Semester 1

  • Methodology seminar

12 sessions of 2 hours (doubling possible)

The objective of this common core seminar is to teach students to formulate a research problem, create a bibliography, citations, references, follow working standards, present a thesis and use ICT.

  • Seminar “Imaginaries and biopolitical issues: intersectionality”

8 sessions of 3 hours

The main goal of this common core seminar is not only to return to the genealogy of intersectionality but also to get into the way in which international and disciplinary movements modify its meaning and issues.

The concept will be studied in an interdisciplinary way (sociology, literature, law, history, etc.) and with the variety of territorial anchor strategies.

5 sessions of 7 hours

Intensive SeDyL seminar will take place from September 2 to 8, 2021. This seminar is recommended for Master degree students (but will be open to doctoral students). It aims to offer a global view on study, tools and methodological frameworks of sociolinguistics to deal with issues of multi- or plurilingualism. This seminar is organized by the SeDyL laboratory (CNRS UMR8202, INALCO, IRD UMR135) and will involve French and international specialists.

  • Seminar on axis 1 “The State and public language policy”

11 sessions of 3 hours

This axis makes it possible to understand language policy through the legal and institutional prism. It gives students the opportunity to access a new approach to the study of institutions, such as the state, or organizations, such as international organizations, centered on the Francophonie, multilingualism and plurilingualism.

This seminar is destined to students studying Law, Political science and Political communication. Students studying Letters, Philosophy and History can also choose this axis if they are interested in institutions and organizations. They will have opportunity to access legal and political knowledge.

  • Seminar on axis 2 “Cultures and language policy”

12 sessions of 2h 30min

This multilingual seminar focuses on the multicultural relationships (English-speaking, French-speaking, German-speaking, Spanish-speaking and Italian-speaking areas) and historical or current language policies. After a general introduction which will recall the fundamentals of sociolinguistics (what is a language-culture?), we will focus on studying the imaginaries of languages ​​and the debates on the national language, languages ​​in the educational institutions, languages ​​in the media and languages ​​in literature.

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