Polygraphe(s)

Polygraphe(s) is a review dedicated to graphic acts which came about from a desire to reflect upon together different diverse disciplines such as archeology, anthropology, education sciences, design, psychology, etc. on precise themes around a field of research with a powerful heuristic power: figured communication. Dedicated to a topic of study in social and human sciences, this review also aims to be a place of discussion between disciplines that are not used to dialoguing, a new space of interdisciplinary intellectual and transhistorical exchanges.

María Beatriz Greco

María Beatriz Greco conducts her interdisciplinary research between Philosophy, Educational Sciences and Psychology and she is mainly interested in issues related to pedagogical authority and emancipation processes in teacher education and training. She is a professor and researcher in Educational Sciences and Psychology at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

The project

Title: Policies, philosophies and regimes of trust in education and training

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The Research and Prospective Pole of the Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme (FMSH), supports the creation of projects dedicated to innovative themes in the humanities and social sciences (SHS).

This call for projects is a new feature of one of the main missions of the FMSH, which is to provide scientific and material support to research projects that are in the early stages of their development and can use the support of the FMSH to develop further their scientific content, methodology, and research networks.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 06/04/2020

The Research and Prospective Pole of the Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme (FMSH), supports the creation of projects dedicated to innovative themes in the humanities and social sciences (SHS).

This call for projects is a new feature of one of the main missions of the FMSH, which is to provide scientific and material support to research projects that are in the early stages of their development and can use the support of the FMSH to develop further their scientific content, methodology, and research networks.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 06/04/2020
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