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Publié le vendredi 19 mai 2006 par Natalie Petiteau

Résumé

Colloque organisé par l'International association for the history of crime and criminal justice (IAHCCJ), le Groupe européen de recherche sur les normativités (GERN) et la Fondation de la maison des sciences de l'homme (Paris).

Annonce

Colloque international organisé sous la houlette de:

NTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE HISTORY OF CRIMEAND CRIMINAL JUSTICE (IAHCCJ)

GROUPE EUROPÉEN DE RECHERCHE SUR LES NORMATIVITÉS (GERN)

FONDATION DE LA MAISON DES SCIENCES DE L'HOMME (PARIS):

'CRIME, MIGRATIONAND ETHNICITY'


Maison des Sciences de l'HommeParis, 8-10 June, 2006

Co-organisers/co-organisateurs :Clive Emsley (Open University)Barry Godfrey (Keele University)René Lévy (GERN, CNRS)Ajay Mehra (CPA)

Avec le concours de/with the support of :British AcademyProgramme franco-indien (MSH)Ministère des Affaires étrangèresOpen University - Keele UniversityLeverhulme TrustIndian Council for Cultural Relations

Session 1: Ethnicity and Crime
8 June
Chair : Barry Godfrey

2.00 Introduction to the symposia by the organisers
2.30 Peter King: Crime, Ethnicity and Justice in late Eighteenth-century England
3.00 Amit Prakash: Crime, ethnicity & migration: theoretical underpinnings
3.30 John Walton: Basques and others: migration and crime in Guipúzcoa and Vizcaya provinces, northern Spain, 1876-1936
4.00 Ajay Mehra: Migration, Crime and Civic Life
4.30 - 5.30 Questions to the speakers, and discussion (initiated by Eugene McLaughlin)

Session 2 and 3: Migration and Policing
9 June
9.00 Coffee
Chair : René Lévy

9.30 Paul Lawrence: Public Opinion, Immigration and the Police in England and France, 1919-1939
10.00 Mahendra Lama : Migration, security and the State responses in South Asia
10.30 Questions to the speakers, and discussion initiated by Sophie Body- Gendrot
11.00 Coffee break
Chair : Partha Ghosh
11.30 Gita Gudihal: Migration, Integration, Adaptation Of The Adivasis Of Assam and the Myth of Acceptance
12.00 Arnaud Sauli/Alexandre Soucaille : « Il faut immobiliser la société ». La figure criminelle et ses modes de gestion dans l'Inde coloniale et post-coloniale
12.30 Questions to the speakers, and discussion (initiated by Amit Prakash)
 
1.00 -2.30 Lunch

Chair : Clive Emsley

2.30 Jim Whitfield: Community, Colonials and the Law: policing and the emergence of multi-ethnic Britain
3.00 Emmanuel Blanchard : Ethnicisation ou politisation des pratiques policières ? L'exemple de la police des Algériens à Paris (1944-1954)
3.30 Questions to the speakers, and discussion (initiated by Fabien Jobard OR Bill Dixon)
4.00 Tea break

Chair : Sophie Body-Gendrot

4.30 - Hugues Lagrange : Socialisation des adolescents et délinquance : les enfants issus des familles africaines noires 5.00 - Fabienne Brion : D'un peuple, l'autre. Démocratie, crime et migration
5.30 Questions to the speakers, and discussion (initiated by Fabien Jobard OR Bill Dixon)

6.15 Break up

Conference Dinner

10th June
Chair : Ajay Mehra

9.30 David Gadd: Racism, miscegenation, and the murder of Zahid Mubarek
10.00 Jef Huysens: Counter-terrorism, immigration and asylum in the UK since September 2001
10.30 Susanne Karstedt: Exit, Voice and Loyalty: Emigration and Social Crisis in 19th century South-West Germany
11.00 Partha Ghosh: Politics of Competing Ethnicity and Violence: Experience of Indias North East
11.30 Questions to the speakers, and discussion (initiated by René Lévy)
12.00-12.30 Ending comments by organisers/ Informal lunch/symposia ends

Maison des sciences de l'Homme/ British Academy Symposia8-10 June 2006Invitations for Paris

Catégories

Lieux

  • Paris, France

Dates

  • lundi 08 mai 2006

Contacts

  • R. Levy
    courriel : rlevy [at] cesdip [dot] com

Source de l'information

  • Michel Porret
    courriel : michel [dot] porret [at] unige [dot] ch

Pour citer cette annonce

« Crime, migration and ethnicity », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le vendredi 19 mai 2006, http://calenda.org/191596