Cycling Ph.D is a space dedicated to my reflexive journeys into local stories from “yonder”, from the margins, from the non-western worlds. My name is Tanguy Sandré. I share my musings, my field experiences between France, Inuit Nunaat (Greenland) and Norway.
I am a European research on my second year of Ph.D at the University of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (Université Paris-Saclay) and at the University of Bergen (Norway). With a degree in sociology and heterodox economics, I have become accustomed to the theme of adaptation to climate change and the Arctic regions. I worked in Durban (South Africa), then at the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs where I coordinated two international conferences (Arctic Week 2018 and 2019). More recently, my last six-month cycling adventure (Cyclope) aimed to collect local stories of changes through Europe. I am now working on resilience in the Arctic within the international projects SeMPER-Arctic. and PREFER. My research interests notably include: the plurality of knowledge, critical ethnography, sociology of sciences, issues of adaptation and resilience.
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