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Международная Летняя школа ИГИТИ «Intellectual History vis-a-vis Sociology of Knowledge: Between Models and Cases»

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Международная Летняя школа ИГИТИ «Интеллектуальная история и современная социология знания: перспективы взаимодействия» пройдет 28-30 августа 2014 года в Москве. В центре внимания участников будут обсуждение перспектив междисциплинарного синтеза и понятийных инноваций в социологии знания и исторической науке, а также оценка аналитических перспектив современных тенденций в социальных науках («новая социология идей» Ч. Камика, теория интеллектуальных движений Н. Гросса и С. Фрикеля, синтез истории понятий и теорий множественной модерности у Б. Виттрока) для реконцептуализации истории идей, истории интеллектуалов и истории «мест знания». Программа (Program).

 
Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities 
National Research University Higher School of Economics


International Summer School
 August 28–30, 2014 


Address: room 311, Myasnitskaya st. 20, Moscow

  

PROGRAM


August 28

 

15:00–16:00 Registration of participants

 

16:00-16:15 Welcoming words  by  Irina Savelieva,  director of the Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities

 

16:15–18:45 Session 1. Chair: Irina Savelieva

 

Gisele Sapiro (CSE-EHESS, France)  – Sociology of intellectuals: achievements and perspectives

 

Patrick Baert (Cambridge University, UK)  – Intellectual, Positioning, Diffusion (Idea of intellectual interventions)

 

Sergey Zenkin (RSHU, Russia)  – Ideas in literature

 

18:45–20:00 Reception at the HSE (room 300)



August 29

 

10:00–11:40 Session 2. Chair: Alexander Dmitriev

 

Edward Baring (Drew University, USA)  – Moving beyond place: transnational intellectual history and the meaning of context

 

Paul Ziche (Utrecht University, Netherland)  – Sharing concepts across disciplinary divides – case studies from the history of philosophy around 1920-s

 

11:40–12:00 Coffee break

 

12:00–13:40 Session 3. Chair: Christopher Donohue

 

Tim Müller (Hamburg Institute of Social research, Germany)  – Reading Marcuse institutionally

 

Alexander Bikbov (Centre Maurice Halbwachs, France)  – What Soviet period reveals about political and institutional preconditions of making social sciences: a hypothesis of double membership

 

13:40–15:20 Lunch

 

15:20–17:30 Session 4. Chair: Irina Sirotkina

 

Tamás Demeter (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)  – Three genres of sociology of knowledge and their early origins

 

Arnaud Saint-Martin (CNRS, Université de Versailles, France)  – Reframing Robert K. Merton’s paradigmatic essays in the sociology of knowledge: an exercise in the systematics of sociological knowledge

 

Grigory Yudin (Moscow HSE, Russia)  – Historicism and sociologism in the history of German sociology: case of Helmut Schelsky


17:30–17:40 Short break


17:40-18:30  Workshop for IGITI students. Discussion of the book Forms of reasoning: from social selection to social biology, social mobility and biosocial anthropology by Christopher R. Donohue (National Human Genome Research Institute, USA)

 

August 30

 

10:00–11:40 Session 5. Chair: Paul Ziche

 

Olessia Kirchik (Moscow HSE, Poletayev Institute, Russia)  – Historical development of social science objects: rural studies in France after 1945

 

Christian Fleck (Institut für Soziologie, Universität Graz, Austria)  – Toward conceptual history of social and human sciences

 

11:40–12:00 Coffee break

 

12:00–13:40 Session 6. Chair: Gisele Sapiro

Mikhail Sokolov (European University at St. Petersburg, Russia)– The social construction of attention spaces in Russian social science: a study in sociology of intellectual moves

Christopher R. Donohue (National Human Genome Research Institute, USA) – Would a greater understanding of the nineteenth century lead to another new sociology of ideas?

 

13:40–15:20 Lunch

 

15:20–17:00 Session 7. Chair: Olessia Kirchik

 

Andrey Kozhanov (Moscow HSE, Russia)– Beyond STS program: sociological standpoint

 

Roger Smith (Lancaster University, UK)  – From content to context? Reasons for change in the history of science, 1960-s to 1990-s