mshum1231  2021-2022  Mons

5 credits
30.0 h
Q2
Teacher(s)
Language
French
Content
The main movements of anthropology. The emergence of prospective anthropology.
From emporia to theory, field investigation:
  •  Field investigation at the social edges.
  • Crossing trends in contemporary anthropological thinking
  • Starting-up a field and problematizing
  • Cross-referencing methodologies to generate records of the studied world
  • Interpret, write and render the study.
The example of monographs with migrants and immigrant families located here and there
  • Epistemological and ethical questions.
  • The turmoil of exile in the high precarity of existence.
  • The difficulties of blending with the unspoken and the ruptures.
  • Parentality and migration here and there
The example of field investigation in working-class neighbourhoods among migrants and immigrant families
  • Epistemological and ethical questions
  • The turmoil of exile in the high precarity of existence.
  • The difficulties of blending with the unspoken and the ruptures.
Teaching methods
Lectures, practical work, presentations of articles and books by students, collective hermeneutic workshops
Evaluation methods
Continuous evaluation, project (group and individual), practical work, presentation of articles and books, written work, oral presentation.
Bibliography
GHASARIAN Christian (dir.), De l'ethnographie à l'anthropologie réflexive. Nouveaux terrains, nouvelles pratiques, nouveaux enjeux, Armand Colin, 2004.
OLIVIER de SARDAN Jean-Pierre, La rigueur du qualitatif. Les contraintes de l'interprétation socio-anthropologiques, Académia, 2008.
Faculty or entity


Programmes / formations proposant cette unité d'enseignement (UE)

Title of the programme
Sigle
Credits
Prerequisites
Aims
Bachelor in Human and Social Sciences