CEFRES Team of Researchers in 2022-2023
is a CNRS researcher appointed at CEFRES since February 2020 within the TANDEM program. She works with Johana Wyss on the TANDEM project she initiated as its PI: “Europe: a Resentful Confederation of Vanquished Peoples? Raw and Lapsed Memories of Post-Imperial (European) Minorities”; which contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1. She is ICM Fellow.
is from January 2022 a postdoctoral researcher at CEFRES benefitting from the support of Charles University in Prague. Her research project, entitled Romanian intellectuals and the debates on democracy in Central Eastern Europe in transnational perspective, contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.
is a scholar based at the Czech Academy of Sciences, Institute of Sociology, where he specializes in (widely conceived) home studies at the intersection of anthropology and geography, explorations of the relationship between housing and home, and most recently also interdisciplinary studies of post-anthropocentric dwelling. Together with Chloé Mondémé, he pursues research within the TANDEM project titled Home beyond species: More-than-human dwelling in the age of crises.
Ronan Hervouet is a Professor of sociology at the University of Bordeaux and a member of the Centre Émile Durkheim (UMR 5116), since September 1st, 2021, he benefits from a temporary assignment at CEFRES by CNRS.
is a sociologist at the CNRS. With a background in linguistics, she is interested in all forms of (non-verbal) communication. A large part of her work is dedicated to the study of interspecies (human/animal) interactions. Analytically as well as theoretically, she is inspired by conversation analysis, ethnomethodology and the social studies of science. Together with Petr Gibas, she is investigator of the TANDEM project Home beyond species: More-than-human dwelling in the age of crises
is a former associate professor at the Department of German studies of Tours University. He is currently working at the Department of Slavic studies of Sorbonne University and is since January 2019 associated to CEFRES. His researches focus on cultural transfers and interculturality in Central Europe, especially within the Habsburg Empire, and contributes to research areas 1 and 3.
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is from april 2022 an associate researcher at CEFRES. Her research deals with managers and their attitude to personal development at the workplace. She analyzes their engagement as a new form of religion. Her researches contribute to CEFRES research area 1 and 3.
was from January 2020 till December 2021 a postdoctoral researcher at CEFRES benefitting from the support of the Charles University in Prague. His research project, entitled Insurance, Banking, and Capitalist Modernity in the Late Habsburg Monarchy, contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.
holds a PhD in political anthropology from Leiden University (2019). His research interests include the intersections of extraction, environment, climate change and governance in and around the Congo Rainforest and Basin. He contributes to CEFRES’s research area 3.
is, after two years of post-doc at CEFRES, an associate researcher at CEFRES from January 2018. She contributes to CEFRES’s research area 2.
is from September 2019 an associate researcher at CEFRES. His research project Interpersonal and inter-organizational relations within commercial and industrial organizations contributes to research area 1.
was from January until December 2022 a post-doctoral researcher at CEFRES, in 2023, she remains associate researcher at CEFRES. Her research project, entitled „The Matrix of Photomechanical Reproductions of Art“ contributes to CEFRES’s research areas 1 and 2.
is from 2021 an associated researcher at CEFRES, and currently working on the publication of her PhD thesis defended in December 2020, which title is for now Prague, Red and Black: Early Cold War Journeys, Networks, and Poems. Her researches contribute to CEFRES research area 1.
is researcher at the Moravian Regional Library and, from May 2021, associate researcher at CEFRES. His research deals whith the reception of French culture in Moravia in the “age of Enlightenment”. He contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.
is from May 2021 associate researcher at CEFRES. His research deals whith political parties systems in the Midle East and in North Africa. He contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.
is Associate Professor at the Institute of Sociological Studies, Charles University, Prague, where since 2020 he has also led the ERC CZ “ReEnchEu” research project. As an associated researcher at CEFRES since January 2022, he contributes to research areas 1 and 3.
is a CNRS researcher. She was appointed at CEFRES from February 2018 until August 2020 within the TANDEM program, working on a research project entitled “Bewildering Boar: Changing Cosmopolitics of the Hunt in Europe and Beyond” with Ludĕk Brož.
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Julien Wacquez is a sociologist currently affiliated with the Labex Les passés dans le présent at the university of Paris Nanterre University in France, as a postdoctoral researcher. His work focuses on the epistemic values of science fiction literature, speculative writing, futurology, and the scientific uses of science fiction through history. And it contributes to CEFRES´s research area 1.