27 March 2014 – 28 March 2014


Amphi. Buffon, Campus Paris Diderot
15 rue Hélène Brion 75013 Paris France

Territories are both a social construct and a materiality observed by different disciplinary fields. This broad interdisciplinarity is a difficult, yet necessary, pioneer front. Another frontier to be crossed is the all too frequent gulf between researchers and the actors of territorial development. Territorial data are a field that offers opportunities for fertile debate.

These two days will see 60 interventions within 18 sessions: conflicts and compromises; territorial information; medias and territories; mobility, subject and territory; territoire as coordinator; the territories of the living togetherness; territorial cohesion as project; patrimonialisation at stake; regional integration; contributive data; cross-bordering; how territories resist to streams; territories and proximity; individuals as territorial players; territories and energy alternatives; territorial gaps; territorial indicators.
Besides, 2 plenary sessions will deal with worldwide agriculture and regional integration in the world.