The idea to organize a symposium of young European researchers in the history of sport arose from the desire to create an event bringing together doctoral students and young doctors in history, and to develop scientific relations across national borders.
Supported be CESH, and coordinated by two doctoral students from the research centres ARCHE (EA 3400) and E3S (EA 1342), this event fits with the ambitions of the local Doctoral Training Programme “Sciences humaines et sociales” (Ecole doctorale 519) that intends to
enhance European perspectives of research. This symposium intends to allow young researchers to share their experiences and research methods.
Focusing on transnational studies, this symposium will be devoted initially to scientific exchanges during two round tables, and eventually on the education of PhD students and recent PhDs by the holding of specific presentations. The main objective of the round tables is to share and compare a set of methodological ways of thinking to build a transnational history, in a first time, about a variety of cultural objects, and in a second time, with a focus on sporting issue. During the workshop, different methods of analysis will be described and the focus will be on exchange between various researchers, and on the historical sources and their interpretations.
Finally, the Symposium will conclude with the organization of a presentation led by Daphné Bolz and Grégory Quin. The objective of which it is to provide information to the young researchers and their intended research missions abroad, or to collaborate in cross-border scientific activities.
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• 10h : Welcoming of participants
• 10h30 : Opening of the symposium
• 10h45 : First scientific event « Regards pluridisciplinaires sur les études transnationales des objets culturels »
• 12h30 : Lunch
• 13h30 : Second scientific event « Réflexions méthodologiques pour une histoire transnationale du sport »
• 16h : Coffee break
• 16h30 : Conference with Daphné Bolz et Grégory Quin: « Ouvrir nos frontières de recherche »
• 17h45 : Closing of the symposium
• Deschamps Yannick, doctorant, EA 3400 – ARCHE
• Tajri Yacine, doctorant, EA 1342 – E3S
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The symposium will take place in the room "Table ronde" on the first floor of the Misha building (5, allée du Général Rouvillois 67083 Strasbourg cedex)
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To participate, you have to be registered.
Please note that The registration for the Symposium differs from that of the congress. To take part in both (Symposium and congress), you must be registred for the two events