Reference : UMR8183-MATDAR-003
Workplace : GUYANCOURT
Date of publication : Friday, August 5, 2022
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 6 months
Expected date of employment : 1 October 2022
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 3000 et 3900 gross per month depending on experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent
The researcher's mission will be to conduct a microhistorical investigation into the trials of the attacks committed in the mid-1990s in France (hostage-taking at Marignane airport in December 1994, then attacks and attempted attacks in the summer and autumn of 1995, attributed to the Algerian Armed Islamic Group). These trials were held before the criminal court and the specially composed assize court of the Paris Court of Appeal between 1997 and 2009. At the crossroads of historical research and political and social sciences, this project will focus on conducting interviews with the actors of the anti-terrorist criminal justice system involved in these trials (mainly magistrates, lawyers and civil parties), and possibly accused or peripheral actors (journalists, Paris Aide aux Victimes, etc.). This oral survey will be cross-referenced with the identification and inventory of available archives from law firms and the SOS-Attentats and Paris Aide aux Victimes associations.
- Conducting interviews with the identified actors.
- Identification and inventory of the archives of lawyers, the SOS-Attentats and the Paris Aide aux Victimes associations.
- Processing and analysis of the material collected.
- Drafting of a research report for publication through the CESDIP.
- Organisation of a workshop at Cesdip.
- Participation in the dissemination of protocols and results to the scientific community (publications, conferences, teaching, etc.).
- Scientific and methodological monitoring of the subject and methods concerned by the survey.
- Participation in the scientific life of the laboratory.
- PhD in history or political science.
- Solid knowledge of the history of contemporary criminal justice, the history of terrorism and the Franco-Algerian context in the 1990s-2000s.
- Experience in conducting historical interviews and analysing judicial archives.
- Writing skills.
- Ability to present research results to different audiences.
- Ability to work in a team.
- Integration in a laboratory recognised for its work in sociology and history of penal institutions.
- Integration into a dynamic research group.
- Active participation in the scientific life of the laboratory (research seminars, workshops).
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