18 May 2015
A Tribute to Ulrich Beck. Social Sciences at the Age of Second Modernity

Annual seminar of the Collège d'études mondiales


9.00 Welcome with café and croissants

9.30-9.45 Opening by Michel Wieviorka and Elisabeth Beck

9.45-10.00 A Visual Tribute To Ulrich Beck (in collaboration with the Archives Audiovisuelles de la Recherche)

10.00-11.30 Round table “For A Cosmopolitanisation Of Social Sciences” 

Nancy Fraser (New School for Social Research/Collège d’études mondiales), moderator

Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim (Universität München)
Why Methodological Cosmopolitanism? Because It Makes A Difference

Daniel Levy (Stony Brook University, New York)
Cosmopolitan Catastrophism: Remembering the Future

Sabine Selchow (London School of Economics and Political Science)
With Beck Into The Future Of Political Studies: Introducing A ‘Cosmopolitan’ Approach To Global Politics

11.30-12.45 Round Table “Regionalism and Globalization”

Yvon Le Bot (Collège d’études mondiales), moderator

Alain Touraine (CADIS/EHESS)
A Global Approach Of Regional Problems

Ernesto Ottone (Universidad Diego Portales / Collège d’études mondiales)
Ulrich Beck en Amérique latine : l'aventure tronquée

Joy Zhang (University of Kent)
Cosmopolitan Community And The Rework Of Boundaries


14.30-15.30 Round Table “Beck's Concept of Second Modernity and East Asian Development”

Michel Wieviorka (Collège d’études mondiales), moderator

Sang-Jin Han (Seoul National University)
Why Is The Idea Of Second Modernity More Appealing To East Asia Than The West?

Young-Hee Shim (Hanyang University)
Second Modernity And Individualization: An East Asian Experience

Emiko Ochiai (Kyoto University)
The Logics Of Compressed And Semi-compressed Modernity In Asia

15.30-16.00 Guest Lecture “The Web Revealing Social Reality”

Maurizio Ferraris (Università di Torino)

René Frydman (Collège d’études mondiales), moderator

16.00– 16.30 Coffee break

16.30-17.45 Round Table “New Technologies and Social Sciences”

Hervé Le Bras (Collège d’études mondiales)/ Anne Boyer (Université de Lorraine), moderators

Elisabeth Beck, (Universität München)
Global Technologies, Local Values

Vincent Duclos (Collège d’études mondiales)
Information Technology And Health: Ethical, Clinical And Political Implications

Daniel Andler (Université Paris-Sorbonne)
Technology-Enhanced Learning And Natural Cognition: Principles And Practices

Christian Walter (Collège d’études mondiales)
Framing Finance: Technology, Risk, Ethics

17.45-18.00 Conclusions and prospects


Localisation : Maison de l'Amérique latine - 217, boulevard Saint-Germain - Paris 75007
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