Vincent Dubois SAGE (UMR 7363), Université de Strasbourg, MISHA
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  • “Policy Ethnography as a Combat Sport: Analyzing the Welfare State Against the Grain”

    in Didier Fassin (ed.), If Truth Be Told. 
The Politics of Public Ethnography, Duke University Press, 2017, p. 184-202.

    See online : DUP

  • “Emotions in bureaucratic work”

    Keynote speech, Symposium Dignity In Dependence and Emotional Labour, University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht/ University of Amsterdam, , 17-18 May 2017.

  • "From social stratification to the cultural field : the genesis of career choices in cultural occupations"

    Keynote speech, symposium Rethinking the Cultural Field, April 6 2017, University of Canberra

  • Welfare fraud and control over the poor. Bureaucratic accuracy versus social justice

    Practical Justice Initiative-School of Social Sciences, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 30 March 2017

  • Welfare Fraud : Critical Sociology of a New Policy Issue

    Lecture, Institute for Culture & Society Seminar Series, Western Sydney University, Tuesday 28 March 2017

  • The "French Model" and its "Crisis": Amibitions, Ambiguities and Challenges of a Cultural Policy"

    Debats. Journal on Culture, Power and Society, Annual Review 1, 2016, p. 81-97

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  • “Between legal rigor and discretion : the social uses of law in welfare organizations”

    Justiça, Direito(s) e Instituições, Segundo Encontro da secção de “Sociologia do Direito e da Justiça” da Associação Portuguesa de Sociologia, Universidade do Minho, Braga, 27 e 28 de Janeiro de 2017.

    See online : APS

  • “Personal information and the formalization of informality : old and new forms of governmentality in welfare bureaucracy”

    Lecture, doctoral program Social work in an increasingly informational context, Ghent University, 17 June 2016.

  • "Welfare work as bureaucratic work : how state agents state individual cases"

    Public lecture, University of Copenhagen, Thursday 26 May, 2016.

  • "Governing the poor, from affects to morals"

    Keynote speech, Symposium State, Work and Affects, 27-28 January 2016, Vienna.

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