• A. Aupiais - “Have You Ever Been Told That God Loves You?” Conjugality, Celibacy, and the Heterosexual Division of Religious Labour in an Istanbul Mixed Pentecostal Church

    Aupiais, A. (2021). “Have You Ever Been Told That God Loves You?” Conjugality, Celibacy, and the Heterosexual Division of Religious Labour in an Istanbul Mixed Pentecostal Church, Social Sciences and Missions, 34(1-2), 92-124. doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/18748945-bja10014

    This article focuses on the division of religious labour according to both gender and marital situation, based on an ethnographic survey in a Pentecostal church with a mixed membership in Istanbul (Turkey). Following the description of religious labour throughout its six areas, this research shows that celibacy is made relatively invisible inside the church, where the emphasis is on conjugality and family, while the latter bonds are de-emphasised in the outside world, where singles are at the forefront. “Love” appears as a multifaceted reality, encompassing not only justifications but the very output of religious labour, inside and outside the faith community.

  • A. Çelik, N. K. Dinç - La Malédiction. Le génocide des Arméniens dans la mémoire des Kurdes de Diyarbekir

    Adnan Çelik & Namık Kemal Dinç, La Malédiction. Le génocide des Arméniens dans la mémoire des Kurdes de Diyarbekir traduit du turc par Ali Terzioğlu et Jocelyne Burkmann et préfacée par Étienne Copeaux, Éditions L'Harmattan, Paris, 2021.

  • Anatolia moderna - Yeni anadolu, Tome 7

    Anatolia Moderna - Yeni Anadolu Tome 7, 1997 https://www.persee.fr/issue/anatm_1297-8094_1997_num_7_1
    La revue d'histoire Anatolia Moderna publiée par l'IFEA entre 1991 et 2004 est désormais disponible en open access dans son intégralité sur le portail
    Les articles sont disponibles pour une lecture en ligne ou un téléchargement au format PDF.
  • Anne Krebs et Franck Mermier - The Louvre Abu Dhabi: A Clash of Cosmopolitanisms

    Anne Krebs et Franck MERMIER, "The Louvre Abu Dhabi: A Clash of Cosmopolitanisms" in Vincenzo Ciccheli, Sylvie Octobre, Viviane Riegel (eds), Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism and Global Culture,Leiden, Brill, 2019, pp. 295-312. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004411487_015

  • F. Mermier - Urban Cosmopolitanisms in the Arab World: Contribution in the Theoretical Debates

    Franck Mermier, "Urban Cosmopolitanisms in the Arab World: Contribution in the Theoretical Debates", in Catherine Lejeune, Delphine Pagès-El Karoui, Camille Schmoll et Hélène Thiollet (dir.), Migration, Urbanity and Cosmopolitanism in a Globalized World, Cham (Suisse), Springer, 2021, pp. 55-65. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-67365-9_5
     
    The notion of cosmopolitanism has been the subject of many definitions and has attracted renewed interest in the context of globalization. Cosmopolitanism, however, in a sociological perspective, has two main meanings. It can refer to the skills of individuals who are able to move between different worlds precisely because of their cosmopolitan cultural capital. It also refers to the ethnic, cultural and religious plurality of cities, some of which may be more cosmopolitan than others. The two seem inseparable since the degree of cosmopolitanism of an urban space is also a function of its capacity to absorb external influences through its inhabitants. This article focuses on the forms of urban cosmopolitanism present in the Arab world and their relationship to the type of urbanity specific to each city. In particular, it discusses how this notion has been used to analyze urban realities in highly differentiated historical and cultural contexts, raising the case of Aden under British occupation. By highlighting the plurality of forms of cosmopolitanism within a cultural area, this study aims to question its definition on the basis of this criterion and to contribute to the comparative study of urban societies in a context of globalization.
     
  • natolia moderna - Yeni anadolu, Tome 2. Derviches et cimetières ottomans

    Anatolia Moderna - Yeni Anadolu Tome 2, 1991 https://www.persee.fr/issue/anatm_1297-8094_1991_num_2_1
    La revue d'histoire Anatolia Moderna publiée par l'IFEA entre 1991 et 2004 est désormais disponible en open access dans son intégralité sur le portail
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  • natolia moderna - Yeni anadolu, Tome 2. Derviches et cimetières ottomans

    Anatolia Moderna - Yeni Anadolu Tome 2, 1991 https://www.persee.fr/issue/anatm_1297-8094_1991_num_2_1
    La revue d'histoire Anatolia Moderna publiée par l'IFEA entre 1991 et 2004 est désormais disponible en open access dans son intégralité sur le portail
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  • Soutenance de thèse de Julien Boucly

    Julien Boucly, bénéficiaire de l'Aide à la mobilité de l'IFEA, ancien responsable de l'Observatoire urbain d'Istanbul, soutiendra le 4 décembre 2019 sa thèse intitulée "La fabrique nationale du patrimoine mondial. Une étude politique de l'action publique patrimoniale en Turquie et à Diyarbakır" effectuée à l'EHESS sous la direction de Nathalie Clayer.