at the University of Neuchâtel

The MAPS is born from the convergence of interests of researchers in social sciences at the University of Neuchatel, and their willingness to strengthen exchanges between their disciplines.
Research undertaken as part of the MAPS are organized around three themes:

  • The circulation of people
  • The circulation of wealth
  • The circulation of knowledge


Activités à la maps

  • Cycle de conférences MAPS 2015

    Innovations sociales - Comment les sciences sociales transforment notre société.

  • Nouveau Working Paper Maps

    Thierry Theurillat (2015). The Creation of Urban Value in China : The Case of the Modernization of Qujing City in Yunnan.

  • Nouvelle Publication

    Janine Dahinden, Kerstin Duemmler & Joëlle Moret (2014). Disentangling Religious, Ethnic and Gendered Contents in Boundary Work: How Young Adults Create the Figure of ‘The Oppressed Muslim Woman’. Journal of Intercultural Studies. 35 (4)

  • Nouvelle publication

    Crettaz, E. and Jacot, C. (2014). Do Family Policies Matter for Educational Outcomes? Patterns of educational mobility and family services in Europe, European Societies

  • Nouvelle Publication

    Khazaei, Faten (2014). « Women’s rights in the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) », Alizés, n°38, p. 9-26

  • Conférence

    Jeudi 8 octobre 2015 - 10h-11h45 - FLSH salle R.S. 38 Prof. Mauro Cozzolino (Université de Salerne - IT) We are the dialogue with our genes : how to use these new neuroscience findings in the everyday educational and health contexts

Cycle de conférences MAPS 2015

La conférence de M. Philippe Lavigne-Delville jeudi 8.10.2015 à 17h45 est déplacée à l' Aula des Jeunes-Rives.