Catégorie : Événement

Fifth Heritage & Archaeology Diwan

You are warmly invited to participate in the Fifth Heritage & Archaeology Diwan. Jointly organized by Ifpo and the University of Jordan, the Diwanis a round table event designed to increase awarness of research on archaeology and heritageofJordan. The Diwan is kindly supported by ACOR, CBRL and GPIA Sunday, June 20, 2021,  at  University of Jordan, Schoolof Archaeology and Tourism as well as online Online Access...

Political participation in its “extreme” Middle Eastern context

Despite the preponderance of research on violent extremism and prevention and control policies in general, the key concepts generated by this discipline are problematic because they are often normatively loaded and empirically imprecise. To provide a better understanding of the subject of violent extremism, both scientific and in public policies, we have chosen to engage in dialogue within this webinar, researchers, stakeholders and practitioners whom we...

Nouvelles données sur la route médiévale du hajj. La fouille de Khirbat al-Dusaq en Jordanie, par Elodie Vigouroux

Jeudi 17 juin à 12h30 à l’Auditorium du Louvre, Paris Renseignements Au cours de la période médiévale, le pèlerinage drainait annuellement vers l’Arabie une foule de fidèles provenant de tout le monde islamique apportant avec eux leurs cultures, leurs idées, leurs ressources et leurs marchandises. Les pèlerins convergeaient à La Mecque en empruntant plusieurs chemins parmi lesquels la route dite « syrienne », partant de Damas....

Amman History Series #3 Philadelphia-Amman: The Hellenistic, Roman & Byzantine City, by Pierre-Louis GATIER

June, the 15th  –  4:30-5:30 pm in Amman / 3:30-4:30 pm CET Free access on registration via this link The ancient history of Amman shows great continuity in the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods (late 4th century BC-early 7th century AD). Philadelphia, probably founded as a military colony by the Greek king of Egypt Ptolemy II Philadelphus (284-246 BC), developed into a Greek-type city (polis) with...

Archaeology of the Middle East and North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Ottoman period. First series: Lebanon & Jordan

As part of the webinar series Archaeology of the Middle East and North Africa from Late Antiquity to the Ottoman period, the Ifpo is pleased to announce the first series of meetings that will focus on Lebanon and Jordan and will take place every two weeks during the year 2021 (January-July & September-December). The goal of this series of conferences is to bring together specialists working...

Amman History Series – Rabbot-Ammon in the Iron Age, by Katharina Schmidt

The Institut français du Proche-Orient (Ifpo) and the Institut français de Jordanie (IFJ) are pleased to invite you to a lecture Rabbot-Ammon in the Iron Age by Katharina Schmidt (German Protestant Institute of Archaeology Amman) June 1st, 2021  at 4:30-5:30 pm in Amman / 3:30-4:30 pm CET To attend: at the Institut français de Jordanie (4 Al Sharia College Street – Jabal Webdeh), please register via...

Fieldwork and new technologies applied to archaeology in Lebanon

The research team ArcheoSciences: Human, Animal and Environment Interaction, department of Arts and Archaeology of the Lebanese University, in collaboration with the Ifpo, is organizing a series of 4 thematical webinars concerning: ‘ Fieldwork and new technologies applied to archaeology’. The focus is about research and interdisciplinary approaches conducted in Lebanon and the Near East in general. The aim of this webinar is to connect scholars,...

« Voter, pour quoi faire? » Comprendre les enjeux électoraux au Liban, en Jordanie, en Palestine, en Irak et en Syrie

La lecture qui est faite de la politique dans les pays du Moyen-Orient doit se prémunir de deux risques : déconnecter l’actualité de son contexte historique et imposer une lecture normative des enjeux – élections, démocratie.  L’Institut français du Proche-Orient offre d’y répondre en proposant des analyses contextualisées et ancrées dans les terrains concernés. Son réseau de chercheur.e.s produit un effort continu de recherche en dialogue...

The 10th year of the Syrian Revolution

Ten years ago, in the wake of the Arab Spring, the Syrian Revolution began. Syrian men and women of all ages and all social and religious backgrounds took to the streets of their country’s cities and villages to demonstrate and demand freedom and dignity. The history of the Syrian Revolution began with a collective and courageous political gesture. The voices of those who had been silent...

Révolutions linguistique et sociale au Liban et dans le monde arabe : une seconde Nahda ?

Séminaire/webinaire de l’Institut français du Proche-Orient (DEAMM) – Beyrouth Contact : s.diabduranton@ifporient.org Co-organisé avec : Université libanaise (UL) : École doctorale, Faculté de Pédagogie et Centre des Sciences du langage et de la communication École supérieure des affaires (ESA) Lebanese American University (LAU) Jour : dernier mercredi de chaque mois Heure : 17h-18h30 (heure de Beyrouth) Depuis les révoltes arabes, une dynamique langagière touchant tous les registres de l’arabe...