SÉNAC Réjane, directrice de recherche CNRS au Centre de recherches politiques (CEVIPOF) de Sciences Po, membre du comité de pilotage du Programme de recherche et d'enseignement des savoirs sur le genre (PRESAGE) de Sciences Po.
Does France care more about fraternity than equality? Réjane Sénac analyses how the boundaries between brothers and non-brothers — whether the latter are women, non-binary, or non-white — have been repeatedly redrawn instead of disappearing altogether.
What do contemporary uses of parity and diversity, as well as controversies surrounding the so-called "gender theory", say about the French principle of equality? How do they help us to understand the persistence of economic and social inequalities despite equality being enshrined in the law?
Genre, parité, diversité
This research seeks to capture what a worldwide event like the COVID19 pandemic can tell us about our societies and how they react to the crisis, in a world in which we have to learn to live with the virus, perhaps for a long while to come.
Les sciences sociales au temps de la Covid
Marc Lazar, Guillaume Plantin
In this book, a team of researchers from CEVIPOF suggests that what is "common" is no longer based on what is public, but on what is private. That politics is now evolving in communitarian spaces of all kinds, family, religious denominations, political parties, oligarchies...
Pascal Perrineau, Luc Rouban
What gender brought to political sciences? The articles of this dictionary, written in a clear and accessible language, identify the concepts, theories and canonical objects of the discipline (citizenship, democracy, government, political parties, voting, etc.) showing the role played by gender in their genesis and in their maturation.
Concepts, objets, problèmes
Catherine Achin, Laure Bereni