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Vincent MARTIGNY, PhD

Email: vincent.martigny@polytechnique.edu

Homepage: http://www.polytechnique.edu/annuaire/fr/search/user/vincent.martigny

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BACKGROUND


Nationality: French.
Date and Place of birth: 1977 in Reunion Island (France).
Languages: French (native), Creole (Reunion Island, native), English (bilingual proficiency), German (intermediate), Egyptian Arabic (conversational), Classical Arabic (good notions).



PRESENT POSITIONS

Assistant Professor in Political Science, Ecole Polytechnique (2014-present). Researcher at LinX (Laboratoire interdisciplinaire de l’X).



Associate researcher at CEVIPOF (Centre de Recherches Politiques de Sciences Po), Sciences Po Paris (2014-present).
Adjunct Lecturer in French Politics at Sciences Po (Undergraduate and postgraduate levels, 2007-present).
Entitled to apply for French public academic positions (‘Qualification CNU’ competition exam, since March 2013)



PREVIOUS POSITIONS


Teaching and Research Fellow / ATER (Attaché temporaire d’Enseignement et de recherche) in Political Science at Université Paris Est-Créteil (2010-2012).
Adjunct Lecturer in Political Science, Department of Political Science, Université Paris 8 Vincennes/Saint-Denis (2009-2010).



EDUCATION


PhD in Political Science, Sciences Po, Paris (2006-2012).

Dissertation: Le nationalisme culturel français. Récit national et usages politiques de la culture en France (1981-1995) French Cultural Nationalism. The National Narrative and the Politics of Culture in France, 1981-1995. Awarded with Mention très honorable et les félicitations du jury.
Supervisor: Prof. Astrid von Busekist. Examiners: Profs. Herman Lebovics (Distinguished Professor in History, State University of New York at Stony Brook), Yves Déloye (Professor of political science at Sciences Po Bordeaux), Laurent Bouvet (Professor of political science at University of Versailles/Saint-Quentin), Stéphane Dufoix (Lecturer-MCF/HDR in sociology at University of Paris 10-Nanterre)
MPhil. in Political Thought and Intellectual History, University of Cambridge (Trinity Hall, 2000-2001).
MSc. in Comparative Politics, London School of Economics and Political Science (1999-2000).
BA in Political Science, Sciences Po Bordeaux, with a major in political history and political sociology (1996-1999).


PUBLICATIONS



Book

Le nationalisme culturel français. Les origines intellectuelles de l’Exception culturelle, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, Le Fait politique (forthcoming, September 2016, publication contract signed, handed in manuscript).

Dix grandes questions politiques pour 2017 (co-edited with Thomas Wieder), Paris, Editions Fayard, (forthcoming, January 2017, publication contract signed).






Journal issue editor

“Nationalismes ordinaires”, special issue in political science peer-reviewed journal Raisons Politiques (in French), n°37, Spring 2010, pp. 1-146.






Articles



Peer-reviewed journals


  • « Orientalism revamped: Building representations of an Arab-Muslim enemy », Critical Military Studies, October 2016 (forthcoming, article submitted and accepted)




  • ‘Penser le nationalisme ordinaire’ [’How to think banal nationalism?’], Raisons Politiques, no. 37, Spring 2010, pp. 5-16.




  • ‘Le goût des nôtres: gastronomie et sentiment national en France’ [’Gastronomy and nationalism in France’], Raisons Politiques, no. 37, Spring 2010, pp. 39-52.




  • ‘Le débat autour de l'identité nationale dans la campagne présidentielle de 2007: quelle rupture ?’ [’The debate around national identity in the 2007 French presidential campaign: what rupture?’], French Politics Culture and Society, vol. 27, no. 1, Spring 2009, pp. 23-42.




  • ‘The Importance of Culture in Civic Nations: Culture and the Republic in France’, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (SEN), no. 3, December 2008, p 543-559.


Non peer-reviewed journals


  • ‘Faut-il célébrer les vingt ans de l’Exception culturelle ?’ ’Should we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Cultural Exception?’, Le Débat, September 2016 (forthcoming, article accepted).




  • ‘Les primaires et la mort du débat institutionnel’, Le 1, March 2016




  • ‘Jean Lacouture, les paradoxes d’un engagement’, Le 1, March 2015




  • ‘Deux idées fausses sur l’identité’ ’Two false ideas about identity’, Le 1, March 2014.





Dictionary entry



  • La langue française dans la Révolution’ [’The politics of the French language during the Revolution’], with Alice Goheneix, in Steven Clay (Ed.) Dictionnaire de la Révolution Française, Paris, Armand Colin, 2016 (forthcoming, text submitted and accepted).

Reviews

  • François Chaubet and Laurent Martin, Histoire des relations culturelles internationales dans le monde contemporain, in Revue historique, n°664, September 2013.



  • Jytte Klausen, The Cartoons that Shook the World, in Middle-East Journal, vol. 64, n°2, Spring 2010, pp. 318-320.




  • Occasional referee for articles submitted to the peer-reviewed international relations journal Critique Internationale and political theory journal Raisons Politiques (in French).



Unpublished academic works




  • Simon-Nicolas-Henri Linguet (1736-1794) and the Critique of Modern Civilisation: Foreseeing the French Revolution?, under the supervision of Dr. Michael Sonenscher. Dissertation written in part completion for the requirements of the Master of Philosophy in Political Thought, University of Cambridge, 2001.




  • Cultural nationalism in contemporary France (1981-2000), under the supervision of Dr. Erik Ringmar. Dissertation written in part completion for the requirements of the Master of Science in Comparative Politics, London School of Economics, 2000.




  • Les départements d’outre-mer et la coopération régionale : une étude comparée entre la Guadeloupe et La Réunion French overseas departments and regional cooperation: a comparative study of Guadeloupe and Reunion Island, under the supervision of Prof. Christian Coulon. Dissertation written in part completion for the requirements of the diploma of Sciences Po Bordeaux, 1999.






Current works in progress




  • ‘Nationalism and the Left in contemporary France’, article to be submitted to European journal of political research (close from completed).






CONFERENCES





Conferences and Seminars organised




  • 9-11 June 2016: Coordinator of an international conference on ‘Nationalism and the Left in Contemporary Europe’ organized by Ecole Polytechnique-LinX & Sciences Po, with Prof. Gil Delannoi (CEVIPOF-Sciences Po) & Prof. Daphne Halikiopoulou (University of Reading) (forthcoming).




  • 2015: Co-organiser of a joint Sciences Po/Ecole Polytechnique research seminar entitled ‘Democratic identities’. Guest researchers include Prof. Daniel Innenarity (April 2015), Dr. Florent Guénard (May 2015) and Prof. Pierre Rosanvallon (September 2015).




  • 2010-2012: Founder and coordinator of a funded research seminar entitled ‘Nations, nationalisms, national identities’ at Sciences Po-CERI. Organisation and animation of 4 seminar sessions (Guests: Christophe Jaffrelot, Gil Delannoi, Sophie Duchesne, Peggy Levitte, Anne-Marie Thiesse, Herman Lebovics).




  • 2009: Conference on “Les manifestations contemporaines du nationalisme ordinaire” [Contemporary Forms of Banal Nationalism] at Ecole normale supérieure/Sciences Po, co-organised with Hélène Thiollet (Sciences Po) and Etienne Smith (Columbia univ.), May 27th.



Conference, Workshop and seminar papers




  • 2016: ‘Orientalism revamped: Building representations of an Arab-Muslim enemy’, University of Bordeaux, April 4th.

  • 2016: ‘National identity in the 2012 presidential campaign and after: a cross-party stake? The case study of the French flag’, British Political Science Association conference, Brighton, March 22nd.

  • 2016: ‘Identités et représentations de l’Autre : quelques réflexions sur la construction narrative de l’ennemi intérieur’, International conference organized by IRSEM/Ministry of Defence, March 2nd.

  • 2016: ‘Quel récit national après les attentats?’ Resarch conference at Ecole Polytechnique, January 14th.

  • 2015: ‘L’identité nationale comme narration’ National identity as a narrative, Annual conference of the Association française de science politique, Institut d’Etudes Politiques d’Aix-en-Provence (in French), June 24th (forthcoming).

  • 2015: ‘Quelques idées fausses sur l’identité en démocratie’ About a few misconceptions on identity in a democracy, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, April 23rd.

  • 2014: ‘Jean Lacouture et les strates de l’engagement’ Jean Lacouture’s involvement in the anti-colonial struggle, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, November 13th.

  • 2014: ‘Between banal and active nationalism: the ambiguous case study of the politics of Culture in France’, LSE daily symposium on Banal Nationalism, London School of Economics, September 8th.

  • 2013: ‘L’identité nationale dans la campagne 2012: un thème transpartisan?’ National identity in the 2012 French presidential campaign: a cross-party issue?’, Annual conference of the Association française de science politique, Sciences Po (in French), July 11th.

  • 2013: “Making cultural policy a ‘national’ stake: the political centrality of cultural policy under François Mitterrand’s presidency”, International Conference on Public Policies, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Grenoble, June 27th.

  • 2013: “Et si l’identité nationale avait été “inventée” par les socialistes ? Culture française et identité nationale dans les discours des dirigeants du PS 1979-1995” If national identity had been invented by Socialists? French culture and national identity in the discourses of PS leaders 1979-1995, International conference "Identité(s): constructions et reconstructions dans le discours", Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, April 2nd.

  • 2012: ‘Orientalism in contemporary history: the case of the Arab spring seen through European eyes’, Institut du Monde Arabe (IMA) (in French), March 21st.

  • 2012: ‘Comprendre le nationalisme culturel français’ ’Understanding French cultural nationalism’, Centre d’Etudes de la vie politique française (CEVIPOF) general research seminar, Sciences Po (in French), March 20th.

  • 2012: ‘Explaining the differences between the Left and the Right in France’, paper given at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Paris, January 18th.

  • 2011: ‘The “right to difference” and the genesis of French multiculturalism in the 80s’, paper given at the University of California (UC) Paris, October 3rd.

  • 2011: ‘French cultural anti-Americanism’, CERI-Sciences Po Research seminar on North America, Sciences Po, February 11th.

  • 2009: ‘Gastronomie et nationalisme ordinaire dans la France contemporaine’ ’Gastronomy and banal nationalism in contemporary France’, Ecole normale supérieure Paris-Ulm (in French), May 27th.

  • 2009: ‘”Cuisine Française” versus “Mc World”: The Politics of Gastronomy as a Banal Nationalism’s Response to Globalisation in France’, Annual conference of the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism, London School of Economics, April 1st.

  • 2008: ‘Who speaks for France? Defining a “National Discourse” in a Political Science Thesis’, International political science conference ‘Understanding Complexity: Methodology and Research Design in the Social Sciences’, Central European University Budapest, December 12th.

  • 2008: ‘French cultural nationalism as a form of anti-imperialism: defining France as the anti- America’, International Association for the Study of Nationalism/Sciences Po ‘Nations and Empires’, Sciences Po, July 4th.

  • 2008: ‘The Importance of Culture in Civic Nations: Culture and the Republic in France’, Annual conference of the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism (ASEN), London School of Economics, April 16th.

  • 2008: ‘Pluralism versus State Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary France: the Case of the Cité de l’Immigration Museum’, Annual conference of the Association for the Study of Nationalism (ASN) Columbia University, April 10th.

  • 2008, ‘L’identité nationale en France depuis 1981 : des principes théoriques aux débats politiques’ ’National identity in France since 1981: from theoretical principles to political debates’, Ecole militaire/IRSEM research seminar, February 22nd.

  • 2007: ‘Le débat autour de l'identité nationale dans la campagne présidentielle de 2007: une réflexion sur les évolutions du nationalisme français’ ’The debate around national identity in the 2007 French presidential campaign: a reflexion about the evolution of French nationalism’, Graduate Symposium ‘Regime Change in France’: New York University (NYU, in French), November 2nd.

  • 2007: ‘Nationalisme, libéralisme et républicanisme Civique’ ’Nationalism, liberalism and civic Republicanism’, Sciences Po Graduate research seminar in political theory, January 18th.


COLLECTIVE RESEARCH PROJECTS AND AFFILIATIONS



  • Member of the PSA French Politics and Policy Group, Association Nationale des Candidats aux métiers de la science politique (ANCMSP), Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN) and of the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism (ASEN) http://www2.lse.ac.uk/researchAndExpertise/units/ASEN/Home.aspx


SCHOLARSHIPS, GRANTS AND AWARDS



  • Sciences Po Ecole doctorale Funding for the ‘Nations, Nationalisms, National identities’ seminar (2010-2012)

  • CNRS/DGA full PhD Scholarship (2006-2009, 3 yrs)

  • Sciences Po mobility grant (2008)

  • Sciences Po research grant (2006)

  • Trinity Hall research grant, University of Cambridge (2001)

  • Cambridge European Trust Scholarship (2000)



TEACHING



Ecole Polytechnique, 2014-present:

  • Grands enjeux politiques contemporains (undergraduate seminar in French).

  • Vie politique française 1958-2015 (undergraduate seminar in French)


Sciences Po, 2007-present:

  • French politics: understanding the stakes of French political life, 1958-2016 (undergraduate lecture in English, since 2012).

  • Grands enjeux de la politique culturelle en France (graduate seminar in French, since 2014).

  • Introduction à la science politique (undergraduate seminar in French, Spring 2013).

  • Methodology in social sciences and working methods at Sciences Po, (undergraduate intensive seminar in the Sciences Po Welcome Program in English, Since 2011).

  • French Politics, Culture and Society, (undergraduate seminar in English for the Georges Washington University /Sciences Po dual degree, Fall 2012).

  • Methodology in social science and working methods at Sciences Po, (graduate intensive seminar in the Sciences Po Welcome Program in English, Fall 2012).

  • Introduction à la vie politique française depuis 1958 (undergraduate seminar in French with Prof. Dominique Reynié, since 2011).

  • Orientalism Revisited: Representations and Identities in Europe and the Arab World (undergraduate seminar in English, 2007-2010).

  • French Revolution legacies 1789-1799, course assistant of Steven Clay (tutorials, essay marking for undergraduate lecture in English, Spring 2009).


Université Paris Est-Créteil, 2010-2012:

  • Understanding Anglo-Saxon Media (undergraduate course in English, AY 2011-2012)

  • Institutions européennes (undergraduate lecture in French, Spring 2011)

  • Institutions politiques locales (undergraduate lecture in French, Spring 2011)

  • Institutions politiques nationales (undergraduate lecture in French, 2010)

  • Histoire des politiques culturelles en France, 1936-2010 (undergraduate seminar in French, Fall 2010)


Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis, 2009-2010:

  • Nation, culture and representation in Anglo-American political sociology (undergraduate seminar in English, Spring 2010).





THESIS SUPERVISION


  • 2015: Supervisor for 5 executive dissertations 3rd year undergraduate students at Ecole Polytechnique.




  • 2014: Member of a PhD jury for Galina Vinadograva, Modeling and stabilization of sociopolitical networks - application to country coalitions, Ecole Polytechnique/CEVIPOF-Sciences Po.




  • 2010: Supervisor for a 3rd year undergraduate (licence) thesis on “Un cas de nationalisme ordinaire en Norvège: les publicités Freia”, Paris 8 University. Awarded with a Distinction (18/20).





ACADEMIC SERVICE



  • Since 2014: Head of Ecole Polytechnique’ preparation class for ENA competition exam.



  • Since 2013: Elected Vice-president of Sciences Po Conseil de direction (Sciences Po Executive board) for three years.



  • 2011-2014: Chair, Admission Committee for the dual BA degree in Politics and History, Sciences Po/University College of London (UCL) (interviews in London).



  • Since Spring 2011: Chair, Admission Committee for the Sciences Po undergraduate studies (Collège universitaire) and for the CEP/ZEP program (positive discrimination program).



  • Since 2007: Participation to the duties of the undergraduate college of Sciences Po as adjunct instructor: writing letters of recommendation, communicating with students, assessment and administrative matters.


EXPERTISE & PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT





  • Since 2014: Member of the selection board for French-American Camargo Foundation for individual academic fellowship residencies, Cassis, France.



  • March 2016: Les batailles de la culture, main academic expert interviewed for a documentary film on French cultural policy in the 1980s for French TV France 5/ Public Sénat.



  • April-June 2012: Commentaries on the French presidential election elections and formation of the new French government:

- Special guest commentator for BBC Radio 4 programme for the second round of the election « French Election Special Programme », May 6th, 2012: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01h2ljd

- Numerous interviews on French Politics for Radio 4, BBC World, Norwegian media (NTB, Dagsavisen, VG Nett, etc.), Voice of Russia, France 24



  • Since 2008: several interviews in French and international media on national identity in France and French cultural policy: France Inter, France Culture, La Chaine Parlementaire, France O, France 24 (English), BBC World, Radio 4, RTBF.




OTHER POSITIONS HELD



  • Free-lance political consultant for a participatory democracy project led by Guadeloupe local government (Conseil Régional, 2012-2014)



  • Political advisor of the Mayor of the city of Pantin (2005-2007).



  • Freelance consultant on socio-cultural trends in Egypt, RISC Int. Consultancy, Future Trends Department, consultancy firm, Paris, France (2005).




  • Senior Program Manager for the advocacy program against Female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C), Middle East Population Council, Cairo, Egypt (October 2004-May 2005).




  • Deputy Cultural Attaché, French Cultural Centre, French Embassy in Cairo, Egypt (2001-2004).




  • Freelance travel book writer (Egypt, Morocco, Reunion Island, Mauritius, Seychelles), for Michelin Travel books and Gallimard Travel books (1999-2005).



REFERENCES
Prof. Herman Lebovics, Distinguished Professor in History, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, N.Y. 11794-4348, USA. Phone: (631) 632 7500/(631) 476 9598. 

hlebovics@notes.cc.sunysb.eduhttp://stonybrookhistory.org/blog/hermanlebovics
Frédéric Brechenmacher, Associate Professor in History, Head of LinX research lab, Ecole Polytechnique, frederic.brechenmacher@polytechnique.edu
Pascal Perrinneau, Professor of Political Science, Sciences Po-CEVIPOF, 98 rue de l’Université, 75007 Paris, tel.: + 33 145495050, pascal.perrineau@sciencespo.fr
Frédéric Mion, Director of Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris, tel.: + 33 145495050, frederic.mion@sciences-po.fr



Vincent Martigny, PhD






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