Bio

Delphine Thivet holds a PhD in philosophy (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2008) and a PhD in sociology (EHESS, Paris, 2015). From 2003 to 2004, she held a position as a Young Research Affiliate at the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO, Norway). In 2017, she was a Post-doctoral Researcher at the Center for South Asian Studies (CEIAS) UMR8564 – CNRS/EHESS, taking part in the international collective project research (ANR/DFG) « (New) political representative claims: a global view (France, Germany, Brazil, India, China) » (CLAIMS). She has been Associate Professor at the University of Bordeaux since 2017, in the Department of Sociology of Bordeaux University and has been Deputy Director of the Centre Émile Durkheim, Comparative Political Science and Sociology – UMR5116 (French National Centre for Scientific Research, Sciences Po Bordeaux and Bordeaux University) from 2019 to 2021. Since 2018, she has been an associate researcher at CSH-Delhi (UMIFRE 20, MEAE-CNRS).


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Research

She is currently coordinating various multidisciplinary research programmes on the transition to sustainable agriculture and mitigation to climate change in agriculture.




Other Publications

With Antoine Bernard de Raymond, Un monde sans faim? Gouverner la sécurité alimentaire au 21e siècle, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 2021.

With Veronique Saint-Ges& Corinne Tanguy (ed.), Innovations in Agri-food Systems - International Trends,Journal of Innovation Economics & Management, De Boeck Supérieur 2021, p.1-5.

With Emmanuelle Fillion & Aude Lejeune, « Recenser et prévenir le handicap, plutôt que lutter contre les discriminations. Les référent.es handicap dans la fonction publique française », Alter: European Journal of Disability Research, Elsevier Masson, 2021, 15 (1), p.71-88.

«To “Live a Life of Dignity”: Food Sovereignty, Agroecology and the Power of International Solidarity», in Sujata Dutta Hazarika (ed.), Hunger Games: Warring Farmers and the Violence of Sustenance, Synergy Books India, 2020, p.50-60.

WithJoël Cabalion, « Who Speaks for the Village? Representing and Practicing the “Rural” in India from the Colonial to the Post-Colonial », Introduction, South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal (online), n°21, 2019.

« “Small farms, better food”: Valuing Local Agri-Food Systems in Europe: From European Farmers Coordination to the Nyéléni European Forum for Food Sovereignty », in Valeria Siniscalchi & Krista Harper (ed.), Food Values in Europe, London, Bloomsbury, 2019, p. 95-111.

With Aurélie Cardona, Fanny Chrétien, Benoît Leroux&Fabrice Ripoll (ed.), Dynamiques des agricultures biologiques. Effets de contexte et appropriations, Editions Quae, coll. Sciences en Partage, 2014.

« Défense et promotion des “droits des paysans”aux Nations unies : une appropriation oblique de l'advocacy par La Vía Campesina », Critique Internationale, Presses de sciences po, 2015, 67 (2), p. 67-81.

« Des paysans contre la faim. La “souveraineté alimentaire”, naissance d’une cause paysanne transnationale. Terrains et Travaux : Revue de Sciences Sociales, ENS Cachan, 2012, 20 (1), p. 69-85.

« Peasants’ Transnational Mobilization for Food Sovereignty in La Vía Campesina », inCarole Counihan et Valeria Siniscalchi (ed.), Food Activism: Agency, Democracy and Economy, Londres, Berg Publishers, 2013, p. 193-209.

Une pensée hétérodoxe de la guerre, De Hobbes à Clausewitz, coll. Fondements de la politique, Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 2010.

« Thomas Hobbes: A Philosopher of War or Peace? », British Journal for the History of Philosophy, vol. 16, n° 4, 2008, p. 701-721.