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Emmanuel Pannier

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Coordonnées professionnelles

manuelpannier@yahoo.fr

 

Fieldwork locations

Vietnam : Red River Delta (North Vietnam), Highlands of Northern Vietnam (Hòa Bình, Lào Cai, Yên Bái, Hà Giang), South Vietnam (Đồng Nai, Tây Ninh)

 

Education and professional experience

Education

  • 2014 & 2015   Associate Professor qualification by the National Council of Universities (CNU): Section 19 (sociology, demography) and section 20 (ethnology, prehistory, biological anthropology)
  • 2006-2012    PhD in anthropology (Aix-Marseille Université)
  • Research unit: Asian Research Institute (IRASIA–CNRS)
  • 2006-2008    Language proficiency degree in Vietnamese fromtheCentre de Formation Continue en Langues” (CFC) at the Polytechnic University of Hanoi (450 hours of training over 2 years)
  • 2004-2005    Master’s in “Social Practices in Development,”emphasis : local and sectoral dimensions of development actions in urban and rural environments, with [FC1] Honors, Institute of Studies of Economic and Social Development " (IEDES) Panthéon SorbonneUniversity, Paris.
  • 2002-2004    Master’s in Ethnology, Denis Diderot University (Paris 7).
  • 2001-2002    Bachelor’s in History, Denis Diderot University (Paris 7).

 

Professional experience

  • 2015-2018- Associate researcher for the program « “local governance of water resources in the Đồng Nai–Sài Gòn watershed (South of Vietnam)” » (French School of Asian Studies/École française d’Extrême-Orient– French Development Agency/Agence Française de Développement)
  • 2015- Post-doctoral fellow at the French School of Asian Studies (École française d’Extrême-Orient)within the framework as part of the “Germaine Tillion” postdoctoral contracts (HéSam Universités)
  • 2013-2014- Contract researcher for the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) at the Norbert Elias Center (CNRS-EHESS) for the project “Revalter” (ANR "“Agrobiosphere”)
  • Project : “Multi-scale assessment of livestock development pathways in Vietnam” (coordination by CIRAD)
  • 2013- Contract researcher at the Research Institute for Development (IRD) in the “Development, Institutions and Globalization” (DIAL) research unit as part of the “NoPoor”program (European Union)
  • 2012- Research and Consulting in socio-anthropology for  the “Community-led Water Resources Management” project (Oxfam Québec)
  • 2010-2013- Local Coordinator, researcher and teacher for the project “Study of social change and development project in the highlands of Northern Vietnam,” (French Development Agency)

Research areas

  • Economic Anthropology
  • Socio-anthropology of social change and development
  • Non-commercial flows, interpersonal transfers and reciprocity (ceremonial exchanges, gifts-giving, debt, etc.)
  • Sociality dynamics and social networks
  • Social regulation, norms and institutions

 

Current research topics

  •  Local knowledgesrelated to glutinous rice cultivation, seed exchanges networks and “Commons”  in the highlands of Northern Vietnam
  • Social management of irrigation in Vietnam
  • Social networks and institutional dynamics related to the livestock sector in Vietnam
  • State-Society relationships in Vietnam
  • Integration and marginalization of the ethnic population of the highlands of Northern Vietnam
  • Relationship between State, Market and personal social networks in Vietnam

 

Teaching, administrative & research-related responsibilities

Courses

  • 2013-2016 -Lecturer in the Master’s program at Toulouse JeanJaurèsUniversityentitled “Management of public action and enterprises” (Unit:  Sciences, Space and Societies - Department of Sociology and Anthropology)

Titles:

“Introduction to research methodology for Social Science and diagnostic of intervention” [FC5] (1st-year Master’s)

“Methodological strengthening: thesis conception, fieldwork survey and data analysis” (2nd-year Master’s)

“Social Change, cooperation for development and social sciences”(1st-year Master’s)

Supervision and evaluation of students’ theses (1st- and 2nd-year Master’s)

  • 2010 & 2014 -Teacher for the workshop "trainings for qualitative study methodology and fieldwork in socio-anthropology" as part of the Regional Social Sciences Summer University (AFD, Vietnam Academy of Social Science - EFEO- IRD - AUF - CNRS - Nantes University)        

Thematics:"“Transitions Decreed, Transitions Experienced. From Global to Local”" (2010) and "“A glance at Sustainable Urban Development”" (2014).

  • 2014 - Teacher for the seminar: “methodological training in Social Science” as part of the project “Social Sciences and Humanities Doctoral School” (Francophone University Agency - Asia-Pacific Office) 

Title:“Qualitative Research methodology in Social Sciences and fieldwork”

 

Administrative & research-related responsibilities

  • 2010-2013 - Local Coordinator,for the project “Study of social change and development project in the highlands of Northern Vietnam,” (French Development Agency)
  • 2008-2010 & 2012 - Rapporteur for the Regional Social Sciences Summer University in Vietnam

 

Selected bibliography

Books

Articles

  • Pannier E., 2016, « Édifier un mode de vie civilisé » dans une commune tày du nord du Vietnam : assimilations, adaptations et accommodements », Revue Moussons(forthcoming)
  • Pannier E. and Culas C., 2016, « Expérience de dialogue entre l’anthropologie et une situation de développement au Vietnam : de la position d’observateur à celle de médiateur », Anthropologie et développement, n°43 ("Défis et potentiels des recherches engagées en sciences sociales") : 123-148 (forthcoming)
  • Pannier E. and Pulliat G., 2016, « Échanges, dons et dettes : réseau social et résilience dans le Vietnam d’aujourd’hui », Revue Tiers Monden°226-227 : 139-165(forthcoming)
  • Pannier E., 2016, “Wedding gift-giving: a glimpse on evolving sociability practices”, International Institute for Asian Studies Newsletter, n°73: 43http://iias.asia/the-newsletter/article/gift-giving
  • Pannier E., 2015, “An overview of non-commercial flows in contemporary Vietnam”, Vietnam Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities1(3): 229-245. http://journal.ussh.vnu.edu.vn/index.php/vjossh/article/view/25
  • Pannier E., 2013, « Manifestations et principes de la circulation non marchande dans le Viêt Nam rural à l’époque contemporaine : donner, recevoir et rendre pour s’allier », Revue du Maussn°42 : 357-388.http://www.cairn.info/resume.php?ID_ARTICLE=RDM_042_0357
  • Pannier E., 2013, « Circulation non marchande et relations personnelles dans un village du delta du fleuve rouge (Vietnam) : mobiliser son expérience et sa subjectivité pour comprendre un phénomène social », Lettre de l’Afrase,N°81-82 : 27-30.
  • Pannier E., 2008, « Phân tích mạng lưới xã hội: Các lý thuyết, khái niệm và phương pháp nghiên cứu »[« L’analyse des réseaux sociaux en sciences sociales : théorie, concepts et méthodologie »], Tạp chí xã hộihọc [Sociological Review of Vietnam],4 (104) : 100-114.https://www.academia.edu/24842056/L_analyse_des_r%C3%A9seaux_sociaux_th%C3%A9ories_concepts_et_m%C3%A9thodologies

Books Chapters

PhD Thesis

  • Title: « Circulation non marchande et relations socialesdans un village du delta du fleuve Rouge (Nord du Vietnam) :donner, recevoir et rendre pour s’allier »www.theses.fr/2012AIXM3042

Research Unit : Institut de Recherches Asiatiques(CNRS)

Committee:

M. Alain Caillé, emeritus professor, Université Paris-OuestNanterre

M. Christian Culas, research fellow, CNRS (thesis director)

M. Oscar Salemink, professor, Copenhagen University

M. Olivier Tessier, associate professor, l’École française d’Extrême-Orient

Fellowships

  • Fellowship from the French Foreign Affairs Ministry / Lavoisier Program « Ventd’Est » (2006-2008).
  • Research and training fellowship from the « Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie » (AUF) (2008-2009).
  • « Cultural area » Fieldwork fellowship from the University of Provence (3 weeks in the field, August 2009).
  • Study fellowship from the École Française d’Extrême Orient(EFEO) in the Hanoi office (6 months from January 2010).

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