Sous le phare durkheimien. La sociologie française au prisme du Centre d’études sociologiques (1946-1955)

Dylan Simon 1, 2
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Abstract : Studies of the Centre d’Etudes Sociologiques (CES) in the 1950s often present the institution as the first French “research center” in sociology, the matrix of post-war “disciplinary” renewal. Based on the Center’s archives and accounts from its former members, this article discusses this perspective, showing how the institution, at least until the mid-1950s, should be seen in continuity with the predominant ways academia operated between the wars. In order to expose the scholarly affiliations maintained with the Durkheimian tradition, the article focuses particularly on the trajectory of the geographer Max Sorre, who was director of the CES until 1956.
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Dylan Simon. Sous le phare durkheimien. La sociologie française au prisme du Centre d’études sociologiques (1946-1955). Genèses. Sciences sociales et histoire, Belin, 2018, 113 (4), pp.169-192. ⟨10.3917/gen.113.0169 ⟩. ⟨hal-01955846⟩

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