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  • Paris

    Journée d'étude - Histoire

    Populism in Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th Century

    Since the 1990s, several political movements qualified as “populist” have emerged in Central and Eastern Europe, drawing the attention of political scientists. If we want to understand why these movements exercise such attraction and why they are so relentless in this space, it is necessary to cross the study of current politics with the analysis of long term developments. Indeed, since the 19th century, Central and Eastern Europe has known several movements and political parties that have called themselves or have been labelled as “populist”. In this sense, the long-term approach allows considering the similarities and the differences, according to different contexts and periods, and identifying the reasons and the mechanisms of action of these movements. At last, this historical approach helps to consider the specificity - if there is any specificity - of these movements in Central and Eastern Europe and to evaluate their impact on political cultures of the region.

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  • Paris

    Journée d'étude - Histoire

    Voluntary Associations in the Yugoslav Space

    Relations with State and Family from the Late 19th Century to the Present

    The workshop focusses on the changing relationship between voluntary associations/NGOs, the state and the family. According to traditional sociological views, civil society – and thus associations, as its most frequently evoked incarnation – are conceived as being opposed to both the state and the family, a sort of free space for collective agency escaping from the strictures of both kinship structures and of the state. More recently, scholars of civil society have convincingly shown the problems with drawing a clear-cut border between the state and VAs/NGOs, and tend to see this border as porous, shifting, and subject to negotiation.

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  • Bucarest

    Bourse, prix et emploi - Histoire

    Four Post-doctoral positions on "Luxury, Fashion and Social statuS in Early Modern South-Eastern Europe"

    New Europe College - Institute for Advanced Study

    Following the European Research Council competition for Consolidator Grants (2014), New Europe College became the Host Institution of such a grant. The project title is Luxury, Fashion and Social statuS in Early Modern South-Eastern Europe and its Principal Investigator is Constanţa Vintilă-Ghiţulescu, researcher at New Europe College and at the “Nicolae Iorga” Institute of History in Bucharest. The project aims to trace the role luxury played in the modernisation process in South-Eastern Europe, taking into account the specific features of the region and how South-Eastern European peoples, and their Byzantine and Ottoman heritage are viewed through the stereotype of “Balkanism”. The project’s findings will help towards a better knowledge of changes in European society in its transition to modernity, and of similarities and differences between the various regions of Europe.

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  • Aix-en-Provence

    Appel à contribution - Histoire

    Recherches géoarchéaologiques en Mer Noire et en Mer d’Azov

    Depuis les premières études engagées en 1783 par Gablitz sur la chôra de Chersonèse, la Mer Noire constitue une zone de référence dans les recherches conduites sur l’aménagement des espaces ruraux et littoraux au sein du monde colonial grec. Le relevé systématique des nombreux fossés et murets qui parcourent le littoral occidental de la Crimée, initié dans le cadre du projet grec de Catherine II, a précédé de quelques décennies l’ouverture des premières fouilles en 1832 sur les espaces urbains. Une nouvelle étape, décisive, a été franchie dans les années 1960 par la mise en application d’une archéologie du sol, laquelle a offert un éclairage inédit sur l’organisation interne de plusieurs kleroi proches de Chersonèse, Kerkinitis et Kalos Limen. Au même moment débutaient dans l’Ouest de la mer Noire les premières recherches sur le territoire d’Istros, bientôt enrichies par l’apport de nombreuses études géomorphologiques sur les métamorphoses du delta voisin du Danube. Les bases fertiles d’une enquête géoarchéologique étaient jetées, laquelle n’a cessé depuis de s’enrichir grâce aux travaux menés ces dernières années tout autour de la zone pontique.

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  • Paris

    Appel à contribution - Sociologie

    Co-Ethnics as Unwanted Others

    Intra-Group Tensions After the Fall of Communism: Causes, Consequences, and Contexts

    Much has been written about the intricacies of acceptance and integration of immigrants who are racial, ethnic and/or confessional ‘others’ in relation to host populations. There are many examples of co-ethnics’ interaction which are overtly or latently accompanied by intra-group conflict, tension and misunderstanding, but academic coverage of co-ethnics’ encounters is far less ‘mature’ in terms of conceptualization, and literature devoted to these issues is far less abundant. The pattern of peoples' interaction being studied is usually a result of various kinds of population movement provoked by serious socio-political cataclysms in the 20th and 21st centuries, including the collapse of multi-national states and the intensification of labor migration resulting from post-socialist economic transformation. Our aim is to bring together international scholars who could present results of their latest research on these topics, preferably from a comparative and/or micro-level perspective.

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  • Sofia

    Appel à contribution - Sociologie

    Si proches voisins mais si peu connus : perspectives sociologiques pour les Balkans

    Deuxième conférence annuelle du forum sociologique des Balkans

    The main objective of the Second Annual Conference of BSF is by identifying the common and specific problems in the contemporary development of Balkan countries, to contribute to a better understanding of our own society, and to the development of sociology as a cognitive solution to the contextual problems, a solution based on adequate theoretical and methodological tools.The discussions will be organized around the following thematic centers:• The Contemporary Economic Crisis: Political Solutions, Technological Answers, Individual Strategies;• Mobility and Social Inequalities;• Global Social Order, States, Citizens;• Transformations of Identities and Social Relationships in the Balkans;• National Sociological Traditions and the Sociologist’s Vocation Today.

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  • Colloque - Histoire

    Communautés religieuses et étatisation

    Le passage de l'Empire ottoman aux États modernes

    The conference aims to explore various aspects of the communal organization in the Ottoman Empire for regions such as Asia Minor, Middle East and the Balkans, and to present the changes that occurred within the religious communities during the 19th century and particularly during the period from Tanzimat reforms until the First World War. Key questions in relation to the modernization process of the Ottoman state and the functioning of religious communities, are a) how does the Sublime Porte understand the process of structuring a modern state with respect to religious communities, b) who is responsible for the modern institutions: the state or the religious communities, c) what is the reaction of the religious communities regarding the modernization process d) why and in what way the religious communities are changing on the light of this process.

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  • Thessalonique

    Colloque - Histoire

    Religions et politique dans les Orients d'Europe (XIVe-XXe siècle)

    The goal of this conference is to explore a number of aspects of the relationship between the religious phenomenon and politics through the historical framework of political developments in what progressively will become, through interaction, the Orients of Europe, i.e. Eastern and Southeastern Europe as well as the Eastern Mediterranean, an area so unorthodox and difficult to examine in terms of essentialist definitions. It is no accident that Samuel Huntington believed that what we call the ‘Orthodox East’ does not form a part of the West, but rather a sui generis encounter between Christianity and Islam at the borders of Europe. This theoretical scheme is not overturned by drawing the borders of Europe a little further to the East, as many believe, but by historicizing the issue of the relationship between religion and politics in the given geographical region through the comparative prism of what was occurring during the same period in Western Europe.

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  • Bruxelles

    Colloque - Époque contemporaine

    Le théâtre après 1989 en Europe médiane

    L’année 1989 a marqué un tournant dans l’histoire de l’Europe médiane. Vingt années après la chute du mur de Berlin, le Centre d’études tchèques de l’ULB a choisi de s’interroger sur l’après 1989 et de focaliser sa réflexion sur les arts de la scène. La visée de ce colloque est de désarticuler l’année 1989 pour mettre en exergue les points de convergence et de divergence du théâtre centre européen contemporain toutes générations confondues, et de tenter de cerner les nouveaux traits par lesquels il se définit. Les intervenants sont tant des historiens et des théâtrologues que des artistes de la scène.

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  • Montréal

    Appel à contribution - Europe

    Kosovo : d'un protectorat à l'autre

    Appel à contributions pour un colloque organisé par l'Observatoire sur les Missions de paix de la Chaire Raoul-Dandurand de l'Université du Québec à Montréal.

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  • Corfou

    Colloque - Époque contemporaine

    Société et politique dans le Sud-Est européen au XIXe siècle

    There has always been a negative image attached to South-Eastern European politics and polities and rarely has it been widely acknowledged (Mazower) that the process of state formation in the region was not just a pale and gruesome caricature of Western European models but rather a complicated affair involving juggling with various institutional models (local as well as imported ones), coping with societies of a sometimes inextricable ethnoreligious diversity and varying degrees of political allegiance to central power, dealing with foreign interference and tampering. 19th century visitors of the region contributed a lot to this negative image which still clings to the region (Todorova) and culturalists still like to refer back to the 19th c. as the genealogical matrix of all the region’s evils.

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  • Bordeaux

    Colloque - Ethnologie, anthropologie

    Dynamiques, politiques et expériences du rapport aux « endo-étrangers » en Europe

    Rroms, Manouches, Yéniches, Gitans et gens du voyage

    Vous êtes invités à vous inscrire au colloque international « Dynamiques, politiques et expériences du rapport aux "endo-étrangers" en Europe : Rroms, Manouches, Yéniches, Gitans et gens du voyage » qui se tiendra les 27-28-29 avril 2009 à l'Université Victor Segalen –Bordeaux 2. Site de Carreire - 146, rue Léo Saignat - 33076 Bordeaux.

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  • Paris

    Colloque - Époque moderne

    L’ivresse de la liberté : la révolution de 1908 dans l’Empire ottoman

    1908 est le point fort du rapprochement entre la Turquie et l’Europe. Alors que réformisme et révolution, impérialisme et nationalisme, socialisme et libéralisme inspiraient mouvements et débats contradictoires en Europe, les intellectuels jeunes-turcs, inspirés par ces débats, ont mené une révolution qui a ébranlé tout l’Empire, le Moyen-Orient et même au delà. Pour la première fois, ces pays ont fait l’expérience de la liberté. On évoque même alors une « ivresse de la liberté ». Il s’agira ici de voir dans quelle mesure cette soudaine liberté de parole et d’expression et de déplacement a abouti à créer un « espace public ». Nous rendrons également compte des influences européennes sur les intellectuels Jeunes-Turcs et de l’impact de cette révolution, sur cette partie du monde musulman et ailleurs.

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  • Paris

    Journée d'étude - Sociologie

    La Serbie post-Milosevic : continuités/discontinuités

    Plus de sept ans après l'effondrement du régime de Slobodan Milošević en Serbie, une évaluation de la transition démocratique et des changements en cours dans les sphères économique et sociale apparaît utile alors que le pays piétine dans son processus d'adhésion à l'UE et est confronté à la définition du statut du Kosovo.

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  • Florence

    Appel à contribution - Histoire

    Bourgeois Seas. Revisiting the middle classes of Eastern Mediterranean Port Cities

    Although there has recently been a notable surge of interest in the study of non-European middle classes as well as of Eastern Mediterranean port cities, most historians working on the field of the Eastern Mediterranean rarely treat port cities as sites where classes were formed and contested and where bourgeoisies asserted their class hegemony. This conference aims at bringing these two critical trends together. Following recent historiographical trends proposals are invited on any port city of the Eastern Mediterranean during the long nineteenth century, until about the aftermath of the First World War.

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