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THE CROSS-CUTTING GROUPS

The Cross-cutting Groups are also the privileged places of scientific cumulativity and make it possible to make the link between the various programs of the LABEX by deepening through different operations the same scientific fields. These are structures that can accommodate the post-docs recruited .es by the LABEX, to welcome the doctoral students pre-selected during the campaigns of attribution of doctoral contracts organized by the LABEX, to make the link with the international, in particular, by the assembly of international seminars bilateral ... .. These actions make it possible to ensure a good capitalization of the works carried out and a cross fertilization of the different initiatives. Since the creation of the project, 13 Cross-cutting Groups and one diffuse cities and urbanization network have emerged : Inventing the Greater Paris | Justice, space, discrimination, inequalities | Urban Metabolism | Urban pedestrian mobilities | Urban Natures | Approaching the urban through the image | Urban production and markets | City risks | Uses of history and urban futures | City and energy | City and digital technology | City, tourism, transport, territory | Diffuses cities and urbanization network.

(Click on one of the images below to see the scientific activities of each cross-cutting group).

Inventing Greater Paris
Justice, space, discrimination, inequalities
Urban metabolism
Pedestrian urban mobilities
Urban natures
Approaching the urban through the image
Urban production and markets
City risks
Uses of history and urban futures
City and energy
City and digital technology
Urban professions
Urban professions
The city, tourism, transport and territory
Diffuses cities and urbanization network

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La Société Française d'Histoire Urbaine, soutenue par l’UPEC (CRHEC et Lab’URBA), le collectif « Archival City », le GT Usages de l’histoire et...

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Les activités scientifiques du Groupe Transversal "Justice, espaces, discriminations, inégalités" s'articulent en séminaires et en journées d'études....

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Conférence "L'impact des grands événements : que nous apprennent les économistes ?", par Jerome Massiani, Professeur d’économie à l’Université Ca'...

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Le Graph a invité pour un travail in situ le collectif Penser l’urbain par l’image. Renonçant à l’observation directe du territoire souvent centrale...

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par Anne Jarrigeon, anthropologue, photographe-vidéaste, maîtresse de conférences à l’École d’Urbanisme de Paris

Qu’apportent aux études urbaines les...

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