Living Voices/Outloud: Oral History of the Present

Living Voices/Outloud: Oral History of the Present
June 6, 2018 from noon to midnight at La Générale Nord-Est
14 Avenue Parmentier 75011 Paris (M° Voltaire)

MOVEMENT OF MAY 16 / LA VIE MANIFESTE / R22 RADIO TOUT MONDE / ORESTE SCALZONE I COMPLICI / CHORALE 6 BÉMOLS ET 4 DEMIS / RADIO.GRAPHY / THE FUNAMULIST MAGAZINE / SOLIDARITY WOMEN KOBANÊ COLLECTIVE / PLATFORM FOR TRANSNATIONAL TRANSLOCAL DECOLONIAL FEMINISTS AND QUEERS ALLIANCES (WORKING TITLE) / LGBTQI ARCHIVES COLLECTIVE / TRANSGLOBAL CONSORTIUM FOR POLITICAL STUDIES / MEDFIL / HYBRID PULSE / METAGRAPHS EDITIONS / VINCENT + FERIA / NINA ZIVANCEVIC / DELTANIK / ARNAUD ELFORT / MÉTIE NAVAJO / COLLECTIF BLACK (S) TO THE FUTURE & FRIENDS / AVA SKIN

Living Voices/Outloud: Oral History of the Present is a day of workshop and public radio platform around the history of the movements, at the crossroads of the collective and the personal itineraries, the historian practices at the margin, the narrative arts which leave place to subjectivity, these non-historicized plural histories that do not follow the logic of history with a big H.
2018 celebrates 1968, its police trucks lined up on the edge of the anarchical field of utopias, and its free communes in the occupations of the universities.
Why not leave it there, what is reversed in the resonances, and see what comes up speaks the language of the present?


RADIOPHONIC SESSIONS: INTERVENTIONS AND DISCUSSIONS / READINGS / SOUND PERFORMANCES · Live: http://r22.fr

  • Midday
  • Mermaid’s Day · # 5
  • Métie Navajo · Chronicles of the Invisible
  • Oreste Scalzone i Complici · Anticonference 1968/1978/2018
  • Camille Fauroux · Journal of a strike between two movements in Turkey and France
  • Alexandra Dols · Journal of the film “Behind the Frontlines: Resistances and Resilience in Palestine”
  • Leopold Lambert · Architecture as a colonial (and decolonial) weapon in Palestine
  • Maïssoun Zeineddine · Radio.graphic Live
  • Naji El Khatib · Leila Elyaakabi · Valentin Schaepelynck · Institutional Analysis and Socio-Analysis of Groups
  • Arnaud Elfort · Stories of monuments and vandalism
  • Olivier Marboeuf · Vincent + Feria · Archives and decolonial oralities
  • Paola Bacchetta · Re-presences of Gloria Anzaldúa
  • Saïmir Mile · The May 16th Movement
  • Collective · Restitution of thematic workshops
  • Quentin Zimmermann · Norah Benarrosh-Orsoni · Mawena Yehouessi · Beyond the Archive: Performance Politics
  • Judith Kan · Behrang Pourhosseini · AvA sKin
  • Nina Živančević · About Paradise Now
  • Deltanik · Sound postcard
  • Black (s) to the Future & Friends · Representations of an inescapable fact of existence: Dispersion (s), from the original piece of Fallon Mayanja
  • Midnight

THEMATIC WORKSHOPS

Dreaming the Archive · From 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm

Among the research approaches around the archives in movement of feminist and LGBTQI* struggles and studies from here and there, and transnationalities, translocalities, and decolonialities, which are elaborated differently according to the experiences and the contexts, the genealogies, Dreaming the Archive is a workshop in several steps of interventions and propositions: to state what of these movements becomes an archive at the same time material and subjective, to tell a collective history by the fragment, to circulate practices of archiving and documentation, experimenting and dreaming our pasts to come.
The archival and documentation methodologies from the disciplines of the field have already shown how much each imposed category will happily meet an outside, and that there is not a model that can understand what has existed that we connects.
We want to propose to go to other ways of circulating our stories, other forms of creation, transmission, reception of these. Welcome to all.

Institutional Analysis and Socio-Analysis of Groups · From 15:30 to 17:30

Institutional analysis has been claimed by different and sometimes divergent experiences and authors – from La Borde to educational self-organization, from Guattari to Lapassade.
We start from the hypothesis, debatable and arguable, that institutional analysis can be understood as what happens to collectives, groups and institutions, when they enter into analysis, premeditated, taken collectively or on the occasion of an unexpected event.
This exchange with several voices will question in this sense the political significance of some notions, such as analyzer, subject-group, institute and institute, counter-institution, and their relevance for thinking and acting at present.

2018 · From 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm

Free discussion about the 2018 movement: what are the moments, the places, the words and the images, the intensities of which matter to us, the forms of action invented, what has changed or is repeated, in the course of the social movement of these last months ?
How do we relate to the collective forms that it has generated, to the spaces that have developed, to speaking, to manifestation and to action, at the personal level and since the different situations that have more particularly potentiated the oppositional effects to the order of privatization and repression?
An attempt at inventory and subjective analysis based on some of the stories and interventions of the present participants.


CONSULTATION SPACE: SOUND / AUDIOVISUAL / ONLINE ARCHIVES


Buvette & Kitchen by La Générale Nord-Est
Free entrance

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Pedagogy and Politics: New Spaces for Emancipation (Spring 2018)

We will analyze how the spaces of revolt, insurrection, resistance on a global scale reveal the codes of a new subversive and creative subjectivity and micropolitics of emancipation in the making: the Kurdish Movement and the Revolution of Rojava, the Green Movement, Arab Springs and Movement of the Places, Tahrir Square, Gezi Park, Nuit Debout, Syntagma Square, Maidan Square, the Chiapas Movement, the Vinegar Revolt in Brazil, etc.
We will examine these spaces of emancipation in two different steps:
1. Spaces for insurrection and transformations of society,
2. Creativity of alternative pedagogies in these spaces.
The seminar follows a transdisciplinary approach, combining approaches from the sciences of education, sociology, political philosophy and art.
We will problematize how the spaces of revolt, insurrection, resistance, call and generate knowledge of emancipation, and how “alternative, self-managed” educational dispositives are implemented in these spaces, in front of the hegemonic construction of the institutional apparatus / state, such as the University of Rojava, the Solidarity Academies in Turkey, the Zapatista Escualita, etc. It is a question, at first, of questioning the creation of new knowledge of emancipation by the actors of these spaces. In a second step, it is important to understand how these spaces encourage the creativity of “alternative” pedagogies in society.
Alternative pedagogies help broaden the boundaries of counter-knowledge action, sharing between societies, and between teachers and students. We are witnessing throughout the world a flush of action against the monetary, military, patriarchal and authoritarian system. A comparison of the times and spaces of emancipation and their various factors will enable microsociological analyzes of the languages ​​of alternativity.

Pedagogy and Politics: New spaces for emancipation – Seminar given by Engin Sustam, Visiting Lecturer at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis, as part of the program Pause open to all in spring 2018.
Contact: enginsustam (AT) hotmail.fr


The sessions take place during the second semester 2017-2018, Tuesdays from 12:00 to 15:00 at the Amphi A2 (Deleuze Space) at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis – 2, rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint-Denis (M° Saint-Denis University).

Political Studies in the Near and Middle-East Seminar (2017-2018)

Critique of the State in the Near and Middle East: Epistemological and political issues

Western political modernity had at the same time excluded any other notion of politics than that in which political activity was rationalized in the State, in a sharing of so-called statesless peoples, also called without history, and others, any other construction than that based on the model of identity and difference and included as its margins the other possible versions of human life. This exclusion within or subordinate inclusion as one of the foundations from which the colonial and then global order has been able to develop and expand is constantly being repeated in the smallest scales of subjectivity, and the most collective injunctions to identity, as well as the economic logics, the geography of conflicts, etc.
With the critique of the epistemologies of modernity, their decentering, and the return-on-history, could emerge the question of a concrete universalism, and other political meanings that feed a notion of new political agency, that is to say, a praxis that is not devoid of context or point of view. The old and modern models of identities and the political subject, especially from the point of view of ‘People-without-States’ living at the intersection of existing states and borders, show that the entanglement of identities contradicts their naturalization and their various hierarchies according to the logic of the Nation-Nation of the nation-state, on which connects the inexhaustible production of an “Other”, many others, the most numerous others, re-opening to a renewed criticism.

Seminar blog Hypotheses platform: http://seminairepo.hypotheses.org
Contact: contact.seminaire.po (AT) gmail.com


Tuesday 24 October 2017 at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis, Room A444 from 15h00 to 18h00
Amir Kianpour (LLCP-Paris 8): Non-synchronism as a mode of Asian subjectivation


Thursday 2nd November 2017 at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis, Amphi B106 from 15h00 to 18h00
Engin Sustam (Experice-Paris 8): Art and Kurdish subalternity


Friday November 3, 2017 at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis, Amphi B106 from 14h00 to 17h00
Rabab Abdulhadi (San Francisco State University): Justice, Gender, and Sexuality in Palestine
Discussant: Azadeh Kian (CEDREF-Paris 7)


Monday 4th December 2017 at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis, Library Research Room from 14h00 to 17h00
Leopold Lambert (The Funambulist Magazine) / Marina Nebbiolo (Medfil Humanities Institute): Architecture and decoloniality in Palestine


Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis, Room C103 from 14h00 to 17h00: Critique of the State: A state of the critique in the Near and Middle East
Naji El Khatib (Institute of Humanities Medfil): The State in the Near and Middle East: Epistemological and political issues
Nan Kar Azadi Collective: Reflections on the recent uprisings in Iran


Friday, February 2, 2018, Seminar from 13:00 to 15:30 and Workshop from 16:00 to 18:30 at the University of Paris 8 Saint-Denis, Room G-2: Critique of State II: Critique of the Nation-State with regard to the feminist and gender critic
Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun (Paris 7) / Éléni Varikas (Paris 8): Round Table
Collective: Interventions, readings and discussion in solidarity with political prisoners imprisoned in Turkish and Israeli prisons (continued), with Assia Zaino (Paris 8 University)


Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis from 6 pm to 9 pm, Room A217
Seevan Saeed (Kurdish Studies Center of the University of Exeter): The Kurdish Question in Turkey
Session organized in cooperation with the Seminar Consequences (ENS-Paris)


Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at the Université Paris 8 Saint-Denis from 4.30 pm to 7.30 pm, Room A028
Screening of the film “Behind the Fronts, Resistances and Resilience in Palestine” (Hybrid Pulse, 113 ‘, 2017) and meeting with director Alexandra Dols


Wednesday, May 2, 2018, Strike Seminar from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Le Relais Café (34 rue de Belleville 75019 Paris): Political Violence, Epistemological Violence
Current researches and discussion: Camille Fauroux (CRH-EHESS / Lille 3), Leila Elyaakabi (FUIQP), Beatrice Rettig (LLCP-Paris 8), Amir Kianpour (LLCP-Paris 8), Somayeh Rostampour (GTM-Paris 8)

Discussion Notes (2): The State in the Near and Middle East: Epistemological and Political Issues

It is necessary to study the old and modern models of identity formation of the “political subject” in Middle and Near East, and to identify the role of these models in the formulation of collective memory. These identities are often characterized by uncertainty and ambiguity and overlap (Arab, Palestinian, Kurdish, Turkish, Persian, Jewish, Shia, Sunni, etc.).

The modalities of the formation of some of these identities (religious, linguistic, national, regional, etc.) experience interdependent and / or separate evolutions in the historical time-space.
It is necessary to examine the different internal contexts in which these identities evolve, their forms of empowerment, separation, reformulation.

We propose the hypothesis of the interdependence of these identities in diversity-specificity.

Here we privilege a critical approach to the current tendencies of politicization of these identities, which are based on constructed contradictions and differences that separate long inter-mixed identities (the Turkish-Ottoman Hegemonic States and Persian-Safavid Identities-Empires-States have never succeeded in homogenizing peoples under their rule).

On the one hand, it is a question of questioning certain dominant concepts by adopting the point of view of the “Peoples-Without-States” living at the intersection of the existing states, at the crossroads of the borders and the margins of the politically and culturally identifiable centers.

It is then a question of replacing the paradigm “Nation-National” often placed in the center by the paradigms of the plurality of “Peoples”.
This displacement mobilizes the intellectual, artistic, literary exchanges, etc. which operate through the so-called “soft” and inter-penetrable barriers (and modifies the direction of the movements of the translation).

From then on, it becomes possible to rethink a series of concepts such as borders, exile, diaspora, displacement, unity and sovereignty, and to propose alternative categories such as hospitality, solidarity and living together in a post-national political system.

Specific identities, in a political system favoring an open citizen-identity as the major expression of the free-individual, in no way encumber the harmony and civil peace necessary for living together.

We need to examine the motives that create “the Other” according to nationalist ideologies as the “disruptive” of established collective identities.
We argue that these mutual identity “troubles” must be a field of study, both scientifically and in social and political practices.

On the other hand, it is necessary to integrate historical and contemporary points of view, and thus to enlighten the way in which the present is also the product of its past.

Emphasis must be placed on this dual movement of present-past time in the production of models of identities through shifts in space-time: a perpetual movement between different groups, especially across open geographic spaces not subject to state powers in certain cases and / or despite these state restrictions in other cases.

These are critical approaches that will make it possible to overcome the rigidity of the old “state” and “nationalist” academic and political concepts dominated by colonial prejudices, by claims of “racial” supremacy, in order to open the field of ideas for decolonized and desetatical critical reflection.

Notes gathered by Naji El Khatib, June 2017.

Discussion Notes (1): Epistemology and Politics – Researches in the Near and Middle East

The seminar “Epistemology and politics – Researches in the Near and Middle East” confronts approaches to the transformations of the Near and Middle East in their relations with the global, and develops approaches to reflection and transdisciplinary realization from situations, narratives, representations, practices. They are the analyzers of the many forms of life and experimentation of the common, the redistribution of territories and conflicts, the violence of war and historical oppression, and catalysts new thoughts of politics, social and critique of knowledge.
It confronts an expanded corpus in the human and social sciences towards Art & Media and political and decolonial studies in a context of international exchange.

We must reconsider the different dimensions of the conflicts in the Near and Middle East (their local, regional, international dimensions, their intricacies), within the logics imposed by the neoliberal globalization, and the discursive, political, social constructions, etc. in the multiple forms of life and the experiments of the movements that went through the decade.
Democracy and freedom hopes disappointed, revolutions crushed into civil wars, reconfigurations and perpetuations of the same international conflicts, restorations of ultra-conservative neoliberal regimes. The reopening of Iran in this context would thus be a mere prerogative of the markets. Then, the recent coup in Turkey, the final destruction of Aleppo, confirm a reiteration of violence.
In the global, particularly Kurdish and Palestinian situations make paradigm of a necessary continuity of criticism of the colonization and the model of the nation-state, with the various proto-, para- and supra-state forms (military, entrepreneurial, humanitarian, etc.) which both undermine and continue it. Nested in other territorial units, these regions of the Middle East are experiencing an intensification of situations calling into question social, political and economic etc. dominant models.

The ‘new forms of political agency’ and the post-national theoretical productions, the languages ​​of memory beyond violence, the construction of multiple affiliations, the experience of borders, the politics of knowledge and translation are the questions we propose to adress.

The heterotopic condition of knowledge of exile and displacement, in what Said called ‘traveling theories’, as a permanent condition, and the production, translation, transmission, reception of knowledge according to this condition, through multiple borders striating certain regions of the Middle East in their connection with the global (intensified by the war and its high level of economic regime) confronts the need for permanent reconstruction of society. Free and occupied areas, zones of peace and conflict, embargo and free trade, regional and national borders, then enclaves, camps, checkpoints, walls, etc. exhaust any attempt of a single map. The multiplicity of ways of translating, according to a high intensity of translation, produces a changing, discontinuous territory, and a shared heterotopic condition.

The permanent construction of society, between utopias of another society to come, and heterotopy of the conditions of exile and displacement, authoritarian regimes, neocolonial regimes, and conflicts, questions the constructions of history. This makes it necessary to map the stories, situations, experiences, practices included in the temporalities of the singular courses and the collective memory.
This cartography, or rather this critical and constructive genealogy of society, is elaborated by margins, contradictions and forms of resistance. It is therefore partial and subjective in the sense of a non-externality to this cartography or rather to this genealogy. This is both an epistemological and critical choice, for a micro-history, and a micro-sociology, a positionality in knowledge, that is inherent to censorship in history, culture, language, etc. by institutions and states.

We must reconsider everything that translates, between neoliberalism, war economies, and different forms of censorship and repression etc., in terms of religions, cultures and ideologies, where each of these terms and their relations are permanently displaced and resignified within symbolic systems and social systems, and which are not reducible to them.

Moreover, just as the exile, in exile from the inside and the outside or the different forms of current extra-territorialization, with the modularity of rights, and non-rights, this other condition linked to globalization of the construction of multiple affiliations that reconstruct other international scales in the local, the translocal, and which also acts in the production, translation, transmission and reception of knowledge is increasingly contradictory to an asymmetrical geopolitics and a logic of nation-states and their supra-national structures, their border policies.

Different confluences in the movements, the thinkings, the experiments, with the criticism of the economic hegemonies and the state-centisms postulate other social projects, political, economic, etc. This is what we want to talk about when we use the term post-national production: the deconstruction of the state-centrisms in the form of the modern nation-state, but also of all other state-centric monisms such as concept of the uniqueness of the nation, society, culture, market, legal order, history, etc. to the problematics of the plurality of processes in social, political, economic, etc., the complexity of these processes and systems, the multiplicity of sites of their constructions and their challenges. The notion of Eurocentric modern political autonomy is thus deeply questioned, based on the uniqueness of a relationship between a historicity regime and the pre-political and political pre-emption, and hence of post-politics.

Movements in recent decades, especially feminist movements have changed the notion of politics, where the integrity of the body, affects, reflection and sensitivity, personal and collective pathways matters, and points to other meanings, other memories (other physico-psychic and cognitive qualities) and literary, aesthetic, relational qualities, etc.
Spring movements in the Near and Middle East, Maghreb and Makrech, was a social and political laboratory where the dimension of everyday life was both the starting point, and beyond the failures, their plan of continuity.
This integrity is one of the premises of this project’s approach, from which the confrontation with references to past and present history engages new formulations, and new thoughts of politics, social, and criticism. knowledge.

Notes gathered by Béatrice Rettig, February 2017.

Political Studies in the Near and Middle-East Seminar (2016-2017)

Epistemology and Politics – Researches in the Near and Middle East

The starting point of this seminar is in the expressions of traveling theories which, where a conceptual chain was lacking (exiles, wars, and displacements, situations of subalternization in life, law, and the language, separations), is written in a cartography of narratives where statements and utterances can not be disjointed. These narratives are the concrete syntagms resulting from the encounter, the forms of life, their persistence, and the form of their historicity.
On the other hand, the conflicts that cross the Middle East today are not separable from the history of the Sykes-Picot agreements. It is also necessary to approach them from a broader analysis of the conditions of globalization, this other name of colonization, in its political, social, economic, etc. dimensions.
It is from a constant decentering, a decentering from which derives a difference in which the other names of history are inscribed, that the possible new forms of politics could be said.
From there, this seminar focuses on the new forms of political agency and the post-national theoretical productions, the genealogies of violence and the languages ​​of memory, the construction of multiple affiliations, the experience of borders, the politics of knowledge and translation.

Seminar blog on Hypotheses platform: http://seminairepo.hypotheses.org
Contact: contact.seminaire.po (AT) gmail.com


Thursday October 20, 2016 – Thought as translation (Study Day)
12h00-18h00 / Amphi B106 (Building B, 2nd floor) – Paris 8 Saint-Denis University – 2, rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint-Denis (M ° Saint-Denis University)

12h – Conference
Morad Farhadpour (Porsesh Institute): Translation-Thinking

15h – Researches in progress round table
Amir Kianpour (LLCP-Paris 8) and Zahra Pourazizi (EHESS): The Babel Archipelago, A Collective Documentary (Screening and Reading)
Mansur Tayfuri (LLCP-Paris 8): The lost thread of exile or a few border crossings: Reading and commentary of essays & chronicles in several languages
Bahar Majdzadeh (Paris 1): The Iranian common memory of the 80s and the aesthetics of the confrontation with a violent past

17h – Digression
Oreste Scalzone: Leviathan in the language


Thursday, November 17, 2016 – Cartographies of the peoples without states (Seminar)
12h00-18h00 / Room C103 (Building C, 1st floor) at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis – 2, rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint-Denis (M ° Saint-Denis University)

Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun (Paris 7 / Medfil Humanities Institute): The State: From the colonial enterprise to the decolonial vision

(Pause)

Éléonore Merza and Eitan Bronstein Aparicio (Laboratory De-colonizer): Cartographies of Palestine
Naji El Khatib (Institute of Medfil Humanities): The stateless people and the legacy of Sykes-Picot


Thursday, December 8, 2016 – Between narrative and counter-narrative of violence (Doctoral Day LLCP-Paris 8 / Experice-Paris 8)
10h00-17h00 / Room C103 (Building C, 1st floor) at Paris 8 Saint-Denis University – 2, rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint-Denis (M ° Saint-Denis University)

10:00 am – Introduction of the day by Nacira Guénif Souilamas (Experice-Paris 8)
10h30-12h30 – Presentations and discussion by Marina Nebbiolo di Castri (Medfil Humanities Institute) and Nacira Guénif Souilamas (Experice-Paris 8)
Naji El Khatib (Medfil Humanities Institute): The legacy of Sykes-Picot agreements
Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian (Hebrew University of Jerusalem): The Occupation of the Senses, in Occupied East Jerusalem

(Lunch)

14h00-16h00 – Presentations and discussion by Nicole Blondeau (Experice-Paris 8) and Valentin Schaepelynk (Experice-Paris 8)
Assia Zaino (Paris 8 University): Men and Women in the Walls: How Prison shapes the lives of Palestinians
Engin Sustam (University of Geneva): Between state violence and counter-violence in Turkey

(Pause)

16h30 – Conclusions


Thursday 16 February 2017 – Thoughts of the Arab worlds (Seminar)
12h00-16h30 / Room C103 (Building C, 1st floor) at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis – 2, rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint-Denis (M ° Saint-Denis University)

Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun (Paris 7 / Medfil Humanities Institute): Acting Women’s Policy in the Arab and Muslim Worlds
Hamit Bozarslan (Director of Studies at EHESS): Ibn Khaldûn and the issue of violence

Discussants: Engin Sustam (University of Geneva), Béatrice Rettig (LLCP-Paris 8)


Thursday, March 16, 2017 – Exiles, Displaced, Refugees, and Political Prisoners (Study Day)
12h00-18h00 / Room C103 (Building C, 1st floor) at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis – 2, rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint-Denis (M ° Saint-Denis University)

12:00 – Videoconferencing Room A444 (Building A, 4th Floor, Audiovisual Service)
Ziad Medoukh (Al-Aqsa University): Education in Palestine

14h30 – Room C103 (Building C, 1st floor)
Engin Sustam (University of Geneva): The University Movement for Peace in Turkey
Nicole Blondeau (Experice-Paris 8): The reception of refugee students: The university degree / FLE in Paris 8
Yasmina Kebbab (Paris 8 University): A look back at the experience of the Chapelle fight

15:00 – Break

Assia Zaino (University Paris 8): The University of the Prison: Israeli prisons as spaces of training and cultural production of the Palestinians
Naji El Khatib (Medfil Humanities Institute): The Right of Return for Palestinian Refugees
Sarah Caunes (Labtop-Paris 8): Mobilisations and struggles of political prisoners in Turkey

5.30 pm – Conclusions


Wednesday, April 19, 2017 – Partitions / Apartheid / Translations into language and history (Seminar)
12h00-16h30 / Room A028 (RDC Building A) at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis – 2, rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint-Denis (M ° Saint-Denis University)

Rony Férat and Marina Nebbiolo (Institute of Medfil Humanities): Partitions / Apartheid / Translations in language and history – Reflections from Nurith Aviv’s films
Fabio Mengali (University of Trento): Zionist colonization in the mirror of the European class conflict / The external war and the internal war


Thursday, May 4, 2017 – Between and narrative and counter-narrative of violence II (Doctoral day LLCP-Paris 8 / Experice-Paris 8)
10h00-18h00 / Room C103 (Building C, 1st floor) at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis – 2, rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint-Denis (M ° Saint-Denis University)

10: 00-12: 00 – Discussion I: About an ongoing research by Ann Stoler
Ann Stoler (ISCI-New School for Social Research New York): Feelings politics
Discussant, Nacira Guénif Souilamas (Experice-Paris 8)

(Lunch)

13: 00-15: 00 – Discussion II: Palestinian Studies
Ann Stoler (ISCI-New School for Social Research New York): Colonial Genealogies in Palestine
Tal Dor (Experice-Paris 8): Trans / formations of decolonial militances in Palestine-Israel
Discussants, Amir Kianpour (LLCP-Paris 8), Naji El Khatib (Medfil Humanities Institute)

(Pause)

15h30-17h30 – Discussion III: The many lives of the body
Nacira Guénif Souilamas (Experice-Paris 8): Border Corps in hostile environment
Discussant, Beatrice Rettig (LLCP-Paris 8)
Camille Fauroux (CRH-EHESS / Lille 3), Béatrice Rettig (LLCP-Paris 8), Magdalena Brand (Cresppa-CSU): Reading in solidarity with the political prisoners imprisoned in the Turkish and Israeli prisons


Thursday 1st of June 2017 – Counter cartography (Seminar and Workshop)
11h00-17h00 / Salle de la Coupole, University Paris 8 Saint-Denis – 2, rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint-Denis (M ° Saint-Denis University)

11h00-13h00 – Philippe Rekacewicz (Crosslocations-Helsinki University / Visionscarto): Counter-cartographies

(Lunch)

15h00-17h00 – Camille Fauroux (CRH-EHESS / Lille 3), Çıngı Kocadost (University of Lausanne / EHESS), Clotilde Fauroux (Paris X), Magdalena Brand (Cresppa-CSU), Türkan Yıldız (EHESS), Somayeh Rostampour (Labtop -Paris 8): Reading in solidarity with women political prisoners imprisoned in Turkish and Israeli prisons


Thursday, June 29, 2017 – Ideologies, cultures, religions (Seminar)
12h00-15h00 / Room C103 (Building C, 1st floor) at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis – 2, rue de la Liberté 93526 Saint-Denis (M ° Saint-Denis University)

Meeting with the circle of writers of the Sorhawardi Center for the Study of Myths and Religions & Ghazalnoos Editions (Kurdistan of Iraq)

Aram Taha Ahmed, Hoshman Jalal Mohammed, Rewaz Hama Salih: Ideologies, Cultures, Religions
Sahar Yazdani (Paris 8 University): Who is the political subject?

Discussants: Mansur Tayfuri (LLCP-Paris 8), Beatrice Rettig (LLCP-Paris 8), Ami Kianpour (LLCP-Paris 8)