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Reference : UMR8183-MATDAR-001
Workplace : GUYANCOURT
Date of publication : Friday, November 20, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 33 months
Expected date of employment : 1 February 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Remuneration according to experience on the basis of the CNRS post-doctoral researcher index
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
The post-doctoral researcher recruited in the framework of the European project Norface CrimScapes (the French part of which is financed by the ANR under the scientific coordination of Mathilde Darley) will have a solid scientific expertise on the different forms of restriction of access to rights of undocumented migrants. He/she will also have linguistic skills and research experience that will enable him/her to conduct ethnographic surveys in France and Germany on the issue of criminalization of assistance to migrants. The working language of the European project being English, the candidate will also have to demonstrate a very good command of English.
Under the supervision of the coordinators of the French part (Mathilde Darley, CESDIP-CNRS, Guyancourt) and of the international part (Prof. Beate Binder, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin) of the European project CrimScapes (https://www.norface.net/project/crimscapes/), and in connection with the other researchers of the program, the post-doctoral researcher will be in charge of :
- carrying out a survey on the criminalization of assistance to migrants in France (French-Italian border) and Germany (Dresden): an excellent knowledge of the issue of access to foreigners' rights and its restrictions will be a determining criterion for recruitment.
- designing an appropriate (preferably ethnographic) methodological approach
- analyzing the empirical materials collected and putting them into perspective with the available literature.
- writing a research report in English
- participating in the results' dissemination (publications, conferences, teaching...)
- ensuring a scientific and methodological monitoring of the object and methods concerned by the survey
- taking part in the scientific life of the Cesdip and the CrimScapes program
- contributing to the organization and realization of scientific operations in the field
- Doctorate in sociology or political science
- International research experience
- Skills in ethnographic survey methods
- Solid knowledge of the academic field of the sociology of migration
- Fluent command of English, German and French (level C1), attested by international scientific contributions
- Editorial skills for scientific publications in international peer-reviewed journals
- Sense of organization, rigor, autonomy
- Critical sense and ability to conceptualize and restitute results
- Ability to work in a team
- Willingness to travel in France and Germany in particular
The CrimScapes project explores the growing application of criminal law, crime control measures and imaginaries of (il)legality. It seeks to grasp analytically the motivations, challenges and implications of criminalization for the various actors and practices that (re)shape the different landscapes of criminalization and their entanglement (CrimScapes). Using a variety of materials (archives, secondary literature, surveys and interviews), the project members will develop the genealogical timelines (CrimeLines) of seven European 'Crimscapes' (drug use, migration, sex work, surrogacy, prison context, LGBT identities and hate speech).
The post-doctoral researcher of the French team will work specifically on the issue of the criminalization of assistance to migrants in France and Germany. The position, based at Cesdip (Centre de recherches sociologiques sur le droit et les institutions pénales - UMR 8183, Guyancourt), therefore involves frequent travel to Germany and France (notably the French-Italian border), both for meetings of the project team and for carrying out field investigations.
It also includes:
- Insertion in a research institute recognized for its work in the sociology of law and in the sociology of migration
- Insertion in an international research collective
- Active participation in the scientific life of the Cesdip (research seminars, workshops, etc.) and in the CrimScapes program.
Application deadline: 11/12/2020
Documents to provide : CV + cover letter + defense report
Contract for an indefinite period of 33 months from February 1, 2021.
Remuneration according to experience on the basis of the CNRS post-doctoral researcher index.
Recruitment will be done by videoconference between December 14 and 18, 2020.
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