Castel, Robert 1933-
CASTEL, Robert 1933-
PERSONAL: Born March 27, 1933, in Brest, France. Education: University of Strasbourg, Licence de Philosophie; Sorbonne, University of Paris, Agrégation des Philosophie and Doctorat d'Etat de Lettres et Sciences Humaines.
ADDRESSES: Home—8 rue Falguiere, 75015 Paris, France. Office—Centre d'Études des Mouvements Sociaux, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 54 bd. Raspail, 75006 Paris, France; fax: 00-33-14-954-2670. E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: University of Lille, Lille, France, associate professor of philosophy, 1962-67; University of Paris, Sorbonne, Paris, France, associate professor of sociology, 1967-68; University of Paris VIII, Paris, associate professor, 1968-72, professor of sociology, 1973-90, director of studies at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, 1990—, and director of Centre d'Études du Centre des Mouvements Sociaux. Mission interministerielle Recherche-experimentation, president of scientific council.
MEMBER: Societe internationale de sociologie de langue française, Societe international de sociologie, Societe française de sociologie.
AWARDS, HONORS: Officier des Palmes académiques, 1995; D.H.C., University of Lausanne, 1996, and University of Buenos Aires, 1999
Le Psychanalysme, Editions Maspero (Paris, France), 1973.
L'Ordre psychiatrique et le pouvoir, Editions de Minuit (Paris, France), 1976, translation by D. W. Halls published as The Regulation of Madness, Polity Press (Cambridge, England), 1988.
La Gestion des risques, Editions de Minuit (Paris, France), 1981.
(With others) Le Parler frais d'Erving Goffman: Colloque de Cerisy, Editions de Minuit (Paris, France), 1989.
(With J. F. Lae) Le Revue minimum d'insertion: Une Dette sociale, L'Harmattan (Paris, France), 1991.
Les Metamorphoses de la question sociale: Une Chronique du salariat, Fayard (Paris, France), 1995.
(With C. Haroche) Propriété privee, propriété sociale, propriété de soi, Fayard (Paris, France), 2000.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Times Literary Supplement, June 18, 1982.
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