dimanche 30 septembre 2012

ένας πολύ φορτωμένος Οκτώβρης. συνέδρια που ενδιαφέρουν.


1. Colloque: "Le Kurdistan d’Irak : une entité territoriale en construction", Lyon, 
2-3 octobre 2012

Colloque organisé par l’Ifpo, le Gremmo et l’Université de Salahedin d’Erbil (Irak).
Information http://www.ifporient.org/en/node/1137


2. International Congress: "Inverted worlds" - Congress on Cultural Motion in the
Arab Region, Orient Institut Beirut, 4-8 October 2012

The  Congress aims to explore arenas and manifestations of cultural change effective
in the eventful and disruptive outbursts of the Arab spring. It addresses the
manners and means of articulation and self-imaging, the medial catalysts of change,
the framing that encourages both mobilization and individual action towards change,
the tools and inspirations of nonviolent resistance. The metaphor of inversion
relates to both the moment when established orders were toppled, and the momentum
carrying cultural change in the region. Over the five days of the congress, artists,
activists and academics engage in debate and exchange.

Program and further Information


3. Conference: " Europe and the New Mediterranean: Crisis as an Opportunity",
Barcelona, 5 October 2012

Des analystes et des experts tels Mensur Akgün (Global Political Trends, Turquie),
Angus Blair (Signet Institute, Égypte), Salman Shaikh (directeur Analysts and
experts such as Mensur Akgün (Global Political Trends, Turkey), Angus Blair (Signet
Institute, Egypt), Salman Shaikh (Director of the Brookings Doha Centre, Qatar) and
Claire Spencer (Chatham House), among others, will participate in this public debate
that will open the annual EuroMeSCo conference in Barcelona. Coordinated by the
IEMed, EuroMeSCo is the main network of research centres and institutes on politics
and security in the Mediterranean.



4. Second Euro-Mediterranean Regional Conference: “The City, Living Heritage”, Salé,
Morocco, 11-12 October 2012

The aim of this meeting is to encourage the exchange of ideas, experiences and
knowledge on the theme of heritage as an identitary resource for social, cultural
and economic cohesion that promotes sustainable development at local level. The
objective is to share experiences, create Euro-Mediterranean synergies and promote
interregional dialogue.



5. Conference: "A Worldwide Literature: Jāmī (1414-1492) in the Dār al-Islām and
Beyond", University of Chicago, 18-19 October 2012

This project is an attempt to gather in one place a wide array of specialists
dealing with the reception of a luminary of this period: ‘Abd al-Raḥmān Jāmī. We
will provide an analysis of the reception of his works, not only in the
Persian-speaking and -writing circles, but also in traditions using other languages
as a means of literary expression.

Information http://lucian.uchicago.edu/blogs/jamidaralislam/


6. Colloque: "Halal in All its Forms. Issues of Halal Consumption in the West and in
the Context of a Muslim Minority", Université  du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM), 24-25
October 2012

Information http://calenda.org/209477


7. Eurel Conference 2012, "Religion and Territory", Manchester, 25-26 October 2012

The conference is jointly organized by the Eurel network of sociologists and legal
scholars of religion, and CRESC (Center for Research on Socio-Cultural Change).

The empirical and quantitative study of religious geography is a new subject with
much opportunity with the continual development of technical and conceptual tools.
Following the ‘spatial turn’, we have much to learn about the spatial mechanisms of
religious change. Although significant progress has been made in the wider field of
religious geography, there is considerable scope for further research into the
spatial analysis of religious data using formal methods: a new and promising field.

Information http://eurel.sciencesconf.org/?lang=en


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