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Année universitaire 2015 | 2016

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Conférence de Christopher Wlezien

Christopher Wlezien inrerviendra sur le sujet CThe ‘Timeline’ Method of Studying Electoral Dynamics

Abstract : To study the evolution of electoral preferences, Erikson and Wlezien (2012) assess the correspondence between pre-election polls and the vote in a set of US elections.  That is, they treat poll data not as a set of time series but as a series of cross-sections—across elections—for each day of the election cycle.  This “timeline” method does not provide complete information, but does reveal general patterns of electoral dynamics, and has been applied to elections in numerous countries. The application of the method involves a number of decisions that have not been fully addressed in previous research, however.  There are three primary issues: (1) how best to assess the evolution of preferences; (2) how to deal with missing data; and (3) the consequences of sampling error.  This paper considers each of these issues and provides answers.  In the end, the analyses suggest that simpler approaches are better.  It also may be that a more general modeling strategy is possible, in which scholars could explicitly model the variation in poll-vote error across countries, elections, parties and time.  We consider that direction for future research in the concluding section. 

FOURTH GRADUATE CONFERENCE POLITICAL THEORY 21-22 june 2016

Organizers
Ygaël Attali, Aliénor Ballangé, Amélie Bescont, Charleyne Biondi, David Copello, emilien Fargues, Victor Fontaine, Anne Guillard, Margaux Le Donné, Capucine Truong
Catherine Xhardez


Keynote Speaker
Chantal Mouffe (University of Westminster)

Détails du programme [PDF - 807.1 K.o.]

SOMI Conference Securitization of Migrant Integration/Patterns of Mobilization 13 -14 june 2016

The goal of the Securitization of Migrant Integration (SOMI) project is to examine the effects of securitization on migrant perceptions of discrimination - and their subsequent responses in terms of conventional and unconventional political mobilization. Securitization relates to a broad array of measures, ranging from restrictive border controls to neo-assimilationist policies of integration, that commonly construe immigrants and their descendants as potential threats to safety, social cohesion or national identity. These policies have generally elicited negative reactions among migrant communities. Yet many studies treat migrants as passive in the face of such measures. The evidence, however, reveals that they are not. While some groups choose to remain passive, others respond – in a variety of ways. Based on that simple insight, the members of the SOMI project team have attempted to piece together both a description of the ways that different groups react and why they respond the ways that they do.

Attempting to study this dynamic process raises several specific questions that participants to this SOMI conference have attempted to address. What are the levels of acceptance of these policies among targeted migrant communities? What is the impact of perceived discrimination on group identity and religiosity in these communities? And to what extent have discriminatory measures fostered alienation and resentment, stimulating various types of mobilization and possibly even violent protest?

Nada Afiouni, Normandie Université/Le Havre
Ariane Chebel d’Appolonia, Rutgers University &Sciences Po/CEVIPOF
Manlio Cinalli, Sciences Po/CEVIPOF
James Cohen, Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle Paris III
Dan DeHanas, King’s College
Romain Garbaye, Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle Paris III
Virginie Guiraudon, Sciences Po/CEE
Patrick Ireland, Illinois Institute of Technology
Vincent Latour, Université Toulouse II Jean Jean Jaurès
Rahsaan Maxwell, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Tariq Modood, University of Bristol
Karina Moreno-Saldivar, Long Island Univeristy Brooklyn
Gabe Mythen, Universityt of Liverpool
Juris Pupcenoks, Marist College
Catherine Puzzo, Univeristé Toulouse II Jean Jaurès
Simon Reich, Rutgers University
Martin Schain, New York University
Abdulkader Sinno, Indiana University
Paul Thomas, University of Huddersfield
Donia Touirhi-Mebarek, Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle Paris III
Thomas Volk, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

Détails du programme [PDF - 697.6 K.o.]

The Left and Nationalism in Europe

Détails du programme [PDF - 475.0 K.o.]

Stem Cells in Translation: the Governance of Clinical Promise in Regenerative Medicine

Organized by EUceLEX WP6: Alessandro Blasimme (Inserm U1027, Tououse 3, & University of Zurich, Switzerland) Adeline Néron (EHESS-IFRIS), Switzerland), Virginie Tournay, Sciences Po/CEVIPOF/CNRS)

Over the last two decades, stem cell biology has grown into one of the most prominent and rapidly expanding areas of science. In the meantime, lightning progress in our scientific understanding of stem cell biology created a widespread expectation to harness its therapeutic potential.

Interestingly, the clinical promise of stem cells has taken shape in a complex landscape of – often conflicting – representations about their biological properties, their clinical translation, their legal status, their regulation, commercialization and provision to the public. In such a context, existing governance frameworks for the use of human bodily elements (such as organs and stored tissue) proved insufficient to contain the medical and commercial promise of stem cell-based regenerative medicine.

The workshop will provide a valuable opportunity for international scholars of different disciplinary backgrounds to connect and engage in fruitful discussions concerning both the specificities of stem cell translational policy and broader trends in the governance of clinical translation in biomedicine.

With the participation of :

Eric AARDEN, university of Vienna, Austria
Alessandro Blasimme,INSERM & University of Zurich, Switzerland
Annick Bureaud,  observatoire OLATS, France
Sarah Coy, HeLEX, University of Oxford, UK
Alex Faulkner, University of Sussex, UK
John Gardner, University of York, UK
Céline Granjou, IRSTEA, France
Milla Hurme, University of Vienna, Austria
Lucie Laplane, IHPST-CNRS, France
Aurélie Mahalatchimy University of Sussex, UK
Luca Marelli, IEO, University of Milan, Italy
Noémie Merleau-Ponty, EHESS, France
Michael Morrison, HeLEX, University of Oxford, UK
Adeline Néron, EHESS-IFRIS, France
Michel Pucéat, INSERM, France
Virginie Tournay, Sciences Po/CEVIPOF, France
Andrew Webster, University of York, UK


Détails du programme [PDF - 916.6 K.o.]

Post-nationalism & Deliberation Confronting Theories & Practices to Migration & Islam in Europe & around the Mediterranean

Conférence co-organisée par le CEVIPOF & le CERI

Bruno Cautrès, Sciences Po/CEVIPOF
Manlio Cinalli, Sciences Po/CEVIPOF,
Natalie Deckard, Emory University
Marion Deville, université de Genève

Alain Dieckhoff, Sciences Po/CERI                                                                  Patrick English, University of Manchester

Emilien Fargues, Sciences Po/CEVIPOFDavid Jacobson, University of South Florida
Thibaud Jaulin, Sciences Po/CERI
Hamzi Khateb, Sciences Po/CEVIPOF
Hélène Le Bail, Sciences Po/CERI
Bernard Reber, Sciences Po/CEVIPOF
Hélène Thiollet, sciences Po/CERI
Steven Van Hauwaert, Université catholique                                                     
de Louvain

CAMPAIGNING AND VOTING IN EUROPE:NEW CHALLENGES, NEW PERSPECTIVE 14-16 december 2015

Conference co-organized by Sciences Po/CEVIPOF, université de Paris II, The University of Sheffield, The Universisty of Manchester , Bournemouth University, and Audencia Nantes.

The conference seeks to contribute understanding to some of the bigger questions facing the discipline. For example: how election campaigns have changed in styles, strategies, tools and with what impacts on voter engagement? Is big data changing the conduct of campaigns and the study of voting behaviour? Are voters becoming less predictable, more changeable and so more open to persuasion? What factors are shaping election outcomes in the digital age, and to what extent?

 

Détails du programme [PDF - 1.6 M.o.]

HANNAH ARENDT FORTY YEARS LATER

Colloque co-organisé par le CEVIPOF, Goethe Institut et l’Ecole doctorale de Sciences Po

Détails du programme [PDF - 1.7 M.o.]

Disobey! Understanding the Politics and Ethics of Disobedience

IPSA / SciencesPo Joint Conference.

with Keanote Speakers KIMBERLEY BROWNLEE ,(WARWICK) & FRÉDÉRIC GROS
(SCIENCESPO)

 

Détails du programme [PDF - 561.6 K.o.]

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