred approach and integrates recent research on immigration in France.
Solidarity beyond the longest border
Danièle Bélanger will present "Solidarity beyond the longest border" on May 24 at the Condorcet campus.
Round the World Seminar
Explore issues related to individual mobilities that explicitly take the global space as a reference: June 1, at the Condorcet campus.
ARCS, network analysis journal in human and social sciences
The publication of this journal is part of the policy implemented by Géographie-cités to support and develop open science.
Municipal socialism and the impact of urban decay
This article proposes to examine the evolution of the local political field of Nevers (1971–2020) in the light of the social, economic, and demographic transformations of the territory.
Memories of Les Tartres
This short film, produced by Géographie-cinés, presents the oscillations of the wastelands in the northern suburbs of Paris.
Choreographing the earth
Belonging and expressive ways of inhabiting it: Jean-Marc BESSE will speak at the "Night of Geography 2023", on April 14, in Ferrara (Italy).
Embodied geopolitics and negotiations of belongings from Turkey to Athens after 2016
How historical and political relations between Greece and Turkey ‘haunt’ the lives of Turkish citizens who came to live in Athens after 2016.
Athanasios Gekas, Guest researcher
Discover the teaching program of Anthanasios Gekas, guest professor at EHESS by Camille Schmoll in April.
Thesis defense: Gábor Oláh
Gábor Oláh will present his doctoral dissertation in urban studies on March 31 at 2 pm.
Everyday geographies, neighbourhood effects and urban segregation – Lunch seminar at TU Delft
On 30 March, with speaker Julie Vallée for the lunch seminar at the TU Delft (Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment).
Sous le Pavé, la plage
Screening/Debate on March 22 at 5pm at the Humathèque on the Condorcet campus.
Thesis defense : Natacha Rollinde
Natacha Rollinde will defend her thesis on March 20th at 2pm at the Auditorium of the Humathèque, Condorcet campus.
French Geography Through the Lens of Interdisciplinary, and Through Time
Monday, the 17th of april : online talk of Marie-Vic Ozouf and Nicolas Verdier, in the framework of EHESS Spring talks.
Urban History Lectures – Rosemary Wakeman (Fordham University)
March 10, 13 and 16 at the Condorcet campus.
Sabine Barles awarded the CNRS silver medal
Sabine Barles has been awarded the CNRS Silver Medal 2023 for her work on the interactions between cities and their environment.
The words of Thérèse Saint-Julien
An afternoon of tribute to the French geographer, on March 24, at the Condorcet Campus.
Doctoral Days – Call for papers
Critical Perspectives on Development - Resilience (October 18-20, 2023). Submission of proposals by April 1, 2023.