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Edition 2024 des Rencontres du CETOBaC – 26 avril 2024

L’édition 2024 des Rencontres du CETOBaC, organisées en collaboration avec le CEFRES (Prague), se tiendra le 26 avril 2024, sur le Campus Condorcet, au    bâtiment  de  recherche Nord, salle 0.010, de 9h à 19h.


 

PROGRAMME :

9h-9h15 : Accueil
09h15-09h30 : Introduction
Marc AYMES, Centre d’études turques, ottomanes, balkaniques et centrasiatiques (CNRS / EHESS, CETOBaC)
Mateusz CHMURSKI, Centre français de recherche en sciences sociales (CEFRES)
09h30-11h : ‘Post-’. Penser le présent par le passé
Modération : Emmanuel SZUREK (EHESS, CETOBaC)

  • Adrian BRISKU (Université Charles / Ilia State University), Imperial Political-Economic Legacies in New (Inter)national Economic Order: Albania, Czechoslovakia, and Georgia’s Foreign Trade Discourse and Policy after the Great War
  • Václav ŠMIDRKAL (Académie tchèque des sciences / Université Charles), ‘Post-’ and ‘Trans-’: the Legal Status of World War II veterans in Czechia after 1989
  • Jelena BOŽOVIĆ (CEFRES / Charles University), Languages in a post-conflict multiethnic society: The interplay of official and unofficial policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina

11h00-11h30 : pause
11h30-13h : Mémoires. Penser le passé dans le présent
Modération : Lucie DRECHSELOVÁ (EHESS, CETOBaC)

  • Marie ČERNÁ (Académie tchèque des sciences), The Czechoslovak Prague Spring of 1968 from the point of view of local communist actors
  • Anna HULÁKOVÁ (Université Charles), Situated Knowledge, Feminist Frameworks of Analysis and Women’s Representation in the Post-Soviet Central Asia
  • Camille LEPRINCE (EHESS, CETOBaC), Apocalypse : emplois et enjeux d’un référent d’une sortie de la civilisation en Syrie

Pause déjeuner
14h30-16h : Penser les violences génocidaires et de masse : hier, aujourd’hui
Modération : Xavier BOUGAREL (CNRS, CETOBaC)

  • Elif KARAKAYA (Rochester University / CETOBaC), Unfinished Empire: Place and Memory in Post-Ottoman Visual Art
  • Kateřina KRÁLOVÁ (Université Charles), Holocaust Ruins: Ethnography of Hirsch quarter in Thessaloniki
  • Özgür Sevgi GORAL (Gerda Henkel Stiftung / CETOBaC), Our Wound Runs Deep: Colonial Aphasia and the Memory Field in Turkey

16h30-18h : Dans les coulisses du documentaire politique
Modération : Ilshat SAETOV (EHESS, CETOBaC)
Projection de Robert MIHÁLY, The Best Corner in the World (2022), 25’, et projection et débat en présence de la réalisatrice Sibil ÇEKMEN, Sur les traces des documentaires manquants (en préparation en 2024), 14’.
18h : Cocktail de clôture

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Aides à la mobilité pour doctorants: CEFRES – Prague

Le CEFRES offre des aides à la mobilité d’un an à des doctorant(e)s en 2e année de thèse ou plus inscrit(e)s dans une université en France, Hongrie, Pologne, République tchèque ou Slovaquie. Les travaux des doctorant(e)s doivent s’inscrire dans l’un des axes de recherches du CEFRES. Le montant des aides est de 300 000 CZK pour 12 mois. Période de la mobilité au CEFRES : 1er sept. 2024 – 31 août 2025.

La date limite d’envoi des candidatures est le 17 mars 2024. Pour plus d’informations, et pour télécharger le dossier de candidature, voir le site du CEFRES.

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Dynamics of Political Participation: Disciplinary knowledge through the prism of “area studies”

PhD student workshop

September 26, 2023 (10:00-17:00)

Location: CEFRES, Na Florenci 3 (Prague)

(with a possibility of online participation)

This workshop aims to bring together Ph.D. students (exceptionally also advanced Master’s students) around the theme of political participation understood broadly. It invites the participants to reflect on how their knowledge situated within “area studies” (including Central Europe, the Middle East, the Americas…) speaks to theories and concepts of the disciplines they mobilize. 

Organized one year after the international conference “Knowledge and Know-How Situated: Humanities and Social Sciences and the World” which took place in November 2022 in Paris, this doctoral students’ workshop pursues – from Prague – the reflection about “area studies”. The theme indeed has a different resonance in Prague than in Paris: our debates shall draw on the strong philological tradition of the Central European area studies while also departing from it in order to analyse the relationship between disciplinary knowledge and situated knowledge.

The workshop participants are invited to reflect on the dynamics of political participation through two non-exclusionary lenses:

1) Norms and transgressions – exploring the tensions between disciplinary knowledge and situated knowledge based on one’s fieldwork. How does “situated” fieldwork and/or archival work speak to the universalizing concepts informing the disciplines of history, sociology, political science, or gender studies? What tensions arise between the application of concepts into one’s “area” and the capacity of the latter to generate theoretical claims? To put it simply, what can “area studies” teach to the disciplines in order to advance our understanding of processes of political participation?

2) Positionality – Secondly, the workshop invites participants to critically assess their own positionality. Positionality is at the core of situated research. The participants should go beyond a static enumeration of identity markers (gender, sexual orientation, religion, citizenship, ethnicity, class…) and shall rather show how these operate during their data collection as well as during the dissemination of their research. To what extent can a thorough reflection on researcher’s positionality be at the forefront of decolonizing the approaches to political participation in non-Western contexts? Continuer la lecture de Dynamics of Political Participation: Disciplinary knowledge through the prism of “area studies”

SUMMER SEMINAR ON NATIONALISM, RELIGION AND VIOLENCE IN EUROPE

The Summer Seminar on Nationalism, Religion and Violence in Europe (NRVSS 2018) organized by the Charles University in Prague and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, supported by the CEFRES–French Research Center in Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Slavonic and East European Studies (UCL), University of Birmingham, Humboldt University of Berlin and the Institute for the Study of Strategic Regions is ready to launch its sixth year!

31 March 2018: Deadline for those needing visas for the Czech Republic
30 April 2018: Final application deadline

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