Paris Seine Graduate School Humanities, Creation and Heritage – PSGS-HCH
Paris Seine Graduate School of Humanities Creation Heritage (PSGS-HCH), award winner of the third programme (PIA3)- (“Investments for the future”), groups together Research and teaching departments in the Human and Social Sciences Cergy-Pontoise University and with four schools active in the field of creation and heritage: l’école nationale supérieure d’architecture de Versailles (ENSAV) –(National School of Architecture of Versailles), l’école nationale supérieure d’arts de Paris-Cergy (ENSAPC) – (Higher National School of Art of Paris , Cergy) , l’école nationale supérieure de paysage de Versailles (ENSP)- (Higher National School of Landscape of Versailles) and l’Institut national du patrimoine (INP)- National Institute of Cultural Heritage), all are members of the « fondation des sciences du patrimoine » – (Foundation for cultural heritage sciences).
Research trough project
Backed by the Comue (Communauté d’universités et établissements) Paris Seine University, the Graduate school will welcome the first students at the beginning of the upcoming academic year to follow a practice-led doctoral degree.
Practice-led research aims to integrate practice (creation, design, conservation-restoration, curation …) into the research process, based on the belief that practice is one channel to produce knowledge, that knowledge should be generated by practice and through practice. It is all about imagining a research process in which practice is the driving force, a source of both the questions and the findings of the research.