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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) This article appears to be an autobiography. Pages that have been extensively edited by the subject or an institution related to the subject may not conform to Wikipedia's neutral point of view policy. Please see the relevant discussion on the talk page. This biography of a living person does not cite any references or sources. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living people that is un-sourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately. (January 2009) Olivier Fillieule is a political scientist and sociologist. Fillieule serves as Senior Researcher at CNRS Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CRPS Paris I Sorbonne-, full time Professor at the Université de Lausanne, and Director of the Institute for Political and International Studies (IEPI- In 1994, Fillieule and Nonna Mayer created the (GERMM-, study and research group of the French Political Science Association. The research group is currently directed by Eric Agrikoliansky, Olivier Fillieule and Nonna Mayer. It focuses on the transformation of militant repertoires and sociography in contemporary Europe. Annual workshops, invitation of Foreign and French researchers, symposiums ; conferences, student tutoring, research activities and publications. In September 2002, Olivier Fillieule created the Lausanne University Research Center on Political Action (CRAPUL- The group’s aim is to assist PhD students and young researchers through frequent workshops, symposiums and conferences. It also has a focus on research. The Center has a strong international orientation. It addresses themes such as political socialization, protest activity, political participation, participation in political parties, trade unions and social movements, lobbying and interest groups. The CRAPUL has grown ever since it’s creation in September 2002, especially regarding conferences, the launching of collective research projects and a new series in social sciences at a Swiss publisher. Olivier Fillieule’s main fields of research and publication refer to : - Social movements theories ; - Sociology of militantism and political activism, interactionists approaches, commitment and disengagement; - gender approaches to social movements and activism; - Collective behavior, demonstrations, maintenance of order, police and repression; - Protests and mobilizations against AIDS, therapeutical activism, commitment in vacine trials; Among his publications are : (With Eric Agrikoliansky and Isabelle Sommier) (eds.), Penser les mouvements sociaux, Conflits sociaux et contestation dans les sociétés contemporaines, Paris, La Découverte. (With Lilian Mathieu and Cécile Péchu) (eds.), Dictionnaire des mouvements sociaux, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 2009. (With Patricia Roux) (eds.), Le sexe du militantisme, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 2009. Fillieule, Olivier, Danielle Tartakowsky, La manifestation de rue, Paris, Presses de Sciences po, coll. Contester, 2008. with Isabelle Sommier and Eric Agrikoliansky) (eds.), La généalogie des mouvements antiglobalisation en Europe. Une perspective comparée, Paris, Karthala, 2007. (With Pierre Favre and Fabien Jobard), L’atelier du politiste. Théories, actions représentations, Paris, La Découverte, 2007. (With Donatella Della Porta), Police et manifestants. Maintien de l’ordre et gestion des conflits, Paris, Presses de sciences po, 2006. (With Eric Agrikoliansky and Nonna Mayer), L'altermondialisme en France. Genèse et dynamique d'un mouvement social, Paris, Flammarion, 2005. (Ed), Le désengagement militant, Paris, Belin, 2005. (With Mounia Bennani-Chraïbi.) (eds.). Résistances et protestations dans les sociétés musulmanes, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 2003. (translation into Spanish, Bellaterra, 2005). (With Christophe Broqua), Trajectoires d’engagement. AIDES et Act Up, Paris, Textuel, coll portraits d’associations, October 2001. Stratégies de la rue. Les manifestations en France, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 435 p. February 1997. (Ed), Sociologie de la protestation. Les formes contemporaines de l'action collective en France, Paris, L'Harmattan, collection Dossiers, 300 p., nov 1993. (With Cécile Péchu), Lutter ensemble. Les théories de l'action collective, Paris, L'Harmattan, collection Logiques politiques, 221 p., March 1993. Edited Journal Issues (With Lilian Mathieu and Patricia Roux), “Militantisme et hiérarchies de genre”, special issue, Politix, forthcoming in June 2007. (With Fred Eboko, Frédéric Bourdier, Christophe Broqua) (ed.), “Mobilisations collectives face au sida dans le monde : translations internationales et dynamiques locales”. Face à face : regards sur la santé, n° 7, 2005 PDF : (With Eric Agrikoliansky and Nonna Mayer), “Militants de l’altermondialisme”, special issue, Politix, n°5, December 2005. (With Nonna Mayer), “Devenirs Militants”, Revue Française de Science Politique, vol. 51, n° 1, 2001. Recent journal articles and book chapters (With Philippe Blanchard), “A new tool for exploring transnational activism?” in Simon Teune (ed), “The Transnational condition. Protest Dynamics in an Entangled Europe”, Berghan’s “Protest, Culture and Society”, Series vol. 4, Due to be published in August 2010. “Some Elements of an Interactionnist Approach to Political Disengagement”, Social movement studies, 01.2010 “De l’objet de la définition à la définition de l’objet. De quoi traite finalement la sociologie des mouvements sociaux?”, Politique et société,Vol. 28, numéro 1, 2009, p. 15-36 « Emergence et développement des mobilisations», in Antonin Cohen, Bernard Lacroix & Philippe Riutort (coord.), Manuel de science politique, Paris, La Découverte, 2009. p. 11-22. Most of these publications can be downloaded on Fillieule's personal website, along with many other contributions. 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