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Critical Approaches to Security in Europe

Rencontres doctorales Européennes sur le thème de la Sécurité

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Publié le vendredi 03 juin 2005 par Natalie Petiteau

Résumé

Dans le cadre du programme Européen de recherche COST, la Chaire Jean Monnet de Sciences Po, présidée par Renaud Dehousse, et le programme Challenge, dirigé par Didier Bigo, organisent des rencontres doctorales autour du theme: « Approches Critiques de la Sécurité en Europe ». La conférence de trois jours aura lieu au Centre d'Etudes européennes de Sciences Po en présence des professeurs les plus en vue dans le champ des études critiques de la sécurité.

Annonce

Dans le cadre du programme Européen de recherche COST, la Chaire Jean Monnet de Sciences Po, présidée par Renaud Dehousse, et le programme Challenge, dirigé par Didier Bigo, organisent des rencontres doctorales autour du theme: « Approches Critiques de la Sécurité en Europe ». La conférence de trois jours aura lieu au Centre d'Etudes européennes de Sciences Po en présence des professeurs les plus en vue dans le champ des études critiques de la sécurité : entre autres : Ole Waever, Michael Williams, Jef Huymans et Didier Bigo. La conférence réunira plus de 30 étudiants doctoraux venant de plus de 12 institutions européennes. Pour plus de renseignements se rendre sur le site internet de la conférence : http://www.portedeurope.org/rubrique.php3?id_rubrique=531〈=fr

L'évènement est bien sur ouvert au public dans la mesure des places disponibles.

Contacts : Stephan Davidshofer stephan.davidshofer@sciences-po.org ou Francesco Ragazzi francesco.ragazzi@sciences-po.org


DAY 1 / THURSDAY, JUNE 16th

09:30 Welcome coffee

10:00 Welcome speech by the conference organizers:

Prof. Renaud Dehousse (Head of Sciences Po Jean Monnet Chair)

Prof. Didier Bigo (COST programme & Challenge programme),

Prof. Marc Lazar (Dean of Sciences Po's Ecole Doctorale)

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Introductory lecture:

Copenhagen : Ole Waever (non-COST expert)

Aberystwyth : Michael Williams (non-COST expert)

Paris : Didier Bigo, Jef Huymans (Both COST Network)

13:00 Lunch

(SESSION 1 / STRUCTURATION OF THE (IN)SECURITY FIELD)

14:30 Panel n°1: Language and context in the social construction of insecurity

Discussant: Ole Waever (University of Copenhagen/Non-COST Expert)

Balzacq Thierry (Chargé de recherches, CEPS )

Information, Perception, Security: The Contextual Bases of Threat Politics

Léonard Sarah (University of Wales, Aberystwyth )

“Opening the black box of ‘securitization’. What are securitizing actors ‘really’ doing?”

16:00 Coffee break

16:30 Panel n°2: Three schools of security studies and their understanding of politics

Discussant: Michael Williams (Universty of Wales, Aberystwyth/Non-COST expert)

Taureck Rita (The University of Birmingham )

‘Positive and negative Securitisation - Bringing together securitisation theory and Welsh School Critical security studies’

Aradau Claudia (The Open University/King’s College London )

‘Copenhagen, Paris, Aberystwyth – three schools, one politics?’

DAY 2 / FRIDAY, JUNE 17th

09:00 Welcome coffee

(SESSION 2 / EU & SECURITY)

09:30 Panel n°3: Orders 1 : The role of experts and expert knowledge

Discussant: Didier Bigo (Sciences Po / COST)

Basaran Tugba (Cambridge )

European Security Discourses: The Role of Expert Knowledge

Kaunert Christian (University of Wales Aberystwyth )

The Copenhagen School and the European Union: adapting the securitisation framework to complex institutional structures

11:00Coffee break

11:30 Panel n°4: Borders 1 : EU, Internal security and migration

Discussant: Elspeth Guild (University of Nijmegen/COST Network)

Hovdal Moan Marit (Norwegian University of Science and Technology )

Social processes of making and unmaking of boundaries

Mervola Markus (University of Tampere /Open University )

Production of illegal immigration: - On Political Rationalities of Migration Control -

13:00Lunch

14:30 Panel n°5: Borders 2 : Neighbourhood policy and securitization

Discussant: Augustin Domingo (Université de Valencia/COST Network)

Jakniunaite Dovile (Vilnius University )

Constructing the neighbouring space

Jeandesboz Julien (Sciences Po (Master) )

The European neighbourhood policy: analysing the securitisation(s) of the Union’s ‘external border’

16:00Coffee break

16:30 Panel n°6: Orders 2 : External security policy and the notion of field

Discussant: Vivenne Jabri (King's College/not COST)

Loisel Sébastien (Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris )

Securitisation processes in the formulation of European foreign and security policy in sub-Saharan Africa

Davidshofer Stephan (Sciences-Po (Paris) )

Crisis management as the EU 'added value': Constructing EU's international identity through security

DAY 3 / SATURDAY, JUNE 18th

09:00 Welcome coffee

09:30 Panel n°7: Identity 2 : Security, citizenship and minorities

Discussant: Grazina Miniotaite (University of Vilnius/COST Network)

Matti Jutila (University of Helsinki )

Desecuritizing Minority Rights: Against Determinism

Tönsmann Susanne (University of Hannover )

Securitizing Citizenship: the Construction of Non-citizens as a Threat to Security in Latvia

11:00Coffee break

11:30 Panel n°8: Identity 1 : Citizenship and security

Discussant: Peter Burgess (PRIO/COST Network)

Ragazzi Francesco (Sciences-Po )

Diaspora politics: the other side of the securitization of citizenship

Guillaume Xavier (Université de Genève )

Securitizing identity: citizenship and contemporary European politics of alterity

13:00Lunch

(SESSION 3 / POWER/KNOWLEDGE)

14:30 Panel n°10: Power/knowledge : theory and practice, scholars and politics

Discussant: Jef Huysmans (Open University/COST network)

Villumsen Trine (University of Copenhagen )

A field of European security: The problem of studying the theory and practice of European security.

Buger Christian (Frankfurt )

The devil and the deep blue sea: How security experts securitize and how they might avoid it.

Catégories

Lieux

  • Paris, France

Dates

  • jeudi 16 juin 2005

Contacts

  • Francesco Ragazzi
    courriel : francesco [dot] ragazzi [at] sciences-po [dot] org
  • Stephan Davidshofer
    courriel : stephan [dot] davidshofer [at] sciences-po [dot] org

Source de l'information

  • Francesco Ragazzi
    courriel : francesco [dot] ragazzi [at] sciences-po [dot] org

Pour citer cette annonce

« Critical Approaches to Security in Europe », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le vendredi 03 juin 2005, http://calenda.org/190310