25
Avr
2024

Cycle de conférences Four Seasons Seminar Series – Becoming and un-becoming Roman

25/04/2024 10:00 am
Cycle de conférences Four Seasons Seminar Series – Becoming and un-becoming Roman

In English

at Hacettepe Üniversitesi, Tuğrul İnal Hall, Campus at Beytepe.

Hybrid at 10.00 am (Istanbul/GTM + 3)

Registration for Zoom: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwvcO6vrTIvE9ybihwfYeqpT56VAre7Ifg2

 

Organised in partnership with Haccettepe University, Bilkent University and Koç University.

Closing Lecture: Arietta Sophia Papakonstantinou, Becoming Roman after Rome: the Umayyads and the other translatio imperii

followed by a round table : Post Roman

Yalçin Bodur Romaness in-between early Islamic states

Felege Yirga-Scott Seeking Egypt, Finding Rome: Identity after Crisis in the Chronicle of John of Nikiu

26
Avr
2024

International conference Queerness and Gender Diversity in/to Migration: Norms, Discourses and Control Mechanisms

26/04/2024 8:30 am -7:00 pm
International conference Queerness and Gender Diversity in/to Migration: Norms, Discourses and Control Mechanisms

En Anglais / In English

En hybride / Hybrid format

Inscription en présentiel / registration face to face: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfmXB1G8Bo2BCfi21X93gZGAdKR8dBN4JgoWG2T2OUrqYWsyQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

Inscription en distanciel / Online registration : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdzjsPwTEGk2av_GIXAmMb5ZgIgzuy7P5uBBldKJUN3fUJtqw/viewform?usp=sf_link

La conférence internationale "Queerness and Gender Diversity in/to Migration : Norms, Discourses, and Control Mechanisms" vise à explorer l'impact de la surveillance sur la construction des sexualités dans les processus migratoires. Organisé par Öykü Aytaçoğlu (Université Paris 8), Tachfine Baida (Sciences Po Bordeaux), et Marien Gouyon (Université Aix-Marseille), cet événement s'inscrit dans le cadre des activités de l'axe "Migrations & Mobilités" (aMiMo) du pôle d'études contemporaines de l'IFEA. La conférence qui aura lieu le 26 avril 2024 à l'IFEA est généreusement soutenue par l'IFEA, le Centre de Recherches Sociologiques et Politiques de Paris (CRESPPA), l'Institut d'études de l'Islam et des sociétés du monde musulman (IISMM), et l'Institut Suédois de recherche à Istanbul (SRII).

 

The international conference "Queerness and Gender Diversity in/to Migration: Norms, Discourses, and Control Mechanisms" seeks to delve into the impact of surveillance on the construction of sexualities throughout migration processes. Organized by Öykü Aytaçoğlu (Université Paris 8), Tachfine Baida (Sciences Po Bordeaux), and Marien Gouyon (Université Aix-Marseille), this event is hosted as part of the activities of the “Migrations & Mobilities axis” (aMiMo) within IFEA's Contemporary Studies Pole. Set to take place on April 26, 2024, the conference will convene at IFEA. It is generously supported by IFEA, the Center for Sociological and Political Research in Paris (CRESPPA), the Institute for the Study of Islam & Societies of the Muslim World (IISMM), and the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul (SRII).

 

 

Sophia Zisakou (Lund University, Sweden): Affective (homo)Normativity in Queer Asylum Law

Muhammet Ali Keskin (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Türkiye): The Other Dimension of Surveillance: The Struggle of LGBTI+ Migrants and Refugees in Removal Centres Across Turkey

Gabriel/le du Plessis (University of Warwick, UK): Waiting For My Future: Queer and Trans Encampment in Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp

Marie Lunau (Roskilde University, Denmark) & Rieke Schröder (Aalborg University, Denmark): Navigating Surveillance in Queer Asylum: Narratives of Resistance in Germany and Denmark

Syed Taha Kaleem (Brandeis University, USA): Subverting Surveillance: Cruising as Resistance and Self-Expression in the Lives of Queer Migrants in Qatar

Zeynep Pınar Erdem & David Onen Ongwech (University of Bremen, Germany): Recognizing the Lived Realities and Political Agency of Forced Migrants with Diverse Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities and Expressions and Sex Characteristics (SOGIESC) in Uganda, Lebanon and Türkiye

John Marnell (University of Witwatersrand, South Africa): “I sucked a lot of dicks to get this place!”. Home-making and care practices among LGBTQ refugees in South Africa

Rabia Aslı Koruyucu (University of Göttingen, Germany): Intimate Re-Materialization of Türkiyeli Trans Subjectivities in Germany 

Nilofar Shidmehr (Simon Fraser University & University of British Columbia, Canada): Expressions of Freedom in Poetic Narratives of Iranian Queer Migrations

Mert Koçak (University of Cologne, Germany): Against Hierarchies of Deservingness: Queering Transnational (Im)Mobilities

Massinissa Garaoun (INALCO & EPHA & Languages and Cultures of Africa, France) & Malek Cheikh (AssiégéEs Magazine, France): Lūbya ma wəlla Tãniya, About the Identity Shifts Induced and/or Forced by the Migrations of Gender Minorities from the South to the West

B Camminga (Institute for Cultural Inquiry (ICI), Germany & African Centre for Migration and Society, Wits University, South Africa) & John Marnell (Wits University, South Africa) &  Nicola Mai (University of Leicester, UK): Reframing Queer and Trans Mobilities from the Global South 

 

 

 

 

 

29
Avr
2024

Séminaire - Les usages contemporains du passé - 5ème séance

29/04/2024 6:30 pm
Séminaire - Les usages contemporains du passé - 5ème séance

Intervention en turc / Sunum dili Türkçedir

En présentiel / Yüz yüze formatta

Organisatrices- Organizasyon : Elif Can (IFEA- Centre Max Weber), Aurélie Stern (Université Galatasaray), Ece Nirun (IFEA- Cetobac), Solène Poyraz (IFEA- Cetobac)

Edhem Eldem, professeur à l'université Bogaziçi / Boğaziçi Üniversitesi öğretim üyesi- "Oryantalizmin Osmanlı ve Türk Siyasetine Maliyeti"

30
Avr
2024

Séminaire - Sociologie politique de la Turquie contemporaine : approches spatiales

30/04/2024 9:30 am
Séminaire - Sociologie politique de la Turquie contemporaine : approches spatiales

Interventions en français

En hybride

Séminaire organisé dans le cadre du séminaire conjoint Cetobac (EHESS) - IFEA "Sociologie politique de la Turquie contemporaine: approches spatiales" organisé par l'OVIPOT du pôle contemporain.

Organisateurs: Yohanan Benhaïm (IFEA), Claire Visier (IFEA), Lucie Drechselova (EHESS), Emmanuel Szurek (EHESS), Élise Massicard (Sciences Po-CERI).

Cette séance reviendra sur les travaux du groupe de recherche sur les élections qui s'est tenu à l'IFEA de 2022 à 2024.

Cette séance aura lieu à l'IFEA et sur zoom en hybride.
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15
Mai
2024

Séminaire "penser la mort" - Politique mémorielle du martyr : « Hafıza 15 Temmuz »

15/05/2024 10:00 am -1:00 pm
Séminaire "penser la mort" - Politique mémorielle du martyr : « Hafıza 15 Temmuz »

En français

Lieu: Musée Mémoire 15 juillet, Kuzguncuk, Nevnihal Sk No 12, Uskudar, Istanbul

 

Visite guidée du musée Mémoire 15 juillet avec Ece Nirun (Doctorante EHESS - CETOBaC) dans le cadre du séminaire « Penser la mort ».

 

 

23
Mai
2024

Conférence internationale: Rocky Landscapes at the intersection of people and rocks

23/05/2024 9:00 am - 25/05/2024 12:30 pm
Conférence internationale: Rocky Landscapes at the intersection of people and rocks

In English

At the Orient-Institut Istanbul : Galip Dede Cad. No. 65. TR - 34421 Beyoğlu

Hybrid format : registration face to facehttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScgS7_0-qVYGd6kZPR62O5GAgF90FrSjPv46nOWApK-Bffg0Q/viewform?usp=sf_link and online link (coming soon)

                         registration Zoom : 23 May : https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJArcO6vrTIrGN376aCE-4Lp3HTIhnAYLVtw

                                                          24 May: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJArceyuqDItHtHCo6QhlVeh4ov2-CHw9VZ1

                                                          25 May: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJElcuGspzgjE9WnEJlCPhdMo1ojGEG-vZLk

All info via this link : https://www.mappalab.eu/rocky-landscapes/

This event is supported by IFEA, Orient-Institut Istanbul, the British Institute at Ankara, MAPPA Lab, University of Pisa, IPLI foundation, French-Italian University, Paul-Valéry University at Montpellier, Tour University and the CITERES Lat Lab.

 

The interactions between humans and the rocky substrate have generated engraved landscapes across the globe, manifesting in diverse forms and spanning various epochs. The past human activity of digging rock outcrops produced different features, among which two macro-categories stand out:

– rock-cut spaces linked to human life and death;

– quarries for extracting materials for different purposes.

Although these two categories serve different functions, there are conceptual and physical links between the structures carved into the bedrock and quarry areas. Similarities can be identified in the techniques employed for rock carving and, consequently, in the networks for the transmission of knowledge and know-how. Quarries and rock-cut structures often coexist within the same rock formation, or overlap with one another, creating a complex landscape in which the interaction between human communities and the bedrock is enhanced.

Over the past decade, an international group of researchers has engaged in discussions regarding the methodological and theoretical complexities of investigating stone quarries and rock-cut sites spanning from Prehistory to the present day. The International ReseArch group on quArries and Rock-cut sites (IRAAR), started as a collaborative effort, originating in France, from two distinct research groups: one working on quarries and construction (Séminaires de recherche Carrières et construction, Laboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Université Paris 06) and the other on rock-cut sites (Annual symposium organized in Saint-Martin-le Vieil, Aude).

This conference marks the second gathering of the IRAAR network. The first meeting, held online in 2021, focused on techniques and methods for analyzing carvings, extraction processes and traces of tools left on the rock surfaces. In this second event, the theme broadens to encompass a more extensive exploration of the landscapes and environments surrounding rock-cut structures and stone quarries. The specific discussion in this field of research begins with questions of an archaeological nature but expands to transdisciplinary encounters with connections and hybridisations with anthropology, sociology, geography, geology and ecology.

 Program available via this link

 

23
Mai
2024

Atelier - Les cinq pièges qui guettent l’ethnographe

23/05/2024 11:00 am
Atelier - Les cinq pièges qui guettent l’ethnographe

En français

En présentiel

Atelier réservé à l’équipe de l’IFEA

Organisé en partenariat avec l'Université Galatasaray et Bilgi University

 


Loïc Wacquant, Berkeley University

Je développe une caractérisation de l’ethnographie comme mode d’investigation incarné et encastré. Je pointe les pièges dans lesquels les ethnographes tombent couramment sous la notion-chapeau d’“ethnographisme”: interactionnisme, inductivisme, présentisme, populisme et dérive herméneutique. Je dessine en contre-jour les linéaments de l’ethnographie structurale et historicisée.

Loïc Wacquant est professeur de sociologie à l'université de Berkeley (Californie) et chercheur associé au Centre européen de sociologie et de science politique de la Sorbonne (CESSP-Paris).

 

 

 

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