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Qui sont-ils, que subissent-ils, comment font-ils face? Je commande. Partager :. The Middle East and Europe: This conference is an international symposium that proposes to study the entire range of exchanges and relations established between these two areas during the Early Modern Times Its main objective is to think about diplomatic, economic, religious and cultural links between Europe and the Middle East by calling upon over twenty researchers with specializations in the Arab, Persian and Muslim world.

Revealing Ordinary Jerusalem New archives and perspectives on urban citizenship and global entanglements. It aims to serve as a forum for deepening discussions and initiating scientific debates, with contributions from members of the Open Jerusalem team, scholars specializing in related topics, urban historians and specialists of the region.

Call for papers - Europe. The immigration emergency, the Cologne attacks and other reports on the Arab populations in Europe generate commentaries across the continent. There is a need, however, to complexify these dichotomies by looking into how concretely knowledge on the Middle East is produced in different European countries.

Seminar and workshop - Urban studies. The seminar aims at presenting and discussing ongoing research of scholars working on cities in regions with Muslim societies with an emphasis on Urban Studies in a comparative perspective. Genesis, Institutions, Strategies and Receptions". Next to its impact on governments, public diplomacy is seen as a diplomatic practice aiming at directly or indirectly influencing civil societies.

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It encompasses all "seductive" strategies that a State implements towards the public opinions of another state or region. The growing importance of this idea highlights the necessity for the main players of international relations to maintain a multi-level dialogue with foreign civil societies in order to anticipate political and social developments initiated by other players than the State itself. Call for papers - History. This international workshop will deal with the relations between Europe and the Arabian Peninsula in the Modern Era, from the beginnings of globalization until the most recent economic and strategic developments.

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In order to study both the evolution and the contents of such relations, two main topics will be given a more particular interest: Cultural and Scientific Relations in connection with the change of mutual understanding from the 19 th to the 21 th century; Evolution of Economic relations from the 19 th to the 21 th century. Call for papers - Prehistory and Antiquity. From the Caucasus to the Arabian Peninsula: Under neolithisation scholars understand multiple processes of social and economic transformation which begin at different times and follow regional trends in the Near and Middle East.

It is within the complex relational and spatial framework of the household that these shifts in the structure and activities of Neolithic communities are easiest to apprehend and study. The conference will therefore focus on the domestic sphere in order to highlight and understand the polymorphous nature of what we call neolithisation. Various thematic sessions will be held to shed new light on current data: Call for papers - Sociology.

We invite all researchers, students to join this international congress, where research, knowledge, and ideas can be efficiently presented and shared. The Congress provides a platform to present your research ideas.

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We connect academics, researchers and professionals from the Arab World and the rest of the World. For the ancient Near East, there is now a great deal of limited studies on women and gender history, but few syntheses. Furthermore, economic history is well represented in Assyriology, thanks to the good preservation of dozen of thousands of clay tablets recording administrative operations, contracts and acts dealing with family law. Despite these voluminous sources, the topic of work has not been much addressed.

The thirty participants of this conference will examine the various economic occupations involving women, in a gender perspective, over the three millennia of Near Eastern history. What are the exchanges that can be identified during this period both in the region and in a global context?