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    1951-2001 : The Colonial Situation

    1951-2001 : Transatlantic Perspectives on The Colonial Situation

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    Publié le mardi 10 avril 2001 par Marin Dacos

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    New York University - Institute of French Studies 1951-2001 : Transatlantic Perspectives on The Colonial Situation April 27 and 28, 2001 La Maison Française, 16 Washington Mews (corner of University Place) Friday, April 27 9 :30 am In

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    New York University - Institute of French Studies

    1951-2001 : Transatlantic Perspectives on The Colonial Situation

    April 27 and 28, 2001

    La Maison Française, 16 Washington Mews

    (corner of University Place)

    Friday, April 27

    9 :30 am Introduction

    Georges Balandier (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris)

    La situation coloniale: ancien concept, nouvelle réalité

    10 :00 am Keynote Lecture

    Ann Laura Stoler (University of Michigan)

    French Racial Politics and Colonial Aphasia : The Politics of Comparison

    11 :15 am to 1 :00 pm Session I : Gendering Colonial Situations

    Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch (Université Paris VII)

    The Colonial Experience of Women in Subsaharan Africa

    Julia Clancy-Smith (University of Arizona)

    Reflections on Women/Gender in the History and Historiography of Colonial North Africa

    Chair : Edward Berenson (New York University)

    Discussant : Shiva Balaghi (New York University)

    2 :30 pm to 5 :30 pm Session II : Situating Colonial Knowledge

    Alice L. Conklin (University of Rochester)

    The Musée de l Homme and "la situation coloniale"

    Benoît de l Estoile (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris)

    Anthropology in Action : Colonial Situation and Scientific Revolution

    Emmanuelle Sibeud (Université Paris-VIII)

    L'ethnographie coloniale entre inauthenticité et empathie

    Chair : Eric Fassin (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris)

    Discussant : Herman Lebovics (SUNY at Stony Brook)



    Saturday, April 28

    10 :00 am to 1 : 00 pm Session III: Codifying Violence in the Colonial Situation

    Isabelle Merle (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Marseille)

    Retour sur le " Code de l Indigénat " : réflexions autour des principes répressifs dans l Empire Français.

    Mamadou Diouf (University of Michigan)

    Assimilation Policy, Identity and Citizenship in the French Colonial Empire. A Case Study of the Senegalese "Quatre Communes".

    Emmanuelle Saada (New York University)

    The Empire of Law: Dignity, Prestige and Domination in the Colonial Situation

    Chair : Herrick Chapman (New York University)

    Discussant : Mahmood Mamdani (Columbia University)

    2 :30 pm to 5 :30 pm Session IV : (Post)colonial historiographies

    Edward Berenson (New York University)

    Was There a Holocaust in the Congo of King Leopold II?

    François Pouillon (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris)

    La situation post-coloniale : enseignements d une enquête sur la peinture algérienne

    Frederick Cooper (University of Michigan)

    Decolonizing Situations : The Rise, Fall and Rise of Colonial Studies (1951-2001)

    Chair : Emmanuelle Saada (New York University)

    Discussant : Mohamed Mbodj (Manhattanville College)

    This Conference is a French Accents Event.

    All the events are free and open to the public.

    No reservation is required.

    This conference is organized by Emmanuelle Saada and coordinated by Jasmine El-Yabouri.

    This event is made possible through the generous support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, the Hagop Kevorkian Center and the Departments of History, Sociology and Anthropology of New York University.

    For more information, call (212) 998 87 54

    Lieux

    • New York
      New York, États-Unis

    Dates

    • vendredi 27 avril 2001

    Source de l'information

    • H-France #
      courriel : cfdks [at] eiu [dot] edu

    Pour citer cette annonce

    « 1951-2001 : The Colonial Situation », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mardi 10 avril 2001, http://calenda.org/186289