Magali Hardouin

Magali Hardouin is lecturer in geography, with an HDR. She teaches courses at the Training Teachers Institute of Brittany (ESPE) and she is a researcher at the « Espaces et Sociétés » laboratory (UMR CNRS 6590 ESO). Her research focuses on three thematics : « Planning, Prospective Study and Governance », « Geography of School and its Inequalities » and « Geography in School / Didactics of Geography ». Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinarity are important and permanent working methods in her career. She has participated in several French and European programs on the geography of school and its inequalities. She presented an « Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches » (HDR) in October 2017, intitled : « French Higher Education Institutions in the Process of Internationalization of Training and Research : Different Participation Levels. Case Study of a European Program Targeting International Doctorates : the ERASMUS MUNDUS Networks ».

Des fonctions d’un glossaire dans un programme de recherche pluridisciplinaire. Peer review

Exemple du glossaire du programme ANR, « Inégalités éducatives et construction des parcours des 11-15 ans dans leurs espaces de vie ».

Magali HardouinRégis KeerleJean-François ThéminesGérard BoudesseulIsabelle DanicOlivier DavidBarbara FontarChristophe GuibertLionel GuillemotMickaël Le MentecPascal Plantard et Louisa Plouchart-Even | 04.05.2018

From January 2012 till October 2015, the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (a French agency of research) financed a program called INEDUC, which dealt with young people (11-15 years old), their educational disparities and the construction of their pathways in their living spaces. Thirty researchers of several disciplines (geographers, sociologists, researchers of the sciences of the education and the sciences of information and communication) have been involved in this program. They chose voluntarily an interdisciplinary approach. That is why [...]

Les espaces du plaisir.

Analyse géographique des Contes de La Fontaine.

Mathieu Bermann et Magali Hardouin | 22.10.2012

Numerous literary papers focusing on the topic of space have emerged during the past twenty years (Chevalier, 2001, Clerc, 2012, Dupuy, 2009, Lévy, 1999, Lévy, 2006, Lévy-Piarroux, 2003, Manguel, Guadalupi, 1998, Tissier, 1995). In La Fontaine’s Contes, actions and characters are often specifically located in one or several places by the author. Besides, a link between time and space is made in the narrative, and the allusion to space enhances the readability and understanding of the narration. In other [...]