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  • Tunis

    Call for papers - Geography

    Regionalisation and governance

    La nouvelle structuration politico-administrative de la Tunisie née de la constitution de 2014 implique un nouveau mode d’organisation et de gestion territoriale, ce qui représente un champ de réflexion pour les géographes mais aussi pour plusieurs autres disciplines, sur la gouvernance territoriale. Cette question de gouvernance territoriale est en étroite relation avec les questions de régionalisation des territoires et de leurs développements. L’enjeu est désormais de savoir comment, – dans un contexte de transition démocratique et de mise en place de nouveaux instruments législatifs et institutionnels –, les responsables politiques, les divers acteurs et les chercheurs considèrent la problématique de la gouvernance territoriale. Ce colloque propose de réfléchir sur la nouvelle gouvernance des territoires régionaux et locaux et sur les enjeux qui déterminent aujourd’hui la mise en place de cette gouvernance et les contraintes qui l’entravent.

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  • Nablus

    Call for papers - Modern

    Living, Consuming and Action in Glocal Palestine

    More often than not, Palestine, characterised by conflict, is analysed through the sole lenses of its political or cultural idiosyncrasy. Yet, new ways of living, consuming and acting that are embedded in the global reality, have emerged in the previous years and remained understudied. This global dimension may be understood as an imposed and inescapable reality, yet it is also adopted, integrated, amended and applied to a local dimension, so as to create a purely Palestinian form of it.This event will gather mostly researchers and PhD students in social sciences specialised in Palestine but will also pursue a comparative approach by resorting to other cases in the Middle East, North Africa or Europe. The conference also aims at confronting various approaches at the crossroads between art and science, research and action; it will create the frame for a dialogue between social sciences and the works of artists, architects as well as the new actions and philosophy of citizen and activist societies.

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