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  • Montréal

    Appel à contribution - Ethnologie, anthropologie

    La transnationalisation du religieux par la musique

    La transnationalisation du religieux se traduit par une délocalisation et une relocalisation des croyances, rituels et pratiques religieuses qui se réalise au-delà du cadre national étatique, dans des espaces réels ou symboliques, et le plus souvent au moyen de nouveaux imaginaires et récits identitaires. Si l’analyse de cette transnationalisation religieuse a permis de mettre en lumière divers processus par lesquels le religieux transcende les frontières, il est frappant de constater que la musique est rarement appréhendée pour le rôle qu’elle y joue. Or, ce dernier est essentiel dans la transnationalisation des religions à vocation universelle comme l’islam ou le christianisme. La musique contribue aussi activement à la migration des religions de terroir, des mouvements néo-traditionalistes et des cultes associés à une localité d’origine, tels que le vodou haïtien, la santeria cubaine ou le candomble brésilien. Ces phénomènes musicaux, loin d’être nouveaux, ont d’abord donné le jour à des proto-mondialisations religieuses.

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  • Telč

    Appel à contribution - Représentations

    Circulation as a factor of cultural aggregation: relics, ideas and cities in the Middle Ages

    In addressing the issue of the circulation of objects and ideas in the Middle Ages related - above all - to saints and relics, the principal aim is to provide valuable information about the function of these objects in their new location or the identity of this location after receiving the items.

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  • Vitoria

    Appel à contribution - Ethnologie, anthropologie

    Ier congrès international d'anthropologie au Maroc : discours, rencontres et réseaux

    The conference will host keynote lectures, plenary sessions and different workshops concerning the anthropology of Morocco. 

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  • Pérouse

    Appel à contribution - Ethnologie, anthropologie

    Activism and possibilities of justice: anthropological perspectives

    Workshop of the EASA-Network “Anthropology and Social Movements”

    The unprecedented spread of mass mobilizations throughout the world let many observers no doubts: something “new” and still “without a name” is happening, argue distinguished left-wing scholars like Alain Badiou and Slavoj Žižek. The unexpected “Arab Spring” changed regional and global Middle Eastern politics, considered as “static” and out of the way for activism beyond the Islamist movement; the world spreading “Occupy” movements have set a new agenda highlighting the crisis of neoliberal austerity politics. With this development, themes and visions related to justice and solidarity evolved rapidly, has been re-interpreted by a diverse set of forces and has moved back at the fore front of global visibility. In this workshop, we aim to explore these possibilities of justice. What contributions anthropologists do make to this effervescent scenario? 

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  • Louvain

    Appel à contribution - Sociologie

    Developing a sense of belonging in diverse societies

    Hui-Muslims in China and Muslims in Europe

    The aim of this workshop is to gather scholars who work on Hui-Muslims in China and Muslims in Europe to compare the similitudes and differences of identity practices. Hui are predominantly Chinese speaking Muslims in China’s vast territory. With a population of 10 million, they are also the most numerous recognized ethnic group in China. Muslims in Europe are hardly featured in international media, domestic politics, and scholarly discussions. Multiculturalism, radicalisation, immigration, integration, forced marriage are discussed through the Muslim visibility and presence in Europe. Recent debates on integration and secularism are focused on  the "Muslim question". In contrast to the focus on Muslims in Europe, there is a notable lack of interest in Muslims in China with the exception of the Uyghur community. In this workshop, we want to study the impact of ethnic-religious interactions, state integration positions and policies to grasp the increasing influence of religious-collective-national expression of Muslims in the public sphere. We would like to examine the new patterns of expression and visibility of the Muslims in China and Europe. Tracing Muslim’s interaction with non-Muslims, this workshop investigates how Muslims encounters, accommodates and negotiates into different socio political contexts in China and Europe.

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  • Barcelone

    Appel à contribution - Représentations

    First International Symposium on Primitivism

    The First International Symposium on Primitivism aims to shed new light on a debate that has been given little attention in the field of Humanities, and which focuses on the relationship between Art and the Primitive. The disciplinary foundation of these studies is in History and Art Theory. However, it is also necessarily interdisciplinary, to the extent that we are interested in understanding the aesthetic phenomena that constitute Western art, not only from the perspective of an artistic history, but also – and especially – from its imbrications with aesthetics, culture, society, and politics.

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  • Appel à contribution - Géographie

    Les minorités ethniques ou nationales. Entre renouvellement et permanences

    Revue Belgéo

    Les coordinateurs de ce numéro de Belgéo souhaitent réfléchir sur le thème des « minorités ethniques ou nationales » deux concepts plurivoques entendus ici de façon souple, mais inscrits dans la lignée de P. Poutignat et J. Streiff-Fénart décrivant des groupes qui « n’existent que par la croyance subjective qu’ont leurs membres de former une communauté ». Dialectiquement liée à l’existence d’une majorité, la minorité — population en demande de reconnaissance d’une différence — est « ethnique » éventuellement d’un point de vue racial mais surtout par l’existence de « marqueurs ethniques » (langue, religion, culture, ou autres) qui lui sont spécifiques. La volonté de distinction implique reconnaissance dans la loi comme dans les discours. La façon de nommer les lieux, les individus ; les statuts accordés ou revendiqués ; la visibilité dans l’espace politique et social sont autant d’éléments caractérisant l’altérité.

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  • Berne

    Appel à contribution - Histoire

    The Office as an interior (1880-1960)

    Au cours de la« deuxième révolution industrielle » augmente considérablement l’activité dans le tertiaire et se développent les services administratifs dans le secteur industriel et public. L’employé devient ainsi la figure sociale de la modernité urbaine, qui témoigne aussi du rôle croissant de la femme dans ce secteur professionnel. Le colloque Office as an Interior (1880-1960) aborde l’essor du travail administratif entre 1880 et 1960 à travers l’analyse de l’émergence d´un espace nouveau, le bureau, qui par ses arrangements contribue à la diffusion de nouvelles formes de sociabilité et réalise des nouveaux modes d’organisation du travail. Ce colloque voudrait préciser l’analyse des rapports entre espace physique et espace social, entre matérialité et pratiques, entre stratégies et tactiques, entre structures et individus, tels qui ont été explorés par la récente sociologie de l’espace.

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  • Coimbra

    Appel à contribution - Ethnologie, anthropologie

    Bioanthropological meeting: a multidisciplinary approach

    The I BAM follows a long tradition in the organization of scientific events with an international scope in the field of Biological Anthropology. The former Department of Anthropology and now the Department of Life Sciences in the University of Coimbra has, over the years, stood out not only in research but also in teaching Anthropology. To an organizing committee constituted by very young researchers, with deep connections to this institution, it is an honor to be able to count with all its support. The idea of this encounter arises from the urge to be closely involved in the practical applicability of the knowledge intersection, at the specific level of Biological Anthropology. This meeting aims to present the latest research that has been developed in several areas of this field.

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  • Bucarest

    Appel à contribution - Ethnologie, anthropologie

    The Nomadism of Social Anthropologists

    CFP Midterm Conference of the Europeanist Network of the European Association of Social Anthropologists

    While anthropologists of the past decades have devoted increasing attention both to questions of reflexivity and to people “on the move” such as migrants, relatively little attention has focused on the geographical and cultural movement of social anthropologists themselves, especially since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Even if there is growing interest in non-hegemonic anthropologies by scholars who have often lived in several countries  and recent work on “the ethnographic self as resource” argues that anthropologists’ personal experiences provide potentially insightful ethnographic data that can enrich their scientific analysis, the consequences of past and present anthropologists’ nomadism on their own research – including their training, career and grant opportunities – have not been thoroughly analysed. It is common knowledge that today, in Europe and beyond, being “on the move” has increasingly become a part of many anthropologists’ lives. 

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  • Paris

    Appel à contribution - Ethnologie, anthropologie

    Sida et sciences humaines et sociales

    Social Sciences and Humanities in HIV

    For the second International Conference for the Social Sciences and Humanities in HIV we invite papers that address the theme of "Knowing practices". This dual concept poses questions about the multiple practices that comprise the dynamics of the epidemic and how the practice of knowing itself, is engaged and operationalised. While papers that address the conference’s theme "Knowing practices" are especially relevant, papers contributing to the advance of rigorous social scientific and humanities approaches to HIV and take other perspectives on the social sciences and humanities are also encouraged.

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  • Florianópolis

    Appel à contribution - Sociologie

    In Dreams Begin Responsibilities: The Consequences of Gay Rights Without Social Justice in the Transnational Sphere

    Doing Gender 10 – Current Challenges of Feminisms, Thematic Symposia n°076

    Historically, the Gay Liberation Movement emerged as a collective wish for social transformation regarding sexual practice, sex roles, gender prescriptions and the privitization/commodification of relationships. The movement was situated in a context of other movements for visionary social change regarding race, citizenship, women’s autonomy, children’s rights, national identity, regional self-determination and a revolution in the distribution of wealth. The AIDS crisis propelled a profound transformation of the LGBT community from a political movement to a consumer group. Abrupt changes in media representation, psychological consequences of the mass death experience, and the impact of widespread loss of generations and individuals in traumatic and sudden ways resulted in the grassroots Gay Liberation Movement fading into history, to be replaced by a Gay Rights Movement, controlled from the top down by national organizations with paid staff and LGBT individuals situated within ruling political parties, lobbying from within the cultural frameworks of those constructions. This confluence of Rights and Nation States, lead to what Rutgers Professor Jasbir Puar called “Homonationalism”, the granting of Gay Rights in the service of state interests rooted in supremacy ideology about race, gender, class and ethnicity.

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  • Manchester

    Appel à contribution - Ethnologie, anthropologie

    Non-human and human beings and their entanglements within Muslim milieux

    Panel BH23, 17th World Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES)

    17th World Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES), University of Manchester, UK, 5-10 August 2013, call to contributions for the Panel BH23: Non-human and human beings and their entanglements within Muslim milieux .

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