Fassin Éric

Éric Fassin is a professor of sociology in the Political Science Department and co-chair of the Gender Studies Department at Paris 8 university, and a founding member of the Laboratoire d’études de genre et de sexualité – Research Center on Gender and Sexuality Studies (LEGS, CNRS / Paris 8 / Paris 10). His work focuses on contemporary sexual and racial politics, including immigration issues, in France, in Europe, and in the United States – often in a comparative perspective. He is frequently involved in the French public debates on issues his work addresses – from gay marriage and gender parity to the politics of immigration and race.


How to Act together: From Collective Engagement to Protest
Belgrade, November 19-21, 2015

Engaging Foucault
Belgrade, December 5-7, 2014

Keynote Lecture: Éric Fassin
The Politics of Actuality: Biopower, Racial Democracy, and the Racialization of Sex
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