Recruitment – LabEx DynamiTe http://labex-dynamite.com Laboratoire d'Excellence - Dynamiques Territoriales et Spatiales Fri, 25 Sep 2020 09:58:04 +0000 en-US hourly 1 73066308 Contrats doctoraux et post-doctoraux – Campagne 2020 : résultats http://labex-dynamite.com/en/contrats-doctoraux-et-post-doctoraux-campagne-2020-resultats-2/ Fri, 25 Sep 2020 09:30:16 +0000 http://labex-dynamite.com/?p=10897 Au titre de sa campagne 2020, le LabEx DynamiTe finance 2 contrats doctoraux (3 ans) et 3 contrats post-doctoraux (1 an). Les auditions se sont déroulées les mercredi 23 et jeudi 24 septembre 2020....

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Au titre de sa campagne 2020, le LabEx DynamiTe finance 2 contrats doctoraux (3 ans) et 3 contrats post-doctoraux (1 an).

Les auditions se sont déroulées les mercredi 23 et jeudi 24 septembre 2020. Après délibération du jury de sélection, voici les résultats :

Contrats doctoraux

Candidates sélectionnées :

Ada KERSERHO
“Politique du son. Ethnographie des espaces de silence à Mumbai.”
Thèse encadrée par Véronique DUPONT (UMR 245 CESSMA).
Thèse rattachée aux Groupes de Travail “Penser la production de l’urbain entre Suds et Nords : approches, catégories, méthodes” et “Images, sons et territoires”.

Thaís TANURE
“Les enjeux de la mémoire : disputes et patrimonialisation de la traite transatlantique et de l’esclavage à Rio de Janeiro et à Nantes (1983-2019).”
Thèse encadrée par Pascale GOETSCHEL (UMR 8058 CHS).
Thèse rattachée au Groupe de Travail “Patrimoines : savoirs et circulations”.

Candidat·e·s sur liste complémentaire :

1ère – Constance THIROUARD
“Dynamiques de peuplement et régionalisation culturelle dans le nord-ouest de l’Alaska au IIe millénaire de notre ère : approche spatio-temporelle des données de l’archéologie et de l’ethnohistoire dans la région du fleuve Kobuk.”
Thèse encadrée par Claire ALIX et Brigitte FAUGÈRE (UMR 8096 ArchAm).

2ème – Evan MESMIN
“Analyse des interrelations entre crise hydrologique et faiturbain portuaire en Loire bourbonnaise et nivernaise depuisle Moyenâge : nouvelles approches méthodologiques.”
Thèse encadrée par Gilles ARNAUD-FASSETTA (UMR 8586 PRODIG) et Emmanuèle GAUTIER (UMR 8591 LGP).

Contrats post-doctoraux

Candidat·e·s sélectionné·e·s :

Laura CORSI
“Croiser les connaissances sur la Chaussée, l’île et le Raz de Sein : Réalisation d’un webdocumentaire dédié aux interactions entre dynamiques territoriales et biodiversité marine.”
Projet encadré par Marie CHENET (UMR 8591 LGP).
Post-doctorat rattaché aux Groupe de Travail “Images, sons et territoires”.

Antoine DORISON
“L’agriculture urbaine préhispanique sur sols volcaniques : une étude archéopédologique comparée entre Centre et Occident du Mexique.”
Projet encadré par Michelle ELLIOTT (UMR 7041 ArScAn).
Post-doctorat rattaché au Groupe de Travail “Changements environnementaux et sociétés dans lepassé”.

Sara TASSI
“Le retour des “choses”. Économies intimes de la restitution au Bénin méridional.”
Projet encadré par Saskia COUSIN (UMR 245 CESSMA).
Post-doctorat rattaché au Groupe de Travail “Patrimoine : savoirs et circulations”.

Candidats sur liste complémentaire :

1er – Benjamin GEHRES
“Mécanismes de peuplement et interactions sociales au Néolithique ancien. Une approche archéométrique de la territorialité durant le Rubané en Alsace.”
Projet encadré par François GILIGNY et Louise GOMART (UMR 8215 Trajectoires).

2ème – Loïc LEBRETON
“Impacts des variations climatiques sur les peuplements interglaciaires en France septentrionale.”
Projet encadré par Julie DABKOWSKI (UMR 8591 LGP) et Sylvain SORIANO (UMR 7041 ArScAn).

Félicitations aux candidat·e·s selectionné·e·s, et merci à toutes celles et tous ceux qui ont pris part à cette campagne de recrutement.

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Doctoral and post-doctoral positions – Campaign 2020: applications open until June 30 http://labex-dynamite.com/en/doctoral-and-post-doctoral-positions-campaign-2020/ Thu, 02 Apr 2020 08:41:00 +0000 http://labex-dynamite.com/?p=10196 Due to the current situation regarding the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the deadline for the submission of applications has been postponed to Tuesday 30 June 2020 inclusive. For the year 2020, the LabEx...

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Due to the current situation regarding the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the deadline for the submission of applications has been postponed to Tuesday 30 June 2020 inclusive.

For the year 2020, the LabEx DynamiTe offers:

  • 2 doctoral positions (3 years);
  • 2 post-doctoral positions (1 year).

Applicants for a doctoral or a post-doctoral contract are invited to draft a personal research proposal in agreement with a LabEx supervisor. The topic should lie within the scope of one or more of DynamiTe’s Work Packages.

Each research proposal is to be supervised by a member of the LabEx DynamiTe connected to one of its 19 partner laboratories . Accordingly, applicants interested in responding to this call for projects must contact a prospective supervisor before applying:

The deadline for the submission of applications is Thursday 14 May Tuesday 30 June 2020 inclusive. All applications are to be submitted using the electronic form:

Find out more about this campaign by clicking on the links below:


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Poste d’ingénieur·e d’études spécialisé·e en bases de données et traitement de données céramiques http://labex-dynamite.com/en/poste-dingenieur%c2%b7e-detudes-specialise%c2%b7e-en-bases-de-donnees-et-traitement-de-donnees-ceramiques-2/ Thu, 20 Feb 2020 15:43:31 +0000 http://labex-dynamite.com/?p=10251 “Ingénieur·e d’études spécialisé·e en bases de données et traitement de données céramiques” Date limite de candidature : dimanche 15 mars 2020 Télécharger la fiche de poste complète : Contexte : Le Projet “Frontières mayas...

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“Ingénieur·e d’études spécialisé·e en bases de données et traitement de données céramiques”

Date limite de candidature : dimanche 15 mars 2020

Télécharger la fiche de poste complète :

Contexte :

Le Projet “Frontières mayas : pèlerinages, commerce et migrations entre Hautes Terres et Basses Terres du Guatemala” et la mission archéologique Raxruha Viejo (dir. Chloé ANDRIEU), portent les mouvements de population entre Hautes Terres et Basses Terres mayas à l’époque classique, à partir de l’étude d’une zone frontière, stratégique pour les mouvements de personnes et de biens. Une première étude a montré des différences très nettes entre les récipients découverts dans les sites de surface et les grottes, la céramique provenant de ces dernières étant parfois stylistiquement liée en majorité aux Basses Terres, alors que celle des établissements de surface est clairement associée aux productions des Hautes Terres. Ces données semblent indiquer que les grottes étaient d’importants lieux de pèlerinages inter régionaux et que de notables mouvements de populations ont eu lieu du Préclassique (250 ap. J.C.) à nos jours.

De vastes quantités de données concernant l’identification typologique et technologique de la céramique sont maintenant disponibles qu’il nous faut maintenant croiser entre elles et avec les informations stratigraphiques issues des fouilles. Cette analyse globale des données céramiques doit permettre de définir les évolutions stylistiques et technologiques observées au cours du temps afin de mieux appréhender les changements d’affiliation culturelle des habitants de cette région, ainsi que la complexité des interactions culturelles et des mouvements de populations entre Hautes et Basses Terres au Classique. Cette recherche permettra de formaliser les critères permettant de discuter les liens entre systèmes techniques et identités culturelles, et ainsi d’établir un premier cas d’étude à partir duquel nous mettrons en place, dans le cadre d’une collaboration avec plusieurs membres du Groupe de Travail “Territoires culturels et circulations des sociétés anciennes”, une base de données globale pour le Sud de la Mésoamérique.

Missions confiées :

La majorité des études céramiques en Mésoamérique reposent sur l’analyse stylistique du matériel. Ce système, qui s’est avéré efficace pour établir une chronologie, ne permet pas d’intégrer les critères technologiques. Ainsi, les phénomènes de copies, de transferts techniques et imitations, ou encore les données pétrographiques, pourtant indispensables pour aborder les questions de mobilité territoriales et d’affiliation culturelle, ne sont-elles jamais croisées avec les données chronologiques. De leur côté, les rares études technologiques du matériel ne sont jamais mises en relation avec les données stylistiques et leurs évolutions. Il s’agira donc de mettre en place un nouveau système de classification, intégrant l’ensemble des critères disponibles dans cette région (stylistiques, technologiques, pétrographiques et chronologiques), créant ainsi un nouveau modèle de classification céramique pour le sud de la Mésoamérique. Celui-ci qui servira de support à une étude de grande ampleur sur les relations entre systèmes techniques et identités culturelles dans cette région du monde.

La personne recrutée aura donc pour mission d’établir la séquence céramique de la région, de mettre à plat les données C14 disponibles, de les calibrer et de les mettre en relation avec les critères technologiques et stylistiques observés dans le cadre de plusieurs études plus anciennes, créant ainsi un nouveau système de classification céramique. Cela impliquera donc un important travail de remise en contexte des données disponibles dans la région frontalière entre Hautes Terres et Basses Terres, informations nécessaires à la compréhension des mécanismes de mouvements de populations, de pèlerinages et d’abandon des cités dans cette région stratégique.

Ce modèle implique donc la redéfinition des critères utilisés pour l’étude céramique dans cette région du monde et posera les jalons d’une analyse de plus grande ampleur, dont l’ambition est d’être appliqué à d’autres projets et d’autres régions.

Profil recherché :

  • titulaire d’un master 2 (équivalent ingénieur·e d’études) en Archéologie ;
  • bonne maîtrise de l’espagnol.

Compétences demandées :

  • connaissance des thématiques traitées ;
  • connaissance en statistiques ;
  • connaissance en technologie céramique ;
  • connaissance en pétrographie ;
  • maîtrise du logiciel OxCal ;
  • connaissance en systèmes de classement “type-variété” et en
  • classement modal ;
  • maîtrise d’outils d’analyse qualitative ;
  • qualités de synthèse et rédactionnelles ;
  • maîtrise de l’espagnol ;
  • maîtrise de l’anglais.

Conditions de recrutement :

La personne recrutée au sein du LabEx DynamiTe effectuera sa mission au sein de l’UMR 8096 ArchAm, sous la responsabilité de Chloé ANDRIEU.

CDD de 2 mois à temps complet à compter du mercredi 15 avril 2020.

Rémunération : de 1751 € à 1912 € brut (selon expérience).

Envoi des dossiers de candidature (CV + lettre de motivation, mettant en évidence les compétences du/de la candidat·e et ses expériences antérieures en lien avec le poste) avant le dimanche 15 mars 2020 à :

Merci d’indiquer “Bases de données et traitement de données céramiques” comme objet du message. Pour toute précision, merci de contacter Chloé ANDRIEU (chloe.andrieu@cnrs.fr).


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Poste d’Ingénieur-e d’Études spécialisé-e en géomatique et géovisualisation – “Soutien au projet Mobiliscope” http://labex-dynamite.com/en/poste-dingenieur-e-detudes-specialise-e-en-geomatique-et-geovisualisation-soutien-au-projet-mobiliscope/ Wed, 21 Aug 2019 07:02:00 +0000 http://labex-dynamite.com/?p=9642 “Ingénieur-e d’Études spécialisé-e en géomatique et géovisualisation – Soutien au projet Mobiliscope” Date limite de candidature : lundi 30 septembre 2019 Télécharger la fiche de poste complète : Contexte : Le Mobiliscope est un...

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 Cette offre a expiré. 

“Ingénieur-e d’Études spécialisé-e en géomatique et géovisualisation – Soutien au projet Mobiliscope”

Date limite de candidature : lundi 30 septembre 2019

Télécharger la fiche de poste complète :

Contexte :

Le Mobiliscope est un outil interactif de géovisualisation qui donne à voir l’évolution de la population présente et de la mixité sociale des villes au cours des 24 heures de la journée. Il est librement accessible en ligne : https://mobiliscope.parisgeo.cnrs.fr/

22 villes françaises et leur région sont incluses dans la version actuelle du Mobiliscope (2019). Cet outil est développé à l’UMR Géographie-cités (CNRS ; Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne ; Université Paris Diderot ; EHESS) avec le soutien du Commissariat Général à l’Egalité des Territoires (CGET) et du LabEx DynamiTe. Les données proviennent des enquêtes ménage-déplacement (224000 participants âgés de 16 ans et plus et un million de déplacements). Les populations présentes dans les villes au cours des 24 heures de la journée sont caractérisées en fonction d’indicateurs démographiques (sexe et âge) et sociaux (niveau d’éducation, catégorie socioprofessionnelle) mais aussi en fonction de leur secteur de résidence, du type d’activité réalisée et du mode de transport utilisé pour arriver à destination. La carte centrale et les deux graphiques qui s’animent au fil des heures sont les éléments clefs de la géovisualisation proposée.

Dans le cadre de l’extension du Mobiliscope aux six régions métropolitaines du Québec disposant d’Enquêtes Origine/Destinations (EOD), l’UMR Géographie-cités recherche un-e Ingénieur-e d’Études spécialisé-e en géomatique et géovisualisation.

Missions confiées :

La personne recrutée aura pour mission d’intégrer au Mobiliscope les six régions métropolitaines du Québec disposant d’Enquêtes Origine/Destinations (EOD). Elle devra pour cela s’appuyer sur les scripts déjà écrits par l’équipe (scripts R et javascript -D3js). La personne recrutée travaillera avec Julie VALLÉE (chargée de recherche CNRS à l’UMR Géographie-cités et responsable scientifique du Mobiliscope).

Profil recherché :

Minimum Bac+3 (diplôme de Licence ou équivalent). Géomaticien-ne, ayant des connaissances en géovisualisation et en statistiques.

Compétences demandées :

  • Maîtrise des langages de programmation web (HTML, CSS, Javascript) ;
  • maîtrise des outils de (géo)visualisation sur le web, première expérience avec D3js indispensable ;
  • maîtrise du langage R ;
  • maîtrise d’un logiciel SIG (par ex. Qgis) ;
  • connaissance en statistiques ;
  • connaissance en ergonomie web et en sémiologie graphique ;
  • qualités relationnelles (autonomie, esprit d’initiative, organisation, dynamisme, goût pour le travail collectif) ;
  • qualités rédactionnelles et rigueur dans la description des procédures ;
  • connaissance de l’anglais ;
  • connaissance des Enquêtes origine/Destinations du Québec (serait un plus).

Conditions de recrutement :

La personne recrutée au sein du LabEx DynamiTe effectuera sa mission au sein de l’UMR 8504 Géographie-cités, à Aubervilliers, sous la responsabilité de Julie VALLÉE.

CDD de 2,5 mois à temps complet à compter du mardi 12 novembre 2019.

Envoi des dossiers de candidature (CV + lettre de motivation mettant en évidence les compétences du/de la candidat-e et ses expériences antérieures en lien avec le poste) avant le lundi 30 septembre 2019 à :

Merci d’indiquer “Candidature Ingénieur-e Étude – Mobiliscope” comme objet du message. Pour toute précision, merci de contacter Julie VALLÉE (julie.vallee@parisgeo.cnrs.fr).


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Doctoral and post-doctoral positions – Campaign 2019: results http://labex-dynamite.com/en/doctoral-and-post-doctoral-positions-campaign-2019-results/ Thu, 27 Jun 2019 13:12:13 +0000 http://labex-dynamite.com/?p=9565 For the year 2019, the LabEx DynamiTe has offered 2 doctoral positions and 2 post-doctoral positions. After deliberation by the selection Panel, here are the results: Doctoral positions: Profile n°1: “Environmental big data governance....

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For the year 2019, the LabEx DynamiTe has offered 2 doctoral positions and 2 post-doctoral positions.

After deliberation by the selection Panel, here are the results:

Doctoral positions:

Profile n°1: “Environmental big data governance.

Candidates Selection Panel’s decision
Chloé MAUTERLÉ
Selected
Adèle GAVEAU
Additional list

Profile n°2: “MédOc: The malacological approach to relationships between paleoenvironments, climates and societies on the western Mediterranean coast over the last 10,000 years.”

Candidate Selection Panel’s decision
Quentin WACKENHEIM
Selected

Post-doctoral positions:

Profile n°1: “Mobility in small and medium-sized cities: reorganization and strategies.”

Candidates Selection Panel’s decision
Julie GRAVIER
Selected
Milhan CHAZE
Additional list

Profile n°2 “Innovations and strategies for adjusting to a new environment: the emergence of work with vegetable matter and its impact on the economic and territorial organization of societies in the late Upper Paleolithic.”

Candidate Selection Panel’s decision
 Jérémie JACQUIER Selected

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Doctoral and post-doctoral positions – Campaign 2019: send your application before May 8th http://labex-dynamite.com/en/doctoral-and-post-doctoral-positions-campaign-2019/ Mon, 15 Apr 2019 16:53:22 +0000 http://labex-dynamite.com/?p=9064 For the year 2019, the LabEx DynamiTe offers 2 doctoral positions (3 years) and 2 post-doctoral positions (1 year). Doctoral positions: “Environmental big data governance.” “MédOc: The malacological approach to relationships between paleoenvironments, climates...

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For the year 2019, the LabEx DynamiTe offers 2 doctoral positions (3 years) and 2 post-doctoral positions (1 year).

Doctoral positions:

Post-doctoral positions:

The deadline for the submission of applications is Wednesday, May 8 2019 (inclusive).

They must be submitted electronically by application form:

The successful candidates following the assessment of the applications and interviews (which will take place during the week of 24 June 2019) will be informed of the results from 28 June 2019.



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Poste d’Ingénieur-e d’Études – “Développement et validation d’un nouveau protocole d’extraction pollinique” http://labex-dynamite.com/en/9300-2/ Mon, 08 Apr 2019 08:32:14 +0000 http://labex-dynamite.com/?p=9300 “Ingénieur-e d’Études – Développer et valider un nouveau protocole d’extraction pollinique et l’adapter en fonction de la nature des matériaux de recherche” Date limite de candidature : samedi 18 mai dimanche 2 juin 2019...

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“Ingénieur-e d’Études – Développer et valider un nouveau protocole d’extraction pollinique et l’adapter en fonction de la nature des matériaux de recherche”

Date limite de candidature : samedi 18 mai dimanche 2 juin 2019

Télécharger la fiche de poste complète :

Contexte :

Dans le cadre de programmes de recherche portant sur les paléoenvironnements et paléoclimats quaternaires, tant pléistocènes qu’holocènes, et les relations Homme/milieux/climat au Paléolithique, ainsi que sur les interactions entre les sociétés humaines et l’environnement végétal depuis le Néolithique jusqu’à l’actuel, des études palynologiques sont menées sur des séquences naturelles et dans des sites archéologiques. Ces études menées dans le cadre du Groupe de Travail “Changements environnementaux et sociétés dans le passé”. du LabEx se multiplient avec notamment le doctorat de Laurence LEMER et le post-doctorat d’Arthur GLAIS.

La plateforme analytique de palynologie de l’UMR 8591 LGP ne bénéficiant plus de support technique et la préparation des échantillons étant une activité très chronophage, la valorisation des activités de recherche par la publication des résultats n’est pas optimale. De plus, les règles d’hygiène et de sécurité liées à l’utilisation des produits chimiques dangereux (en particulier l’acide fluorhydrique essentiel au protocole d’extraction des grains de pollen) imposant l’intervention d’un agent en CDI ont conduit à tester différents traitements chimiques pertinents. Ainsi, un nouveau protocole d’extraction pollinique sans produits dangereux a pu être mis au point et a permis d’obtenir d’excellents résultats : très bonne concentration en pollen, lisibilité optimale des lames microscopiques et gain de temps.

Cependant, pour pouvoir valider ce nouveau protocole, des tests minutieux supplémentaires sont nécessaires. Notamment, il faut 1) réaliser des comparaisons rigoureuses entre l’ancien et le nouveau protocole et 2) vérifier l’efficacité du nouveau protocole sur des sédiments de nature différente.

Missions confiées :

Le travail réalisé par le CDD LabEx mettra en œuvre un ensemble de méthodes d’expérimentation pour la réalisation de ces tests. L’appui interviendra en deux étapes :

  • application du nouveau protocole sur des échantillons précédemment traités avec l’ancien protocole : échantillons de tourbe (Cairon), de tourbe fibreuse (Sangsurière), d’argile organique (Alleret) ; vérifications et comparaisons des résultats selon les deux méthodes ;
  • adaptation / modification du nouveau protocole pour des sédiments de natures différentes : limon organique (Argentan), tourbe limoneuse (Argentan), tourbe tufacée (Ilôt Renaudin), argile diatomitique (Sénèze), argile silteuse (Alleret) ; rédaction des différentes procédures expérimentales.

Profil recherché :

  • Titulaire d’un Master ;
  • expérience du travail en laboratoire ;
  • capacité à élaborer et à valider des protocoles d’expérimentation en laboratoire.

Compétences demandées :

  • Connaissances en chimie ;
  • connaissances générales dans le domaine des sciences naturelles;
  • maîtrise des outils statistiques classiques ;
  • rigueur, autonomie, patience, sens de l’organisation ;
  • connaissance des règles d’hygiène et de sécurité liées au travail de laboratoire.

Conditions de recrutement :

La personne recrutée au sein du LabEx DynamiTe effectuera sa mission au sein de l’UMR 8591 LGP, à Meudon, sous la responsabilité d’Agnès GAUTHIER (UMR 8591 LGP) et en collaboration avec François GILIGNY (UMR 8215 Trajectoires).

CDD de 4 mois à temps complet à compter du lundi 1er juillet lundi 2 septembre 2019.

Envoi des dossiers de candidature (CV + lettre de motivation) avant le samedi 18 mai dimanche 2 juin 2019 à :


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“Innovations and strategies for adjusting to a new environment: the emergence of work with vegetable matter and its impact on the economic and territorial organization of societies in the late Upper Paleolithic.”

Work-Package: “Environmental change and societies in the past”

The deadline for the submission of applications is Wednesday, 8 May (inclusive).
Recruitment procedure and schedule

Position description

After 20 millennia of relative stability during which human groups evolved in Europe in periglacial environments, the climate warming of the Bølling-Allerød interstadial (12,500-10,700 Cal-BC) corresponds to a major transformation of the environment and in strategies for using it. The milder climate led to a fresh expansion of forest growth and the replacement of step faunas by species from tempered environments. These far-reaching changes coincided with a major cultural transition, namely the extinction of the Magdalenian “civilization” (17,000-12,500 Cal-BC) and the emergence of the Azilian (12,500-10,700 Cal-BC). The cultural transition is reflected in archeological terms by a substantial simplification of stone tools and a considerable reduction in human groups’ mobility, all in a context of increased segmentation of activities at site and territory level. The spread of the plant cover, easing access to new ligneous and herbaceous resources, would account for these rapid, deep-seated socio-economic changes. However the pace and mechanisms of these environmental and archeological changes has largely yet to be described and analyzed.

The objective of this post-doctoral contract will accordingly be to study the ranges of activities represented at two Azilian deposits currently among the best conserved sites in north-west Europe (Le Closeau in Rueil-Malmaison, Hauts-de-Seine, and Saleux, Somme, both in France) to gain an understanding of how this major environmental transition and the attraction of new plant resources were able to profoundly modify the way the sites worked and the forms of occupation of the area at this pivotal period (forms of mobility, preference for certain geographic zones, specialization or complementarity of the habitats). These debates currently structure European research into this major climatic and cultural transition.

By referring to the traceology of the stone tools – now a tried-and-tested method – on a well thought-out sample within each of the deposits studied, the objective will be (1) to provide fresh data for understanding the anthropogenic responses to the environmental upheavals of the time, (2) to perceive the variability of the plant resources present and used in the local environments, (3) to examine the spatial organization within and between sites to more effectively account for the changes in the territories’ structure by comparison with earlier periods (Upper Magdalenian) and later periods (Mesolithic). Regarding this point, the post-doctoral fellow will be able to make comparisons by performing analytical tests on certain categories of tools from dated levels of the early Mesolithic on the two benchmark deposits.

The project will be broken down into three components.

Traceology is a discipline that analyzes microscopic wear and residues generated by the use of tools and in particular stone tools, with the help of experimental reference bases. For the particular deposits studied, it can precisely describe the type of activities (their function, how the tools were used) and their organization.

The first, experimental component will be carried out using local paleoenvironmental data (given that palynological sequences of excellent quality are available in the vicinity of both deposits) and the rare plant technology data available in northern Europe for the Late Paleolithic and the Mesolithic. For each of the deposits concerned, anthracological analyzes were used to establish the spectrum of species present in the contemporary environments. This reference base will focus on the main plants presents in this period. More specifically, it will endeavor to distinguish between work on ligneous materials (plant wood) and work on rigid herbaceous plants (carex, typha) with a view to specifying the traceological criteria necessary for analyzing each type of activity (kinematics, materials worked on, etc.).
The second component will consist in studying a very large body of unworked objects, retouched tools and arrowheads at low optical magnification. At these optical scales, it will be possible to rapidly detect the instruments used to work on plants. For each site, we intend to closely examine several concentrations displaying a variety of techno-typological or spatial characteristics, in order to fathom the intra-site variability of the Azilian tool sets used to work on plants.

To conclude, the final component of the analysis will examine any extant residues of adhesives, particularly on arrowheads. These amorphous organic materials can provide interesting techno-economic and environmental information. However, they are very often overlooked, since they not easily seen with the naked eye, mainly because only minute quantities are usually conserved. Advances in traceological methods mean there are now more efficient tools for revealing these residues and analyzing their characteristics. A final angle of approach in this investigation of plant use during the Allerød will consist in a physicochemical analysis (optics, mass spectroscopy, infrared spectrosopy) of these substances, which are generally composed of resins or plant tars.

The post-doctoral fellow should strive to combine these three components to build a clearer understanding of the Azilian plant economy, detect the continuities and disruptions in technical practices over a protracted diachrony (around 1,200 years) and understand how they affected the societies’ territorial organization over this major transitional period, which is marked by a radical transformation in the hydrosystems and environments frequented and used by human populations.

Planned collaboration

These issues lie within the research topics of the Prehistoric Ethnology team (ArScAn, UMR 7041). The post-doctoral fellow will therefore be able to draw on the expertise of its members, who are heavily involved in these issues. This project continues the long tradition of paleo-ethnological research conducted by this team for over 50 years. The post-doctoral fellow will also be able to draw on the team’s research network in France and abroad.
The post-doctoral fellow will also be attached to the UMR 8215 Trajectoires, more specifically for carrying out the experimental component on vegetable matters. Work in collaboration with a macro-tool traceolog (C. Hamon) will broaden the post-doctoral fellow’s perception of the use of plants in these period, in both the food domain (grinding tools) and woodworking (abraders for arrow shafts).

He/she will have access to the scanning electron microscope for residue analyses. This equipment is managed by the SIMO (imaging and light microscopy) department of the USR 3225 (headed by A. LEGRAND-PINEAU).
He/she will join the collective research project “The Late Paleolithic and Mesolithic in the Paris basin” (headed by L. MEVEL and S. GRISELIN), which leads research on the last hunter-gatherer societies in the north of France.
He/she will work with a number of the Prehistoric Ethnology team’s partner laboratories in Europe (cf. research seminars supported by the WP “Environmental change and societies in the past”), which lead the field on these issues:

  • Zentrum für Baltische und Skandinavische Archäologie, Schleswig, Germany (headed by B.V. ERIKSEN)
  • Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland (K. PYŻEWICZ, team member)
  • Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw, Poland (W. GRUŻDŹ, team member)
Required skills and abilities

The post-doctoral fellow should hold a PhD in Prehistory and have developed skills in lithic traceology. He/she should be thoroughly acquainted with the technical systems, paleoenvironments and the issues associated with societies’ evolution in the late Paleolithic. He/she should have the skills required to lead studies of furnishings, set up targeted testing programs and publish these findings in the form of papers and publications in peer-reviewed journals and/or books.

Additional information

Contract start date: Choice of 02/09/2019 or 02/12/2019

Length of contract : 1 year

Post-doctoral fellow’s supervisors:

  • Ludovic MEVEL (CNRS, UMR 7041, ArScAn, Prehistoric ethnology)
  • Caroline HAMON (CNRS, UMR 8215, Trajectoires)

Host laboratory: UMR 7041 ArScAn, Prehistoric ethnology (MAE – 21 allée de l’Université – 92023 Nanterre cedex)

Net monthly remuneration: Approx. €2,324

Contact:

contact@labex-dynamite.com

Recruitment procedure and schedule

The application must be submitted electronically by application form (http://www.form-labex-dynamite.com/postdoc/en/). It must demonstrate that the candidate fulfils the requirements indicated in the post-doctoral profile (specified tasks and skills). The application will include:

  • a description of the research project (5 pages maximum, if more the application will be refused) specifying the research-related issues, the methodology to be used, a feasibility report and project schedule ;
  • a covering letter;
  • a curriculum vitae;
  • a list of publications with internet links (if available);
  • the doctoral thesis (PDF version);
  • the doctoral thesis defence report (not required for candidates having defended their thesis in a foreign country and for candidates having defended their thesis too recently. The latter will include a letter confirming the forthcoming oral defence of the candidate’s research thesis prior to 24 June 2019);
  • a copy of the doctoral degree (or certificate, the thesis must have been defended fewer than five years ago).

The deadline for the submission of applications is Wednesday, May 8 2019 (inclusive).

The candidate may have the possibility to contact the post-doctoral supervisors before the submissions deadline.
For your information: when the deadline has passed, the LabEx DynamiTe will contact the director(s) of the host unit(s) and will add one letter of invitation to the application.

The successful candidates following the assessment of the applications and interviews (which will take place during the week of 24 June 2019) will be informed of the results from 28 June 2019.

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“Mobility in small and medium-sized cities: reorganization and strategies.”

Work-Packages: “Networks and territories” and “Mobility”

The deadline for the submission of applications is Wednesday, 8 May (inclusive).
Recruitment procedure and schedule

Position description

In recent years, an extensive body of research has shown that the gaps between large cities and smaller-sized towns have widened, whether in terms of the production of wealth, employment, population growth or residential appeal (DAVEZIES and PECH, 2014). Trends that tend to favour large cities, combined with a re-examination of urban planning policies originally designed to achieve spatial equality, together raise the issue of the role and future of small and medium-sized towns. The latter have felt the effects of de-industrialization more than large cities because they are frequently specialized and generally rank lower in production processes. On top of this, the French government’s General Review of Public Policies (RGPP) prompted the closure of courthouses, military barracks and hospitals, which had an adverse effect on local development (De LEGGE, 2011; COURCELLE et al., 2017; BARZACK, HILLAL, 2017). Lastly, these towns have been particularly hard hit by the processes of residential and commercial periurbanization, which have often sapped town centres of their vitality. Although they played a key role in the country’s urban framework and are still an essential link in the country’s administrative organization, service delivery and access to services (TALANDIER and JUSSEAUME, 2013), many of them now find themselves in a very fragile position (DEMAZIERE, 2014; SANTAMARIA, 2012). The different forms of mobility (for residential purposes, employment, shopping or access to services) are a major stake in these changes, firstly because they are partly responsible for bringing them about (mainly due to the role of the car in the processes of periurbanization and devitalization of town centers), but also because they, too, are affected by the changes. In these towns, the various forms of mobility have distinctive features (CERTU, 2011; CONTI, 2015; GART, 2015).

The aim is therefore to analyze the interrelationships between the changes in the importance and role of small and medium-sized towns and the reorganization of mobility at various levels. What are the effects of periurbanization on the different types of mobility in small and medium-sized town centers? And, conversely, what spatial changes do these forms of mobility entail at all of these levels? How are the closures of certain services (hospitals, courts and schools) restructuring mobility at local and regional levels? How is the importance of small and medium-sized towns changing in regional mobility networks and services (TER regional express trains, the so-called “Macron” intercity bus services, car-sharing schemes)? How are local stakeholders factoring mobility issues into the policies implemented at local and regional levels? What strategies are being implemented to meet the populations’ needs or even support new forms of mobility?

These questions should be handled with both quantitative and qualitative approaches, within the context of one or more French regions, chosen for the diversity of urban growth or decline trajectories taken by their small and medium-sized towns, and their importance in the map of service closures (Baudet-Michel et al., 2018) and in the map of mobility services.

Planned collaboration

This research lies within the objectives of the “Networks and territories” and “Mobility” WPs, and in particular the latter’s focus area 4. It will continue, and add a new reference to, a body of research on the decline of shops and services in small and medium-sized towns, conducted in partnership with the CGET and the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, with which collaboration will be pursued. The project also continues on from research conducted with the Forum des Vies Mobiles (SNCF) on changes in the service offering, use of and users of freely-organized intercity bus services (known as “cars MACRON” in French). A partnership with the research department of Kéolis may also be considered.

The contract awardee will be hosted by the Geography-Cities UMR and will receive the UMR’s support for conducting the surveys. Within this UMR, the student will join the research effort on a variety of focus areas (City systems and regional systems in world space) and involving different teams (on the cross-cutting theme of mobility and territoriality).

For this post-doctoral research, the contract awardee will be able to take advantage of the collaborative arrangements made in recent years with researchers from the Université Paris-Est and the Urban Futures LabEx.

Required skills and abilities

The project will require the post-doctoral fellow to measure and locate different forms of mobility using a variety of databases, such as INSEE’s commuting databases, the travel surveys for medium-sized towns, and the medical program information system databases (Agence Technique d’Information Hospitalière) covering travel for hospital treatment. In order to identify local fields of research (and in particular towns in which services were shut down between 2000 and 2016), the post-doctoral fellow will be able to draw on the findings and databases of the program on the withdrawal of services and shops in small and medium-sized towns* (2015-2018).

The post-doctoral fellow should also investigate the possibility of using new sources of information, such as those dealing with the use of car-sharing services. He or she should have proven skills in analyzing flow matrices and be aware of the theoretical issues involved in modeling (gravity model, REILLY’s law and the HUFF model) and flow mapping (BAHOKEN, 2016).
Surveys may also be carried out on areas identified in the Centre and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes regions in order to, on one hand, complement the analysis of mobility using qualitative approaches and, on the other hand, understand the strategies applied by the local stakeholders.

* The program “La rétraction des services et commerces dans les villes petites et moyennes” was the subject of two post-doctoral contracts awarded by LabEx DynamiTe (hospital care) and the CGET-CDC (courthouses). The post-doctoral fellow will be able to draw on the databases produced under these contracts. The findings were presented in a number of colloquia (ASRDLF 2018, SASE 2018, IGU 2018, etc.) and are in the process of being published (Ouvrages, AG, GES).

Additional information

Contract start date: September 2, 2019

Length of contract : 1 year

Post-doctoral fellow’s supervisors:

  • Sophie BAUDET-MICHEL and Christophe QUEVA (“Networks and territories” WP)
  • Sandrine BERROIR and Sylvie FOL (“Mobility” WP)

Host laboratory: UMR Géographie-cités (13 rue du Four – 75006 PARIS) – Collaboration with the Prodig laboratory (Nora MAREÏ)

Net monthly remuneration: Approx. €2,324

Contact:

contact@labex-dynamite.com

Recruitment procedure and schedule

The application must be submitted electronically by application form (http://www.form-labex-dynamite.com/postdoc/en/). It must demonstrate that the candidate fulfils the requirements indicated in the post-doctoral profile (specified tasks and skills). The application will include:

  • a description of the research project (5 pages maximum, if more the application will be refused) specifying the research-related issues, the methodology to be used, a feasibility report and project schedule ;
  • a covering letter;
  • a curriculum vitae;
  • a list of publications with internet links (if available);
  • the doctoral thesis (PDF version);
  • the doctoral thesis defence report (not required for candidates having defended their thesis in a foreign country and for candidates having defended their thesis too recently. The latter will include a letter confirming the forthcoming oral defence of the candidate’s research thesis prior to 24 June 2019);
  • a copy of the doctoral degree (or certificate, the thesis must have been defended fewer than five years ago).

The deadline for the submission of applications is Wednesday, May 8 2019 (inclusive).

The candidate may have the possibility to contact the post-doctoral supervisors before the submissions deadline.
For your information: when the deadline has passed, the LabEx DynamiTe will contact the director(s) of the host unit(s) and will add one letter of invitation to the application.

The successful candidates following the assessment of the applications and interviews (which will take place during the week of 24 June 2019) will be informed of the results from 28 June 2019.

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“MédOc: The malacological approach to relationships between paleoenvironments, climates and societies on the western Mediterranean coast over the last 10,000 years.”

Work-Package: “Environmental change and societies in the past”

The deadline for the submission of applications is Wednesday, 8 May (inclusive).
Recruitment procedure and schedule

Position description

Theoretical field

Recent abstracts on the climate of the Mediterranean zone during the Holocene, i.e. the last 10,000 years, underline considerable variability. This variability is at once temporal (a succession of rapid climate change events, or “RCCs”) and spatial, reflecting a marked regionalization of the environmental responses, which highlight the heterogeneity of the succession of plant covers around the basin’s rim during this period. At the same time, this climatic instability was seen as a major cause of the change in economic resources that led to social disruptions. However, certain research projects show that the man-environment relationships formed during the Postglacial period are more complex and require a regional approach based on detailed case studies, enabling researchers to assess the real environmental impact of the climatic oscillations and the societies’ ability to adapt.

Issues and objectives

Recent research programmes initiated on this topic (Paleomex, INSU-INEE) approached the issue and organized their study zones in selected transects, making it possible to recreate the regional environmental variability and address the question of the relationships between societies and their environments. However, the north-south axis of the western Mediterranean coast remains largely unexplored. This doctoral project aims to fill this gap by systematically documenting this area of the Mediterranean rim. It aims to identify the Holocene paleoenvironmental and paleoclimatic changes at regional level within a precise chronological framework, by acquiring detailed data on key sequences, from the north of Morocco to the Provence region in France. The results will be compared with the archeological data in order to discuss the relationship between the changes observed and the cultural phases that punctuate Mesolithic societies (hunter-gatherer economies), then Neolithic societies (agro-pastoral economies) in this part of the Mediterranean.

Methodology

The practical aspects of this project draw on the strong informational potential of continental malacofaunas. The group of mullusks, whose shells can be classified in a specific rank, is suitable for a detailed paleoecological approach including the reconstruction of plant environments, the evolution of biodiversity and paleographic variations in the distribution of organisms. Moreover, the shells keep well in all carbonate sediments and can offset the current lack of available paleoenvironmental data along the coast of Spain and in North Africa. At the same time, recent research has shown that isotope analyses of shells can be used to reconstruct variations in climate parameters such as temperature, aridity and precipitation regimes.

The study of malacological successions can draw on modern reference bases and species systematics (systematics is the science that organises the classification of taxons) that are well established for the Franco-Spanish zone. However, the enumerations of North African faunas are old, so this project will require the researcher to update the taxonomy – a task that requires a sound knowledge of the naturalist approach. Very few malacological studies have as yet been carried out in Spain and Morocco. Yet these regions hold exceptional potential because of the wealth of their Quaternary material and their current great diversity. The references acquired during this doctorate on the assemblages-environment relationship will form an essential basis for the development of future paleomalacological studies in Spain and Morocco. A naturalist approach is also indispensable for understanding the factors accounting for the variability of the geochemical signal recorded in the shells, which is heavily dependent on the habitat and diet of the selected species. Moreover, isotope studies of shells are often performed, punctually, at archeological levels; this project proposes to set up ongoing analyses throughout the selected sequences in strict correspondence with the study of the faunistic assemblages.

Fields

Six deposits, including four sequences of calcareous tufa spanning all or part of the Holocene in Provence and in Spain (Aragon and Andalusia), were identified and selected for this project during survey missions in 2018; one lacustrine site from the Cardial Neolithic in Catalonia will be diagnosed. Moreover, three sites are already being studied in the north of Morocco; some of them will undergo further research. The tufa sequences, which have great potential for conserving malacological faunas, are also propitious for isotope studies on the calcite making up the tufa. This independent geochemical data will enable the doctoral student to compare and calibrate the data obtained from shells. All of the malacological studies will be incorporated into multidisciplinary teams, giving the doctoral student an appropriate scientific environment (geomorphology, geochemistry, archeology, etc.).

Planned collaboration

Funding

This doctoral project is part of several current or future research programs that will finance field missions and analyses. Most of them focus on one region within the transect under study: Morocco: PALEOMEX Program (INSU-INEE), Maghreb transect (headed by J.F. BERGER, UMR 5600, EVS, Univ. Lyon); Andalusia: “Cuenca de Galera” Program (headed by D. FAUST, T.U. Dresden, Germany); Provence: Funding under consideration by the PACA Region (headed by V. OLLIVIER, UMR 7269, LAMPEA, Univ. Aix-Marseille). ANR JCJC TEECH Project (Tufa as records of European Environments and Climate during the Holocene), headed by J. DABKOWSKI (UMR 8591, LGP, Meudon). Projected funding of the studies on the tufa sequences, which make up the bulk of the corpus of sites for this doctoral topic, in particular a large part of the dating and the geochemical analyses. The student will be encouraged to follow up other possibilities: mobility grants from the University of Paris 1, symposium subsidies from AFEQ, financial support from the LGP, application for Artemis 14C dating, etc.

Inclusion in the topics studied by the WP’s research laboratories

This doctoral project on the relationships between man and his environment is central to the issues addressed by the “Environmental change and societies in the past” WP. It opens onto the research focus areas of the two partner teams: LGP and Trajectoires.

At the LGP, this project is linked to the research focus areas of Topics 1 & 2 (“Environmental responses to the Quaternary climatic dynamics and impact on the populations” and “Anthropization, landscape dynamics and habitat management”). The student will be working in a specialized, multidisciplinary research environment (encompassing malacology, geochemistry and geomorphology) and have access to the necessary facilities (specialized laboratories for malacology, chemistry, sedimentology and palynology). His/her main subject-matter contacts will be N. LIMONDIN-LOZOUET (Malacology) and J. DABKOWSKI (Geomorphology and Geochemistry).

This project lies within the research focus of the Trajectoires laboratory, on the history of societies from 7000 BC to 1000 BC. The doctoral student will be able to draw on the skills and knowledge of colleagues specialized in neolithization in Europe, to guide the discussion and provide a better understanding of the relationships between man and his environment in western Mediterranean protohistoric societies. The student will be supervised by F. GILIGNY.

National and international collaboration

Various collaborative arrangements have been established within the research programs already in progress and during field missions in 2018: Morocco: J.F. BERGER (UMR 5600, EVS, Univ. Lyon), L. BOUDAD & F. SEGAOUI (Univ. Meknes), D. LEFEVRE and B. DEPREUX (UMR 5140, ASM, Univ. Montpellier 3); Andalusia: Dominik FAUST & D. WOLF (T.U. Dresden, Germany), J.M. RECIO-ESPEJO & F. DIAZ del OLMO (Univ. Cordoba); Aragon: A. LUZON & C. ARENAS ABAD (Univ. Zaragoza); Provence: V. OLLIVIER (UMR 7269, LAMPEA, Univ. Aix-Marseille). Contacts have been arranged with colleagues at the CSIC (Barcelona) for studying the Catalan sequence. Isotope analyses of shells will be carried out at the SSMIM (UMR 7203, MNHN) in collaboration with D. FIORILLO.

Required skills and abilities

Required skills

  • A Master’s degree in paleoenvironmental studies, specializing in geography, geomorphology, geology, archeology or biology;
  • research experience in malacological faunas or another bioindicator (determination, taxonomy);
  • field experience (stratigraphy, sampling, geomorphology);
  • good command of specialized software (statistics, drawing, GIS).
    Ability to read, write and speak in English.

Desired skills

  • A basic knowledge of isotope analysis methods would be a plus;
  • for field work, a knowledge of Spanish and/or Arabic would be appreciated.
Additional information

Contract start date: Choice of 02/09/2019 or 01/10/2019

Length of contract : 3 years

Host laboratory: UMR 8591 Laboratory of Physical Geography (1 Place A. Briand – 92190 Meudon)

Thesis supervisors:

  • Nicole LIMONDIN-LOZOUET (Director of research, CNRS – UMR 8591 LGP)
  • François GILIGNY (Professor, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne – UMR 8215 Trajectoires)

Net monthly remuneration: Approx. €1,421 (additional teaching assignments possible).

Thesis registration fees are covered by the LabEx DynamiTe.

Contact:

contact@labex-dynamite.com

Recruitment procedure and schedule

The application must be submitted electronically by application form (http://www.form-labex-dynamite.com/doc/en/). It must demonstrate that the candidate fulfils the requirements indicated in the position profile (specified tasks and skills). The application will include:

  • a description of the doctoral project (2 to 5 pages maximum, if more the application will be refused) indicating the theoretical basis of the research, the research-related issues, the methodology to be used, a feasibility report with a 3-years period and project schedule;
  • curriculum vitae;
  • transcript of higher education record for first year of masters studies (Master 1) and the first semester of research masters (Master 2);
  • a letter of recommendation from the supervisor of the research master’s thesis;
  • a letter confirming the forthcoming defence of the candidate’s master’s thesis (prior to 31 August 2019).It is recommended for the candidate to establish contact with the thesis supervisor in advance.

The deadline for the submission of applications is 8 May 2019 (inclusive).

For your information: When the deadline for applications has passed, the LabEx DynamiTe will contact the director(s) of the potential host unit(s) to add an agreement certificate to the application.

The candidates appointed following the evaluation of the applications and interviews (which will take place during the week of 24 June 2019) will be informed of the results of the application process from 28 June 2019.

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