Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales

Groupe de sociologie politique et morale

Articles & chapters

Catherine Alès

  • ALES, C., 2008, « On Cannibalism. Yanomami Warfare, Temporality and Production of Life », in S. Beckerman & P. Valentine (eds.), Revenge in the Cultures of Lowlands South America, University Press of Florida, 60-78.

  • ALES, C., Watts, L. K., Shapiro, W., 2009a, « Discussion of ‘A. L. Kroeber and the new Kinship Studies’ », in Anthropological Forum 19 (1): 21-31.

  • ALÈS, C., 2002, « A Story of Unspontaneous Generation, Yanomami Male Co-Procreation and the Theory of Substances », in Beckerman, S., Valentine, P., (dir.), Cultures of Multiple Fathers : The Theory and Practice of Partible Paternity in Lowland South America. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, 62-85.  

  • ALES, C., 2002b "Indigenous Peoples and The Right for Knowledge. Experience of Pluriculturalism in Venezuelan Amazon", in Indigenous Knowledge, Health and Right in Amazonia, ANALES N°5, University of Göteborg : 193-223.

Luc Boltanski

  • BOLTANSKI, L., « Domination Revisited. From the French Critical Sociology of the 1970s to Present-day Pragmatic Sociology », Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal of the New School for Social Research, Vol. 29, n° 1, 2008, pp. 27-70.

  • BOLTANSKI, L., CHIAPELLO, E., « The role of criticism in the dynamics of capitalism », in Miller, M. (dir.), Worlds of capitalism : institutions, economics. Performance and Governance in the Era of Globalisation, London, Routledge Economics.

  • BOLTANSKI, L., 2002, « The Left after May 1968 and the Longing for Total Revolution », Thesis Eleven, n°69, 1-20.

  • BOLTANSKI, L., 2002, « The Left after May 1968 and the Longing for Total Revolution », Thesis Eleven, 69, 1-20.

  • BOLTANSKI, L., 2000, "The Legitimacy of Humanitarian Actions and their Media Representation : the Case of France", Ethical Perspectives, 2000, vol.7, n° 1, pp. 3-16.

  • BOLTANSKI, L., THEVENOT, L., 2000 "The Reality of Moral Expectations: a Sociology of Situated Judgement", Philosophical Explorations, vol. III, Nr. 3, 2000, pp. 208-231.

  • BOLTANSKI, L.,  THEVENOT, L., “The Sociology of Critical Capacity”, European Journal of Social Theory, vol. 2, n° 3, august 1999, pp. 359-378.

  • BOLTANSKI, L., “Endless Disputes. From Intimate Injuries to Public Denunciations”, Working papers in networks and interpretation, Cornell University, Dpt of Sociology, n° 96-2, 1996.

  • BOLTANSKI, L., THEVENOT, L., : "Finding one's Way in Social Space : a study based on games", Information sur les Sciences Sociales, XXII, 4-5, pp. 631-680, 1983.

  • BOLTANSKI, L., "Visions of American Management in post-War France", Theory and Society, 12, 1983, pp. 375-403 (reproduit dans, S. Zukin, P. DiMaggio eds., Structures of Capital. The Social Organization of Economy, Cambridge UP, 1990, pp.343-372).

Laura Centemeri

  • CENTEMERI L. (with Lavinia Bifulco), 2008, « Governance and Participation in Local Welfare. The Case of the Italian Piani di Zona (Area Plans) », Social Policy and Administration, Vol. 42, No. 3, pp. 211–227.

  • Laura Centemeri, 2010, « The Seveso disaster’s legacy », in Armiero M. and Hall M. (éds.), Nature and History in Modern Italy. Ohio University Press & Swallow Press, Athens (OH), pp. 251-273.

Eve Chiapello

Jean-Louis Derouet

  • DEROUET J-L, 2007, « Extending the Schooling Period or Recommending Lifelong Training ? The Place of Higher Education at a Time of Revamped Conceptions of Justice and State Forms in France » European Education. Journal of Issues and Studies volume 39, Issue 4.

  • DEROUET J-L (with Romuald Normand), 2008, « French universities at a crossroads between crisis and radical reform. Towards a new academic regime ? », European Education. Journal of Issues and Studies, Volume 40, Issues 1 & 2.

Alain Desrosières

Emmanuel Didier

Alain Desrosières

  • DESROSIERES, A., 2001, « How Real Are Statistics ? Four Possible Attitudes », Social Research, vol. 68, 2, 339-355.

  • DESROSIERES, A., 2007, "Words and Numbers : For a sociology of the statistical argument",  Paper for the workshop :  "For whom the Bell Curves ? Statistics as a boundary  object between science and the State",  Trondheim,  May 2007.

  • DESROSIERES, A., 2007, "Comparing the Incomparable : the Sociology of Statistics", in : T.  Martin (ed) : Augustin Cournot : Modelling Economics,   Edward Elgar, pp. 116-143. 

  • DESROSIERES, A., 2008, « Commensuration and probabilism : two kinds of controversies about statistics (1850-1940) », in Stamhuis I.H., Klep K.M.M., van Maarseven J.S.C.J. (eds): The Statistical Mind in Modern Society :The Netherlands 1850-1940, Vol II, Statistics and Scientific Work,  Aksant, Amsterdam, pp. 311-321.

  • DESROSIERES, A., 2009, « Statistics and governmentality : an historical approach », Sixth Lee Lecture, All Souls College, Oxford, 3 march 2009.

Anna Fedele

  • FEDELE, A., 2009, “From Christian to Feminist Spirituality. Mary Magdalene pilgrimages to la Sainte-Baume, France”, Culture and Religion, Vol.10, Issue 3, p. 243-261.

Fréderic Keck

Claudette Lafaye

Romuald Normand

  • NORMAND, R., 2008, “School effectiveness or the world as a laboratory”, British Journal of Sociology of education, Vol 29, n°6.

  • NORMAND,R., 2010, « Expertise, Networks and tools of government:the fabrication of European policy in Education” in European Educational Journal, 9 (3), pp 408-423.

Albert Piette

  • PIETTE A., 2010 « The visual Traces of an ethnographic Investigation or How Do People Present Themselves in a Concrete Situation?” Visual Anthropology, Vol. 23, 3, 2010, pp.186-199.

  • PIETTE, A., 2003a, « Religious Behaviour and Ordinary Activity », Social Compass, 50 (3), 361-365

Laurent Thévenot

  • THEVENOT, L., 2007, « A science of life together in the world », European Journal of Social Theory, vol 10, n° 2.

  • THEVENOT, L., 2007, « The plurality of cognitive formats and engagements : moving between the familiar and the public », European Journal of Social Theory, vol 10, n° 3.

  • THEVENOT, L., 2006, « Convention school », in Beckert, J., Zafirovski, M. (dir.), International Encyclopedia of Economic Sociology, London, Routledge. 111-115.

  • THEVENOT, L., 2006, « Laurent Thévenot answers ten questions about economic sociology », Economic Sociology, 8(1), 36-40.

  • THEVENOT, L., Eymard-Duvernay, F., Favereau, O., Orléan, A., Salais, R., 2005, «Values, Coordination and Rationality : The Economics of Conventions », in Oleinik, Anton (ed.), The Institutional Economics of Russia’s Transformations, Aldershot (UK), Ashgate.

  • THEVENOT, L., 2005, « The Two Bodies of May '68 : In Common, in Person », in Sica, A., Turner, S. (eds.), The Disobedient Generation : '68ers and the Transformation of Social Theory, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 252-271

  • THEVENOT L., 2004, « The French Convention School and the Coordination of Economic Action », (interviewed by Søren Jagd),  Economic Sociology, vol. 5, n° 3, 10-16.

  • THÉVENOT, L., 2002, « Conventions of co-ordination and the framing of uncertainty », in Fullbrook, E. (ed.), Intersubjectivity in Economics, London, Routledge, 181-197.

  • THÉVENOT, L., 2002, « Which road to follow ? the moral complexity of an ‘equipped’ humanity », in Law, J., Mol, A-M. (eds), Complexities : Social Studies of Knowledge Practices, Durham and London, Duke University Press, 53-87.

  • THÉVENOT, L., 2001, « Pragmatic regimes governing the engagement with the world », in Knorr-Cetina, K., Schatzki, T. Savigny Eike, V. (eds.), The Practice Turn in Contemporary Theory, London, Routledge, 56-73.

  • THÉVENOT, L., 2001, « Justifying critical differences : Which Concepts of Value Are Sustainable in an Expanded Coordination? », in Kwok, S-T., Chan, S-W., Culture and Humanity in the New Millennium : The Future of Human Values, Hong-Kong, Hong-Kong University Press, 45-65.

  • THEVENOT, L., 2001, « Organized complexity:conventions of coordination and the composition of economic arrangements », European Journal of Social Theory, vol.4, n°4, 405-425.

  • THÉVENOT, L., 1995, « New trends in french social sciences », Culture, vol.9, n°2, 1-7.

  • THÉVENOT, L., 1984, « Rules and implements; investment in forms », Social Science Information, n°23, 1-45.

Tommaso Vitale

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