Eve Seguin is a professor at the University of Quebec in Montreal, where she teaches political science and social studies as they relate to science and technology. Her research interests include political theories of science and technology, academic mobbing, the political organization of modernity, the politics of exoplanets, the state / science / technology nexus, and the thinking of Bruno Latour, Hannah Arendt and Harold Lasswell.
Written by Eve Seguin
Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 9 May 2019
“Trade union research and action: an exchange of views on academic mobbing”, by Jean-Marie Lafortune and Eve Seguin.
Jean-Marie Lafortune, Eve Seguin
In October 2018, the Quebec Federation of University Professors (FQPPU), affiliated to Education International, published a report entitled “Le mobbing en milieu académique : mieux comprendre le phénomène pour mieux l’enrayer” (“Mobbing in an academic environment: understanding the phenomenon better in order to eradicate it better”). Jean-Marie Lafortune, president of...“Trade union research and action: an exchange of views on academic mobbing”, by Jean-Marie Lafortune and Eve Seguin.