The CRISS brings together LARSH researchers and doctoral students in management, and in the areas of management and management, geography, planning, history, archaeology and the arts, and foreign and regional cultures.
Now a department of LARSH, it was previously a laboratory that itself resulted from the merger of the Institute of Development and Prospective (IDP) laboratory with the teacher-researchers in history, geography, and civilizations of the Cultures, Arts, Literatures, History, Imaginaries, Societies, Territories, and Environment (CALHISTE) laboratory.
The CRISS brings together 87 teacher-researchers, University Professors and Lecturers and 55 PhD students. Its preferred scientific themes are declined in its 4 research axes :
- Territories : environment, resources, mobility,
- Organizations : contracts, institutions, risks,
- Identites : cultures, memories, valuation,
- Powers : knowledge, actors, arbitrations
A breeding ground for projects for LARSH
In addition to its internally developed programs, the CRISS has a vocation to participate in the creation and development of research axes within the LARSH Transversal Pole. via, in particular, the Spatial Intelligence Chair and the Observatory of Extremism and Emerging Signs (OESE) originally hosted within the department itself.
It is also a matter of promoting participation in research projects internal to the institution, national or international in collaboration with teacher-researchers from other departments. The participation of CRISS representatives in the scientific governance bodies of the Transversal Pole also aims to contribute to the overall scientific project of LARSH.
The participation of CRISS representatives in the scientific governance bodies of the Transversal Pole also aims to contribute to the overall scientific project of LARSH.