Sophie Némoz

Sophie Némoz is an associate professor at the University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté and a scientific member of the Laboratory of Sociology and Anthropology(LaSA EA3189 - UBFC). She is responsible for the bachelor level degrees in sociology (BSc, BS) within the Faculty of Language, Human and Social Sciences. As a successful candidate in the doctoral competition of ADEME, jointly funded by the PUCA, the author defended in 2009, at the Paris Descartes - Sorbonne University, a thesis on professional and domestic practices of sustainable housing, comparing the situtations between France, Finland and Spain. After her postdoctoral researches at the Institute for Environmental Management and Territorial Planning (IGEAT - University of Brussels, 2010-2011), she was an associate professor at the University of Versailles Sant-Quentin-en-Yvelines, within the international chair of eco-innovations. Co-responsible for the scientific networks dedicated to the environment and risks in the French and European sociological associations (RT38 AFS ; RN 12 ESA), her research questions the dynamics shaping the transformation of territories at different spatial and temporal scales.

Revisiter le renouvellement urbain et sa fabrique temporelle. Peer review

Un nouvel espace de connaissance de la rénovation de l’habitat social ?

Sophie Némoz | 09.08.2019

The paper questions the everyday life of an urban area whose renewal is part of a project to achieve a « sustainable habitat ». This empirical research has a double purpose. On the one hand, it is a matter of restoring the worlds experienced by the inhabitants and professionals as the lifetime of the so-called and qualified housing. On the other hand, we aim to open up the debate on what the researcher produces through the repeated presence on [...]